This is a petition for Requesting Virtua Fighter 4: Final Tuned to be released first on either/both PS3 or XBOX360 and secondarily PS4/PC/XBOXONE, optimised for the chosen platform, with full functioning online features (room, player and ranked matches, like FS) and including the tutorial and training mode from VF4:EVO.
On sale right now in the PlayStation Store is the Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown "Complete Edition". The Complete Edition includes the full Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown game in addition to all of the Character Customization Packs for the ultimate VF experience. Also on sale is Virtua Fighter 2. The sale ends 12am GMT 9 October 2014.
In a recent interview featured on SRK, DEATH CRUNCH! - Smashing Through the Cage of Fighting Vipers 2, James Moses sets out to uncover all those things that made FV2 such a unique, exciting and, in many ways, pioneering 3D fighting game for its time, including many parallel threads with Virtua Fighter. In the first part of the interview, VFDC's @Zero-chan shares some personal history revealing how "VF2 [being] like a message from God" led her onto a journey culminating in a deep passion for the Vipers franchise during "the mid-90s, when fighting game damage was at ridiculous levels." In the second part, VF legend Heruru provides invaluable insight from a high-level player's perspective and reveals why he thinks "Fighting Vipers 2 has one of the best game systems for a 3D fighter."
There's some excellent work in progress by @Strider786 in collating a VF5FS Defensive Technique Compendium, with contributions from many users. I put together a video guide in response to a request to explain the technique of Side Fuzzy Guarding first described in Arcadia Issue #147. In addition to just showing you how to perform the technique, I also demonstrate what happens when you're side turned and you decide to either Guard, Evade, Crouch or Attack against the Opponent's Punch, Mid attack or Throw. As you'll see, none of these basic defensive techniques above will protect you against all three options. But that's where the Side Fuzzy Guard comes in!