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Virtua Fighter Dot Com

The side navigation bar has been redesigned, and more will be added to it soon. There's a quick login to Versus City there, or (if already logged in) a quick link to your control panel. I'm planning to add a private message check feature later on.

The VF3tb > Akira page is almost ready and will give you an idea of what to expect for the character page design. Check it out.

As usual, if you have any useful feedback, let me know in the General forum.
It's been a long time coming but VFDC is finally being updated.

Currently, Home and Versus City are the only areas operational. All forthcoming updates will be accompanied by a News post, so watch this space to keep track of progress.

Any comments or suggestions are welcomed in the General forum.
VFDC has switched hosts, and I'm pleased to say that <font color=red>Versus City</font color=red> is back and operational (with a new look to boot!). If things look weird, then you may have to edit your stylesheet preference so that Versus City is selected.

If there are any other problems, please let me know. I can be reached at or you can post in the General forum. Cheers!

Updated 4th July 2001: The hostname is working again, and as such, you can reach <A target="_blank" HREF=>Versus City here</A>. Use and bookmark this url for now until normal site navigation becomes functional.<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1>Edited by Myke on 07/04/01 10:35 PM (server time).</FONT></P>
The Virtua Fighter Archive is ready to be shipped!

Mr. Bungle writes:

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<A target="_blank" HREF=></A> is now the place to go to order your copy of the VFA.

While I honestly wish I could distribute this for free as originally planned, I had to be realistic; I've left the the distribution in the hands of a very helpful person. I believe the prices offered are fair.

By no means are there any sort of exclusive distribution rights - feel free to duplicate and give away the VFA if you're able and willing. I also have noticed that a few of you are from the same general region/country (two from the UK; two from Australia; two from France, several from Canada); if it would be cheaper or more convenient for one in an area to order one copy and then distribute from there, by all means, do so.

Bottom line - do whatever the hell you want with it :)

If you have no way to pay (no CC, etc) or any other concerns regarding cost, mailing, etc, please contact me - I really want everyone that wants one to get a copy.

If you have any other questions, just email me.

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See the previous news post for Rich's contact details.
The Virtua Fighter Archive is ready for initial release.

In case you haven't heard of the VFA, here's a brief rundown of what you can expect over 4 fat CDs:

Total size: 2.05 gb

Text: ~13 mb for ~300 items; conversations/posts, guides, faqs - all the old ones, with many new or previously unreleased guides and info. almost every fact and figure about vf written in the english language is in here.

Images: 590 mb for ~2700 items; cg portraits, merchandise, gold disk portraits, arcade flyers, screenshots, alpha/beta shots, "people" section.

Sound: 365 mb for ~230 items; arcade vf1/2/3 and sega saturn vf1/2/k soundtracks, vf3 on the vocal, vf1 dancing shadows, midis, vf voice samples.

Movies: 1.03 gb for ~370 movies; vf1 play, vf2 moat 1995 clips, vf3 beat tribe clips, the complete vfdc movie archive, and more vf3 vids than you can shake a stick at!

Web: 17 mb of archived web pages.

Misc: roms, winamp skins, fonts, etc...

So you want it?

<font color=red>UPDATE</font color=red>: See Mr. Bungle's thread <A target="_blank" HREF=>VFA Stuff</A> for the latest information on how to obtain a copy.

Got questions?

Post them on the above thread.
Versus City has been upgraded!

This mammoth upgrade sees a lot of new features, especially in the registered user area with enhanced messaging, friends lists, favourite threads and more. Be sure to check it out!
Sega AM2 will release the long awaited NAOMI2 arcade game Virtua Fighter 4 in Japanese arcades on August 8. A PlayStation 2 port of the game is scheduled for an early 2002 release.

Source: <A target="_blank" HREF=>The Magic Box</A>
Finally, Mr. Bungle brings you what is undoubtedly the biggest, bestest and sexiest character FAQ for the VF3 series. His <A target="_blank" HREF=>Kage guide for VF3tb</A> is a must read for anyone interesting in developing their Kage game, but also recommended to all interested in a comprehensive guide packed with a lot of system related information. It has definitely continued the high standard set by the great VF2 character FAQs.

Join in the discussion <A target="_blank" HREF=>here</A> if you have any questions, comments or otherwise.
You better check out <A target="_blank" HREF=>My Huge E3 Impressions</A>. I spent way too much time writing it all out!!

Seriously though, it is a good one to read if you are somewhere on the fence regarding which next-gen console (PS2, X-Box, Gamecube) to purchase. I also give my thoughts on some key games; highlights include Capcom VS SNK 2, Dead or Alive 3, and Yu Suzuki.
Wow, actual VF4 gameplay clips have been released!!

- <A target="_blank" HREF=>Go to this thread to download the two clips.</A>

- <A target="_blank" HREF=>Then check out this thread to discuss what you saw.</A>

- <A target="_blank" HREF=>And if you haven't already done so, check out Neogamer's impressions for VF4 after play testing it in Ikekuburo.</A>
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