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The Hit Confirm, with Casey and Coach, Episode 20 features VFDC's @Tricky to discuss the Virtua Fighter community as well as the renewed energy and interest in the game.
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Announced at TGS2020 as part of SEGA's 60th Anniversary is a new project titled "Virtua Fighter x esports". Little is known at this stage, but details on the project will be revealed in a future update. What do you think it could be?
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At last there is a somewhat easy to use client that allows us to play Virtua Fighter 3 TB (Dreamcast version) online with Spectating! This guide will help you get set up with BEAR and Radmin in order to connect to our private network virtuanet and challenge each other.
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The 2nd Ankoku Bujutsu-kai (Darkness Martial Arts Tournament) will see its final 8-man tournament held Sunday 23 August 2020. As a result of major offline events being cancelled due to the pandemic, this online-only event in being organised and hosted by Tetsuko and Homestay Akira. Read further for videos and brackets of the preliminary and qualification rounds held this past weekend, as well as information on how to catch the final tournament live streams in both Japanese and English.
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On this day in 2010, SEGA released Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown for Japanese arcades, followed by a international console release two years later for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. To celebrate this occasion, I compiled a blog on Destructoid looking back at the journey with VF5FS and how it still holds to this day compared to other modern-day fighting games. Happy 10th Anniversary, VF5FS!
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I've been working on this little "AWSVF" project over the past few days, taking the lead from the Marvel community. I've finally have been able to test it both on the West Coast and on the East Coast (well, Ohio) and it works pretty well. I put together a little FAQ to get you up to speed!
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SEGA have just announced a new mini game console, the Astro City Mini! The Astro City was a popular arcade cabinet model back in the early 90s, which was commonly found throughout arcades in Japan, and most of Asia. The Astro City was in a long line of "City" branded arcade cabinets by SEGA, so it's only fitting that the first "mini" homage also includes another first -- the original Virtua Fighter! Read on for more details on the Astro City Mini and a list of games so far!
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Sega will be doing a 24 hour charity live stream from tomorrow until Saturday. From Saturday 5am GMT / 9pm PT / midnight ET they will be playing Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown on Xbox on stream for a few hours!
A lobby will be open online online so please jump in!

They will be live on www.twitch.tv/sega so tune in and show your love for Virtua Fighter!
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The US PSN store is having a sale right now for Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown and the Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown Complete Edition on the PS3 where you can save 40% off the retail price, and an additional 10% if you're a PS+ member! This could make a great holiday gift!
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During the Tekken World Tournament 2018 finals stream, Tekken director and producer Katushiro Harada made an interesting comment to the effect that, even if SEGA gave them the VF license and dev team, the hardcore VF community would still reject the game just by seeing the Bandai Namco on the startup screen. So, do you agree?
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