Heihachi Mishima has been the bane of evil in the Tekken series for many years. The whole time the battle between him and is son has even devastated others around them, but where did it all begin? Heihachi’s story is a deep one, but in Tekken 7, we may get some light on this dark tale.
It is time to end this family feud once and for all in Tekken 7, which will be running on the Unreal Engine coming soon. It is amazing how long this series has been going on and building up to this point. I thank you for checking out the preview and be sure to check back as more information develops.
The End of the Mishima Saga Trailer in Tekken 7
Heihachi Mishima has been the bane of evil in the Tekken series for many years. The whole time the battle between him and is son has even devastated others around them, but where did it all begin?
If you are like me, you were part of the group trying to bring back the beloved show done by Joss Whedon with many amazing characters and an awesome story. At this point that doesn’t seem like a possibility, especially with the Serenity movie closing up that chapter of the story. However video games may have come to our rescue, but can they do a good job? Enjoy this preview trailer of the upcoming Firefly Online MMO that will have you plot your own destiny, but lets hope no reavers get to you during the process.
“Firefly Online (FFO) is an online strategic roleplaying game set in the universe of Joss Whedon’s cult classic TV show – Firefly.
Players take on the role of a ship captain as they hire a crew and lead missions, while trading with and competing against millions of other players like themselves. Much like the crew of Serenity, the Firefly-class transport ship featured in the original show, players must do whatever it takes to survive in the Verse: find a crew, find a job and keep flying.“
Currently the game is going to be developed for the PC, Mac iOS and Android. At this time not much information is being said and their site seems to be having trouble at http://www.keepflying.com, but please check back as more information develops. Stay frosty!
Firefly Online Preview SDCC If you are like me, you were part of the group trying to bring back the beloved show done by Joss Whedon with many amazing characters and an awesome story.
There are some online games that keeps me playing and some games I usually just toss aside after a couple of days. But there is one game that has kept a hold of me for 2 years so far, and yet it’s also a free-to-play game. And that game would be “Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Online.”
Ghost Recon Online, or GRO for short, is a third person tactical shooter that pits dueling teams, 8 vs 8, of ghost operatives against one another. You start off picking a type of soldier. There are 3 different types of soldiers to choose and, of course, they have their own unique abilities as well. You have Assault, Specialists, and Recon.
*Assault soldiers can boost their speed and power, along with a riot shield (or BLITZ for short) that can be used for destructive charges to clear the way for other members . Rendering them blind and stopping gunfire, you can also carry a microwave transmitter to heat things up.
*Specialists get an AEGIS shield which is essentially an energy bubble that can protect other squad mates from heavy gun fire for a period of time. You can also switch to using the Blackout device to setup an EMP radius to faze your enemies and drain out their power for them to use their abilities for a short time.
*Recon snipers have the ability to cloak invisibility (really it’s more like the cloaking from Predator movies) to flank around enemies for a surprise attack. But luckily enemy snipers can counter that with the second ability, Oracle system, that does a radar ping which highlights enemy silhouettes, whether they are cloaked or not, and which is visible to the whole team.
Now the main core of the game is all about cover-shooting and teamwork focusing on capturing and holding points rather than trying to kill as many players as possible. The focus consists of both teams battling over a linear progression of capture points and the team that holds the most ground at the end claims victory . There is a fairly limited size and small number of linear routes to each objective. Success is dependent on working closely with your team and using your distinct abilities and weapons to your advantage. It is possible with some effective teamwork, and the game is holistically satisfying when you do so. It’s pretty much the main reason I enjoy and consistently play this game for 2 years. Much like chess, each match is always something different. You and your team must constantly and strategically to keep your enemies pin back and choose the right route with the right skills to capture those points to win.
Unfortunately, I believe GRO does not receive as much hype as I think it should even with its a free-to-play game with many features to play around with. But everybody seems to get worrisome over micro-transactions within the game. Some of the gamers believe that Pay-to-Win is an automatically win if you use actual money to buy the top tier weapons; realistically, it’s not. Most of the top tier weapons can be bought with in-game credits (they call it RP points) you can earn from playing matches. It may take awhile to save up the amount of credits to buy a gun, but it’s like that with any free-to-play games around the net, so it shouldn’t be a surprise. With this game, it doesn’t matter who has the biggest gun, it’s all about skills. I’ve seen players with low ranking tier gunners take down the high level tier. As long as you have the right kind of teamwork and communication, you will be an unstoppable force.
Overall, it’s not a bad game. It might need some tweaking on the lobby matchmaking system along with some of occasionl lag issues, but Ubisoft has a great community supporting this game. They are constantly doing maintenance checks and updates. The community leaders setup in the forums are very responsive and informative for when you have any problems. Every so often, you can even play with the developers online. Addtionally, they also like to bring in certain cameos from other Ubisoft titles such as Splinter Cell and Assassin’s Creed into the game. I don’t know any other game that allows such a direct access.
I would say it wouldn’t hurt to try this game. Come on, its free to play. Recently they brought it over to STEAM so you know it has a potential to be another great game. I’m sure the game will get even better over time and it’s worth the free download.
Are you Ghost enough (hands on review on Ghost Recon Online) There are some online games that keeps me playing and some games I usually just toss aside after a couple of days.
Any collectors out there? Don’t be shy, because being in this lovely community it is in our nature to be collectors of either comic books, video games, manga and of course toys. I know a few big collectors that either stick to one genre or dabble into all. Kuma is one of those collectors that dabbles into all things and Play-Asia just sent me an e-mail for pre-ordering on the Figma Racing Miku 2013: EV MIRAI VER. Those of you that are not familiar with this lovely anime character, you might recognize her as a digital idol in rhythm games mostly. This time you can have this lovely character and her motorcycle the RIDE SPRIDE.06. I have to admit it is a lovely figurine, but see for yourself.
There is not much information to be shared from Play-Asia, but the figurine is in pre-order status for $52.99 US coming from Japan and the Bike goes for $65.99. I say this now that both are sold separately and to be fair I believe the price would of been more if they were to be sold together. Either way both look amazing and when my cousin walked into the room he states, “I didn’t know you were into motorcycles?” That’s how great the motorcycle looks that it fooled my cousin into thinking it was actually real. That alone convinced me that I need to have both in my collection.
If you want to pre-order head on over to this link and this link to make your purchase which will be released in October of this year. Thank you for checking out this preview and please come back to see more. Stay frosty!
Toy Preview of Figma Racing Miku and her TT-ZERO 13 Any collectors out there? Don’t be shy, because being in this lovely community it is in our nature to be collectors of either comic books, video games, manga and of course toys.
“Don’t I know you?” Ten Cosplayers to look out for at SDCC this year
Have you ever gone to a convention and look at cosplayers in passing and wonder if you should get a shameless selfie of them? Well fear not, because Goldfish is here to save you the embarassment of having to be like “Don’t I know you from somewhere?” Well… I guess if that’s your pick-up line then maybe not so much… But for these cosplay faces, that’s probably not the best idea. ANYWAYS… Enjoy my…
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Greetings all you kickstarter backers and attendees to this years San Diego Comic Con. I just got word from Spark Plug games that they will be at SDCC teamed up with Alienware to give you a closer look at Mechrunner coming out for PC, Mac, PS4, and PSVita.
Here’s a bit of big news we’ve been holding onto. In case you missed MechRunner at the E3 Expo, you’ll have another chance to play the game THIS WEEK at the San Diego Comic-Con!
We’re partnering with the awesome folks at Alienware to show off what the game can look like on one of their smokin’ fast systems (trust us, you’ll want to see it!). Swing by their booth in the Comic Con Interactive Zone across the street from the convention center to play the game. Better yet, everyone that plays the game has a chance to WIN a full-sized MechRunner poster (!), while supplies last.
We hope to see you there!!
-SPG Dev Team
Congrats again to the Mechrunner team on making their kickstarter happen and be sure to hit up their booth at comic con to try out the game. San Diego Comic Con is starting this Friday until the 27th of July. I hope you have a great time there. Stay frosty!
MechRunner Kickstarter Update SDCC Demo Greetings all you kickstarter backers and attendees to this years San Diego Comic Con. I just got word from Spark Plug games that they will be at SDCC teamed up with Alienware to give you a closer look at Mechrunner coming out for PC, Mac, PS4, and PSVita.