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-Evil Ryu is a character with a strong close- and mid-range offense, but weak defense. He can take out opponents, or be taken out in one stroke
-Same health and stun as Akuma (850 health/850 stun)
-His jump is the same as Ryu’s, but his movement and dash are different
-His composition of normals consists of a Ryu base, with some of Akuma’s as well as some all-new normals.
-He has Akuma’s j.HK, st.HP, cr.HP, cr.HK
-New normals: cl.HP, st.MK, cr.MK
-The frame data on the moves are adjusted, so though they have similar motions, they might have different frames
-Same cancels/Super cancels as Ryu
-cr.MK is based on 3rd Strike Ryu’s
-7F start-up, so it doesn’t link with any of his normals, but since it has better reach than Ryu’s, it works well as a low poke
UNIQUE ATTACKS AND TARGET COMBOS
-His unique attacks are Zugai Hasatsu (Akuma’s overhead), Senbukyaku, and Tenmakujinkyaku (Akuma’s dive kick)
-Senbukyaku is the same move from the Alpha series
-It allows Evil Ryu to attack while avoiding low kicks, but can be blocked low and puts him at a frame disadvantage
-Without hitting your opponent, it’s effective at moving Evil Ryu into throw range
-Target combo is cl.MP → cl.HP
-Its damage isn’t particularly high, so you might not find many places to use it, but since it’s a simple motion and you can delay the attack, it’s difficult to punish
-His specials are Hadoken, Shakunetsu Hadoken, Shoryuken, Tatsumaki Senpukyaku, Mid-air Tatsu, Ashura Senku (Teleport), and Ryusokyaku (Dragon Claw Kick)
-Of those, Ryusokyaku is a completely new attack
-In the early creation stage, some were of the opinion of giving Evil Ryu the Jodan Sokuto Geri (aka the Mule Kick from 3rd Strike), but it was decided to give him a new move more befitting of his image
-Used alone, the attack is slow to come out, but you can can cancel into from L, M, and H attacks, it’s a strong but flashy move.
-If you have bar, you can perform top-class hard-hitting combos with the move
-His Super Combo is Shun Goku Satsu (aka Raging Demon)
-Since you will use Evil Ryu’s EX moves often, you might not use his Super much, but when paired together with the Senbukyaku, it’s an incredibly powerful technique
-Ultra Combo I is Metsu Hadoken, Ultra Combo II is Messatsu Goshoryu
-UC1 is fundamentally the same as Ryu’s, but doesn’t do much damage
-However, you can hold the buttons and charge the attack. Fully charged, it does more damage
-Fully charged and at close range, it does even more damage
-It might be difficult to create a situation where you can land it, but try it out
-UC2 is a horizontal Shoryuken, so it might be a bit difficult to use as an anti-air, but you can combo the move from FADCs
-It does high damage, and by itself, with the full cinematic, it does the same damage as Ryu’s Metsu Shoryuken (500 damage)
-The boss version is very different from the playable version
-High difficulty, and can unleash some incredible attacks that will make you doubt your eyes
-If you ever have the chance to fight him, you have the developer’s blessing
Today we have an exclusive look at Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D as we reveal Jill Valentine and Albert Wesker as part of the cast! Check them out in action in this video!
Ninja Theory, Blue Castle Games, Dimps and now Slant 6 – “you’re my wives now” as the wonderful Papa Lazarazu from the League of Gentlemen used to say… The fact that Blue Castle Games has chosen to change their name to match ours just shows how into our relationship they are.
The way that Capcom makes games with our partner studios is much like a perfect marriage… except without a wedding bit, which is a shame as seeing the fat crying bridesmaid and great uncle George performing the whole Las Ketchup dance routine with his tie around his head when a development deal is signed would be amazing.
These Capcom developer relationships are not some drunken one night stand where we hand over the goods and then leave never to be seen again, but a long term partnership. From start to finish there are always two in this relationship, working hard. Perhaps from the outside people look at our marriage and wonder what each party brings to the table, but we don’t choose to get married to anyone lightly, we spend plenty of time getting to know them, finding out the way they do things, their thoughts, ideas and interests, what makes them tick and what makes them angry. At the same time the developer can get a good look at the nuances of working with Capcom and how we like to be involved in every development decision. Basically between the two parties we’re looking to create the most perfect children or games if you are already bored by this long winded metaphor.
Who for example would have thought that a company that made two baseball games would be able to nail, so completely, the nuances of the Dead Rising universe? Or a company better known for platformers to amazingly ‘get’ the fighting mechanics of the best selling fighting game of the past 10 years? Capcom did. We hand picked these development partners to work with us on our games, and after the initial courting period, we knew that working together would create amazing results.
It’s not always perfect, but when both parties work hard at something together you can create something beautiful, if you end up picking the wrong partner, or if both partners don’t dedicate them fully to the partnership it can go wrong and end in messy divorce, and you know who suffers the most? The kids.
We Love Japan – Japan Society Tohoku Earthquake Fundraiser
Relentless Garage, London – Sat, 02 April 2011 at 19:00
The WE LOVE JAPAN charity gig will be taking place at The Relentless Garage, 20-22 Highbury Corner, London, N5 1RD on Saturday 2nd April.
There will be an exciting line-up of new and established acts with a very Japanese edge. Most of the bands originate from Japan originally and are now based in London including iMMa, No Cars and Kuaigora. And there will also be a set from Akira The Don and DJ sets from Japan Underground and the fabulous Mr Iain Lee of Absolute Radio and the 11 O’Clock Show.
In addition to the live performance we will also be running a Karoake Club, Cosplay Portrait booth and hosting a raffle with several high value prize packs on offer. Which sounds like an incredible night out and fr a good cause too! You can buy tickets from HMV Tickets.
Doors open at 7pm. Strictly over 14s, under 16s with an adult/Photo ID required.
Remember UK winner of the MVC3 art competition? Well he’s updated his entry to include the full character roster! (Some of the characers hadn’t been announced that the time of the competition.) Looks awesome!
Today Capcom is proud to announce Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City! It is in development for the PS3, Xbox 360 and Windows PC. In addition the forthcoming Nintendo 3DS title, Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D, will ship with a playable demo of Resident Evil Revelations!
Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City is a collaboration between Capcom and Vancouver based studio Slant 6 Games and is scheduled for release this Winter. Since the launch of the first title 15 years ago the Resident Evil series has enjoyed phenomenal success, selling over 45 million units worldwide to date. This latest offering will take the series in a completely new direction and offer a style of gameplay yet to be seen from the franchise.
Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City delivers a true third person team based shooter experience set within the dark and sinister Resident Evil universe and a reinterpretation of the events depicted in Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3. The setting of the Resident Evil universe not only provides a rich backdrop to the action but delivers a unique and thrilling triple threat battle. Zombies and Bio-Organic Weapons (B.O.Ws) add to the mix as players not only compete against an opposing squad but also tackle this third unpredictable element, creating a brand new style of gameplay and breaking the conventions of traditional team based shooters.
It is September 1998 and the action centres once more on the ill-fated Raccoon City and the horrific consequences of the deadly T-virus outbreak from the Umbrella facility. With a cover up required, Umbrella orders an elite team into Raccoon City to destroy all evidence of the outbreak and eliminate any survivors. Hearing of this plan, the US Government dispatches its own special forces to uncover any evidence that exposes the cause of the viral infection and Umbrella’s actions. Players take on the role of an Umbrella Security Services soldier (U.S.S.), competing alone or in four player co-op in a battle against all the competing forces at play in Raccoon City.
Expect the return of original Resident Evil enemies, iconic landmarks such as the Raccoon City Police Department and fan favourite characters, including Leon S. Kennedy, who as a rookie police officer in Raccoon City is on your hit list to eliminate. Players will experience a retelling of classic moments from past titles Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3 and watch the events unfolding from the menacing perspective of the Umbrella Security Service, giving fans the chance to rewrite the history of the Raccoon City outbreak.
In addition, Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City will deliver a number of competitive online multiplayer modes. Each one of these will provide a unique gaming experience thanks to the three way combat between the Umbrella Security Service, US Special Ops and threat of zombies and B.O.Ws that could only exist in the deadly and twisted Resident Evil Universe!
Purchasers of Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D, scheduled for release in the coming months, will get a taste of the horror to come thanks to the addition of a playable demo of Resident Evil Revelations. Set on board an ocean liner, the demo lets players take control of one of the full game’s characters, Jill Valentine, as she explores the ship’s dark interior, killing any mysterious creatures that emerge from the shadows. A brand new title for the Nintendo 3DS, further details on Resident Evil Revelations will be revealed at this year’s E3.
In the meantime check out the covers of the various magazines that will have amazing previews of Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City in their next issues!
Evil Ryu is unlocked today in Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition! Head over to Capcom Japan for more screens and video of his Ultras – they’re pretty scary.
Raptr, a gaming social networking site, has collated some interesting numbers from its members about Marvel Vs Capcom 3 And here they are:
Resident Evil: Directors Cut is finally available to PSN users across the world today, welcome to the party Europe, Middle East & Australia. Enjoy your sandwiches!
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