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The Final Showdown is on, but is it enough to keep the fight going for years to come, or is this the final nail in this franchises coffin?After pleas, petitions and riots, Sega has finally given the fans what they wanted. Virtua Fighter: Final Showdown is finally state side. Sadly however, the only thing worst than not getting what you want, is actually getting it.Technically this game is a update of Virtua fighter 5, but in reality its a downgrade. Gone is quest mode, gone is a challenging A.I....
Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown is a miracle in digital form. It's a game that never would've seen a North American release if it wasn't for the pleas of hardcore fans within the fighting game community: the group that Virtua Fighter strictly caters to. With its barebones package, VF5FS isn't likely to attract gamers who place large importance on single-player modes. A series like VF can only be appreciated by plumbing its depths, moreso than any other fighting games in existence.If you happen ...
Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown released in 2012 and developed by Sega is a download only final update to the Virtua Fighter 5 line of games. Previously there have been a few releases in the series, but Final Showdown is the definitive version of the fighter.Final Showdown features all 18 of the characters fro Virtua Fighter 5 plus a brand spanking new character for this release only. If i had spent more time playing previous releases of VF5 i would name some of the characters, but I don't know ...
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