Tekken 6 Customize System

I've been playing Tekken 6 for a while and I can't really figure out the customizing system. What confuses me is: How it works, buying the stuff, and once you buy it, is it possible to find the same item with the benefits of some stat boost like money increase or health bonus? Can anyone answer these questions please?

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Who's going to Win?

Who's going to win the fight between Assassins or templars?

Templars have a lot of resources. Abstergo, some pieces of Edin probably some guys in the FBI, CIA, etc.

Assassins slowly losing their resources and their only hope is Desmond with his training with Altair and Ezio.

So who's going to win? Assassins or Templars or will they both lose to a solar flare?

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The Megaman Series, Where Should it go from here?

Megaman has been around for a long time since 1987. It has spawn out many games and different series that are connected to each series one way or another. In each series the Main Hero is Megaman or some variation to Megaman. There's:

  1. The Original Megaman of the Original Series
  2. Mega Man X or simply X, Doctor Light's last and greastest creation.
  3. Mega Man Zero or Zero, Doctor Wily's last and greatest creation (Even though Zero's body a copy and Omega is in his original body)
  4. In ZX a bunch of individuals are called Mega Men when the combine with biometal. Although the player controls Vent, Aile, Grey, and Ashe. The Player controls X, ZX, HX, LX, FX, PX, OX, A and a copy of H, L, F, P.
  5. A mega man in the distance future.
  6. A Netnavi called Megaman.EXE
  7. Some alien and a boy combining to become Mega Man.

Different Mega Men.

Two of the series have an absoulte end. The Zero series ending with Dr. Weil and Zero being killed in the explosion of Ragnarok, and the Battle Network series with Lan and Megaman finally defeating Dr. Wily.

The classic series may not have a definite end so let's see what happens.

The other series are kinda left in the air for an ending. The last X game in the main games was X 8, whuch ended Axl being injurned and X and Zero talking about Mavericks. Axl gains some kind of transformation afterwards known as White Axl. It could be for gameplay but it is said to be gain from a fragment from Lumine's attack. So where is going to go? They can make a sequel and prequel to the Zero series. The game being about the Elf Wars or maybe explaining Axl's fate.

ZX Advent ending leaving a big cliffhanger with Master Thomas saying the world must be reset. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=588vwybTb2s as seen in this video. Can there be a new biometal in tribute to Axl or Sigma or something? Model A is really Model Albert, named after the Main Antagonist, Master Albert.

Legends I have no idea.

Star Force's problems were resolved in the 3rd game but its not a definite end so is there going to be a sequel. or a reboot to make it better.

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Where's the series going to go?

Mortal Kombat (2011) was one of the best fighting games I’ve played in a while. It has an amazing story, a good cast of characters, and it seemed to simplify things for the Mortal Kombat series. For those of you who haven’t played the game or for some reason haven’t gotten a clue what the story is in the series, Mortal Kombat is a reboot for the Mortal Kombat Franchise. It’s a retelling of the first three mortal Kombat games, so if there was a fighter you liked that came out in those games, there’s a good chance you see them in this game as a playable character or make a cameo appearance. The only exception is Quan Chi, who made his debut in the 4 game but is playable in this game. The story begins at the end of the Battle of Armageddon, which takes place during Mortal Kombat: Armageddon. The majority of the fighters are deceased and the only ones fighting are: Shao Khan and Raiden. Shao Khan beats the crap out of Raiden and Raiden sends his past self visions of the future and the message “He must win”, right before he is killed by Shao Khan. After Raiden’s death, it shows various events that took place from the previous games until it stops at the time of first Mortal Kombat game. The Raiden from that point in time receives the visions and messages and decides to change the future so the Battle of Armageddon may not take place. During the course of the story mode, you play as 16 different fighters with four or five different fights during each chapter. 1-4 take place during the course of the original Mortal Kombat, 5-11 take place during the second game and 12-16 takes place during the third game. Over the course may events that are suppose to happen do happen, but somethings change too. One big change was a ninja named Smoke was turned into a Cyborg but thanks to Raiden’s medaling, Sub-Zero was turned into a Cyborg. Another was most of the protagonist are killed during a battle against Sindel, Nightwolf having to sacrificing himself to win the fight. During the course of the story Raiden’s medallion cracks indicating if things are changing or not. After travelling to the Neather Realm to make a deal with Quan Chi, he finds it to be a lost cause. Raiden had planned to offer the souls of the fallen fighters from Earth to Quan Chi, but Quan Chi made the deal with Shao Khan. After fighting a few of the deceased Earth Realm fighters, Raiden figures out Shao Khan must win. He leaves to meet up with Shao Khan to surrender but Liu Kang, thinks Raiden has gone mad and fights Raiden. Raiden defeats him by electrocuting him as he charges up an attack to kill Raiden. The end result leaves Liu Kang badly injured. Raiden

then surrenders peacefully to Shao Khan, but Shao Khan decides to kill Raiden. Weird enough the same thing that happens in the beginning of the story happens to this Raiden which causes the Elder Gods to appear since Shao Khan must win through the means or Mortal Kombat. After a long and tough battle, the Elder Gods destroys Shao Khan. Raiden, Sonya, and Johnny Cage take Liu Kang to get healed. After they teleport, Quan Chi appears picking up Shao Khan’s helmet and talks to Shinnok, a fallen elder god. He soon says that soon he will rule both Outworld and Earth Realm.

This leads me to wonder what will happen if they decide to make a sequel to this game. Most of the good guys are killed and are now Quan Chi’s servants, Liu Kang is gravely injured and some of the endings for the fighters show Liu Kang becoming a god and then becoming a tyrant. So this leads me to wonder, if Liu Kang is healed, will he challenge Raiden for the title for god? And what are they going to do with the playable characters? Are they going to be brought back to life or what? What are you guys thought on this? Is Liu Kang destined to become a corrupt god?

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Original, Update, Remake and Collection

Recently I have gotten my hands on Ultimate Marvel vs.Capcom 3, and I have never played or own Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds. Plus I have a few other games that have received updates or remakes. The games are: Final Fantasy IV Advance, Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Megaman Zero 1-3, Metroid Prime 1-3, Megaman Battle Network 5, and Pokémon Silver (Yes I played that).

That being said, I know these games have received an update or a remake or been collected into to some kind of collection like Metroid Prime Trilogy, Megaman Zero Collection, Metal Gear Solid HD Collection, Ninja Gaiden (The Second trilogy), Devil May Cry, Splinter Cell and some of the games above got a remake/update.

So my question is: Is it a good idea to buy a remake of a game or games that have been collected into one game, even though you have some of the other games? & Is it a good idea to buy the original after getting the updated version, like UMvC? Plus is it a good idea to buy the updated version of a game?

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Are they these games worth playing?

I've have been a gamer for as long as I can remember. I was probably at least 6 or 7 when I played my first video game, and it was probably the Mario Bros game on the Nintendo 64. Since then I've been playing games like: Assassin's Creed, Darksiders, MORTAL KOMBAT, Soul Calibur, Call of Duty, Splinter Cell, Castlevania, Super Smash Bros, Mario Bros, Megaman X, Zero, Star Force, Battle Network, Devil May Cry, Bayonetta, and a bunch of others.

I've been hearing a lot of things about Resident Evil, Dead Space, Dark Souls, Mad World, Dragon Age and are they worth playing? Plus if they're are any other good games worth mentioning that be good to know cause I want to play a new franchise and I don't want to buy a crappy game.

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Castlevania Games that need to be made in my Opinion

I've been Castlevania games since Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow came out years ago. I was kinda confused about the story since I played the sequel to Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow (I still haven't played it yet, Damn it!), but one of the characters Julius Belmont claimed to have ultimately defeat Dracula in 1999. 37 years prior to Aria of Sorrow. I honeslty think that they have to make the game that shows Dracula's final battle.

Another Castlevania game that should be made or should hear some news about is the game Alucard suppose to be in. Back in 2009 or 2010 they showed a trailer with Alucard in it. So I want to know whats they story with that game. Is it cancelled or is it being made as I type this blog?

One final game I can think of is making a game based on Bram Stroker's Dracula. It could be interesting to see that book become a game but who knows what will happen.

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Superman in the video game franchise

How come Superman has been in crappy games?

It must be hard to think of a game where it can be good for the man of steel to be in. Most of his powers can make the villain's henchmen look like crap. I know for Batman its easier to make a good game for him like Arkham Asylum and Arkham City cause he's just a guy in a Bat-Suit with a bunch of gadgets & a martial arts expert.

It be nice to see Superman in one video game thats worth playing for once right?

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