Chris gets his Mojo on in Virtua Fighter 5

“Virtua Fighter 5 was a PS3 exclusive. Notice I said “was”. As with every other third-party exclusive, Sony has lost out again. Originally slated as an exclusive for the PS3, Virtua Fighter 5 had arcade fans drooling at the mouth as they were able to buy the game and play it at home rather than spending a fortune in quarters at the arcades. The PS3 version was released earlier this year to great success, but throughout the summer, rumors started to fly around the internet that a 360 version was being made.

Then, to add insult to injury, SEGA announced that the 360 version would have improved AI, better graphics and online play. Yes. That’s right. Online play—the one thing that the PS3 version lacked. SEGA also announced it would use Version C of VF5 for the game, which was the arcade update. It would also feature vibration functions, an improved quest mode and the added Dojo mode.”

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Luke De'ath

Bristol based Luke is a keen gamer who enjoys a good FPS or Stealth title. His Favourite game is Metal Gear Solid. Luke also loves FIFA and is a season ticket holder for Bristol Rovers FC

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