Puzzle Fighter is coming back as a free-to-play mobile title, Capcom announced. Developed by Capcom Vancouver, the game will is slated to hit iOS and Android in late 2017.
"Puzzle Fighter features an outstanding roster of legendary characters and stages from popular Capcom franchises. Fan-favorites such as Ryu, Ken or Chun-Li (Street Fighter), X (Mega Man), Morrigan (Darkstalkers), Frank West (Dead Rising), and more come to life with VO and cinematic special moves.
Players pick one main character each with their own strengths and benefits, to face-off in explosive gem-crushing action. In addition, two assist characters can be chosen to further enhance the abilities of the main character. Simple to learn but deep in strategy, this highly addictive puzzle game has players strategically building up gems and destroying them to unleash epic combos that can knock out their opponent. Thrilling real-time versus battles, rewarding single player options and an array of content to unlock await in this ultimate puzzle fight!"
Puzzle Fighter will make its playable debut at PAX this weekend. Head to Capcom Unity for more details!
Did the world suddenly forget how to Chibi in the past few years?ReplyDelete
Wew, normal heads on chibi bodies... They should have used a Japanese illustrator...ReplyDelete
We need a new Pocket FighterReplyDelete
Wow, X looks hideous.ReplyDelete
Thanks, came here to post this. He looks fucking stupid, like his face is too big and then they realized, "Yeah, can't forget the helmet."Delete
Looks cool but that mugshot of X kind of scares me. The faces in general kinda meh. But would consider playingReplyDelete
My team (if it's possible) will be Mega Man X, Mega Man X and Mega Man X.ReplyDelete
Same here. And will probably get this just because X is in it... just like any other game where he's featured.... if anything, at least capcom has been giving X some presence over classic MM which... is something????Delete
Agreed. Freaken can't stand mobile gaming.Delete
That said this is no loss from the looks of it.
Also just saying I'm very disappointed with the 3DS library as a 2D action platformer fan, games like Kirby don't cut it for me, Yoshi's alright but I wasn't really into Gunvolt at all, Mighty Gunvolt was a throwaway promo demo type game and Burst I think runs better on the Switch for no good reason but is I guess in the end the only really good new game on the 3DS for me.
Metroid Samus Returns will most likely be the first really good game up my alley, but even that is a remake and not really a truly new unique game.
We don't need to talk about Vita we all know what state it's in. Don't even get me started on the lack of N3DS utilization, which is also why I hate micro console hardware updates, it forces companies to develop for the inferior version because they are not committed to the newer smaller install base, and the more they ignore that install base the less it grows and gives no incentive for the previous larger install base to trickle in and upgrade.
I've heard goo things about Blaster Master Zero, maybe I should try that 1 game (watch me get it and it releases on all these other platforms right after with upgraded content).
so disgusting looking...ReplyDelete
New Puzzle Fighter game? Yay!ReplyDelete
*sees the art style*
... oh. Oh... Ooohh...
I was working at capcom vancouver during the production of this game. I thought it looked pretty terrible then and it really doesn't look any better now.ReplyDelete
Megaman deserves better than to be animated into this atrocity.
As for the game.. I mean..I don't really expect anything less from capcom vancouver.
These ugly faces make Marvel vs Capcom Infinite look like Marvel vs Capcom 2!!ReplyDelete
What the fuck happened to X's face?
Hell, X would look 100 times better in my style than this crap!!
I know this isn't what we wanted guys but can't we just be happy that X is getting some attention?ReplyDelete
We should not praise the mere existence of something if it is not done well.Delete
Accidentally tried this game out at PAX and man, I just can't stand the touch controls. You basically have to relearn the game. It also doesn't look any better in person...ReplyDelete