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J-Stars Victory VS coming to PS4 by Aisha Anime

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A BATTLE ROYALE LIKE NO OTHER COMES TO THE WEST WITH BANDAI NAMCO GAMES’ -The Ultimate Fighting Game Featuring Original Manga/ Anime Characters from The Famous Shonen Jump Magazine is coming to the PlayStation®4-
YATTA! J-STARS Victory VS + is coming to Western audiences for the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, and the PlayStation®Vita handheld entertainment system. The game will feature Manga/ Anime characters from over tons of different Shonen Jump franchises including ONE PIECE, NARUTO, BLEACH, DRAGON BALL Z and much more. J-STARS Victory VS + is one of the most awaited and ambitious manga/anime focused fighting-game ever to hit Western videogame fans!
Developed by Japanese videogame studio Spike Chunsoft, J-STARS Victory VS + delivers an incredibly robust roster to stage epic battles through a variety of original manga/ anime worlds. Players can choose to begin their J-STARS Victory VS + adventure from a multitude of game modes including; J-Adventure Story mode where players battle through the different manga/anime worlds to determine who is the strongest character, 2 vs. 2 Team Battle mode that allows up to four players to form teams to battle for bragging rights, and an exclusive Arcade Mode. On top of those amazing modes, PlayStation®4 owners will benefit from enhanced graphics! 
“As the Number 1 and most famous publisher when it comes down to Anime/Manga video-games, it was our duty at BANDAI NAMCO Games to bring J-Stars Victory VS + for Western fans!  Not only we are bringing this epic medley of licenses to Europe, Middle-East and Australasia, but we are also delivering it with a massive added value: a PlayStation®4 version with new content!” Herve Hoerdt, Vice President of IP Strategy at BANDAI NAMCO Games Europe.

J-Stars Victory VS + for PlayStation®4, Playstation®3 and PlayStation® Vita will be available in Europe, Middle-East and Australasia’s stores in Summer 2015! ~AIsha Anime~

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BANDAI NAMCO Games Europe S.A.S announced today that the ‘Fighting Edition’ will battle its way to fighters’ favourite retailers on the 19th December! As the creator of two of the biggest and most famous fighting-game licenses ever made, BANDAI NAMCO Games is proud to give to all players’ in UK a chance to become the strongest of all fighters on TEKKEN 6, TEKKEN TAG TOURNAMENT 2 and SOULCALIBURV! This banging bundle will be available from the 19th December for PlayStation®3!
3 critically acclaimed games for an incredible price: that’s the massive bargain all gaming lovers will enjoy! Technical prowess, prepared mind and solid combos are the requirements to master this bundle:
·         TEKKEN 6: gorgeous graphics and destructive environments, largest character roster ever, a brand new action game mode and a grand online mode!
·         TEKKEN TAG TOURNAMENT 2: multiplayer match, pair play, massive playable roster, new stages benefiting from the environmental FX and tons of offline/online features
·         SOULCALIBUR V: a master assassin in the person of Ezio Auditore available, A new chapter following the story of Patroklos, Multiple & Dynamic fighting styles and an amazing online mode to face off against the competition
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Tekken 7's new character Lucky Chloe: kawaii or annoying? by Aisha Anime

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The latest new character to be announced for the most anticipated fighting game of 2015, Tekken 7, is a breakdancing catgirl called Lucky Chloe. She has been added to the list with: Katerina, Kazumi and Claludio. Find out more about them here.

During the Tekken 20th anniversary celebrations in Japan, Tekken chief Katsuhiro Harada revealed another new character to the roaster called Lucky Chloe. A brand new cute female character for the series wearing cat ears and paws - here she is in action.

Strangely after the announcement of Lucky Chloe, the fan base has been vocal on how much they dislike her character design on Japanese idol. In defense other fans highlight the fact the Tekken series has a tradition of included outlandish characters, many of which are designed to appeal to a Japanese audience and why not include Lucky to that list.

Tekken 7, built on Epic's Unreal Engine 4, is due out in Japanese arcades in February 2015, with no western date released as of yet but expected on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Twitter comments to Harada include

“Did Harada have a seizure or something”
“absolute TRASH.”
“what is this piece of shit supposed to be”
“Hopefully they will do reverse DLC and add an option to REMOVE characters from the game”

Katsuhiro Harada responded by saying "I'm always serious. If you don't need = I don't release them. If you need = I'll release. That's all." Alongside Bandai namco, Harada has wanted to expand the diversity of audience with his characters making it more universal, this also includes new character with attire from the Middle East which has yet to be named or given more info on.

What are people's opinions on Lucky Chloe? Is she a stereotype but aren't then Lillie or Marshal Law? Hopefully things will simmer down and people will not demonise the game on not taking a fancy to a new character. As a long time Tekken fan I am pleased to see more female characters and have seen a rise in young ladies taking interest just becuase of the conceptual art of Lucky Chloe. ~ Aisha Anime ~

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