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Submitted by EastMeetsWestEnt 858d ago | video

Darkstalkers Resurrection Bishamon and Sasquatch Intro Videos Streamed

The Japanese video game news site 4Gamer has recently posted two character introduction videos for CAPCOM’S upcoming ‘Vampire Resurrection HD’ port, or ‘Darkstalkers Resurrection HD’ for those outside of Japan. The two videos that were posted introduce the two playable characters Bishamon and Sasquatch, along with showcasing some of their different fighting combos that they are able to use. (Darkstalkers Resurrection, PS3, Xbox 360)

Credit url: 4gamer.net
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Fullmetalevolust  +   858d ago
ah, the fighting game of my childhood, it needs a vita version.
admiralvic  +   858d ago
What do you call Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower? The PSP version still works on the Vita and best of all, you can play it today!
Boody-Bandit  +   858d ago
That's not HD. It's jaggy as hell. I thought it would be a rewritten version made for HD like did with SF remix. SIGH. I really want a new Darkstalkers game.

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