One of SEGA's big E3 surprises was the PlayStation 3 version of Virtua Fighter 5. In the latest issue of Japan's Ge-Maga, SEGA-AM2 president Hiroshi Kataoka shared some thoughts on the home conversion of his team's latest arcade fighter. Joining him was SEGA R&D 4 Section Chief Noriyuki Shimoda, producer of the PS3 version.
Does anyone really care about these type of pseudo-3D fighting games anymore ?? I think this concept should move on....
me to...this doesn't look very good anyways
i am interested in this game ! it will be a good game.
Meh, gimme Tekken anyday.
Because DOA 4 on the 360 looks better than this.