Saturday, July 6, 2013

Free Download Tekken 5 Full Version

Tekken 5 (鉄拳5) is the sixth main installment in the popular Tekken series. It also marks the tenth anniversary of the series. The next day, Heihachi's death is declared all over the world and everyone foresees the end of the Mishima Zaibatsu. However, someone else has already taken over the company and business continues as usual. Two months later, the King of Iron Fist Tournament 5 is announced.
Jin is plagued by nightmares triggering the Devil gene and he decides to end it by entering the tournament. Meanwhile, Kazuya, who deduces the Jack-4s were sent by G Corporation and wishes to know, as he believes, why they also targeted him, also enters to find out who in G Corporation sent them and who is in control of the Mishima Zaibatsu.
The secret sponsor of the tournament and owner of the Mishima Zaibatsu is finally revealed to be Jinpachi Mishima, the father of Heihachi, and who was missing for the past fifty years. Jinpachi is the founder of the Mishima Zaibatsu and was a respected martial artist, until Heihachi stole the company from him. Heihachi later imprisoned him underneath the Hon-Maru after Jinpachi attempted a coup d'état. Jinpachi survived due to a Devil entity taking over his mind and granting him immortality, and was finally freed from his prison in the destruction of the Hon-Maru. Jinpachi, consumed by the Devil and in a desperate act of morality, announced the tournament in hopes that someone will kill him and put an end to his potential reign of terror.
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Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Free Download Virtua Fighter 2 For PC

Virtua Fighter 2 (Japanese: バーチャファイター2 Hepburn: Bācha Faitā Tsū?) is a fighting game developed by Sega. It is the sequel to Virtua Fighter and the second game in the Virtua Fighter series. It was created by the Sega's Yu Suzuki-headed AM2 and was released in the arcade in 1994. It was subsequently ported to the Sega Saturn in 1995 and Microsoft Windows in 1997. In 1996, a super deformed version of the game, Virtua Fighter Kids, arrived in arcades, ported to the Sega Saturn in the same year. It was also ported to the Mega Drive/Genesis in 1996, but because the hardware couldn't handle the complex visuals of the arcade version, it was re-made as a 2D fighter. In addition, Virtua Fighter 2 was converted for the PlayStation 2 in 2004 as part of Sega's Ages 2500 series in Japan. The Mega Drive/Genesis port was re-released on the PS2 and PSP in 2006 as part of Sega Genesis Collection, on the Virtual Console for the Wii on March 20, 2007 (Japan) and April 16, 2007 (North America), and for iOS on January 20, 2011.
VF2 was known for breakthrough graphics at the time. It used Sega's Model 2 arcade hardware to run the game at 60 frames per second at a high resolution with no slowdown. The Saturn version was also extremely impressive for its time, especially given the system's 3D programming difficulties. It became a huge hit in Japan and sold relatively well in other markets, notably the UK, where The Prince (Hatim Habashi) was crowned by Sega Europe as the Official UK Virtua Fighter 2 Champion.

Monday, July 1, 2013

Download Vanguard Princess PC Games

Vanguard Princess (ヴァンガードプリンセス Vangaado Purinsesu), also known as Vanguard Princess: Senjin no Himegimi (ヴァンガードプリンセス 先陣の姫君) is a Japanese freeware dōjin 2D fighting game for Windows, developed by a single programmer and illustrator called Tomoaki Sugeno, nicknamed Suge9. The game was released on June 26, 2009 and was created using Fighter Maker 2nd. The latest version of the game is 1.08, released on January 14, 2011.
Vanguard Princess was fully developed by Tomoaki Sugeno (or Suge9), an ex-Capcom sprite designer who worked in games like Resident Evil 3: Nemesis and made character sprites for The King of Fighters EX: Neo Blood. Sugeno uses Fighter Maker 2nd for his work, a popular graphic engine for Windows by ASCII. Sugeno designed and illustrated the game by himself, but the music was taken from "nash music library", a GNU library of songs. Sugeno also resorted to voice actors for recording the voices for all the characters.