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How to unlock all Castlevania Judgment characters, stories, modes

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Carmilla is an unlockable Castlevania Judgment character
How to unlock all 14 playable Castlevania Judgment characters? That question will be answered in this guide that shows you who to unlock to get the full roster in the Wii fighting game and how to do it.

Below we’ve listed the secret characters in alphabetical order. Take the following steps to unlock each one.
1. Aeon — Beat “True” Story mode with him. OR Connect to Castlevania Order of Ecclesia.
2. Carmilla — Beat Story mode with Eric Lecarde.
3. Cornell — Beat Story mode with Carmilla.
4. Death — Beat Story mode with Trevor Belmont. OR Beat “True” Story mode with him.
5. Dracula — Beat “True” Story mode with him. OR Beat Story mode with Simon Belmont, Alucard, Maria Renard, Eric Lecarde, Carmilla, Grant Danasty, Golem, Sypha Belnades, Cornell, Trevor Belmont, Death, and Shanoa.
6. Eric Lecarde: Beat Story mode with Maria Renard.
7. Golem: Beat Story mode with Grant Danasty.
8. Grant Danasty: Beat Story mode with Sypha Belnades.
9. Maria Renard: Beat Story mode with Alucard.
10. Shanoa — Beat Story mode with Trevor Belmont. OR Beat “True” Story mode with her. OR Connect to Castlevania Order of Ecclesia.
11. Sypha Belnades: Beat Story mode with Simon Belmont.
12. Trevor Belmont: Beat Story mode with Simon Belmont, Alucard, Maria Renard, Eric Lecarde, Carmilla, Grant Danasty, Golem, Sypha Belnades, and Cornell.

Unlock “True” Story mode: Complete Story mode with Dracula. As a result “True” Story mode opens. You can recognize “True” Story mode by its different Character Select background, a second Aeon fight, and a final boss fight with the Time Reaper.

Finish the following tasks to unlock these characters in Story Mode.
1. Aeon’s story — Complete Dracula’s story
2. Carmilla’s story — Complete Eric Lecarde’s story
3. Cornell’s story — Complete Carmilla’s story
4. Death’s and Shanoa’s story — Complete Trevor Belmont’s story
5. Dracula’s story — Complete story mode with Simon Belmont, Alucard, Maria Renard, Eric Lecarde, Carmilla, Grant Danasty, Golem, Sypha Belnades, Cornell, Trevor Belmont, Death, and Shanoa
6. Eric Lecarde’s story — Complete Maria Renard’s story.
7. Golem — Complete Grant Danasty’s story.
8. Grant Danasty — Complete Sypha Belnades’ story.
9. Maria Renard — Complete Alucard’s story.
10. Shanoa’s story — Connect to Castlevania Order of Ecclesia for DS.
11. Sypha Belnades’ story — Complete Simon Belmont’s story.
12. Trevor Belmont’s story — Complete story mode with Simon Belmont, Alucard, Maria Renard, Eric Lecarde, Carmilla, Grant Danasty, Golem, Sypha Belnades, and Cornell.

Unlock extra difficulty levels:
* Brutal difficulty level: Complete Story on Hard.
* Hard difficulty level: Complete Story on Normal.

Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix review video

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Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix artwork
The Capcom arcade classic receives a whole new look with Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix for the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade. Capcom maintains the integrity of the popular game by utilizing the original game code while upgrading the graphics with new artwork and high resolution 1080p images — all of the art, from character animation to stage backgrounds, will be completely redrawn by Udon Entertainment, the company responsible for the official US Street Fighter series of comics. Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix includes both online and offline competition for one to two players.

Years of fine-tuning have led to another great Hadoken. Find out in this Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix video review.


To quote the IGN video review: “Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix doesn’t have any frills and its mechanics — while extremely well-tuned — are simple. This is a game very dissimilar to modern fighters because it doesn’t shower you with extra modes, art galleries or unlockables. It’s admirably precise and meant for hardcore players, despite its increased approachability. So HD Remix isn’t for everyone, but the gameplay represented in this download is extraordinarily balanced and deep. I spent hours learning the ways of the retooled Fei Long and just barely scratched the surface of it all. For such a reasonable price of $14.99, HD Remix is a very hard game to pass up.”

Presentation — 7.5
Graphics — 8.0
Sound — 8.5
Gameplay — 9.0
Lasting Appeal — 8.0
Overall — 8.7

Capcom takes Super Street Fighter 2 and gives it a face lift for PS3 and Xbox 360. How does Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo HD Remix hold up in today’s standards? Check out this 1UP Show hands on video for an old-to-new movesets comparison:

Click on the bottom-right corner arrow to view it fullscreen.

All Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe fatalities, brutalities and cheats to unlock secret characters

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The Joker versus Scorpion in Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe screenshot
Do you want to know how to perform all Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe fatalities, brutalities and unlock all characters? You can find out these secrets and more cheats in this guide to the Xbox 360 and PS3 fighting game.

Take the following steps to unlock the two secret characters and get a full roster in Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe.
1. To unlock Darkseid: Finish the DC Universe side of the story mode. Then hold down the RB button (on Xbox 360) / R1 button (on PS3) on the character select screen to play as Darkseid. (He has no Heroic Brutalities.)
2. To unlock Shao Kahn: Finish the Mortal Kombat side of the story mode. Then hold down the RB button (on Xbox 360) / R1 button (on PS3) on the character select screen to play as Shao Kahn. (He has no Fatalities.)

Press the following button combinations to perform their respective finishing moves for each of the 20 characters that have them (first displayed for Xbox 360 and then PS3). Depending on the character’s origin this will be called either a Fatality or Heroic Brutality. Skip to the bottom of this page to see them all in action.

* Baraka’s Fatalities:
1. Stab Slam (close): Press Back, Forward, Down, Forward, X / Press Back, Forward, Down, Forward, Square.
2. Chest Stab (close): Press Forward(2), Down(2), A / Press Forward(2), Down(2), X.

* Batman’s Heroic Brutalities:
1. Bat Swarm (close): Press Down, Back, Forward(2), B / Press Down, Back, Forward(2), Circle.
2. Grappling Hook (sweep): Press Down(3), Up, A / Press Down(3), Up, X.

* Captain Marvel’s Heroic Brutalities:
1. Slam & Stomp: Press Down, Forward, Back, Forward, X / Press Down, Forward, Back, Forward, Square.
2. Ground Slam: Press Down, Back, Down, Forward, Y / Press Down, Back, Down, Forward, Triangle.

* Catwoman’s Heroic Brutalities:
1. Neck Breaker: Press Down, Back, Down, Forward, Y / Press Down, Back, Down, Forward, Triangle.
2. Claw Attack: Press Forward, Back, Forward, Back, B / Press Forward, Back, Forward, Back, Circle.

* Deathstroke’s Heroic Brutalities:
1. Gunshot (close): Press Forward(2), Down, Forward, Y / Press Forward(2), Down, Forward, Triangle.
2. Neck Breaker (close): Press Forward, Down, Back, Forward, A / Press Forward, Down, Back, Forward, X.

* Green Lantern’s Heroic Brutalities:
1. Orb Squeeze: Press Forward, Back, Down, Back, A / Press Forward, Back, Down, Back, X.
2. Hammer Smash: Press Back, Forward, Down(2), B / Press Back, Forward, Down(2), Circle.

* Jax’s Fatalities:
1. Head Smash (close): Press Back, Forward(2), Back, Y / Press Back, Forward(2), Back, Triangle.
2. Machine Gun (close): ? / Press Forward(2), Back(2), X / Press Forward(2), Back(2), A.

* Kano’s Fatalities:
1. Knife Throw (close): Press Back, Down, Back, Forward, X / Press Back, Down, Back, Forward, Square.
2. Flip Stomp (one step away): Press Down(2), Forward, Back, B / Press Down(2), Forward, Back, Circle.

* Kitana’s Fatalities:
1. Fan Throw to The Head (sweep): Press Back(2), Forward, X / Press Back(2), Forward, Square.
2. Kiss of Death (sweep): Press Forward, Down(2), Back, A / Press Forward, Down(2), Back, X.

* Lex Luthor’s Heroic Brutalities:
1. Body Twist (close): Press Down, Forward, Down, Back, Y / Press Down, Forward, Down, Back, Triangle.
2. Missile Attack (one step away): Press Up(3), X / Press Up(3), Square.

* Liu Kang’s Fatalities:
1. Mortal Kombat 1 Arcade Drop (sweep): Press Forward, Back, Down(2), A / Press Forward, Back, Down(2), X.
2. Head Stomp (one step away): Press Down(2), Forward, Down, B / Press Down(2), Forward, Down, Circle.

* Raiden’s Fatalities:
1. Ground Slam (close): Press Down, Forward, Down, Up, Y / Press Down, Forward, Down, Up, Triangle.
2. Electrocution (close): Press Back, Forward(2), Down, B / Press Back, Forward(2), Down, Circle.

* Scorpion’s Fatalities:
1. Toasty! (sweep): Press Down(3), B / Press Down(3), Circle.
2. Lava Pool (close): Press Forward(2), Back, Down, A / Press Forward(2), Back, Down, X.

* Shang Tsung’s Fatalities:
1. Back Breaker (close): Press Back, Down, Forward, A / Press Back, Down, Forward, X.
2. Morph (close): Press Down(2), Forward(2), Y / Press Down(2), Forward(2), Triangle.

* Sonya Blade’s Fatalities:
1. Kiss of Death (sweep): Press Down(2), Back, Forward, X / Press Down(2), Back, Forward, Square.
2. Neck Breaker (one step away): Press Down, Back, Forward(2), B / Press Down, Back, Forward(2), Circle.

* Sub-Zero’s Fatalities:
1. Freeze Kick (close): Press Back(2), Down, Back, B / Press Back(2), Down, Back, Circle.
2. Freeze Slam (close): Press Back, Forward, Down, Forward, Y / Press Back, Forward, Down, Forward, Triangle.

* Superman’s Heroic Brutalities:
1. Ground Pound (close): Press Down(2), Forward(2), X / Press Down(2), Forward(2), Square.
2. Freeze Slam (close): Press Forward(2), Down, Back, B / Press Forward(2), Down, Back, Circle.

* The Flash’s Heroic Brutalities:
1. Flashy Beatdown: Press Back(2), Forward(2), B / Press Back(2), Forward(2), Circle.
2. Whirlwind Slam: Press Down, Forward, Down, Back, Down, Forward, A / Press Down, Forward, Down, Back, Down, Forward, X.

* The Joker’s Heroic Brutalities:
1. Gunshot (close): Press Forward, Back, Forward, X / Press Forward, Back, Forward, Square.
2. Playing Cards (close): Press Back, Down, Back, Forward, Y / Press Back, Down, Back, Forward, Triangle.

* Wonder Woman’s Heroic Brutalities:
1. Lasso Slam: Press Up, Back, Down, Forward, X / Press Up, Back, Down, Forward, Square.
2. Lasso Spin: Press Forward, Back(2), Forward, B / Press Forward, Back(2), Forward, Circle.

Watch all 40 Fatalities and Heroic Brutalities from Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe compliled into one 8-minute-long video.

Note: The Joker’s uncensored fatality is not in the American version of the game.

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Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe review video

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Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe for Xbox 360When a cataclysmic force merges conquerors from two universes, conflict is inevitable. Kombat forces friends to fight, worlds to collide, and unlikely alliances to be forged. In order to save all they know, the heroes and villains of Mortal Kombat must wage war against the combined might of the DC Universe (DCU). How can either side prevail when rage blinds them to the dark threat poised to destroy them all?

For the first time ever Scorpion, Sub Zero and the warriors from Midway’s billion-dollar fighting franchise face off against Batman, Superman and other iconic and powerful DC Super Heroes, featuring signature attacks for both sides and a unique and intertwining storyline, written as a collaboration between the Mortal Kombat creative team and top comic scribes Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray. Choose your side and challenge your opponents with a new fighting system including Freefall Kombat and Klose Kombat along with dynamic multi-tiered environments. Plus, pick your favorite character from MK or DCU and pursue a fighting adventure in the new single player mode with an intertwined storyline and two unique perspectives.

Corrupted boom tubes make strange bedfellows. Watch this Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe video review.


Game features include:
* Kombat forces friends to fight, worlds to collide and unlikely alliances to be forged. Mortal Kombat warriors and DC Universe heroes engage in battle for the first time. In the ultimate Elseworlds story, players can now explore what would happen when Sub-Zero faces off against Batman, and much more
* Each character on the Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe roster features character-specific moves to take down opponents in their own signature style. Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe will also feature distinct finishing moves, tapping into the true Mortal Kombat experience
* For the first time in Mortal Kombat history, players can face off with two all-new fighting mechanics, Freefall Kombat and Klose Kombat. Freefall Kombat allows players to battle in mid-air while falling from one arena into the next. Klose Kombat, a brutal up-close fighting mechanic, gives players the ability to grasp the gritty dark tone through progressive damage that is inflicted on fighters during battle though visible bruises, torn clothing, and more
* Players choose their storyline experience beginning with either the Mortal Kombat or DC Universe. The unique storyline intertwines both the Mortal Kombat and DC Universes and characters into an exclusive dynamic fighting adventure
Players face off in various iconic arenas like Metropolis and Gotham City from the DC Universe side and Hell and Graveyard from the Mortal Kombat side, as well as several never-before-seen combo arenas that blend the two universes together
* The game’s dark, realistic tone is created through the collaborative partnership of top comics writing team Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray (Countdown. Uncle Sam and the Freedom Fighters) along with veteran Mortal Kombat team members
* Players have the ability to choose sides, challenge friends and take the fight online

To quote the IGN video review: “Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe is fun and a solid entry into the franchise, but I doubt many folks will find it entertaining past a rental. Casual players will punch through the storyline before burning out after getting stumped by one or two Kombo Challenges, while Mortal Kombat fans will have trouble accepting the toned down Fatalities and somewhat slower gameplay. In short, this game’s fun, but its legs probably can’t carry it beyond the whole “Wow, Batman’s fighting Superman” first impression.”

Presentation — 7.5
Graphics — 7.5
Sound — 7.5
Gameplay — 7.5
Lasting Appeal — 7.0
Overall — 7.5

How to unlock all Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm characters

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Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm screenshot

Take the following steps to unlock each of the 18 secret characters in Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm.

1. Gaara: Complete “Burning Will Of Fire” in Flashback Mission: Leaf Destruction Arc.
2. Itachi Uchiha: Complete “Fatal Encounter” in Flashback Mission: Tsunade Search Arc.
3. Jiraiya: Complete “A Match With Pervy Sage”.
4. Kabuto Yakushi: Complete “A Whirling Rasengan Explodes” in Flashback Mission: Tsunade Search Arc.
5. Kakashi Hatake: Complete the Genin Training Arc.
6. Kankuro: Complete “The Aburame Clan” in Flashback Mission: Leaf Destruction Arc.
7. Kimimaro: Complete “Battle With The Sound Begins” in Flashback Mission: Sasuke Chase Arc.
8. Kimimaro (Curse Marked Second State): Complete “A Duel That Risks Their Bond” in Flashback Mission: Sasuke Chase Arc.
9. Kisame Hoshigaki: Complete “Toad Sage Shows His Ability” in Flashback Mission: Tsunade Search Arc.
10. Might Guy: Complete “Odd Beast Battles a Scourge” in Flashback Mission: Tsunade Search Arc.
11. Might Guy (Eight Gates): Complete “A Duel That Risks Their Bond” in Flashback Mission: Sasuke Chase Arc.
12. Naruto Uzumaki (Nine-Tailed Fox): Complete “A Duel That Risks Their Bond” in Flashback Mission: Sasuke Chase Arc.
13. Orochimaru: Complete “Sannin Rock Heaven And Earth” in Flashback Mission: Tsunade Search Arc.
14. Rock Lee (Eight Gates): Complete “A Duel That Risks Their Bond” in Flashback Mission: Sasuke Chase Arc.
15. Sasuke Uchiha (Curse Marked Second State): Complete “A Duel That Risks Their Bond” in Flashback Mission: Sasuke Chase Arc.
16. Temari: Complete “The Chunin Exam Sleeper Pick” in Flashback Mission: Leaf Destruction Arc.
17. The Third Hokage: Complete “Unprecedented Mega Battle” in Flashback Mission: Leaf Destruction Arc.
18. Tsunade: Complete “Tsunade Finally Opens Her Eyes” in Flashback Mission: Tsunade Search Arc.

Thanks again to Narutovshaku for sending in the list!

Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm review video (PS3)

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Ultimate Ninja Storm for PS3Evolving the head-to-head fighting action of the Ultimate Ninja series, Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm allows players to battle in full 3D across massive environments. Players will unleash powerful jutsu attacks, perform acrobatic evasive maneuvers and even run up walls and over water as they pursue their opponent for ninja supremacy. Players will be able to customize their character’s fighting style and recruit up to two support characters to put their own stamp on the action.

Allowing players to further immerse themselves in the world of Naruto, Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm introduces all-new free-roaming exploration across the Hidden Leaf Village and the Forest of Death. Players can search every inch of these iconic environments to take on more than 100 unique missions, collect valuable scrolls and interact with additional characters from the Naruto animated series. Injecting additional variety to the game’s head-to head combat, these missions include races, special deliveries and large-scale battles against massive opponents.

The graphics are great but is this ninja nimble? Find out in this Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm video review.


Game features include:
* Each character in the game is capable of unleashing powerful Awakening abilities under certain gameplay conditions, offering new traits and talents to the game’s impressive ninja roster of 25 popular characters from the animated series.
* Taking advantage of an original next-generation graphics engine, Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Stormutilizes fluid animation, incredible visual detail and an advanced facial expression system to create high-definition graphics on the PlayStation 3 system that surpass traditional hand-drawn animation. Replicating the same environments, characters and effects as the hit animated series, this new technology allows gamers to become a part of the world of Naruto like never before.
* Features both head-to-head fighting play and single player, free-roaming worlds of exploration.

To quote the GT video review: “No game has come closer to destroying the line between pencil and pixel than Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm. But after the honeymoon’s over, the romance doesn’t last. The series is struggling for some new ideas, and this game isn’t going to be the one to provide them. Still, if you’re jonesing for some jutsu, you better believe that Storm isn’t a bad game. It’s just not a great one, either.”

Story — 7.5
Design — 7.4
Gameplay — 7.0
Presentation — 9.2
Overall — 7.5

How to unlock all Naruto: Clash of Ninja Revolution 2 characters

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Clash of Ninja Revolution 2

Take the following steps to unlock each of the 16 secret characters in Naruto: Clash of Ninja Revolution 2.

1. Anko: Complete Orochimaru’s first and second missions. OR Fight in 350 battles.
2. Asuma: Complete Ino, Shikamaru, Choji, and Kurenai’s first and second missions. OR Fight in 160 battles.
3. Awakened Hinata: Beat the first and second missions then the last three missions with Jonin rank or higher. OR Fight in 700 battles.
4. Baki: Complete Gaara, Temari, and Kankuro’s first and second missions. OR Fight in 350 battles.
5. Bando: Complete Kabuto’s first and second missions. OR Complete the Story Mode on CPU difficulty Level 2 or higher.
6. Itachi: Complete Sasuke’s first and second missions. OR Fight in 400 battles.
7. Kabuto: Complete Baki’s missions. OR Fight in 500 battles.
8. Kagura: Complete Bando’s first and second missions. OR Fight in 650 battles.
9. Kisame: Complete Itachi, Guy, and Asuma’s first and second missions. OR Fight in 300 battles.
10. Komachi: Complete the Story Mode on CPU difficulty Level 2 or higher. OR Fight in 80 battles.
11. Kurenai: Complete Kiba, Hinata, and Shino’s first and second missions. OR Fight in 120 battles.
12. Orochimaru: Complete both Jiraiya and Tsunade’s first and second missions. OR Fight in 200 battles.
13. Second State Sasuke: Beat the first and second missions then the last three missions with Jonin rank or higher. OR Fight in 800 battles.
14. Towa: Complete the Story Mode on CPU difficulty Level 2 or higher. OR Fight in 80 battles.
15. Ultimate Nine Tailed Naruto: Beat the first and second missions then the last three missions with Jonin rank or higher. OR Fight in 750 battles.
16. Yugao Uzaki: After Completing Baki’s first and second mission. Complete both Komachi and Towa’s first and second missions. OR Fight in 450 battles.

While you’re here anyway, you can also unlock two new modes.
* Kumite Mode: Come in first on Score Attack Mode.
* Survival Mode: Come in first place on Time Attack Mode.

Thanks to Narutovshaku for sending in the list!

Official Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World characters list (PS2)

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Infinite World screenshot
Out of the complete Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World cast of over 40 playable characters (not including transformations), so far 25 characters have been revealed like Goku and Cell. So we thought it was time to list the DBZ characters below that have been confirmed for the PlayStation 2 versus fighting game that will be released in America on November 4th and in Europe on December 5th, 2008.

When you click on each DBZ character’s name below, a window will pop up with a picture or video of him/her.

The list of playable characters in alphabetical order:

1. Android #16
2. Android #17
3. Android #18
4. Android #19
5. Buu
6. Captain Ginyu
7. Cell (Semi-Perfect Form)
8. Dodoria
9. Frieza (First, Second & Third Forms)
10. Gohan (Young)
11. Goku (Normal and Super Saiyan)
12. Janemba
13. Krillin
14. Nappa
15. Piccolo
16. Pikkon
17. Raditz
18. Recoome (rest of the The Ginyu Force to follow)
19. Super 17
20. Tien
21. Trunks (Normal and Super Saiyan)
22. Vegeta (Normal and Super Saiyan)
23. Yajirobe
24. Yamcha
25. Zarbon
It’s unclear if some of the more passive DBZ characters shown in the game’s artwork will be playable in the game or just give tips. These include: Bulma, Chiaotzu, Chi Chi, Dende, Hercule, King Kai, Master Roshi, Mr. Popo, Ox-King and Puar.

What other characters do you think will join the fight?

This list gets updated as more characters are confirmed.

Tatsunoko vs Capcom Wii version on the way. TGS 08 video reveals gameplay

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Tatsunoko vs Capcom Screenshot

Marvel VS Capcom 2 for PS2Tatsunoko vs Capcom is heading to the Wii if you haven’t heard. The reason the Wii was chosen is due to the arcade hardware the game was made on, which is based on the Wii hardware. Thus making for easy port over to the Wii.

Tatsunoko VS Capcom is the newest game in Capcom’s “versus” series that includes the incredibly popular Marvel VS Capcom and Capcom VS SNK arcade staples.

Capcom VS SNK 2 for PS2Sadly the game may not come to the United States due to licensing issues. The game involves characters from many different anime series from a company known as Tatsunoko Productions, which is most well known in the U.S. for the Gatchaman and Speed Racer series. The problem is that, in the U.S., different companies hold the rights to the different characters, thus making it difficult for Capcom to get the licensing issues sorted out. That’s in addition to the characters not being well known in the U.S. and/or some of them never having been released outside of Japan legally.

The Wii version will include at least one new exclusive character and will support both the Classic and GameCube controllers.

Check out a new gameplay video from the game from the Tokyo Game Show 2008 show floor and a previously released trailer.

Gameplay Footage

Japanese Debut Trailer

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Castlevania Judgment new TGS 08 trailer and gameplay videos

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Pre-Order Castlevania Judgment for WiiCastlevania Judgment is playable on the show floor at the 2008 Tokyo Game Show in Japan and that has brought us new gameplay footage of the Wii fighting game in action as well as a new trailer.

The game is scheduled for release in the United States on November 18th and in Europe in the first half of 2009 (with a Japanese release on January 15th, 2009). Keep in mind that this is the Wii fighting game spin-off, NOT the new next-gen Xbox 360/PS3 Castlevania.

Like a lot of things from TGS 08, the video isn’t the best quality given that it was taken off of the screen with a camera, but regardless you still get to see new video of the game in action.

Including the trailer, there is new gameplay footage of Death, Maria and Simon duking it out. Looks pretty fun to me, much in the vein of Super Smash Bros. Brawl or Capcom’s Power Stone series.

Death vs Death Gameplay


TGS 08 Castlevania Judgment Trailer



Maria vs Simon Gameplay


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