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Samurai Shodown: Sogetsu Kazama and Iroha are the new DLC characters

During EVO Japan 2020, SNK released the trailer for Samurai Shodown's Season Pass 2, revealing two characters: Sogetsu Kazama and Iroha. As you can see from the trailer, the two fighters will go side by side ...

SoulCalibur VI: Haohmaru is shown in a new trailer

SoulCalibur VI expands its roster thanks to a new fight from another famous fighting game: Samurai Shodown's Haohmaru. On the occasion of EVO Japan 2020, Bandai Namco presented a new trailer of the game ...
Samurai Showdown, 6 new characters will join the roster

Samurai Showdown, 6 new characters will join the roster

SNK announced Sunday during the development of the 2019 Evolution Championship Series that it will release a new character every month for its Samurai Showdown, until the end of the year. By making a quick calculation we can deduce that ...

Samurai Shodown is finally available

Samurai Shodown is the twelfth title of the homonymous series beat'em up with SNK dating back to the years' 90, and is available yesterday for: Playstation 4 and Xbox One. This chapter tells the story of events dating back to ...
Samurai Showdown will be released for Ps4 and One in June of the 2019

Samurai Shodown - Confirmed the release date for consoles

Samurai Shodown, fighting game released in 93 for Neo Geo, returns this summer with a reboot coming out on our consoles. The game, for those of you who follow its development, knows it's coming ...
Samurai Showdown will be released for Ps4 and One in June of the 2019

Samurai Showdown will be released in June for Ps4 and One and at the end of the year for ...

The release of Samurai Showdown will differ from platform to platform. For PS4 and One, for example, will be released first (expected in June of this year), the output for Switch instead will see the light of the last quarter of the 2019 ....

Cyberpunk 2077 postponed to December 10

Yet another bad news for CD Projekt Red fans. With a now familiar image with a yellow background and black text posted on your ...

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