Wut U Talkin Bout is a quick look at overlooked titles in gaming history, or a overlooked entry in a franchise.
Kururin Squash!, for the Nintendo Gamecube, is an arcade style maze title similar to that of the Monkey Ball franchise. The original Kururin title was developed by Eighting, who eventually went on to develop Tatsunoko vs. Capcom, and was published by Nintendo in 2001, the Kururin series hasn’t been vastly popular.. But at the same time, most gamers are unknowingly familiar with it as the Kururin ship appears as a trophy in Super Smash Bros. Melee and as an Assist Trophy in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
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Tekkaman Blade was announced earlier today along with the news of the updated North American and European version heading to Japan as well. Apparently some one looked into the code of the Japanese websites and found character names, some just happened to be the new characters Capcom was teasing. Mega Man Zero from the Mega Man series, Frank West the man who has covered wars, Yatterman #2 the female counter part of Yatterman and Joe Asakura from G-Force were listed and then quickly removed by Capcom.
While Famitsu said Hakushon Daimao, the large genie fighter, would appear in the game in Japan, Capcom corrected this saying that he will also be removed from the Japanese roster. This is probably due to Tatsunoko vs. Capcom’s online mode being word wide. Meaning the only way you can play that character is through the original Japanese release.
More details about Tekkaman Blade’s move set after the jump
(Character leak source: Shoryuken)
(Hakushon Daimao details source: Andriasang)
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It has been a long wait for North Americans and Europeans for Tatsunoko vs. Capcom, thankfully Capcom is making it worth our wait with new characters and online play. Siliconera found in the latest issue of Famitsu Magazine Capcom confirmed that Tekkaman Blade will be one of the new characters on the Tatsunoko side. More characters are set to be revealed at this upcoming Tokyo Game Show.
Famitsu’s article also confirms that the game will be rereleased in Japan with the updates that are in the North American and European versions of the game. There was no mention made if Hakushon Daimao, who is missing in North America and Europe due to licensing issues, will appear in the updated Japanese version.
Scans after the jump.
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