Samurai Shodown prepares the arrival of a new character: Iroha. Through a special broadcast of almost two hours carried out from Japan by the magazine Dengeki we can see the official presentation of this fighter:
Iroha is a character who debuted in Samurai Shodown VI and quickly became very popular with the Japanese public. In fact, he had his own mobile video game, available only in that market.
A good example of its popularity is that in a survey carried out by the Japanese magazine itself Dengeki asking their readers which characters they wanted to come to this Samurai Shodown, she came in second.
Iroha is a character full of mysticism, a crane that transforms into a maid. His master, however, is a mystery to his rivals.
Through the video we see its adaptation to the style of this title, its movements and More defining features in extensive detail given the extent of the broadcast. Of course, it's in Japanese, but the playable demo is straightforward enough to know what to expect from it in this fighting title.
Samurai Shodown I received Wan-Fu in December, closing the first season of downloadable content. This is "a fantastic reboot with which SNK sets a new starting point for the series and offers us a Exquisite gameplay, slow, slow, tactical and with many possibilities
SNK already prepairs a new sequel to another of his fighting sagas with The King of Fighters XV, of which we hardly know any details, but which would confirm the good reception of The King of Fighters XIV