Fists on PS5, PS4 by the end of the year from The Rumble Fish 2 cult fighting game

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The full breakdown from the official press release is as follows: “In addition to a widescreen, 16:9 presentation modernizing the game’s gorgeous graphics and animation, players can hone their skills in the all-new Practice Mode before testing their mettle against rivals all around the world in online PvP battles powered by rollback netcode – a feature considered absolutely essential by top fighting game players. The Practice Mode will allow customization of AI and gauges for a better learning experience. Hardcore fans can also look forward to revelling in a smattering of character art, music, behind-the-scenes production materials, and more in the all-new Gallery mode.”

If you’re not a fan of fighting games, it’s likely that you’ve never heard of The Rumble Fish 2. It’s a Japanese fighter with an odd moniker that was first launched in 2005 and quickly gained cult status among arcade fans. The property is finally getting the opportunity on consoles that fans have been clamouring for for years. The Rumble Fish 2 is being transferred to PS5 and PS4 for this winter. It includes a lot of improvements, including the crucial rollback netcode, which should enable fluid online play.


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