6 posts tagged card sagas wars
Card Sagas Wars: Castlevania’s Soma vs Crono and the whole Chrono Trigger crew at times — the team attack at the 1:23 mark is pretty wild!
For those of you wondering when Ahruon and Orkimedes will get around to finally releasing a playable version of this fanmade, M.U.G.E.N.-powered PC project, the Spanish developers explain, “We do what we can when we want and without hurry, so we can only advise you to try to enjoy our development a bit more, even it it’s slow.”
So, yeah, you’ll just have to just settle for these clips we post every few months for now. If you want, you can hold a controller while the video runs and pretend you’re playing — you’ll be amazed by all the moves you can pull off!
Link vs Cloud, from Card Sagas Wars.
I wish this was an action title, like Konjak’s Legend of Princess, instead of a fanservice fighting game with a hojillion playable characters. That way, we might actually see a playable release this decade!
Etna vs. Crono, from Card Sagas Wars.
Ahruon and Orkimedes — the Spain-based duo behind the fanmade, M.U.G.E.N.-powered PC project — released this “test” clip two weeks ago. Says Ahruon, “Neither of them has AI, so they just [do] random stuff to each other.”
I have a feeling this game will never see a playable release.
New Card Sagas Wars trailer.
I love Soma’s vacuum cleaner move at the beginning! Refer to our previous Card Sagas Wars post for more info on this fanmade, M.U.G.E.N.-powered PC project.
Etna vs. Soma! Master Chief vs. KOS-MOS!
This trailer is from way back in June, but I’ve never seen it, so it’s likely you haven’t either. Card Sagas Wars is a homemade PC project created with M.U.G.E.N, a 2D fighting game engine.
Using ripped backgrounds along with sprites that’ve been redrawn for a consistent look, the game is a fanboy’s dream, allowing for four-player brawls and implausible match-ups, like Samus vs. Crono.
Last I heard, 900+ playable characters were planned for Card Sagas Wars, but that roster might’ve been scaled back since then. Even if a few hundred fighters were cut, though, the character selection still puts Super Smash Bros. Brawl to shame.
No word yet on when we’ll see a playable release for this!