The gang's all here in Virtua Fighter 5--and they look a lot more attractive, thanks to the PlayStation 3's graphics processing power.
It might get you beaten horribly, but it's hard to look at this guy's goofy-serious face and not giggle.
Lei-fei needn't worry. Jacky brought enough hair gel for both of them.
Only fools underestimate the power of The Bald.
Lau isn't doing some crazy, spinning kick. He just got smacked by a martial artist girl one-quarter his age.
Those big pants are called hakama, and they're usually worn by swordsmen. They sure have a stylish flower design, though.
This is the refreshing perspective of a guy who's about to be knocked unconscious with a boot to the head.
A pirouette can be as powerful as a punch in the hands of the right fighter.
Virtua Fighter 5 doesn't come with 3D glasses or any gimmick of that sort, but it would be so awesome if it did. That hand would feel like it was flying at your face!
The moves aren't as memorable as Street Fighter II's Dragon Punch or Hadoken, but Virtua Fighter 5's punches will still pack a mean kick. And its kicks will pack a mean punch.

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