Tekken’s game developers have decided to make an interesting move, by releasing two DLCs simultaneously.
Julia, available in DLC 8, has been a Tekken-staple fighter since Tekken 3, released for PlayStation 1 almost 22 years ago. She features her usual game costume, as well as three additional costumes, including her Native American styled one from previous games. Her fighting style remains the useful cross between Bajiquan and Xin Yi Liu He Quan, unchanged from the previous games.
The newcomer, Negan is a guest character from the hit series The Walking Dead. His costume resembles his comic representation, while no other costumes have been revealed at this point. His fighting style is a little less elaborate: he hits things hard with his bat.
These players will be available for download on the 28 February. Julia’s DLC will cost $5, while Negan’s will cost $8.
The base game is available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
NBA partners with YouTube
The National Basketball Association (NBA) and YouTube have announced the launch of the NBA’s first YouTube channel dedicated to fans in sub-Saharan Africa.
Click through to read about what the partnership brings.
In addition to featuring two live games per week in primetime for the rest of the 2018-19 season, including the Playoffs, Conference Finals, and The Finals. The NBA Africa YouTube channel will celebrate the impact of African players in the NBA. The channel will also showcase the league’s long history of growing basketball at all levels across the continent and using the game as a platform to inspire and empower African youth.
The first two live game broadcasts on the new channel will take place on Sunday, March 24 and will feature the Charlotte Hornets hosting the Boston Celtics at midnight (CAT), followed by the L.A. Clippers visiting the New York Knicks at 6:00pm (CAT).
The channel will feature original and archived programming, including a collaboration with Africa-based YouTube creators on original content, a customized weekly magazine show, and NBA documentaries featuring current and former African players and legends.
Amadou Gallo Fall, NBA Vice President and Managing Director for Africa, said: “The NBA Africa YouTube channel is yet another important milestone for the NBA in Africa and will allow more fans to access our games, live and on demand, across the continent. As we enter the home stretch of the NBA season and teams fight for playoff positioning, we look forward to bringing the excitement of the NBA to more fans in sub-Saharan Africa while celebrating the NBA’s rich history and bright future in Africa.”
Dayo Olopade, Manager of YouTube Partnerships in Africa, said: “From inception, YouTube has been a hub for fans to catch up on moments and coverage from their
Click here to read about the NBA’s digital presence with YouTube.