Weekly Recap July 2nd: Street Fighter Cosplayer Forced To Self-Censor
(Last Updated On: July 2, 2016)

The start of this week was jam packed with all sorts of controversial and talk-worthy topics. Things kicked off with a cosplayer Ashley Riot being forced to cover up her legs and butt because some people found the Cammy outfit from Street Fighter to be offensive.

During this week modders also released a patch for Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE that allows Wii U owners to uncensor the butchered American version of the game, and G2A decided to introduce a royalty program for developers as a way to assuage some of the comments and anguish centered around G2A’s gray market program. These stories and a little bit more in this July 2nd, 2016 edition of the Weekly Recap.

 


Cammy Cosplayer Forced To Cover Up Her Legs

It’s official, cosplaying it’s going to the crapper. A popular cosplayer was forced to cover up her legs and wear leggings because people complained about her voluptuous body being on display at an FGC event in Orlando, Florida. A new game where you play a fat golden guy called Wake The Dragon has managed to find its way onto Steam Greenlight. Bungie has announced that support for Destiny on the PS3 and Xbox 360 will be winding down and coming to an end in August. You can play GTA V from your iPhone or Android device using a new Remotr app mod. And the latest version of the Dolphin emulator is currently available for download, adding all sorts of cool new updates and upgrades that make it a lot more more viable than the previous outing.

 

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Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Uncensored Mod Arrives

Modders have gone and done it again. They’ve made an uncensored mod for Atlus and Nintendo’s newest JRPG for the Wii U, Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE. There’s a huge process involved in dumping the game and getting it to work on your Wii U, but the modders have gone out of their way to unfunk the royal funkery that the localizers did the game making its way from the East to the West. Brock Lesnar is WWE 2K17’s cover athlete. The guy is rocking it big time, ready to pounce and beat the mess out of anyone who gets in his way, but not everyone is happy about him being on the cover. Street Fighter V is set to receive a handful of new fighters, including Balrog, Ibuki and the fan-favorite Juri, the latter of which has undergone a slight alteration in attire. And there’s a hands-on preview of Riders of Icarus for those of you curious about the upcoming game’s open beta launch on July 6th.

 


G2A Announces Royalty Program

Developers will now have a way of getting paid by G2A through their new developer royalty program that they announced. Games sold through the gray market portal will see registered developers getting a 10% cut from the sales. The latest version of Cemu 1.5.3 has released for Patreon backers, offering improved visuals and performance gains. A new game called Gal*Gun: Double Peace is a shoot-’em-up game where you rub, tantalize and titillate young girls in an orgy of ecstasy. It’s as over-the-top as it sounds and a lot of gamers are expecting stiff resistance from SJWs. The newest JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure game has launched in the U.S., for the PlayStation 4 called Eyes of Heaven for $60. And both The Technomancer and Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness have launched for their respective platforms this past week.

 


System Shock Remastered Returns

System Shock has made a big comeback in a big way, heading to Kickstarter for funding and releasing a pre-alpha demo to get gamers geeked. So far funding for the game is going well and there’s a lot of promise for Nightdive Studios’ take on the classic franchise. An extremely disturbing game called Scorn is taking Greenlight by storm thanks to its highly enriched and extremely grotesque art-style and visuals, as well as some of the most gut-wrenching creature and weapon designs you’ve ever seen. Blazblue: Central Fiction is set to arrive West, and hopefully it won’t arrive with a bunch of censored content. It will launch in late 2016 for PS3 and PS4. An interesting game called Gate of Firmament has established itself as a renown Eastern RPG and gamers are giving it a lot of critical praise for being something cut from a different kind of cloth. Check it out if you have time. And Ghostbusters can’t stay out of the media spotlight leading up to its theatrical release, this time around Sony has teamed with The Void and Unity Technologies for a Ghostbusters augmented VR experience taking place in New York City.

 


Street Fighter V Summer DLC Leaks

Want to see the lovely ladies of Street Fighter V in bikinis and summer swimwear? Well, you’ll find plenty of that in Capcom’s upcoming Summer DLC for Street Fighter V. A video leaked showcasing the female pugilists in some skimpy bikinis duking it out on the beach. NaturalMotion’s CSR Racing 2 launched on mobile devices recently, but some complaints about microtransactions and pay-to-win have already surfaced. The re-release of the classic Japanese shoot-’em-up called Assault Suit Leynos is launching in the middle of July for PC and PS4. The latest version of MAME has launched, version 0.175, and it adds support for some very rare, classic arcade games. And 2K Games have announced that BioShock: The Collection is launching this September for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC.


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