Virtua Fighter 5

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The [Coin-Op] Arcade Video Game by Sega Enterprises, Ltd. [Tokyo, Japan]

 
DESCRIPTION
 
[Coin-Op] Arcade Video Game

Virtua Fighter 5 © 2006 Sega.

TECHNICAL
 
Sega Lindbergh Hardware

CPU : Intel Pentium 4 3.0G HT (800Mhz FSB - 1MB L2 Cache)
GFX : NVIDIA GeForce 6 Series GPU
GFX Memory : 256MB (256 bit GDDR3)
OS : Montavista Linux
GFX Capabilities : Vertex Shader 3.0, Pixel Shader 3.0
Audio : 3D audio synthesizer chip onboard, possible to have 64 sounds playing simultaneously, 5.1 surround output.
Video output: One analog D-Sub, Two Digital DVI outputs.
Display : Single or dual monitor support. Can output the same picture to each monitor or different pictures on each monitor, the resolution for each of the 2 monitors can also be different.
Sound output: The two front speakers have RCA connectors, SPDIF for full surround.
Resolution : HDTV (High Definition)
RAM : 1024MB 184pin DDR SD-RAM PC3200 (2x 512MB DDR 400 sticks)
LAN : 10/100/1000 TBase Gigabit Network
Other : DVD Drive Support, USB2.0 (x4) - Sega ALL.NET online support.
Connector Format : JVS
Protection : High Spec original security module.
TRIVIA
 
Released in July 2006, the game was presented at the 2006 AOU show in Japan.

El Blaze's fighting style, as well as his looks, are inspired by WWE superstar Rey Mysterio.

Some Virtua Fighter 5 units appear in the Sony PS3 game Yakuza 3, but they are not playable.
PORTS
 

Consoles:


Sony PlayStation 3 japan (Feb. 08, 2007) "Virtua Fighter 5 [Model BLJM-60016]"
Microsoft XBOX 360 japan (Dec. 06, 2007) "Virtua Fighter 5 Live Arena [Model GEA-00001]"
Sony PlayStation 3 japan (Dec. 09, 2008) "Virtua Fighter 5 [Sega The Best] [Model BLJM-60017]"
Microsoft XBOX 360 japan (Jan. 15, 2009) "Virtua Fighter 5 Live Arena [Platinum Collection] [Model GEA-00008]"
SOURCES
 
Game's screenshots.
Official website: http://www.virtuafighter.jp/vf5/index.html

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