Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Monday, June 27, 2016
Monday, June 20, 2016
Do you love learning as much as the filthy, wise sage Dusto Bunny? In Kaiju Big Battel: Fighto Fantasy, Dusto's computer in Hero Headquarters holds all kind of useful info, from battle stats to mission objectives to a place for him to answer important questions.
What's the world's coolest snack? How come there aren't any red whales? Where's the best place to vacation on a budget, in this post-giant monster world? It's UP TO YOU to ask the questions! They don't have to be Kaiju or bunny related at all. In fact, it's best if they aren't. Just keep it PG and fairly short, and your question may be featured in the game!
One question per person; feel free to make multiple submissions, but only the best one will be used. Ask RIGHT HERE, but your questions will NOT be answered here; you'll have to wait for Fighto Fantasy to learn the truth!
Submit your questions through the end of June, 2016 for an opportunity for them to appear in the game.
Friday, June 17, 2016
Robox is a unique fighter, using his amazing new scanning technology to learn the marvelous moves of his enemies. Like all good boxes, you never know what sort of weird stuff you're going to find in here.
Wednesday, June 15, 2016
Friday, June 10, 2016
Now entering the ring... it's the SDS-1! The Super Dimensional Slug has been used by Dr. Cube to go hog wild on history.
With the ability to tear open holes in time and space, the SDS-1 is Cube's ticket to time travel trickery. Luckily, slugs are really gooey and always leave behind a slime trail. The slimy holes left in space-time can be hijacked by our heroes to chase down Cube on his maniacal history tour.
Graphics by Soda_piggy - Kaiju Big Battel - #NameThatKaiju
Wednesday, June 8, 2016
Thursday, June 2, 2016
Meet the Goobles! A special thanks to all of the voters who participated in our Twitter poll to help name these guys.
Goobles are monsters that trigger battles when you bump into them. These gooey blobs can turn into anything; you never know what to expect! If you've played Zelda II, think of them as sort of like the world map encounters in that game. You'll see them, they'll rush you, you'll start punching.
The three sizes give you a rough idea of what to expect in battle. The biggest, hungriest Gooble may be a way of telling you to steer clear of an area and come back later!
Graphics by Soda_piggy