I heard about Guy is a ninja but not a common ninja he fights Bushin (I think
is this) style anyone have a version of it, I don´t have any idea of it.
From: Steve Karstensen
Subject: Re: Repost: Yoshimitsu's Nightmare Guard
they do that up here, too. Half the time the actors sound like they're
talking into tin cans because the sound is so off. They also can't act
worth a damn so you get some really funny-sounding dialogue.
From: Rinaldo Gambetta [mailto:rinaldo@...]
Sent: Tuesday, February 01, 2000 9:35 AM
Subject: [streetfighter] Re: Repost: Yoshimitsu's Nightmare Guard
Yup much cinema and popcorn, but I still prefer Bruce Lee, Chuck Norris
and Van Damme and of course Hong Kong films (It´s cheap but funny if you
see the best part is the sound here in Brazil they change the voice of
actors to our language and in the process they put litle words in the
place of major words so you see the guy talking less than his mounth
show and is very funny, ahh that sounds of punches and kicks too.
Steve Karstensen wrote:
> ...I have no idea why Namco created Yoshimitsu's costume the way they
> did, and then called him a 'space ninja'. That's what the manual
> says, at any rate. I turned him into a ghost... which would explain
> why he looks the way he does.Also, ninja don't use their nightsuits as
> much as popular cinema would lead us to believe. At least, not
> according to the books on ninjitsu I own.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rinaldo Gambetta [mailto:rinaldo@...]
> Sent: Tuesday, February 01, 2000 9:26 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [streetfighter] Re: Repost: Yoshimitsu's Nightmare
> Wait a minute... I alway think Yoshimitsu is a some type of
> Samurai, by Katana use if he ia ninja a Ninja-to is required
> to use, all right the sword don´t make the type but if is a
> ninja why that color suit I thought ninjas have a stealth
> temper and prefer to use dark clothes to better disapear in
> the night.
> Steve Karstensen wrote:
> > They're a combination of things. The Nightmare Guard
> > originally appeared in
> > Golden Dragon's Fantasy Gamebooks' #2: The Temple of
> > Flame. They were the
> > bodyguards of Damontir the Mad and would drop out of the
> > shadows to hassle
> > the player whenever it was most annoying. I altered their
> > weapons a bit...
> > the original Nightmare Guard were masters of the garotte
> > and would instantly
> > snap your neck if they rolled high enough to hit.
> > Yoshimitsu I borrowed the look of from Tekken, but I
> > didn't like the "space
> > ninja" concept and turned him into an undead warrior
> > instead. He's better
> > that way.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Chris Hoffmann [mailto:staredown@...]
> > Sent: Tuesday, February 01, 2000 9:17 AM
> > To: email@example.com
> > Subject: [streetfighter] Re: Repost: Yoshimitsu's
> > Nightmare Guard
> > --- Steve Karstensen
> > <skarstensen@...> wrote:
> > [snip]
> > Upon being "killed", the Guard's clothing collapses to the
> > > floor,
> > > empty. A small pile of thick, sooty ash is usually left
> > behind as well.
> > >
> > Sounds a lot like Marvel's Hand. Personally I'm more of a
> > Foot clan fan.
> > I take it that this is not based on the Tekken Yoshimitsu?
> > [snip]
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