This Anime Cosplay post features new gaming costumes from professional and amateur cosplayers. We collect intricate and interesting photographs of favorite anime characters. This week has costumes from Princess Mononoke, Yu-Gi-Oh! , Dragon Ball Z, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, and Akira.
In 1994 Banpresto released Dragon Ball Z V.R.V.S. on the Sega’s System 32arcade platform. This game featured a unique perspective from other fighting games, and showed the battle from behind your character facing toward your opponent. It was a 3d like experience, with drawn anime animations, instead of sprites, and featured full flight combat. The controls for each player were 3 buttons and their trusty joystick.