|PS3 / XBOX 360||Japan|
By Spencer . September 22, 2011 . 12:55am
The King of Fighters XIII lets players save replay data from online fights to analyze your opponent’s techniques, but if you’re really good you can share bouts with the world. Replays from The King of Fighters XIII can be uploaded for worldwide viewing if you fulfill certain conditions during rank matches.
Ranked matches are one of the three online modes. You can also try player matches, which do not effect your online status and battle rivals via Friend Match on PS3 or Xbox Live Party on Xbox 360.
You can see how your friends stack up via their online profile. SNK lets players choose an icon and a default party complete with player selected color choices for each character. Profiles also have simple canned messages like "I’m training" and "Let’s make this one a good one."
All of your King of Fighters XIII data is saved on to a player record like the one below. You can see your high score in arcade mode, how many pictures you unlocked in the gallery, and the number of opponents you beat in survival mode.
The King of Fighters XIII makes its debut on North America for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on October 25.