Date of birth
Hsien-Ko and her sister made a pact after their lives were taken by the Darkstalkers.
One would free the spirit of their mother while the other would avenge themselves
against the powers of the night by destroying the Darkstalkers wherevere
they may roam. Beware the Chinese ghosts!
And again, I won with ease.
Hey, it's not time for you to walk away. Try again.
Why do you hold back? Your overconfidence is your weakness!
My two Euro-cents
A Chinese vampire, Hsien-Ko is one of the most interesting character to play,
and one of the most difficult to handle, indeed. Her counter gem pattern
seems to be one of the best among the non-secret fighters, and it seems
to be really good for both small-mid attacks (where it is actually a great
one) and large ones; but there is a price to pay: usually, Hsien-Ko's players
have to look quite often to the opponent's field and learn to master a perfect
timing to attack. This is due to the fact that a not completely flat surface
of the opponent's field (some columns of gems are higher or lower than the
others) may interfere with Hsien-Ko diagonal counter gem pattern and prevent
it to be really efficient, not to mention how easy a good setup for the
opponent can be when helped by a diamond gem.
Anyway, Hsien-Ko is definetely a very good fighter, but since the line between
winning or losing using her is very narrow, choosing Hsien-Ko means usually
working hard to win almost every game.
Ground Ghost Blade (12-17, 2 hit)
Iron Rain (30-up, 7 hit)
1994 - Darkstalkers
1995 - Darkstalkers 2
1996 - Super Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo
1997 - Darkstalkers 3
1997 - Pocket Fighter