Training Room 1 from Next Global Crisis that features a simple fight scenario and delivers a lot of action in a short, nine-minute video. The characters are introduced early on, given a set of rules, and then simply duke it out for several minutes. This isn’t an “episode” from Next Global Crisis, but a short, simple video focusing on a training session for a new heroine character of Japanese origin named Suki Deluxe. This is a good video from Next Global Crisis with good performances from its two characters, a hot heroine in a sexy costume, and the usual high production values.
Suki, a character of Asian origin (who doesn’t actually look Asian to me, but I guess you never know), is up against a fierce looking opponent named Sebastian Luner, an dangerous prisoner previously captured by Elite Force who is apparently used for training purposes. I really like Suki’s skin tight costume, and the actress is really good at selling the confidence of her character, in addition to fighting moves.
I also appreciated the performance of the actor who plays Sebastian Luner. He actually looks really intimidating, and I definitely would not want to fight him. Suki is obviously much braver than me, and proceeds to engage in hand-to-hand combat for almost the duration of the video. The fight, as a whole, isn’t really dominated by either character, but each character gets a chance to dominate his/her opponent for a few minutes in individual sequences. The fighting moves are sold really well, thanks to the performances, editing, choreography and sound effects.
For the record, you get: belly punches, a bearhug, and lots of other fighting moves, although no low blows for those of you into that sort of thing. Most of the video involves Suki having the upper hand against Sebastian.
I suppose the highlight of the video is Suki. She’s really beautiful, and her costume is great. You have to love what Next Global Crisis is doing with their videos. They almost always have great acting and really well designed costumes, in addition to high technical quality. For anyone disappointed with Episode 5’s lack of action, you should be satisfied here, as the video consists almost exclusively of M/F fighting.