Battle K-Road - Anthony
Hey parro see here http://descolor.yokochou.com/
I've seen that, and I was excited at first, but I noticed that most of his characters are arranged, customized or accurate edits. Although they are good, I prefer purely accurate ones more, like some by NHK, mass and I guess Ahuron, which I mean by the looks, sounds and movements. His version of Shi Jin from Outlaws of the Lost Dynasty (a.k.a. Dark Legend) is quite accurate, but his fan-made desperation move for Shi Jin needs to be replaced with the real one of his (seen here), while some parts of him need to be tweaked to perfection.
IMO about other characters he converted:
Bad Darkness' Billy Lee (from the Neo-Geo Double Dragon) is better, but it's missing the "falling on back" sound and visual effects and may need his victory sequence like the other characters found on that website.
Inverse's Sho Kamui (from Breakers) is better, but has a few things missing like the "set opponent on fire" sprites, "falling on back" effects, and probably the victory sequences the other Sho Kamui has.
Falcion22's and especially Xino's Ray McDougal (ripped from Fighter's History Dynamite) are better, but it's probably too difficult (if not impossible) to make Ray accurate enough, due to the Fighter's History series having a weak point system, which MUGEN probably can't allow it. I hope Elecbyte adds that feature to the next version of MUGEN.
KenshinHimura's Master Huang (from Martial Masters) is most likely a lot better, but it was only released in beta form. Hopefully NHK will convert the best version of him, because NHK converted Scorpion from the same game.
Most other protagonists from other fighting games are missing the "falling on back" effects (especially dust/sparks), some are missing hit sparks, some combine two or more versions of the character (e.g. Mouser's retro Hanzou is mostly the WHP version, with his teleport move exclusively found only in WH2J), some have not-so-accurate movements.
I know playing the origins of the characters is the best way to get accuracy, but I like when M.U.G.E.N allows you to create even cross-overs that would never be developed and sold in stores.
My Mugen Wish List would include protagonists, mascots and other iconic characters with everything they have brought straight from their source with little or no editing.