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When it comes to picking up a new character, watching elaborate combo videos can only teach so much. This rings especially true in team-based games like Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, where exhibitions tend to include assists from two characters that you might not even play, which can, in some cases, render the footage effectively useless to your learning process.
While their development has hit some unforeseeable snags over the past year, the folks behind Yatagarasu’s incoming Attack on Cataclysm update are set to allow qualified backers to try out an alpha build of the game starting today. According to a new post by publisher Nyu-Media, alpha keys are currently being sent out to fans to reached the beta access rewards in their Indiegogo campaign.
Last weekend, Pandora House’s Ultra Street Fighter IV league entered its second round of ranking matches, bringing with it another night of high-level sets from some of Northern California’s strongest competition.
This week’s Ultra Street Fighter IV community roundup has plenty of combo videos for a good assortment of characters as well as a couple of tutorials from Bafael. And what roundup would be complete without some wonky hurtbox issues? Certainly not this one.
The follow-up to 2012′s Persona 4 Arena features quite a bit for fans to get excited over. An updated roster and new gameplay mechanics have expanded the original game with enough fresh content to justify labeling it as a sequel.
The folks over at Level|Up Series have just gone live with the first installment of Wednesday Night Fights’ third 2014 season, broadcasting from the newly-renovated Super Arcade in Walnut, California. Some of SoCal’s top talent will be in attendance to compete in Ultra Street Fighter IV, Tekken Tag Tournament 2, and Injustice: Gods Among Us.
After taking a bit of time off, our friends over at YUBIKEN recently uploaded a couple of replays showcasing some more great Ultra Street Fighter IV play from CUBE in Tokyo, Japan ...
Ryu Hayabusa has always been a strong character in the Dead or Alive series and his Dead pr Alive 5 Ultimate incarnation is no exception. To showcase this, NinjaMonkey has put together a combo video for the ninja that showcases not just regular combos, but guaranteed kill combos that do over 450 damage. Additionally, some of the combos showcase the return of a feature from previous games in the 1.
This week’s installment of Next Level Battle Circuit is now streaming live courtesy of Team Spooky. As always, the event is being broadcast from its namesake, Next Level Arcade, in New York City. Tonight, they’ll be running Ultra Street Fighter IV, featuring some of the best players on the east coast.
In addition to adding new content like characters and stages, the folks over at Iron Galaxy Studios had another clear goal in mind during their tenure with Killer Instinct on Xbox One: fix the lingering network issues that have plagued online play for quite some time. While the first deadline was missed, it wasn’t without good reason.
During their time at Gamescom 2014, NetherRealm Studios was able to show off the upcoming Mortal Kombat X to a large European audience as well as debut Kano, a returning fighter who has received a bit of an update in the transition to the tenth installment.
Arc System Works recently dropped a few more details regarding the upcoming console versions of Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN-, covering both a special bundle that will be available in Japan as well as the game’s story mode. According to this new information, Xrd will be receiving a limited edition package exclusively on PlayStation 4.
After working to address Ultra Street Fighter IV’s various network issues on Steam, the folks over at Capcom are now ready to roll out the network patch in a limited capacity. This public beta is available to every player who wants to participate, and it will be important that as many people as possible take part in order to test this update accordingly.
It’s time to take your boxing gloves off the shelf, because rc_on has put together a Balrog combo video that will surely make you want to step back into the Street Fighter x Tekken ver. 2013 ring ...
By now, you’ve probably heard of Fish Plays Pokemon, which took the concept behind Twitch Plays Pokemon but gave the steering wheel to, well, a fish. A new broadcast recently emerged takes that concept, but replaces Pokemon with a game near and dear to the hearts of everyone in the fighting game community: Street Fighter II.
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