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Street Fighter Alpha Expert Destroys The Game's Cooperative Battle Mode By Himself

Desk, one of the most creative and technically gifted combo video creators in the fighting game community, has outdone himself with his latest project. Controlling both Ryu and Ken in Street Fighter Alpha’s Dramatic Battle mode, using one hand for each character, he beats the snot out of devilish dictator M. Bison and…Read more… Source: …

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Samurai Shodown Competitor Shows Off By Dropping His Character's Sword, Gets Wrecked

Samurai Shodown is a brutal fighting game, where matches often hinge on landing one good attack. That said, Samurai Shodown also gives players a few cheap ways to mercilessly style on an unsuspecting foe, one example of which blew up spectacularly in a competitor’s face during a major United Kingdom tournament last…Read more… Source: Kotaku …

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Latin America Isn't Getting As Screwed Over By The Capcom Pro Tour This Year

Last year, Capcom made changes to their official Street Fighter V competition, the Capcom Pro Tour, that hurt the qualifying chances of a very specific sector of the fighting game community: those who live outside competitive hubs like the United States and Japan. The adjusted points system impacted players who lacked…Read more… Source: Kotaku | …

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The Formerly Terrible Pichu Is Now A Tiny Ball Of Death

At first glance, Pichu doesn’t come across as a super strong Super Smash Bros. character. The diminutive Pokémon is cute as a button, sure, but its weaknesses meant it was always overshadowed by its fellow cast members in Super Smash Bros. Melee. But that all changed with the release of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.Read more… …

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Soulcalibur VI's Unique Mechanics Take Center Stage In Early Competition

Even in a genre as varied as fighting games, the Soulcalibur series has maintained a distinctive personality throughout several installments thanks to its fluid, weapon-based combat. Soulcalibur VI, which landed on store shelves just last week, continues this tradition, and both pre- and post-launch tournaments have…Read more… Source: Kotaku | Soulcalibur VI's Unique Mechanics Take …

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Rare Character Matchup Punctuates Dominican Street Fighter V Tournament

No matter how many players pick up fighting games as a competitive endeavor, there are always going to be certain character matchups that barely ever come up in tournaments, let alone in the later stages of a major event. Last weekend, Fighting Fest showcased one such matchup during its Street Fighter V finals, a…Read more… …

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The Street Fighter V Rivals With Dramatic Handshakes

While post-match handshakes have become commonplace in the fighting game community, they rarely come laden with dense layers of history. Japanese competitors Naoki “Nemo” Nemoto and Hiromiki “Itabashi Zangief” Kumada have turned these brief moments of sportsmanship into yet another opportunity for showcasing their…Read more… Source: Kotaku | The Street Fighter V Rivals With Dramatic Handshakes

Good Luck Kisses And Other Surprise Game-Winning Tactics At CEOtaku 2018

Tayson Defas is a highly skilled Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite competitor who has a couple of secret weapons for staying focused during stressful tournament matches. He’ll meditate between games, sometimes even stepping away to sit on the floor. Also, he has a boyfriend, fellow fighting game player Sebastian “Sol”…Read more… Source: Kotaku | Good Luck …

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