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  1. Hahaha I think this movie trailer deserves to be here because of the subject matter and the cameos. How many characters can you spot? It's a blink and you miss type of thing. On a more serious note I don't know why I am not that excited about this movie actually. Steven Spielberg is directing, it's like a live action/cgi hybrid of Wreck it Ralph, which was really good, but for some reason... it doesn't look that interesting. What do you guys think?
  2. I'm not sure how many people knew about this before EVO 2015, but apparently Jamie Lee Curtis (the actress) is a big fan of Street Fighter. In fact, she's such a big fan that she actually came to EVO this year. And to help conceal her identity, she had a brilliant idea: she went dressed as Vega (who of course wears a mask). Honestly, I love seeing stories like this where it's revealed that various famous people love video games, manga, anime, or what have you. Good on Jamie Lee Curtis for not being afraid of speaking out about her love for Street Fighter (and video games, presumably) and even going to the biggest fighting game competition despite her celebrity status. Were you guys as surprised as I was to hear about this?
  3. At the start of this week Capcom made their big Mega Man announcement. No, it wasn't Mega Man Legends 3 coming back from its grave. Instead, it was what we already knew was coming, which is the release of the fan game Street Fighter X Mega Man. Zillions of downloads later, the consensus is that the game is not nearly as good as the name implies. However, there are certainly a camp who quite enjoy it too. Regardless of your opinion on the gameplay itself, the soundtrack is fun for NES-era music. If you are enjoying the music then this announcement should please you. The complete soundtrack for Street Fighter X Mega Man is up on Band Camp now for download. It includes 22 tracks and is being sold for whatever price you see fit. So, you could theoretically pay $100 for A-Rival's music, nothing at all, or anything in between. Those unsure about the download can first listen to the whole soundtrack online and then decide.
  4. Most Mega Man and Street Fighter fans already knew it was coming, but today the game Street Fighter X Mega Man finally was made available. The project was created by fans, not Capcom themselves, and is a free download. The downloads are a bit spotty right now as everyone is trying to grab them, which is a good thing for Capcom. The direct download link is here. This wasn't the only news Capcom had to share today. They have also announced that some classic Mega Man games will finally be hitting the Nintendo eShop. Both Japan and Europe have already had a go at the games digitally but until now America had been left out of the fun. Mega Man 1 through 6 will begin trickling out on eShop starting on December 27th. Overall, today is a pleasant day for Mega Man fans. Hopefully none of them were hoping for an announcement of Mega Man Legends 3 returning! If so, then Capcom's announcement is probably horrific.
  5. Whether its a mistake or a glitch doesn't really matter, what does matter is the fact that the complete costume swap pack DLC is currently free on the Playstation Store for both the PS3 and PS Vita versions of the game. To find the DLC pack, go to the Street Fighter X Tekken page on the Playstation Store and then open the costume swap section. Everything will be priced normally except the bundle pack. It will have no listed price. Click it and you'll see two options, one for the normal priced pack and an identical pack labeled free. I suggest you get it right now, because this error will not last long. Tested it just now and it worked on my PS3. A thanks goes out to ffboi7 on cheapassgamer for finding this.
  6. Blazeknyt

    5 Reasons Why I Love Fighting Games

    The fighting game tournament EVO just finished recently, and with it, thoughts of fighting games sprung up. Fighting games are games you can almost always get into. In no particular order (except the last one), here are 5 reasons I love fighting games: The characters Most games have tons of characters, but with fighting games it“s even more pronounced, and that“s because many characters are playable. You can almost always find someone to play with, and the roster tends to grow with each new game. Seriously, Tekken started with 8 playable characters in the arcade, and now boasts over 40. Variety The growth of the video game industry made everything change. 2D fighters and 3D fighters offer different takes on the game. 2D fighters limit movement, but can really play with animations. Combos actually started as a glitch! 3D fighters offer a whole new range of movement, but tend to be slower in gameplay due to the more realistic movement portrayed. Soul Calibur“s movement has always felt smoother compared to Tekken“s. You have hand-to-hand fighting games, weapons based fighters, and even wrestling, boxing and MMA games could fit in here. All of them offer different takes on fighting: Street Fighter and King Of Fighters are the 2D kings. The Marvel vs. Capcom series is the most renowned crossover, while Tekken and Soul Calibur refined 3D fighting. The mechanics The mechanics, or the engine of the game itself is how fighters differentiate themselves. How do the combos work? What can cancel into what? Once I finally figured out how some basic combos work out, I tried this in other fighting games, and found that basic combos (at least in 2D fighters) follow the same basic formula. A heavy attack can be canceled into a special move without interruption. Street Fighter IV“s Focus attack has various uses, and Tekken has a very strong influence on juggling your opponent. My favorite two mechanics are the "C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER!" from Killer Instinct, and the parry system introduced in Street Fighter III, which fuels another reason below, There are incredibly advanced combos in practice modes listed out for you now. The exact combo may not be practical, but it teaches the mechanics that many competitive players use. Figuring out the game works is like figuring out an intricate puzzle, and mastering that puzzle takes lots of practice. However, once you get into that, you just may fall into the… Competitive spirit In a fighting game, you are trying to prove that you are better than someone else, particularly by beating the crap out of him or her. The competitive spirit helps fuel me to learn the mechanics and analyze opponents. Knowing that I will go up against others who play the game, I need to know what combos work, what moves are worth using, and when to use them. Competition has grown so much that local and international tournaments are held. It“s really cool to see that gaming has grown to become much more than a hobby. Along with tournaments, the internet has provided a way to garner information on different players and playing styles. The unfortunate side effect of competition leads to emotions. Determination can lead to stubbornness, constant losses can lead to anger, and constant winning can lead to having no fun. The Comeback The comeback is one of the single greatest feelings you can achieve. It doesn“t even have to be in a video game, you could make a comeback in a sports match, a board game, or a race. Just watch this video. So what are your favorite fighting games, and why?
  7. Dominic Dimanche

    Super Combo

    From the album: Stock Footage