Azrael and Street11 posted up some translations from the latest Super Street Fighter 4: Arcade Edition Development Blog. This time the blog goes into changes Chun-Li, El Fuerte, Sakura and Cody with Chun getting arguably the most nerfs, though Fuerte is in a close second. Cody gets a nice buff with a 3 frame crouching short -- might have to play him seriously again! Read about all the other changes below.
Justin decides on the last match that he will use one button and a random select character to take out the XBOX live monster. He can't focus attack, grab. just use that one button.
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If you are a fan of the older Marvel VS series games, this article is for you! Dammit from Combovid.com has put together a fantastic article which breaks down various interesting changes made to hit box data in X-Men: Children of the Atom, Marvel Super Heroes, X-Men vs Street Fighter, Marvel Super Heroes vs Street Fighter, and Marvel vs Capcom!
It is loaded with great screenshots which show exactly what he's talking about. I played all these games in a casual way when they came out, and even though I don't play them today I found the article really interesting. Check out the full article here!
Socal Regionals may be over, but the hype continues!!! TheBBVlog brings you back on consistent pool play uploads with golden commentary to get you rollin on the bracket matches!
We also have exclusive content of more iPlayWinner BlazBlue character combos, iPlayWinner interviews, and MikeZ special setups! With players like Dacidbro, CopperDabbit, Zong_One, Render, MikeZ, Tubazo, and even the japanese Akuma player Tokido, you can't miss out on the action about to ensue!
Blazblue action after the jump!
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Street Fighter 4 brings together 2D gameplay and 3D graphics. Whatever your view on the game as it turned out, nobody can debate either its success or the tremendous impact it had on the fighting game community and on the genre.
But what if Street Fighter 4 had 2D graphics instead of 3D? Would that have made a difference in the game's sales or its impact? Would the game, either in play mechanics and/or in graphical presentation, have to be modified to maximize its potential?
Keep in mind that the genre was on life support before this game released, and even Capcom considered Street Fighter 4 a gamble. For purposes of this topic, assume that Capcom allotted all the artists and resources necessary to take one, last daring stab at making a modern glorious 2D title.
Have fun, 2D fans! No the game would not look like the SF4 characters brought to Third Strike mock-ups shown on left (which are awesome tho!). Today's machines are capabable of incredible 2D. Go wild!
Updated on Monday, November 8, 2010 at 12:12AM by Rogerdodger
NorCal making a dent with Vangief, Ricky Ortiz and Filipino Champ making it into the top 8 for Super Street Fighter 4. In the end BLG Filipino Champ takes out Daigo to win the SSF4 tournament!!!!
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Last night Tekken producer Harada released some new footage of Tekken Tag Tournament 2 at MLG Dallas. The video showcases how the assists will work and also confirms Armor King, King, Paul and Law playable in Tekken Tag Tournament 2.
A lot of the combos showcased within the video shows how amazing the game play will be. Seeing the assist partner flying in the air after a throw just makes the game even more hype and I personally can't wait.
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Cross Counter w/ Gootecks and Mike Ross Featuring Gamerbee vs Momochi & Special Q and A with Gamerbee
This week on Cross Counter with Gootecks and Mike Ross they Breakdown the match between Gamerbee and Momochi in the grand finals of the Season Beatings tournament. Gamerbee joins Mike Ross on the break down of the match.
ALSO with a special treat from the Cross Counter crew, Gootecks took a moment to ask Gamerbee some Q&A. Gamerbee talks about words he has learned while being in America and what he thinks about the over all talent in the states.
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NorCal's very own Vangief is now signed to Borderland Gaming. Vance "VanGief" Wu will be the third Street Fighter 4 player to join the BLG Crew along with Eric 'Juicebox' Albino and Ryan 'Filipino Champ' Ramirez.
Vance is one of the top Zangief players in North America. With many tournaments under his belt, I think he will make a great addition to the BLG line up. One of Vance's biggest win is placing top 8 in EVO 2010 and receiving the infamous Golden TE stick.
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Capcom's Yoshinori Ono dropped some info on his twitter about when we can get more information on Street Fighter X Tekken. It has been a little while since we heard anything about the game.
can we get any new sfxTk info.even a little bit more (cont),"
Ono: "Plz wait [for] news. I'll [talk] about it at Moscow in 20th Nov. ;) :
Also, new images of C.Viper's and Ibuki's latest alternate costume were also included. See full sized pics below.
Gootecks is flying solo this week after Mike Ross rage quit from last week episode. This episode is a different set pace than the other adventures. Gootecks attempts to play Cody in memory of Mike Ross rage quitting.
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G4 TV just posted a promo video featuring Mike Ross, Gamberbee, EG Marn, and EG Justin Wong about SoCal Regionals. All players talk about how they got started with fighting games and how Street Fighter is now a international game.
This is a huge step with G4 TV finally recognizing the fighting game community is here to stay and keep on growing!
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NetherRealm studious release The MKast Part 2 of Episode 2 video today. Talking in the Video is Hans Lo, Hector Sanchez, John Edwards, Paulo Garcia, and Brian LeBaron. This part of the episode they go over game mechanics, tweaks still being made, game play questions, and what people are saying on the forums.
This is a good episode to get a good feel of how the game mechanics will work because they show videos of the game play of the subjects that they cover during the cast.
Atomix caught up with Hector Sanchez from NetherRealm Studious to talk about Mortal Kombat 9. Hector talks about how the game will please all the hardcore Mortal Kombat fans, Tag-Team assists, how DLC will help this game, a hint about alternative costumes, and of course EVO!
Things are looking good for Mortal Kombat and from this interview I am getting more and more anxious to see this game for myself.
Today the Super Street Fighter 4 Development Team has announced new release dates for the alternative costumes.
Capcom realized how many people did not like the time span for the old costume release dates. They fixed the issue for us and we will be able to have all the new costumes by Jan. 25th 2011.
Yoshinori Ono is blowing up Twitter once again with more tweets in regard to Super Street Fighter 4: Arcade Edition. He mentions they found a "big problem" in SSF4: AE and are currently trying to get it fixed. Perhaps they realised how ridiculous both invincible backdashing and Seth are and are working on removing both? I kid, I kid -- kinda -- but it seems Ono and the team are trying to work out these issues before the games release in mid-December.
Updated on Thursday, November 4, 2010 at 7:57PM by haunts
EventHubs posted up some matches of Sako versus EG. Justin Wong and EG. Marn from Wednesday Night fights which went down last night. Keep in mind these are just casuals -- SCR doesn't start till this weekend - - but what do you think of Sako's performance against these two? Check out the two videos below.
LiangHuBBB has uploaded another installment in his "Funny and Cool Moments" series for Super Street Fighter 4. The video shows a lot of strange and interesting situations from real match play! Check out his Youtube channel, linked above, for previous installments.
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