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Will Mike Ross and K-Brad go undefeated, or will Dolph Lundgren take them down? Find out on tonight's Capcom Pro Talk

Updated with stream archive: If you're subscribed to Capcom Fighters, you can check out the archive for this week's Pro Talk which featured EG|K-Brad talking about the 5 most overrated players, and some... interesting, but very entertaining online sessions.

Earning Twitch Turbo subscriptions off of Mike Ross and guests during Capcom Pro Talk has become a thing, but today, Mike Ross threw down the gauntlet and said via Twitter that, "K-Brad is warming up! No Twitch Turbos today! We going UNDEFEATED!"

Although we're not really sure what Dolph Lundgren's thoughts are on the matter, I thought if he read this message, his response would look something like it does in the banner.

Regardless, Mike Ross will welcome EG|K-Brad tonight for another episode of Capcom Pro Talk, starting at 7 p.m. PDT. The live stream, as always, is embedded below.

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Throws really strong in Mortal Kombat X, performing a breaker takes two super bars plus half your stamina - Alioune weighs in

One of the most respected and consistent pioneers of new technology in the fighting game community, Alioune, has weighed in on the soon to be officially released Mortal Kombat X.

He has already started relaying details about some of the finer points of the game, including just how important the stamina bar is to the all around gameplay.

Alioune notes that back dashing consumes 50% of your stamina bar, and that performing a breaker takes two super meters plus half of your stamina bar. He also feels that throws are very strong. Check out his thoughts below.

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NetherRealm has plans for grassroots tournaments around the world, says ESL creative producer; explains why MKX Pro League is on Xbox One

It was recently announced that NetherRealm Studios will be partnering up with ESL to run a series of Mortal Kombat X tournaments this year. Known as The Worldwide Competitive Program, this series will feature the Fatal 8 Exhibition Tournament and Mortal Kombat X ESL Pro League Tournament -- one pitting 8 of the world's best Mortal Kombat players against one another, and the other a string of online events with a local grand final, respectively.

Joshua Gray, creative producer at ESL America, recently took to the TestYourMight forums to run an AMAA (ask me almost anything) session. Naturally, the Mortal Kombat community over at TYM wanted to know more about The MKX Worldwide Competitive Program.

In order to better unify the online players for season one of the competitive program, Gray states that Warner Bros., ESL, and NetherRealm decided that the best course of action was to have everyone play on one platform. Xbox One was the console of choice for a number of reasons.

"After months of meetings, it was decided to go with the Xbox One for NA/EU for a variety of reasons, including: the track record of support from Xbox for competitive leagues, the robust performance of Xbox Live, [and[ the ESL App on the Xbox One," Gray explained.

The three entities behind this competitive league feel that their choice was indeed the best one, even if the decision was a difficult one to make.

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Skullgirls Encore on PlayStation 4 to support cross-play with PS3 version

Fans are still eagerly awaiting the arrival of Skullgirls Encore on consoles, but luckily we have some news today that will definitely make those waiting quite happy.

Skullgirls Encore on PlayStation 4 will support cross-play with the PlayStation 3 version. Last week, Jonathan "Persona" Kim, the game's senior animator, took to Twitter and confirmed that the feature allowing players to battle opponents across both systems will indeed be included when the game drops on next-gen.

Additionally, Kim posted a quick update on the Beowulf patch, stating that it has been submitted to Sony for testing.

You can check out the tweet after the jump.

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U1 twice in one combo, cr. HP straight into U2, and a godlike combo using stun: This Decapre CMV by cjbqulix is awesome

Cjbqulix is one of the most active Ultra Street Fighter 4 content creators around today. Focusing mainly on combo videos, the compilations that are uploaded on to this YouTube channel are top notch.

Today's feature keeps with that motif and stars the vicious Ultra Street Fighter 4 newcomer -- Decapre.

There are a number of intricate setups here, including a combo that lands two of her Ultra 1 in one sequence, a combo that goes from crouching heavy punch straight into Ultra 2, and a combo that makes very interesting use of stun.

Check out the latest from Cjbqulix below!

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PandaxGaming's Ultra Street Fighter 4 Online League 2.1 results ft. Shine, Flash House, Nice1, Tangent, and more

Updated: We have added results and a stream archive to this story.

Earlier: Season 2 of PandaxGaming's Ultra Street Fighter 4 Online League kicks off tonight. This series will include weekly ranking events in which you can earn points to qualify for the season finale round robin tournament which takes place on June 28th.

16 players will qualify for the season finale, and although earning points is one way you can qualify, it is not the only way. Below are the three ways you can become a part of the round robin tournament.

• Season 1 winner automatically qualifies
• 3 automatic qualification tournaments (winners qualify), April 27th, May 25th, June 22nd
• 12 highest ranked players of that season qualify

Aside from proving that you're the strongest warrior the online realm has to offer, you may be asking yourself, "why should I enter the PxG Online League?" Well, the first place winner of the entire season will be awarded a Hori RAP4 Kai PS4/PS3 fightstick and a sick PandaxGaming t-shirt. Those who place 2nd - 4th will also score themselves a PxG shirt, and 5th - 8th place will receive custom bead art from That 8-Bit Guy.

You can register for tonight's event over at the PandaxGaming website. The event will kick off at 6 p.m. PDT / 9 p.m. EDT, and top 8 will be stream beginning at 7 p.m. PDT / 10 p.m. EDT. Be sure to check out the PxG tournament guide to find out everything you'll need to enter.

Check out a promo video for the PxG Online League season 2 after the jump, and be sure to check back here later for the top 8 live stream.

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Devil Jin now a playable character in Tekken 7 arcade, nearly 30 minutes of footage featuring the returning fighter

This week, the Japanese arcade release of Tekken 7 has received a new playable fighter.

As of today, Devil Jin can now be selected in-game. Fans who currently have access to Tekken 7 have wasted no time posting footage of the returning fighter online, and today we have nearly 30 minutes of Devil Jin gameplay.

Last week, Jin Kazama was added to the playable roster after only being included in-game as a secret sub-boss character. This week, we've got Devil Jin, and Tekken producer Katsuhiro Harada previously stated that the next character, Josie Rizal, was originally schedule to release during Japan's Golden Week holiday (the first week of May), however, that release window has still yet to be confirmed by Bandai Namco.

Until the next character drops, though, be sure to watch the footage of Devil Jin running through arcade mode in Tekken 7.

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Harada: 'Good netcode? There's no such code that automatically makes the latency issues go away' - Tekken 7's low-lag techniques explained

Bandai Namco Entertainment's Tekken series has routinely featured some of the best online play experiences in fighting games ever. In terms of latency management, the implementation in Tekken titles is quite possibly the best-in-class.

But what's the secret to that buttery-smooth, online play experience in the latest Tekken titles? What kind of ancient ritual did the Tekken Project development team have to perform in order to achieve that level of low-lag performance? And how many cute little kittens were sacrificed in the process?

The answer to that last question? None. (Tekken Project lead Katsuhiro Harada is an animal lover, and owns a pet dog which he calls Heihachi-kun; he'd jump in to save the kittens before anything untimely could happen to them).

Latency management in fighting games is a science, Harada tells Famitsu in an interview the Japanese games publication recently conducted.

It's not something that developers can bring about through ancient sorcery or by writing "really good netcode" -- something Harada akin to voodoo magic.

Read on to find out why.

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Xian rules the roost, Daigo lands in 2nd, but do you know who rounds out the rest of the Capcom Pro Tour standings currently?

Capcom has updated the official Pro Tour Website with new standings after two major events went down this weekend, Hypespotting 4 and the NorCal Regionals 2015.

Razer's Xian is currently the king of the hill, while the Mad Catz players, Daigo Umehara and Mago, are tied for 2nd place. We've screen capped the top 10 here for April 6, 2015.


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Note that even if a player has qualified for the event, the points are still important, as they will decided seeding at the Capcom Cup.

If you want to see the rest of the listings, make sure you hit up the official Capcom Pro Tour website for the full rundown.

Image of Xian from ESGN TV.

Mortal Kombat X live stream on PlayStationLATAM right now, Tyler Lansdown to show more Goro

Updated: The event has ended now, but we've tossed a stream archive into this story so you can check it out still.

It looks like a surprise Mortal Kombat X live stream is taking place today over on PlayStationLATAM.

Community specialist at NetherRealm Studios, Tyler Lansdown, will be at the helm of this live broadcast.

Although it is currently unclear what is scheduled to be shown off today, with Tyler in attendance there's a fairly good chance we'll see some more character breakdowns. At the very least, we will witness more Mortal Kombat X gameplay footage before the game hits stores next week.

Check out the live stream below.

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Which characters should be added to Super Smash Bros. 4 as DLC? The EventHubs team shares their votes!

During the Nintendo Direct that aired last week, Nintendo revealed the official release date for Mewtwo and introduced Lucas into the Super Smash Bros. 4 world.

While getting two DLC characters in Smash is great, it appears that the company may not be stopping there. They have since asked fans which characters they'd like to see added to the playable roster and have even opened up a special website at which you can vote for whichever fighter you think should be added down the road.

We here at EventHubs are all big fans of the Smash Bros. franchise, so it didn't take us long to jump in and cast votes of our own. Today, we have decided to share our picks with you, our readers, and explain why we feel our characters of choice should be considered.

Hit the jump to check out what we had to say on the matter.

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Hisako can Ultra forever in Killer Instinct season 2 and it's incredibly easy to do - watch her land 500+ hits on TJ Combo

Killer Instinct's latest character, Hisako, is officially out and in the hands of players everywhere. While the last update added new balance changes, costumes, and the character herself, of course, it seems that it may have also introduced a glitch involving Hisako's Ultra.

Hisako can land an infinite number of Ultra combos in Killer Instinct season 2, and it is incredibly easy to do.

During the latter portion of her Ultra combo, Hisako hits the opponent with a large naginata strike, sending them stumbling forward. During this time, if you try to hit an Ultra Ender, the attack will whiff, leaving the opponent stuck in that stumbling state for a couple of seconds. This gives Hisako time to recover from the whiffed Ultra Ender, hit a Shadow On Ryo Zan, and launch right back into another Ultra.

This can be repeated forever, and if you decide to do this in an actual match, it'll surely leave your opponent very salty. Having said that, it is clear that the developers did not intend for this technique to work as it does. Melon God, the person who discovered the bug, has already posted this over on the Ultra-Combo forum to inform the devs about its inclusion in the game.

Check out Hisako's infinite Ultras below.

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Mortal Kombat X official launch trailer featuring System of a Down now live

The official Mortal Kombat X trailer is now available for viewing online.

Directed by System of a Down's Shavo Odadjian, in this trailer we see a number of epic clips from the game's Story Mode and general gameplay footage all set to the band's hit song, Chop Suey.


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Mortal Kombat X will be released on April 14 for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

Hit the jump to view the official launch trailer.

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Daigo negates Decapre's Ultra 1, GamerBee knocks Bonchan silly, R.O.B. gimps Fox and more - NCR 2015 final day highlights

The NorCal Regionals 2015 tournament has finished up, and like many FGC events, there was plenty of drama to go around.

We wanted to highlight some of the epic plays that happened on finals day though, starting with the man of the hour, Daigo Umehara, up against young gun, NuckleDu.

MCZ|Daigo vs. Liquid|NuckleDu

This match started off with NuckleDu playing Decapre, and having a bit of success, but with Daigo managing to come up with some killer plays, like chasing down her backdash for a ridiculous punish to take a close round, and more.

Daigo even had an interesting counter to Decapre's ultra 1, which has a considerable amount of hits it can absorb from projectiles, as he challenged it with Evil Ryu's fireballs to mostly negate it, which we show in our first highlight below.

NuckleDu came back though after losing the first two games with his Guile, making an solid run, primarily on countering Evil Ryu's fireballs, which is our second highlight below.

Alas, it wasn't enough, as Umehara came storming through to close out the set, and advance into grand finals, which is shown in our third highlight.

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NorCal Regionals 2015 results feat. Daigo, Momochi, Bonchan, Infiltration, Kazunoko, Fuudo, Justin Wong, GamerBee and more

Updated: This story has been updated with final results..

NorCal Regionals 2015 is upon us, and as a premiere Capcom Pro Tour event, you can bet there's a lot of competition present.

It's not all about Capcom though, as the event features tournaments in tons of games. This weekend, you'll be able to enjoy high-level matches of Ultra Street Fighter 4, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, Super Smash Bros. Melee, Guilty Gear Xrd SIGN, BlazBlue: Chronophantasma, Under Night In-Birth EXE: Late, Dead or Alive 5: Last Round, Killer Instinct, King of Fighters 13, Project M, Marvel vs. Capcom 2 and Street Fighter 3: 3rd Strike.

There's also Tekken 7 being streamed from the event, so if you're excited to see what this new game has in store for you, make sure to check it out.

As for names expected to show up, the list is beyond impressive - you can expect to see MCZ|Daigo, EG|Momochi, Bonchan, /r/Kappa|Infiltration, Kazunoko, RZR|Fuudo, EG|Justin Wong, Tempo|NYChrisG, AvM|GamerBee, Snake Eyez, EG|PR Balrog, EG|Ricky Ortiz, Filipino Champ, EG|K-Brad, /r/Kappa|Poongko, Liquid|NuckleDu, /r/Kappa|EX Pugera, Chris Tatarian, Filipinoman, Brentt, EH|Velociraptor, CCG|Air, CCG|Chi-Rithy, pH|Hoodaman, pH|LPN, Hsien Chang, MMD|Alex Myers and more.

Streaming duties are being handled by Capcom Fighters, Team Spooky, iPlayWinner and Showdown Smash.

Hit the jump to check out the full action.

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