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Smug faces Tampa Bison in an intense main event, Sonyono's Ibuki battles Boeken's Abel: UFN replays ft. Shine. Native Impact, and more

PandaxGaming kicked off their Ultimate Fight Night series in which a handful of great players partook in excellent Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition v2012 exhibition matches.

The main event of the evening featured PIE|Smug's incredibly hype Dudley going up against the giant killer, EMP|Tampa Bison. Additionally, Sonyono and his combo-heavy Ibuki faced off against Boeken's Abel in the co-main event.

We've got all of the replays here for you to check out, and after the jump you'll find other sets featuring FNEX|Shine, AG|Native Impact, Volcanic Akuma, and more. Catch all of the action after the break.

Level|Up adds PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale Spring tournament series to The Runback line-up, win a PlayStation 4 console by competing

It has been quite some time since PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale made headlines, but today we've got some news for you. In honor of the upcoming balance patch that Sony Santa Monica will be releasing for the game, the Level Up crew will launch the PSABR Spring tournament series.

Running from April 10 - June 26, the Spring tournament series will be taking place every Thursday night at Level Up's weekly event, The Runback. Competitors will have the opportunity to win various Sony games and merchandise, but two lucky winners will walk away with a PlayStation 4 console.

The Spring season winner will be awarded with a PS4 console, and another PS4 will be given to the player with the most tournament entries, who will become known as the "Most Dedicated Player". Hit the image below for the info.


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The Runback takes place every Thursday night at Super Arcade in Walnut, California. You can find all of the action on Level|Up's Twitch channel, beginning at 9:30 p.m. PST / 12:30 a.m. EST.

Source: Level|Up. Tip sent in by AriesWarlock.

K-Brad and Infiltration join Gootecks and Mike Ross' latest installment of Excellent Adventures, ep. 10-13 available for purchase/rent now

Gootecks and Mike Ross have returned to the world of Excellent Adventures, and this time, they aren't alone.

Coming straight from SoCal Regionals 2014, FNEX|K-Brad and Infiltration join the Wyld Stallyns of Street Fighter on their quest to rule the online world.

Episodes 10-13 of Excellent Adventures is now available over on their website. You can rent the latest installment for $2.99 USD, or purchase the whole thing for $4.99.

As usual, the episodes will air each Sunday, but if you are as impatient as us, you may want to pick it up now. Hit the jump to check out the trailer, and see what the latest Excellent Adventures has in store.

Justin Wong and PR Balrog both looking to play Elena in USF4, 'Rog also likes Decapre; JWong would add SF Alpha custom combos if he could

Ultra Street Fighter 4 official release is only a couple of months away, and in order to bring everyone up to speed, USGamer put together an article that recaps everything you'd need to know about Ultra so far. Additionally, the publication managed to get opinions about the upcoming SF4 series update from two of the fighting game community's best: EG|Justin Wong and Eduardo "EG|PR Balrog" Perez.

When on the subject of character choice, both Evil Geniuses expressed that they have an interest in learning Elena once Ultra drops. Justin went on to say that he feels Elena will "compensate for a lot of [Rufus'] bad matchups for my particular play-style."

PR 'Rog is looking forward to trying out Elena as well, but he also noted interest in Decapre, Ultra Street Fighter 4's 5th character. According to 'Rog, he was quite impressed by the reveal trailer at Final Round 17, and may want to give her a go once the game is released.

Hit the jump to continue reading.

Capcom and Virgin Gaming announce Street Fighter Online series, online tournaments for Capcom Pro Tour points

Capcom has announced this morning that they will be partnering up with Virgin Gaming once again to bring us the Street Fighter Online Series.

Players in North America, South America and Europe will be eligible to participate in regional online tournaments. The top 16 winners from each region will be awarded points that count towards the overall Capcom Pro Tour standings.

There are six spots available on the Capcom Cup line up that will be awarded to the players who have obtained the highest number of points throughout the year.

The Street Fighter Online Series is being held for players who cannot make it out to live events, and it will be kicking off next Tuesday, April 8.

Source: Capcom Pro Tour and Capcom Unity.

Topanga World League announced ft. Daigo, Wao, PR Balrog, Xian, Infiltration, and more; April 10-13

It has been officially revealed this morning that a "Topanga World League" will be kicking off on April 10 - 13 of this year. As usual, there will be 8 players competing in a Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition v2012 first-to-7 round robin tournament, and much like each of the previous Topanga Leagues, this event will be stacked with talent.

This event has 1,500,000 yen (roughly $15,000 USD) going to the 1st place winner, 500,000 yen (about $5,000 USD) to 2nd place, and 250,00 yen (a little over $2,400 USD) to 3rd.


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You can check out the full player list, along with characters to be used, after the jump.

Ryan Hart: Decapre is not a Cammy clone, she adds new elements and possibilities to Street Fighter

There are not many people who have had experience against Decapre in Ultra Street Fighter 4, but after winning Final Round 17, Ryan Hart got time against the newly announced fighter, controlled by Capcom's Peter Rosas.

Hart took to the blogosphere after the exhibition and shared some thoughts about the character, notably saying she's not a Cammy clone and she adds new elements and possibilities to Street Fighter.

"[Her] mid-air teleport almost felt Marvel-like in the way she could just be on top of you then still have the Psycho Stream (ultra-fireball) chasing me down," Hart wrote.

On the subject of her Scramble attack, which has been mentioned by the developers many times as her signature move, Hart said that the follow up ground pound can hit on either side.

"It appeared her ground pound could land in front or behind, it would be interesting to test this out a bit more. I'm hoping it doesn't become another rinse and repeat move similar to Viper’s flame kick now," he said.

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Capcom cuts profit forecast by 51.5% for fiscal year, 'special loss' primarily due to mobile business

Capcom cut their profit forecast by 51.5% for the fiscal year, ending on March 31, 2014 (yesterday).

The company had previously expected to post a profit of 6.8 billion yen (about $66 million USD) but is now anticipating a net income of 3.3 billion yen (about $31.9 million USD), which is a considerable drop from their forecasted earnings.

The company is obviously still making money, although they're making less of it than previously anticipated.

The alteration to their profit forecast was blamed primarily on the mobile market, as those aspects of their business "have not yet started to produce benefits."

In more positive news, Capcom saw an increase of 4.6% in net sales forecast, attributing the performance gains to Monster Hunter 4, and a slot-machine game Monster Hunter Gekka Raimei.

The company expects things to turn around primarily due to the launch of major titles.

Source: Capcom's Investor Relations page.

Mortal Kombat Legacy season 3 in the cards? Director wants to get involved again after quitting

Back in October of last year, the man often associated with breathing new life into live action Mortal Kombat productions dropped out of the upcoming movie and web series, but now it's looking like he wants to get involved again.

Kevin Tancharoen, who directed season 1 and 2 and Mortal Kombat Legacy said they started talking about season 3 recently.

"We are starting to talk about it [Legacy Season 3] literally this week (knock on wood). I'm starting to talk to Warner Bros. and the video game creators, so hopefully we can see it through," he said.

Hit the jump to read more.

Two teams, tons of tech, but whose is better? The Marvelous Vikings showcase amazing combos, resets and mixups for their respective UMvC3 squads

The guys over at Marvelous Vikings have put together two exceptional Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 combo videos.

Showcased here are two different teams: Spider-Man, Magneto, Dr. Doom, and Super-Skrull, Spencer, Rocket Raccoon. The players take turns showing off crazy tech with their respective squads, and there is some really great stuff to check out.

Each video has a few humorous real-life scenes thrown into the mix, but there is a bit of language NSFW in them.

Hit the jump to check out these Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 tech compilations, and let us know which team you felt was the best in the comments below.

OMH: Oni may be a top 10 character; he has few bad matchups - UK's best Oni player talks Hypespotting 3, only losing to Ryan Hart at the event, & more

This past weekend, SFO|OverMostHeads, known as the UK's best Oni player, competed in the Hypespotting 3 major tournament in Glasgow, Scotland. Though this happened to be his first real major tournament, he managed to score a 3rd place victory, and only suffered losses to Ryan Hart throughout the entire event, (first being knocked into losers by Hart, then eventually getting eliminated).

EventHubs' UK correspondent Zombie Brian conducted an in-depth interview with OMH, and in this piece we get a bit of the Oni player's back-story, details on his experience as an online warrior, his thoughts on where Oni stacks up against the rest of the cast, and more.

Below is a snippet to get you started. Be sure to read the remainder of the interview after the break.

ZombieBrian: Where about in the UK are you from?

OverMostHeads: Born and raised in Bradford, West Yorkshire.

ZombieBrian: Good scene there?

OverMostHeads: Yes actually. We have SFO (Sunday Face Off) monthly tournaments in Leeds. It is a rapidly expanding scene here with every tournament gaining more and more entrees.

Ken is not Ryu; he has blonde hair and red clothes: Watch as he tries to prove his individuality in Pete Holmes' latest Street Fighter skit

Pete Holmes has once again aired a Street Fighter themed skit on his late-night talk-show, The Pete Holmes Show.

In this comedy bit, Ken tries to prove that he is exactly what the Street Fighter 2 tournament needs. Unfortunately for him, Pete Holmes is quick to point out that Ken shares a few too many similarities with Ryu, who is also already competing in the tournament.

Last week, we saw Dhalsim try to make his way into the Street Fighter 2 tournament, but to no avail. Hit the jump to see if Ken can make a convincing enough case for himself.

It's the year of the clone characters: Skullgirls Encore introduces Fukua, the fully-playable Filia clone

Lab Zero truly does believe in taking an April Fool's joke to the extreme. This year, they have unveiled a "brand new" fighter to the Skullgirls Encore universe: a Filia clone named Fukua.

The trailer released for this new fighter may look eerily familiar, (if you tuned into Final Round 17 last month), and shows off what she is capable of. Although this character has been revealed in jest, the beauty of it all is, she is actually fully playable on PC.

Fukua may reuse some of the animations that Filia has, however, she does have some unique moves and color palettes. Below are some screenshots to get you started.


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Hit the jump to view her trailer and move list.

Another character that doesn't need Red Focus: Desk shows the power of Gen's stance switch parry in SSF4 AE v2012

Combo extraordinaire Desk returns today with a brand new Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition v2012 video featuring Gen. This time around, Desk utilizes Gen's ability to "parry" attacks using a focus attack kara cancelled into a stance change.

When this technique is used, Gen can absorb a hit without having to perform the mandatory forward or backdash that most every other character on the roster has to. Because the recovery is so much faster, Gen can absorb multi-hitting attacks, which looks a lot like Ultra Street Fighter 4's Red Focus mechanic.

As expected, Desk shows off some very impressive sequences in this video, but he doesn't stop there. The legendary content creator also uploaded a video tutorial that shows how to perform this Gen technique, complete with examples and a view of his hands for reference.

Hit the jump to check everything out.

Final Fantasy X Street Fighter artwork - Sakura, Cammy, Chun-Li and more cosplay as characters from Square Enix's universe

Crossing over two of the more popular franchises in video games, Tir Na Nog Industries thought it would be interesting to dress up various Street Fighter characters as Final Fantasy counterparts.

Below you'll find artwork of Chun-Li (Fang), Rose (Rydia), Cammy (Rikku and Fran), Elena (Fran), Charlie (Balthier) and Sakura (Lightning).

Some may consider these images somewhat NSFW, so proceed with that in mind.



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