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C. Viper and Sakura engage in a slug fest, Cody shatters the glass, and everyone is corrupted by the Dark Hadou? Street Fighter art from UDON

Tonight we end our news day with a great Street Fighter artwork gallery from the incomparable UDON crew.

Below you will find art pieces featuring many fan-favorite characters illustrated by various UDON artists. C. Viper and Sakura engage in a heated battle, Ryu and Ken spar, and multiple characters get corrupted by the Dark Hadou; there's plenty to see here, so be sure to hit the jump for even more awesome artwork.

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Yipes goes for the Evil Ryu Sako combos on MarlinPie's Cammy, C. Viper, and Decapre - two Marvel greats battle it out in Ultra Street Fighter 4

A few days ago two of the Marvel vs. Capcom series greatest warriors decided to sit down for over an hour of Ultra Street Fighter 4 practice.

IFC Yipes and BT|MarlinPie took to the USF4 battlefield in order to run a solid set of matches. Yipes sticks with Evil Ryu throughout the entire duration of bouts, while MarlinPie switches between Cammy, C. Viper, and Decapre.

Although these two players aren't known for actively competing in Street Fighter 4 series tournaments, they do an excellent job of showing how their vast fighting game knowledge and experience transfers over.

You can catch all of the action below.

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Daigo attending special tournament to honor 10th anniversary of EVO moment #37, event organized by Super Arcade

The official Super Arcade Twitter account has announced today that they will be holding a special event this November to celebrate the 10th anniversary of EVO moment #37. In order to properly pay homage, the tournament will be held where the legendary Daigo parry took place -- Cal Poly Pomona's Ursa Major Hall.

Not only that, but The Beast himself, MCZ|Daigo Umehara, along with his sponsor, Mad Catz, are confirmed to be in attendance.

The tournament is set to take place on November 21-23, and Super Arcade has stated that we can expect to learn more about this special event very soon.

If for some reason you have never seen the incredible Daigo parry against EG|Justin Wong in Street Fighter 3 Third Strike, you can check it out below.

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Happy birthday to the Street Fighter poster child: Ryu turns 50 today

We have had a number of readers write in to inform us that today is a very special day in the Street Fighter universe.

The wandering warrior and Street Fighter poster child, Ryu, celebrates his 50th birthday today. Now I know that many of your are thinking, "but DreamKing, Street Fighter has only been around since 1987!"

Although you are correct in stating that fact, Ryu's bio from the Super Nintendo port of Street Fighter 2 indicates that he was actually born on July 21, 1964.

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Fun fact: T. Hawk also celebrates his birthday today.

Via Polygon. Submitted by GothLawyer, zUkUu, Mastr3, and a few anonymous readers.

Target combo into Super beats Zangief's EX Running Grab, devastating mix-ups, comebacks, perfects, and more: This USF4 Dudley reel sure is stylish

Mr. Kimokoan, known for putting a ton of flashy maneuvers into his Dudley play, recently posted an Ultra Street Fighter 4 highlight compilation of his gentleman boxer putting in work.

There are some excellent clips here that really do a stellar job of showing what Dudley is all about. Reading Zangief's EX Running Grab and countering with target combo xx Super isn't the only slick moment you'll find here, as there are numerous perfects, comebacks, huge-damage combos, and more.

Check it out below and let us know what you think!

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Tekken 7's PC release possibly leaked by Amazon

Today an image has been floating around of showing Tekken 7 listed for PC release. While the image itself looks fairly legitimate and has been reported on by a number of news sources, it should be noted that when we were unable to locate the product on Europe's Amazon. Also, the image leaves out the exact web address, instead displaying only a lowercase "tekken 7" in the search bar.

Nonetheless, here's the original image making its rounds around Twitter to help you decide whether it's another major hint or simply a grab for attention.

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Image source: Chris Thomason via Aris's Twitter.

Poison can completely avoid low attacks by simply rising from a crouch state in USF4; grants her instant, full punishes

Updated: Capcom's Peter Rosas has informed us that they are aware of the problem and that a fix for it will be included in the upcoming patch.

In a bizarre glitch uncovered by Japanese player Ukeuked, Ryu's normally timed sweep can be seen whiffing entirely on Poison when she rises from a crouch. While this alone would be significant, Eventhubs's own DreamKing has discovered that a decent amount of the cast's low attacks are utterly useless on Poison after a neutral stand.

In order to perform this glitch, all you have to do is rise from a crouching state. During Poison's transition from crouching to standing, low attacks seem to whiff entirely allowing her to score an instant, full punish (if timed correctly.)

Check below to see the original GIF of Ryu's whiff and a list of confirmed attacks the glitch neutralizes.

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Ready to master Ultra Street Fighter 4's Yun? Comprehensive tutorial covers everything from footsies to frametraps

Tromso TV has released one of the most comprehensive Ultra Street Fighter 4 character guides. Detailing Yun, the 21 minute tutorial covers everything from option selects, pokes, frame traps, and practical combos.

The video even gives ideas on how to handle yourself against certain types of players and members of the game's cast.

Check below for your Yun crash course.

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Which grand finals was the most watched at Evo 2014? Ranking the viewership per game

The various finals of Evo 2014 weren't the only wild ride last weekend. Viewership numbers varied greatly between the different grand finals, peaking at 149,470 fighting game fans simultaneously watching the action on

Fortunately, Beast Note has gone through the trouble of tracking all of Sunday's ratings throughout the collection of grand finals sets. Using this information, we've ranked each game's peak by live viewership. Again, it should be mentioned that this only ranks the grand finals sets from Sunday; there was no data listed for King of Fighters or Tekken.

Check below to see which grand finals attracted the most attention.

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Infiltration playing Decapre, PR Balrog fighting Xiao Hai, and more – Ultra Street Fighter 4 footage of Evo 2014

Updated: The article incorrectly made the assumption that these matches were taken after hours at Evolution 2014. In actuality, these matches are footage from the tournament itself.

With more footage pouring out from Evo 2014, Team Spooky has recently uploaded off-screen video of matches taken place during the tournament.

Included in this set of videos is Infiltration playing as Decapre against Veloc1raptor, EG|PR Balrog against QANBA|Xiao Hai, Santosu's Poison against Kazunoko, as well as footage of EG|Momochi against HeyZeus777's Adon.

Look below for videos of the action.

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Street Fighter 4 Producer Yoshinori Ono will be at San Diego Comic-Con – 'May be a surprise or two'

A recent tweet from Ultra Street Fighter 4 producer Yoshinori Ono has revealed he will be at San Diego Comic-Con. Furthermore, the link he provides to Capcom's event page shows both a Street Fighter focused panel along with a general Capcom panel and signing.

While Yoshinori Ono has a reputation for hints, the fact that an hour long Street Fighter panel guest-starring Ono-san has been slated for the convention is bound to draw some attention. Not only that, but Capcom-Unity's website has mentioned there may be a surprise or two in store.

Check below to find out more about Capcom at San Diego Comic-Con along with the schedule for relevant events.

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Fan-made trailer: Rhythm Heaven's Glee Club chorus kids join Super Smash Bros. Wii U/3DS in this awesome animated video

Kimmotman recently put together an awesome, fan-made trailer for three characters (counting as one character slot) that many fans are hoping will still make it into Super Smash Bros. Wii U and 3DS.

Rhythm Heaven's Glee Club chorus kids enter the fray, and this short, animated video does a great job of introducing them.

Although this trailer is short and sweet, it is incredibly well made and in my opinion could pass for the actual reveal trailer if these fighters are in fact introduced into the Smash Bros. universe.

Editor's note: I'd like to point out once more that this is not an official announcement trailer and merely a fan-made project. Check it out below and let us know what you think!

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An exceptional read countered by one amazing backdash: Luffy narrowly escapes Eita's ultra 2 in this animated GIF from EVO 2014

Throughout EVO 2014 there were a multitude of matches played and more hype moments/top level tactics than we could even begin to count. An animated GIF was recently sent to us that perfectly captured one of these moments from the Ultra Street Fighter 4 tournament at the event.

Eita (Akuma) and MD|Luffy (Rose) went head-to-head in a top 32 match on stream, and during the second round the former made an exceptional read on the Rose player, predicting his EX Soul Spiral on wake up.

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Teleporting backward and cancelling into Akuma's ultra 2 seemed to be the best answer, but Luffy was able to recover from the whiffed attack just in the nick of time, and escape with a perfectly timed backdash.

This is just one of those plays that may have slipped through the cracks during the chaotic EVO weekend, but definitely deserves to be witnessed by anyone interested. What do you think of this great escape? Let us know in the comments below.

Rose artwork via IIReII. Submitted by XBOX720P.

'Europe lacks the competition that America offers; it's a HUGE disadvantage for me' - Armada on SSBM, SSB4 and more in EventHubs' exclusive interview

With EVO 2014 over and done, we took the chance to catch up with Super Smash Bros. Melee 3rd placer, Empire Arcadia's very own Armada, who has also remained one of the most consistent players, counted among the so-called "big 5" of Super Smash Bros. Melee, alongside two-time EVO champion C9|Mango, EVO runner-up Crs|Hungrybox, APEX 2014 champion EG|PPMD and fellow teammate and constant top-placer EMP|Mew2King.

In the interview, Armada touched upon recent tournament results, matchups in the game, and thoughts on the upcoming Super Smash Bros. 4. Below, you'll find a snippet to get you started.

MajinTenshinhan: It's no secret that in the Melee scene, there are five players considered a cut above the rest - C9|Mango, Crs|Hungrybox, EG|PPMD, EMP|Mew2King and yourself, and it's been like this for a very long time. Despite this, you faced difficulties against fellow Swedish player Leffen at both BEAST 2 and Republic of Fighters 3 earlier this year.

After your losses, you returned in full force and went on a massive tear at several US tournaments, most notably winning CEO 2014, placing second at MLG: Anaheim and getting a strong third place just recently at EVO 2014. Do you feel as if you have any issues playing against Leffen specifically, or do you feel as if you were simply going through a rough patch at the time?

EMP|Armada: A lot of people still don't want to accept the fact that I barely played Melee at all in 2013. When I did, I never touched my PEach either, because I had no will to play the game. Leffen is also an extremely good player, and we have played in a lot of tournaments over the years.

When it comes to the Peach matchup, I do believe that he is insanely good, which of course makes it hard for me to play against him. So if we include him being very good at the game, and in that specific matchup, and also me having a long break, I think the result was understandable. We haven't played since Republic of Fighters, but I'm confident that our next set would be great.

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The real Alex Myers or simply an impostor? Gootecks, Mike Ross, and Max exchange kind words with XBL's #3 Sakura in Ultra Excellent Adventures ep.23

The good folks over at Cross Counter have uploaded the latest installment of Ultra Excellent Adventures.

Marking the 23rd episode in the series, Gootecks, Mike Ross, and Maximilian continue to battle any online opponent that crosses their path.

Today the boys come across Xbox Live's #3 Sakura who they suspect is none other than the SoCal sensation, Alex Myers. The gamertag he is playing under, "SakDaddyMyers," could mean he is simply an impostor, however.

Below you will find all of the latest Ultra Excellent Adventures action.

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