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Vivi (Japan's #1 Chun-Li) performs a 218-hit, 840-damage Lightning Kicks loop combo on Dee Jay in Ultra Street Fighter 4

So we've known for a while now that Chun-Li has some really ridiculous Lightning Kicks loop combos. And that Dee Jay has one of the biggest character hurtboxes in the game, making him more susceptible to extended combos.

And we've certainly seen Chun-Li combo loops before, such as the 86-hit one that Desk performed in this CMV.

But a Chun combo that's over 218 hits? 300 hits (our estimation; the combo counter stops at 99 hits) (Edit: Our thanks to szakigeri who wrote in and told us the exact number of hits in the combo)? That does 840 damage on Ultra Combo Double and utilizes three FADCs? Yep, this combo builds up so much meter during its execution that you can actually afford to FADC for a third time.

That's not something we get to see everyday.

Japan's top Chun-Li player Vivi managed to perform a combo like that -- for the first time ever, he noted -- on his live stream this week. See it for yourself below.

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Super Smash Bros. Wii U is getting rave reviews! Check out our roundup here

Super Smash Bros. on Wii U has been officially released today, and a number of online gaming publications have already posted reviews for the popular Nintendo fighter.

So far, it seems that the console version of the latest Smash installment has been very well received by critics. Of the ten different reviews we have listed below, no site gave the game below a 9 / 10 (or 4 / 5).

Hit the jump to check out the latest Super Smash Bros. Wii U scores.

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The RunbizzZack! 1.2 results feat. ChrisG, Clockw0rk, Infrit, Tyrant, Miniboss, and more

The RunbizzZack! 1.2 results feat. ChrisG, Clockw0rk, Infrit, Tyrant, Miniboss, and more Updated: Results and a stream archive have been added to this story.

Earlier: The Super Arcade crew is back again tonight with another installment of their new weekly event, The RunbizzZack!

Games on the docket for this event include Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and Killer Instinct.

As always, if you'd like to follow along with the action, be sure to head over to Super Arcade's Challonge page.

Hit the jump to check out the live stream.

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Chris G shows off some cool UMVC3 tech for Akuma in this tatsu-super 363 hit loop

Chris G has been in the lab apparently developing his Akuma combos and the results are pretty terrifying.

One jump-in scores you nearly 1.3 million damage from this tatsu-super loop.

The best part about this tech is that it's practical. Now a hit from Akuma near the corner means you're eating a super for ever bar of meter he has.

Hit the jump to see Akuma super, then tatsu, then super, then tatsu... then super...

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Smash and Grab goes over the do's and don'ts of Lady Palutena in this character break down

Smash and Grab has graciously put together a character break down video for Lady Palutena.

Being the 'Goddess of Light' we kind of had some high hopes for her as a character in the Smash Series. Despite said hopes, up to this point, she has been regarded as only a mediocre character.

Perhaps this is simply because people haven't given her enough of a chance yet. This video will get any Palutena player off to a good start as it discusses how to utilize her more useful moves as well as why her less useful moves should be avoided.

Smash and Grab always does a great job with specifics. This video will teach you the effects of moves depending on spacing, angle and damage percent.

Hit the jump and check out the video.

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Can't vector, can't tech, can't air dodge, can't jump... My Smash Corner shows us 'true combos' with most of the cast of Smash Bros. 3DS

My Smash Corner has been hard at work creating a new video for your Super Smash entertainment.

This video deals with true combos for all of the cast.

If you force an opponent to slide off a platform MOST characters, specified in the video, cannot recover via jump or tech. This allows you to jab lock combo them.

This leads to an on-spot get up which allows you to follow up with yet another move.

There are already many examples here but the potential with his concept is enormous. It's knowing and understanding tech like this that will separate the goods from the greats.

Click the jump to see!

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Orchid's grenade explosion hitbox reduced, sweeps are now unbreakable and can't be counter broken: Killer Instinct 2.1 patch notes

It's been a busy day in the Killer Instinct world with the release of Kan-Ra game play footage and the announcement for Riptor.

Things continue to chug along as the newest patch details have just been released via the KI forums.

These changes are set to take effect this upcoming Monday the 24th along with the release of Kan-Ra.

As stated during the live stream, Orchid players may feel a little down in the dumps as their character received a few nerfs on her damage and hitboxes.

You can see the list of changes for Orchid as well as for the entire rest of cast by hitting the jump.

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The Street Fighter scientist: Ultrachen takes a closer look at Capcom Cup contender Xian as he rushes down Poongko in this player analysis

UltraChen is back with another edition of World Warriors of Capcom Cup.

This time around they're breaking down Evo 2013 champion RZR|Xian's game play.

This video sees Xian playing in the grand finals of Capcom Pro Tour Asia qualifiers in Korea. He squares off against one of the most offensive players in the game, namely Korea's own Poongko.

Xian puts on an offensive clinic, commands control of the match and seems to be on the attack nearly all of the time.

One of the most notable aspects of Xian's game play is his ability to successfully attack through his opponent's offense. James Chen attribute's this ability to Xian's time spent analyzing the game and knowing just where the gaps in his opponent's offense are.

Really? Who else can wake up sweep against Poongko's Seth and get away with it?

You can view the video by clicking the jump.

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Killer Instinct live stream showcasing brand new character Kan-Ra!

Updated: Stream archive has been added to this story.

Earlier:We've seen the trailer for Killer Instinct's newest family member, Kan-Ra.

But we're not content with just the bare bones... it's not a joke because he's #notamummy...

Awesome jokes aside, this character has piqued our interests because it seems as though he's a breed we've never quite seen before. What exactly is a 'trap grappler' and how does he fair against the play styles of the other characters in the cast?

The Microsoft creative team is streaming the world's first ever glimpse of Kan-Ra in action. We'll get to see his moves as well as combos and basic strategy.

The stream goes live at 10AM PST. Click the jump to see it!

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Kan-Ra's official Killer Instinct season 2 trailer is here, first glimpse of Riptor shown

The time has finally arrived. Those anxiously waiting to see the third Killer Instinct season 2 character in action do not have to wait any longer.

Early this morning, the folks over at Iron Galaxy and Microsoft released the official reveal trailer for Kan-Ra -- KI season 2's third character to be released.

Not only do we get to see some of what this brand new character to the franchise has to offer, but at the very end of the trailer we get our first glimpse at Riptor.

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Hit the jump to check out the trailer.

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Super Smash Bros. Wii U now available on eShop, tiers section and move lists launched here on EventHubs

Updated: Super Smash Bros. Wii U is now available for download on the Nintendo eShop.

Super Smash Bros. Wii U is only hours away from its official release, and we here at EventHubs have been diligently working to bring you updated site sections for launch.

First up, our Super Smash Bros. Wii U tiers have been reset for the upcoming version. Now, registered readers can go in and place votes based on the console version of the game. We didn't delete the 3DS tiers, however. You can still find the archived tiers index and match-up table here on the site.

Additionally, we have officially launched our Super Smash Bros. Wii U move listings. This is the second game to get the "new moves section" treatment (the first being Ultra Street Fighter 4), and these lists are more interactive than ever before! Now, players can vote on how effective each attack is, and write tips about each move to help others in the community gauge their usefulness.

Each character's page also includes useful information such as how popular they are (based on our stats pages), their weight (thanks to Smash Wiki), and more. Not to mention that we have completely overhauled the look of the entire moves section to make them easier to read and access.

Also, if you're looking to get some day 1 games in with opponents near you, be sure to use our Fight Tracker. This nifty feature allows you to search for players up to 1,000 miles away from you, and even find which games/characters they play.

We here at EventHubs got you covered on Super Smash Bros. Wii U launch day.

Omega Mode changes for Dudley, Yun, Hugo, Elena, Ibuki, Yang, and Makoto

Capcom has just gone live with another blog post detailing more Omega Mode changes in Ultra Street Fighter 4.

Tonight's batch focuses on the Street Fighter 3 Third Strike characters: Dudley, Yun, Hugo, Elena, Ibuki, Yang, and Makoto.

Changes include a counter move for Yang, a Dragon Punch for Hugo, and much more.

Below are a couple of previews to get you started.


Sway: We’ve changed Dudley’s Short Swing Blow into a follow-up move, and in return we’re giving him Sway and Sway Back. Sway is done with the light attack. He has upper-body invincibility while he’s posing.

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The medium and fierce versions will give him Sway Back. It’s a much bigger Sway with throw invincibility! Press a punch button during Sway for a new move, Cutting Upper, or press punch during Sway Back for Short Swing Blow.

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Win joysticks or Smash Wii U GameCube controllers with adapters by writing about Ultra Street Fighter 4 or Smash Bros. Wii U

We're very pleased to announce our latest contest, to coincide with the launch of our moves databases for Ultra Street Fighter 4 and Super Smash Bros. Wii U.

To win, all you need to do is leave helpful advice on either section on how to use specific moves, or how to play the characters. Here's an example I wrote for Rose's Soul Spiral in USF4.

Again, the concept is very simple, just leave advice on how to play USF4 or Smash Bros. Wii U. We'll choose the people who submit the best advice — and the more you submit — the better your odds.

For people who leave advice on Ultra Street Fighter 4, we're giving away a Mad Catz (or possibly EightArc) joystick to two different individuals, either for the PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360, and for Super Smash Bros. Wii U, we're giving away a Smash Wii U GameCube controller, plus the USB adapter to three different people. Here are links to each section where you can submit your tips.

Click either logo to access the Moves Database for that game

You can find the official rules after the break.

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Blanka has more useful Red Focus combos than you may have thought! Learn how to utilize the new mechanic as the king of the jungle in USF4

In Ultra Street Fighter 4, some characters utilize Red Focus -- one of the game's new mechanics -- better than others. Characters such as Yun and Evil Ryu have effective uses for the meter-heavy facet, but when you think "Red Focus," you tend not to think of Blanka.

Fortunately for those who main the king of the jungle, Indo Imran did tie the two thoughts together, and as a result has created a combo exhibition to show what Blanka is capable of with Red Focus in USF4.

Much of these combos are practical, so they can easily be adopted and used in actual matches. You'll find setups that leave the opponent open for Ultra, Red Focus after tricky hop mix-ups, and much more.

We've seen a number of helpful resources on the front page of EventHubs lately, and today we add yet another. If you're looking to up your Blanka game, you won't want to miss this video.

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Mewtwo to be paid Super Smash Bros. 3DS/Wii U DLC in the future

Last month, Nintendo announced that Mewtwo would make his return to the Super Smash Bros. universe in the 3DS and Wii U versions of the game. The powerful Pokemon would become available as free DLC only to those who purchase and register both ports. Fans who prefer to own only one version were left wondering if they too would be able to snatch up Mewtwo somehow.

Nintendo revealed just this morning that Mewtwo will actually become paid DLC sometime in the future. As it stands right now, it seems this offer is only available to players in Europe, and we are anxiously awaiting word from the company on whether or not the add-on option will make its way to other regions.

However, those who do happen to purchase and register both the 3DS and Wii U versions of Smash will receive a special treat. Not only will you be rewarded with download codes for Mewtwo on both consoles, but those who register will be sent a copy of the exclusive Super Smash Bros. soundtrack that includes 72 tracks from both versions of the game.

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