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Guard Crush - The Revival Marvel vs. Capcom 3 & Super Street Fighter 4AE results, stream archive

Guard Crush - The Revival Marvel vs. Capcom 3 & Super Street Fighter 4AE results, stream archive Team Spooky hosted a live stream of the revival of Guard Crush. Guard Crush has been on a hiatus for a while but it's now back at The Next Level, a New York arcade. The two events are Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition and Marvel vs. Capcom 3.

Because this is the Arcade Edition of SSF4, Evil Ryu will be available for use. Since Oni has not yet been officially released by Capcom, he was banned from play. Click below to scope out some of the results and find an embed of the MvC3/SSF4 Arcade Edition finals.

Svensson debunks Marvel vs. Capcom 3 DLC character rumor

Svensson debunks Marvel vs. Capcom 3 DLC character rumor A rumor has been circulating about who the next DLC fighters for Marvel vs. Capcom 3 will be, but Capcom's Christian Svensson jumped in on the Unity Boards to dismiss these claims. He also briefly talks about obtaining arcade boards and the perception of handheld consoles vs. smartphones in the company.

I read a rumor that all of these characters would be the next DLC fighters made available for Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Is this legit?

Marvel: Dr. Octopus, Juggernaut, Elektra, Apocalypse, Iceman, Thanos and Ms. Marvel.

Capcom: Frank West, Phoenix Wright, Megaman X, Gene, Talbain, Strider, Gail.


Svensson: I'll save you all the trouble... not legit.

I'm looking for a way to legally buy a ROM for Vampire Savior. I heard I need an arcade board to do this, where I can buy one?

Svensson: We don't sell old CPS2 boards unfortunately. You can at times find B boards on Ebay and that's likely about the only source unfortunately these days.

Capcom thinks people are leaving handhelds for smartphones, is this true? — Cxplorer

Svensson: The head of our mobile division, responsible for that part of the business, believes that may be the case. Reading into it beyond that is probably more than you should.

Arcade Live, classic game emulator

Arcade Live, classic game emulator x Who Is Alpha and RPGFighter sent over some information about Arcade Live, an emulation service that allows you to play online against competitors in classic arcade games. EventHubs members in the Forums have praised its functionality and ease of use and are currently using it for Street Fighter III: Third Strike meetups. Alpha has created a good tutorial for setting it up in this forum thread so just follow the tutorial carefully if you are having trouble setting it up.

Arcade Live is very easy to use once you are finished configuring your login, so just drop a post in the thread linked above if you want to play against other forum members in Third Strike. No port forwarding or special network configuration is required on your part to play fighting games with this service online.

There are a lot of excellent features with this program including multi-man lobbies, numerical ping measurements, the ability to save replays and more. Street Fighter III is not the only game that is playable on this system either, so if you want to create meetups for other classic games now is your opportunity.

1UP article discusses the 20th anniversary of Street Fighter II

1UP article discusses the 20th anniversary of Street Fighter II 1UP just recently published an article discussing Street Fighter II's 20th anniversary. A lot of the 1UP staff are interviewed to ask about their experiences with Street Fighter II back in the day, so if you are interested in their relation to this game then check out the article. Here's a grab.

But we gave Street Fighter II a chance anyway, because it looked ridiculously good, even for a Capcom game. And we were stunned. There may have been only a dozen on-screen characters (and you couldn't even control four of them!), but each was huge, unique, and blessed with an embarrassment of animation. The breadth of the fighters' movements was matched by the diversity of their moves and the depth of the possible strategies. Mike Haggar and friends could punch, kick, jump, swing a mean steel pipe, and sacrifice a chunk of health to perform a secret move; the World Warriors could deliver punches and kicks in three different levels of strength apiece, and each of those varied further, contextually, according to the fighters' current stance and motion.

Tip sent in by NowhereMan082.

Community news roundup for March 30, 2011

Community news roundup for March 30, 2011

• Personaworld shows off a unique Trish combo in MvC3's training mode. This combo features rejuggles using Trish's Hopscotch and a linked Maximum Voltage after a Round Harvest in the air. It's also a touch of death combo against Dante, meaning that this combo can finish off 18 out of 36 characters in MvC3 without DHCs or X-Factor.

• Gimpyfish created a video showing how to take advantage of a badly spaced Phantom Dance (Maximum Wesker) in Marvel vs. Capcom 3. This is very much worth watching since this move does appear to be safe at first glance, but there are definitely instances in where you can punish it.

• Snoooootch, a consistent contributor of combo videos and SSF4 content, has released the latest in his Super Freeze videos where he takes a look at Honda's Super Killer Head Ram. If you like this video, make sure you check out the rest of the Super Freeze videos on his channel. This video also contains information on an Arkansas regional tournament with Justin Wong in attendance so watch the whole video if you are interested.

• Geek Studio released an interview with Kayane that was completed at Beat by Contest 2011. The interview is entirely in French, but it has English subtitles. If you'd like to listen to Kayane's fighting game origins check it out.

Super Street Fighter 4 Guy technical tidbits video

Nexttimeillwin sent in a video detailing some tips and techniques for SSF4's Guy. The video goes over how to catch your opponent in frame traps with Guy's Ninja Sickle, and then follows up on how to capitalize on the extra frame advantage of Guy's normals on counter-hit. It then finishes up with how to jump safely against certain reversals and some option selects to beat your opponent's wake-up games.

1v1 & 2v2 Event Modes in Marvel vs. Capcom 3 unlocked

1v1 & 2v2 Event Modes in Marvel vs. Capcom 3 unlocked WestDaniel noticed that Marvel vs. Capcom 3's Event Mode has a few more challenges for players to tackle now, they're numbered 18 & 19 in the menus, previously there were only 17 challenges.

Gamers can now attempt to go through arcade mode in 1v1 or 2v2 battles after accessing new challenges in Event Mode. No patch or update was posted to make them available, and no DLC was used to add them, they unlocked for free when you login to Xbox Live or the PlayStation Network.

In the Brady Games strategy guide for Marvel vs. Capcom 3, a total of 50 Event Mode challenges are mentioned, so it sounds like there's more in store for fans as time goes on.

Marvelous Adventures episode #6, 'Scuba License'

Mike Ross and Gootecks are back with a new episode of Marvelous Adventures after a bit of a break. This is episode #6, titled 'Scuba License'.

In this episode, the duo discusses the recent patch that nerfed Sentinel's health and they also debut new teams.

Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Desk's revenge of the Spencer glitch

Combo video maker extraordinaire, Desk, did a post patch Spencer glitch video for Marvel vs. Capcom 3.

Tip from Oroku_Saki.

Evil Ryu tactics for Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition

GLHF.tv did a new Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition video for Evil Ryu running through many of his attributes and moves, from the range on his Crouching Medium Kick to his dash distance and speed compared to regular Ryu.

Mentioned by Level|Up Series and Marleyklus.

The Break #101 Marvel vs. Capcom 3 tournament videos

Besides the drama that took place, there was some hype Marvel vs. Capcom 3 matches that happened at The Break #101 tournament, which were uploaded by Jaxel, featuring MarlinPie, Josh Wong, DMG.Dr Chaos and Mike Infinite, among others.

Marvel vs. Capcom 3 ships two million units world wide

Marvel vs. Capcom 3 ships two million units world wide Marvel vs. Capcom 3 shipped out two million units world wide, according to the official Japanese website. Keep in mind this is not total sales for the game, just how many were shipped out to retailers.

Previously, Capcom's Christian Svensson told EventHubs that he was pleased with the sales numbers in North America. Also, the game was ranked 1st overall for the month of February in U.S. sales, beating out Call of Duty: Black Ops.

Capcom predicted that Marvel vs. Capcom 3 would sell 2 million units, although the exact sales numbers at this time are not known.

Via AndriaSang.com.

3DS Super Street Fighter IV 4th best seller overall in UK

3DS Super Street Fighter IV 4th best seller overall in UK Super Street Fighter 4 on Nintendo's 3DS has had a strong opening so far, at least in the United Kingdom, taking 4th place in overall game sales and the top spot overall for 3DS games.

GFK Chart Track released the numbers, tracking sales through March 26, 2011, which means the 3DS release performed this well after only being on the market for two days. Here's the top listing.

1. Crysis 2
2. Lego Star Wars Iii: The Clone Wars
3. Homefront
4. Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition
5. Pokemon White Version
6. Pilotwings Resort
7. Pokemon Black Version
8. The Sims: Medieval
9. Rayman 3D
10. FIFA 11

Yatterman-1 Tatsunoko vs. Capcom combos and resets by Oreo311

A new Yatterman-1 Tatsunoko vs. Capcom combo and reset video was posted by Oreo311. Yatterman-1 is called a "sandbox for people who like combos," scope out this video to see why.

Updated: Fight breaks out at tournament, 3 week ban instituted

Updated: Fight breaks out at tournament, 3 week ban instituted Updated: Noel Brown wished to say some things about what went down, his thoughts have been added into this story.

During the Break Weekly #101 tournament, a fight broke out between Noel Brown and Eric "Smooth Viper" Arroyo. The stream announcers and people running the tournament denounced what happened, and both players were reportedly banned from these events for three weeks. After the tournament ended, Noel apologized on the stream.

Because Noel threw the first punch, he was disqualified from the tournament, but Arroyo was allowed to continue. According the commentators, if this happens again a lifetime ban will be instituted.

Real life violence at tournaments has been very rare in our community, but sometimes people let emotions get the best of them and stuff happens that shouldn't. The tournament organizers were very quick to react, though, and clean up this situation.

One of the commentators also said that the owner, Chris Cotty, works very hard to keep The Break going, and it's very difficult to keep arcades running in the USA, so please do what you can to support this organization that reacted quickly and handled the situation.

Here are Noel Brown's thoughts on the situation. Note: These are Noel's thoughts alone, they've only been edited for grammar and foul language.

Noel Brown: First of all, I have no beef with Smooth Viper or anything and we actually hang out outside of tournaments. I know the video shows one thing but only the people there saw how it really went down. First of all, Erik loses first round to 10star... and everything is sweet.


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