Gravity Rush's Kat in Playstation All-Stars can 'move around the screen like nobody else' - currently not working as intended, slighlty broken

Gravity Rush's Kat in Playstation All-Stars can 'move around the screen like nobody else' - currently not working as intended, slighlty broken Push Square recently conducted an interview with Sony Santa Monica's Seth Killian to discuss some of the upcoming Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale DLC. According to Killian, Kat from Gravity Rush will retain some very unique movement capabilities and at her current stage of development, is not quite working as intended.

You can check out a bit from Push Square's article below.

“As for Kat, well, she’s kind of broken right now,” the lead game designer told us. “Again, these [DLC] characters are very early. They’re just sort of mock-ups that still look like other characters. They’ve got bits of other protagonists still stuck on them that we have to rework in order to get them properly finished.”

Assuming the design doesn’t change prior to release, Killian added that the character will feature lots of crazy movement options, and the ability to adapt physics. “Obviously, she’s immune from gravity, and she’ll have the opportunity to exploit that in battle," he said. "She’s got a lot of great combos already actually.”

Seth also added that at this point in time there are no announcements on the Crash Bandicoot front.

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Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus move listings complete on EventHubs

Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus move listings complete on EventHubs We here at EventHubs have put in a good chunk of time completing all the move listings for the characters in Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus. Unfortunately due to my computer breaking down, these are coming to you a week late.

You will find full move listings for all 24 characters on the roster. Now that we've finished up the Guilty Gear guides, you can expect to see the Dead or Alive 5 within the next week.

Please feel free to leave comments, concerns or general feedback in the comment section below or in any of the character guides. We hope you all enjoy these move listings and find them useful.

A.B.A
Anji
Axl
Baiken
Bridget
Chipp Zanuff
Dizzy
Eddie
Faust
I-No
Jam
Johnny
Justice
Kliff
Ky Kiske
May
Millia Rage
Potemkin
Robo-Ky
Slayer
Sol Badguy
Testament
Venom
Zappa

Curleh Mustache 5 trailer - Features crazy moments from past tournaments

Team Spooky has posted a new Curleh Mustache trailer for the upcoming tournament tomorrow featuring AGE|NYChris G, BT|Dieminion, BT|MarlinPie, MH|RayRay, TA|Moons, EMP|Sanford Kelly and many more.

This trailer showcases some of the most hype moments of the past tournaments.
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Street Fighter X Tekken v2013 - Additional changes to certain attacks for Guy and Lars

Tomoaki Ayano is back again with another Street Fighter X Tekken v2013 developer blog. Ayano-San discusses that they are currently taking a second look at Guy's Bushin Gokusaken to give the attack more unity for all the Guy fans. Then he talks the fan feedback on Lars' mid-range feint techniques as they are extremely difficult to use. So they will look into making it easier by tweaking frames and hitboxes.

Hey yo everyone, Tomoaki Ayano here.

This week is the biggest shopping event of the season in America, Black Friday! Hope you’re all buying your loved ones a copy of SFXTK and a PS Vita for Christmas!

In Japan we’re going to have a long weekend starting on Friday, and I can’t wait to go out and breathe the crisp autumn air. I’m probably going to head off to some mountain for a day trip and check out the sights!

This week I wanted to touch upon two general comments regarding the SFXTK Ver. 2013 balance tweaks that crossed my desk recently.

Guy’s Bushin Gokusaken

Since every character in the game can perform a Boost Combo or Cross Rush in SFXTK, some fans have argued that Guy’s classic Final Fight chain combo has relatively low merit, so they wanted us to make some adjustments on it. Previously we detailed how this attack will now launch opponents straight up on hit, but we’re going to continue looking at this attack to give it even more utility for all of Guy’s dedicated fans!

Lars’s Feint Techniques

We’ve gotten feedback from fans saying that Lars’s mid-range feint techniques are extremely difficult to use. We’ll be taking a look at making these moves easier to use from mid-range by tweaking the frames and the hitboxes so that they’re more effective.

That’s it for SFXTK Ver. 2013 for this week!

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Street Fighter X Tekken's PC patches and DLC dev work complete, currently in paperwork phase

Street Fighter X Tekken's PC patches and DLC dev work complete, currently in paperwork phase A Capcom-Unity member jumped into the Ask-Capcom forums to see ther was possibly any update on news for Street Fighter X Tekken on the PC. The console versions already have a date for v2013, but the PC version is still a few patches behind the console.

Christian Svensson jumped in to a little clarifying on the subject and goes on to discuss the what exactly is holding everything up.

Guys,

The dev work is complete. We're in the paperwork phase and Derek is nearly done with his part. Marketing needs to finalize the metadata entry for their parts. There's literally 100 pieces of DLC that the paperwork needs to be done for MS and Valve separately. That's where it's at.

I don't have an ETA from Derek unfortunately on this. That's all the info I have at the moment. As more becomes available (like a date) it will be on Capcom-Unity.

-C

Holiday sale roundup - Games, arcade sticks, Asus lagless monitors and more

Holiday sale roundup - Games, arcade sticks, Asus lagless monitors and more With Black Friday being one of the busiest shopping days of the entire year. I've compiled a list of a ton of sales to help you save money on anything you might need fighting game related.

You will find information on seven different sales from games to arcade sticks to the Asus lagless monitor. From Cross Counter, Newegg, GameStop, Eternal Rival, Hungry Human, BrokenTier and Mad Catz.

Be sure to check them all out after the jump.

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PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale - Entire cast character walkthroughs from IGN

IGN has put together some nicely detailed videos for the entire cast of PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale. All around 2 minutes in length go through each characters moves and highlight some of the better attacks.

Hit the jump to see a full list of all characters.

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Justin Wong's analysis of GamerBee matches in SSF4 AE v2012, explains how to find weaknesses in your own game and improve in latest column

Justin Wong's analysis of GamerBee matches in SSF4 AE v2012, explains how to find weaknesses in your own game and improve in latest column EG|Justin Wong's latest column here on EventHubs explores some of his past matches against AVM|GamerBee in Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition v2012.

The subject of the column is 'What did I do wrong?' and Justin practices what he preaches by taking you through his match at Shadowloo Shadow 2012 where he lost to GamerBee and the steps he took to overcome Adon and how he ended up beating him a short time later at East Coast Throwdown 2012.

If you're hitting walls in your own game and want to know steps to improve, this column is a must read as Wong covers a lot of subjects that will help players at any level. Here's a snip to get you started.

I think a lot of players have potential talent and they could possibly be the next top player, but they might have the jitters and choke in tournament. You think to yourself that wasn't me playing up there, I usually do a lot better when I am playing casuals in my boxers at home.

Here are some things you need to do to improve at the next tournament.

1. Have a video recording of all your matches, win and losses.
2. Study them and try to realize the faults in the matches.
3. Think about what you could have done better (a more damaging combo).
4. Practice against the technique that caused your loss.
5. Run it back the next tournament.

There's a full archive of Justin Wong's columns here on EventHubs, covering many other topics from how to pick up and play new titles, to selecting the right characters.

Overview of Darkstalkers Resurrection's tournament mode, replay saving, tutorial and artwork

Capcom put out new screen shots, artwork and some additional information about Darkstalkers Resurrection recently. They showed off new artwork for Felicia, Morrigan, Demitri and Talbain and offered overviews of the game's tournament mode, replay system, graphic filter, screen modes, tutorial and vault.

Darkstalkers Resurrection will be coming to the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live in Japan on February 7, 2013, according to Famitsu, and releases in other regions are expected around the same time. It will sell for $14.99 or 1,200 Microsoft points.

Hit the jump for many more screen shots and additional information.

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EventHubs Fight Tracker open beta interview, future of program discussed on Cross Counter

I had the chance to sit down with Gootecks of Cross Counter recently about the EventHubs Fight Tracker. A fairly revolutionary new part of the website we've been working on for quite some time to help players in the fighting game community easily connect with one another.

In the clip, we cover an overview of this program while Gootecks runs through a demo of its features. We also talk about the future of the Fight Tracker, going over some extended features we will be working on rolling out in the near future. Check it out below.
Please keep in mind the Fight Tracker is currently in open beta, but we'll be rolling out a full release here in the very near future. Until then, please jump in and tell us what you think. You can also scope out this thread of the EHubs forums for more info and a brief FAQ.

Ricky Ortiz: TAC definitely hurt Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, it's very low risk and extremely high reward

Evil Geniuses have posted a new interview with EG|Ricky Ortiz where he discusses his thoughts on this year's Canada Cup.

They discuss a number of topics from team tournaments, his favorite player, WW|Infiltration and MCZ|Tokido's Akuma, the TAC combos and infinites for Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and more.

Vandole: At Canada Cup 2011, Japan won the team tournament, but many argued it was because they had SF4: Arcade Edition longer and just had the most technology available. Fast forward to this weekend, Japan won the 5-on-5 tournament again. Can you explain how Japan has been able to maintain this skill level despite AE being balanced better? What does America need to do to get that pathos?

Ricky: Japan has a higher concentration of play, so they get to stay sharp and in shape. I feel top USA play is on the exact same level as Japan. Japan just has a higher concentration of players to play against.

Vandole: With TAC’s becoming more and more widely used in UMvC3 and infinites starting to see some actual tournament play, do you think your team of Wolverine/Wesker/Akuma holds up in the emerging metagame? Do you feel the emergence of these extended combos help or hurt the game?

Ricky: TAC definitely hurts the game. It’s very low risk and extremely high reward. It’s already kinda hard for my team to win, but I don’t see myself changing teams since I don’t practice or play the game much. I’m not the biggest of Marvel fans, haha.

Check the full article out over on the Evil Geniuses website.

Wednesday Night Fights - 5.5 PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, UMvC3 TTT2 and SSF4 AE v2012 from Level|Up

Wednesday Night Fights - 5.5 PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, UMvC3 TTT2 and SSF4 AE v2012 from Level|Up Level|Up will be streaming Wednesday Night Fights 5.5 live from Super Arcade in Walnut, California. Tonight's stream will kick off at 9:30 p.m. PDT / 4:30 a.m. GMT.

Tonight, as a special Thanksgiving edition they will be streaming PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition v2012.

Hit the jump to check out the stream.

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Happy Thanksgiving from all of us here at EventHubs

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us here at EventHubs We here at EventHubs wanted to wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving. We wanted to make a quick post to let everyone know how thankful we are to have so many awesome readers.

Without the readers, commenters, people who send in tips or ideas on how to improve the site, EventHubs would not be what it is today, and we would just like to thank you all.

There are many things in the fighting game community and fighting games in general to be thankful for. If you guys are thankful for anything in particular pertaining to our community and would like to express your appreciation, feel free to leave a comment below.

Thanks once again for all of the support through the years.

Updated: Big Two #52 stream featuring Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and SSF4 AE v2012 results and stream archive

Updated: Big Two #52 stream featuring Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and SSF4 AE v2012 results and stream archive Updated: The results and stream archive have been added into the story after the jump.

Tonight's Big Two #52 is being streamed again tonight by Team Spooky from The Next Level arcade in Brooklyn, New York.

They will be streaming Tekken Tag Tournament 2, Persona 4: Arena, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition v2012 over on TwitchTV.

Brackets will be available on Next Level's Challonge.

Hit the jump to check out the stream.

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Weekly event listings November 23 - 29, 2012

Weekly event listings November 23 - 29, 2012 If you have an event you'd like to submit, you can add it into the Events area of the forums or you can send it in via the Contact Us form.

• Brooklyn, New York: Curleh Mustache vol. 5 East Coast Edition, November 24. Many of the East Coast's top Marvel players have been invited including BT|Dieminion, AGE|NYC Chris G, BT|MarlinPie, UVG|Noel Brown, MH|RayRay, TA|Moons, EMP|Sanford Kelly and many others. You can check out the live stream provided by Team Spooky.

• Fukuoka, Japan: First Dead or Alive 5 official tournament Japan qualifier, November 25.

• Cleveland, Ohio: Console Combat Monthly #7 November 2012 Edition, November 25. You can check out a live stream for this event provided by ConsoleCombat.

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