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Excellent Adventures: Season 2 Ep. 5, Cheaters Never Win

The newest episode of Excellent Adventures is up now, it's titled Cheaters Never Win.

Here's a quick rundown of what you can expect, as Filipino Champ, Ricky Ortiz and John Choi join in on the trolling.

In this extended episode, Filipino Champ makes things interesting by bringing out Seth against a feisty Hakan, then putting his own unique twist on the ONE BUTTON CHALLENGE! Ricky gives us a look at his Cammy in a rematch with someone from the last episode! And Mike Ross brings out his famed E. HONDA for the FIRST TIME EVER on Excellent Adventures, and does so with an ALL OCHIO CHALLENGE! Will saltiness ensue?? (Yes.)

Sydney Summer Slam tournament combo video

A combo video, made for the Sydney Summer Slam, created by CPS2 was posted. This runs through multiple Capcom fighting games, like Alpha 2 and 3, plus many other past titles.

Submitted by kSummer.

DontTaseMeBro's funny and cool moments compilation

DontTaseMeBro sent in his latest compilation of funny and cool moments in Street Fighter games past and present and it even has a little Marvel thrown in. While you may have seen some of these clips before, there is some fresh material and the editing and music is solid, so it's worth checking out.

Gouken combos, resets & mixups from RuLeZ, Stiffler2100 members RuLeZ and Stiffler2100 crafted new Gouken videos for Super Street Fighter 4. Both focus on combos, resets and mixups for this character and the first video features the music of CalciusRepton.

Hit the jump for Stiffler2100's footage.

Capcom: Don't believe all Marvel vs. Capcom 3 rumors, roster news

Capcom: Don't believe all Marvel vs. Capcom 3 rumors, roster news Capcom staffers left a not so subtle message about some of the rumors floating around recently concerning Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Christian Svensson also jumped in to inform fans that they will likely know the entire roster before the game is launched on February 15, 2011, and he went on to talk about how MvC2's re-release came to be.

I read a rumor that there is only 8 stages in Marvel vs. Capcom 3, what gives?

Svensson: I'll warn you not to believe everything you read on the Internet.

So, we're getting more than 8 stages?

Svensson: As a warning, I didn't say there were more, or less. I just said, beware what you read because not everything you read is true.

Shortly before Jump Festa, rumors had started via a Twitter account that there would be new characters revealed, Capcom left this message on their MvC3 Facebook page after the expo ended.

Good night true believers. Don't believe everything you read on the interwebz.

Hit the link below for the rest of the article.

Arcade releases enhanced, Sven excited about Street Fighter 3 Online

Arcade releases enhanced, Sven excited about Street Fighter 3 Online Capcom's Christian Svensson made a few posts about general topics recently on the Unity Boards.

His answers don't dwell on any particular topic, but he does mention that Capcom's arcade ports are not just a straight emulation job, which given recent history, should be a trend that continues, and he adds that he's jazzed about Street Fighter 3 Third Strike Online Edition, which should get fans even more hyped up for the upcoming re-release.

Why are there no Capcom arcade classics on the Xbox Live Game Room?

Svensson: The online group in Tokyo has been responsible for that side of the business. It has been in, "wait and see," mode to see how Game Room was going to work out/what the quality of the emulation was going to be and what features were going to be added over time. Last I'd heard, we're still in that mode.

And while that may work itself out someday, in the mean time when you look at Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo HD Remix, Super Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo HD Remix, Final Fight/Magic Sword, Bionic Commando Rearmed I/II (and when you see what we're doing with Street Fighter 3: Online Edition), we've been greatly enhancing our arcade efforts rather than just straight emulation.

Tell me what you're doing with Street Fighter 3 Third Strike Online Edition!

Svensson: Not a chance... this is one of the projects I'm most excited about and we're keeping things under wraps until we're much closer to release. :-X

Cross Counter: Season 3 episode 2, 2010 Recap

The latest Cross Counter with Gootecks and Mike Ross has been posted. The guys recap the 2010 year with a top 5 list, cover recent events and analyze a JSMaster (Balrog) vs. Mago (Fei Long) SSF4 match.

Tip from ActRmx.

EVO Online results, battle log, bracket and archived video

EVO Online results, battle log, bracket and archived video The top 16 remaining players in the EVO Online Super Street Fighter 4 tournament on Xbox Live faced off today.

Some notable players made the finals, like BLG.Vangief, BLG.Filipino Champ and Alex Valle.

The full results, a battle log and archived video are all available after the jump. You can also check out the bracket here.

3 Green Bars Season Finale: Japan

The Season Finale of 3 Green Bars has been posted by CptMunta.

Here's a blurb about this episode.

This is the final jumbo sized episode in this series of 3 Green Bars. This episode I'm in Tokyo Japan on a quick 3 day stopover. It was post SBO and the middle of the week so I was having trouble getting in contact with the english speaking community there.

I was lucky enough to speak with Paul from the UK who is now living in Tokyo and we discuss how the stigma of be a hardcore gamer has changed and retro gaming.

I talk to Bull410 the host of Final Round Japan, a ranbat series which he runs with Scott Popular, which has top players like Tokido and Mago entering. We talk about FRJ, God's Garden, SBO, Super SF4 being on consoles, Marvel 3 and CAPCOM FIGHTING ALLSTARS!

I also visit Tokyo's most famous arcade hotspots.

Guile alt. costumes Super Street Fighter 4 video, other cast members

MoD1ns1d3 created a video mainly showcasing Guile's new alternative costume in Super Street Fighter 4, but he also runs through most of the other cast member's costumes that haven't been released yet — plus shows a few nifty tricks along the way.

Also sent in by Mr. Clack.

Community news roundup for December 18th

Community news roundup for December 18th

• SpotATrain and DontTaseM3Bro posted another clip in their funny and cool moments series, this is volume 3.

• Capcom is giving away 5 game codes if you can successfully guess the next two characters revealed for Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and the date they'll be announced on, via their Facebook page.

• RawGamePlay has an interview with Empire Arcadia's Triforce.

• GazettiSF created some SSF4 mishaps clips, which show some odd things in game. Clip 1 | Clip 2

Super-Skrull Marvel vs. Capcom 3 analysis by Sumoslamman

Super-Skrull Marvel vs. Capcom 3 analysis by Sumoslamman Sumoslamman, is back with another article in his series of Marvel vs. Capcom 3 character analysis. This one focuses on Super-Skrull and breaks down several of his videos to give you a better idea of how he plays.


From what we can see here, it looks like Skrull’s normals are insanely quick with ok range. He also has decently fast back and forward dashes (Video 1 – :45). Not much else to say really. One thing to note however; in the air Skrull has what appears to be a command normal that stops his forward momentum and sends him careening to the ground much like Hayato’s aerial roundhouse in MVC2 (Video 3 – 2:44). It might act as an overhead and looks like it causes a radial explosion effect in front of Kl’rt (Video 3 – 2:45).


Tenderizer: Skrull unleashes a barrage of elastic arm, rock fist punches. This move hits OTG and bounces the opponent up for some hyper punishments (Video 3 – 2:03). It also hits horizontally (Video 3 – 2:30), and acts as an anti-air (Video 1 – 2:45). It can also be utilized in the air at a downward and upward angle but for fear of filling this page with embedded videos you can check out this link. Skrull does it at 2:05 in the video. The Tenderizer looks wickedly difficult to punish simply because it comes out fast, has insane range, can hit low, and can be cancelled into hypers. Sick.

You can find an index of this series of Marvel vs. Capcom 3 character analysis here on the forums.

Street Fighter Alpha 2 - Combo Review: Ken

The Street Fighter Zero 2 blog has posted their latest combo video, this time for Ken. Video by Keiko.

Community news roundup for December 17th

Community news roundup for December 17th

• AusGerCo. has a bunch of photos of Street Fighter papercraft figures, spotted this via Capcom-Europe.

• Kim1234 and Air have a few more SSF4 AE videos up on their YouTube channel.

• Capcom-Unity uploaded more footage from the Food Fight held in Los Angeles recently. Gootecks and Mike Ross also attended and uploaded their own video of the event, mentioned by Greysix.

• Tokido wrote on his blog that he feels Akuma is still top tier in SSF4 AE, and Nemo is also playing Arcade Edition, and his Yang has over 10,000 BP now.

• IPlayWinner has video interviews with Gootecks and Tatsu. Sent in by ActRmx.

Capcom Store offering TE FightSticks for $99

Capcom Store offering TE FightSticks for $99 The Deal of the Week on the Capcom Store is Mad Catz Tournament Edition FightSticks for $99. While this is an offer that's come up several times at other retail outlets, the Capcom Store offers shipping to some countries outside of the U.S., so if you've seen a deal like this in the past, but haven't been able to take advantage of it because of where you live, it's worth seeing if you can get this shipped out to you.

This offer is good for players living in the U.S. of course, too.

Also, the Mad Catz buy one get one deal is still going on via the GameShark store, so if you'd rather get two sticks instead of one, this is a great hook up.

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