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801 Strider is featured in nearly every moment, but who took the number one spot? See Capcom Fighter's top 5 moments from CEO 2015 here

From incredible game play across multiple titles to huge upsets and wild theatrics, CEO 2015 was one of the most hype tournaments of the year.

Capcom Fighters have selected their top five moments from the weekend and have organized them into another one of their Pro Tour count downs. Certainly it must've been hard to choose just five from this jam-packed event.

These count downs focus on the Capcom Pro Tour, so all of the moments here involve Street Fighter 4. Sorry in advance, but that means EG|K-Brad's Stone Cold entrance is disqualified.

Still, with amazing performances from players like MCZ|Mago, Kazunoko, MCZ|Daigo and others, this countdown is sure to entertain. Hit the jump to check out the list.

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'Its players are artists, performing principles of artistic composition' - the Public Broadcasting System tips their hat to the Street Fighter crowd

Yet another example of the FGC reaching through into the public limelight. The Public Broadcasting System has done a short segment on Street Fighter, bridging our niche community to general audiences, hopefully giving the latter a better understanding and appreciation for what we do.

PBS analyzes the basics of footsies, zoning and fighting game strategy to help give the layman an idea of exactly what's going on in a Street Fighter match. It certainly isn't an exhaustive dissection, and yes, their execution isn't exactly on point, but that's not the point.

As highlighted in the opening moments of the segment, the community should be proud that we've carried our hobby forward with such vigor and hype that we're now impressing other sectors of society.

Just a few things you'll learn in the video: How to play Street Fighter, the corner is Street Fighter purgatory and Dhalsim has Laffy Taffy arms... hit the jump to see it.

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Over two hours of quality Street Fighter 5 footage ft. F-Word, Shoryusengan, RMZ, and more - WSO Sessions

Last week's WSO Sessions exchanged Ultra Street Fighter 4 for the current build of Street Fighter 5. As such, a handful of the UK's strongest fighters were given the chance to try out the upcoming Capcom fighter.

Today, we have over two hours of awesome Street Fighter 5 footage featuring players such as F-Word, UM|Shoryusengan, UM|RMZ, and more.

Throughout the sets we get to see quite a bit of Ryu and Nash in action, but you'll also see play from the other characters on the current roster.

For your daily fix of Street Fighter 5, be sure to hit the jump.

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Bill Trinen, interpreter for Shigeru Miyamoto and Senior Product Marketing Manager for Nintendo of America, will be competing at EVO in Smash 4

Main purpose of Street Fighter 5's beta is to test out online infrastructure; Sony key in assisting with cross platform play

A clever Redditor, Jer-Bear92, noticed a familiar name pop up in pool D46 for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. The name registered was TH|Trintroll.

That name suggests Bill Trinen, Senior Product Marketing Manager for Nintendo of America. Despite his job title, most gamers would recognize him as Shigeru Miyamoto's interpreter. The TH most likely stands for Nintendo Treehouse.

While this might have been interpreted as simple trolling, Trinen actually confirmed it to be true on Twitter this morning! Apparently, the Nintendo employee plays Rosalina.

Check out his confirmation below.

Sources: Smash Bros. Subreddit and Bill Trinen's Twitter.

TOPANGA Charity Cup 5 results ft. Daigo, Momochi, NEMO, Mago, Bonchan, Kazunoko, Tokido and many more

With over 1,100 people in the tournament itself, the fifth TOPANAGA Charity Cup was held today in Japan. Notable players including MCZ|Daigo Umehara, MCZ|Mago, EG|Momochi, RZR|Xian, Bonchan, RZR|Fuudo, Poongko, FA|Ryan Hart, EG|Justin Wong, Kazunoko, BT|NEMO, MCZ|Tokido, HORI|Sako and quite a few others participated in the 5v5 team event.

This time around, players weren't fighting for Pro Tour points or even a prize pool. All entry fees and contributions were donated to the Japanese Red Cross Society. The tournament played out on Niconico Live, so it was not as readily available to viewers accustomed to using Twitch.

You can hit the jump below to see the tournament results.

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Who's number one in Mortal Kombat X? Yomi Gaming's DJT posts his MKX tier list

Just a few days after CEO 2015, Arturo Sanchez took to Twitter to spread a tier list for Mortal Kombat X that has been posted by the people at Yomi Gaming on Test Your Might.

Specifically, YOMI DJT shares his thoughts with a tier list that gives reasoning for the top seven, and encourages people to discuss it. It's gotten quite a lot of attention over the past two days, and is worth noting that it looks like it's a team effort in the making, with planned revisions based on feedback.

Hit the jump to check out the tweet and tier list for yourself.

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Predator coming to Mortal Kombat X in July, Klassic Fatalities confirmed and likely to be released in next update

Mortal Kombat X is gearing up for a big update.

Firstly, it looks as though Klassic Fatalities have been confirmed. As with previous DLC, the proof lies in The Krypt, where we see some of the upcoming content listed in the "Finishers" section.

In the past, we've seen both Jason Voorhees and Tanya -- the game's first two DLC characters -- appear listed in The Krypt a short time before they were released. Now, we see that Sub-Zero, Scorpion, and Sonya all have a third fatality listed.

This time, the reveal goes one step further, as you can see in the images below that the fatalities can actually be found in each character's move list. The names of these finishing moves fall match up with fatalities found in previous MK games, such as Scorpion's Toasty fatality.

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Gootecks, Mike Ross, and Long Island Joe go hands on with Street Fighter 5, discuss their feelings on the title after playing first-hand

In this Cross Counter special, Gootecks, Mike Ross, and Long Island Joe take to the couch to discuss the E3 build of Street Fighter 5, and their impressions. They also discuss the workings of E3 itself, and their experiences this year with their signature style of humor.

Long Island Joe brings some excellent stories and great humor into this Cross Counter episode, much like their old stylings of hard discussion on the couch. They also share tidbits of their thoughts on the game so far, and how they warmed up to the game over their time of playing it.

Hit the jump to check it out.

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Hard-hitting link combos and a strong up-close fighting style put a fresh spin on the typically zone-heavy Ryu - EventHubs E3 impressions

Next up on EventHubs' Street Fighter 5 impressions is Ryu.

In Street Fighter 5, Ryu sacrifices a strong fireball game for big damage and lethal up-close combat. An awesome blend of Third Strike and Street Fighter 4 is what you can expect from the latest version of the wandering warrior.

You'll find our full breakdown below, and if you have any questions, feel free to leave them in the comments.

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Cammy can still put a quick hurt on her opponent in Street Fighter 5, but her offense requires more thought now - EventHubs E3 impressions

Our final Street Fighter 5 character impressions piece from E3 focuses on Cammy.

In Street Fighter 5, Cammy does more of what she's known for: rushdown. She still hits hard (even more so due to the game's heightened damage output), but players won't be able to secure a win simply off of one knockdown.

You'll find our full breakdown below, and if you have any questions, feel free to leave them in the comments.

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Tremor spotted in MKX? - Images show Tremor's bio page, new klassic and MK3/4 costumes

Though we've just been getting over seeing Predator coming to life in the world of Mortal Kombat X, it seems that the next character is already on the horizon.

Tremor, first seen in the not so great Mortal Kombat: Special Forces, has been known to make his first playable debut in Mortal Kombat X for some time now. However, new imagery has surfaced that appears to show his bio in-game, as well as multiple new costumes, including various outfits from MK3.

Hit the jump to check them out.

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"I cannot beat NuckleDu to save my life" - Mike Ross and K-Brad discuss all manner of things on episode 18 of Capcom Pro Talk

A brand new episode of Capcom Pro Talk is up, and "Stone Cold" K-Brad joins Mike Ross to talk about CEO, EVO, the pressures of sponsorship, and many other topics. They also have their typical bouts against the audience, as Mike Ross tries to prove he is actually Mike Ross when K-Brand insists he's an imposter.

They also have an interesting discussion about top players in the United States, and the transition players experience between Street Fighter and Marvel, albeit with their fantastic humor.

What horror could happen to make Mike Ross throw his stick and leave? Find out after the jump.

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Ravenous Mileena kills her opponent with her hind quarters in this brand new Mortal Kombat X Brutality

Mileena has always been known for her soft curves and her sharp edges, but she's actually using the former to deliver the finishing blow to opponents in her newest Brutality.

This new ender comes only in Mileena's Ravenous variation. At this point, we're not sure if there are any other requirements, but the final hit must be her hop throw combo wherein she jumps over her foe, breaks their arms and sits on their head.

This is one of a collection of brand new Brutalities released in the most recent MKX patch.

Hit the jump to see the video.

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Predator's regular win pose is a Fatality; game play, finishers and more leaked for Predator in Mortal Kombat X

This character looks awesome. A good portion of leaked content for Predator in Mortal Kombat X has surfaced in the past few hours, and we've got some of the essentials here for you.

Predator uses most all of his iconic weapons such as his spear, disk, plasma cannon, cloaking and self destruct sequence, but his claw looks to be the most commonly used. We have isolated his Fatality, his deadly win sequence and his Brutality below, and naturally, they're NSFW:

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Hit the jump for multiple videos showing off a whole lot more Predator in Mortal Kombat X.

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Pokkèn Tournament release date, new character(s), and more expected to be revealed July 3 via live stream

Namco Bandai were among the fighting game companies that were fairly quiet at this year's E3. With no real announcements for games such as Tekken 7, Pokkèn Tournament, or even a new Soul Calibur (which many suspected would be revealed at the expo), fans were left wondering when they'd see new info for their favorite 3D fighting games.

A couple of days ago, we found out that an important Tekken 7 announcement will take place next week, and now it seems as though we'll be seeing something new from Pokkèn Tournament -- Namco Bandai's Pokèmon fighter -- even sooner. According to, a live stream will air on Nico Nico this Friday July 3 at 8 p.m. JST / 7 a.m. EDT / 4 a.m. PDT.

Serebii's report states that we can expect to see an official console release date reveal, along with new Pokemon and more gameplay information. A tournament will also be aired in which guests will get a chance to play as Gengar and the newly announced character(s).

Check back Friday for the Pokkèn Tournament live stream.

Source: Sent in anonymously.

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