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Snake Eyez vs. Pepeday FT10 at TFC and the Salty Suite runback! Watch the El Fuerte player also take on Smug, Sabin, Strider, and more

During the weekend of The Fall Classic, /r/Kappa|Pepeday faced off against Snake Eyez in an exhilarating first-to-10 Ultra Street Fighter 4 set. If you happened to miss the action, you're in luck because the full set replay has since been uploaded on to YouTube, courtesy of Team Spooky.

What's even better is that the two players actually ran it back in a FT5 set at the Salty Suite after the tournament concluded. But Pepeday didn't stop there, as the fearsome Fuerte took on a number of other competitors at the suite.

The matches you'll find here are as follows:

• Pepeday (El Fuerte) vs. Snake Eyez (Zangief) FT10
• Pepeday (El Fuerte) vs. Snake Eyez (Zangief) FT5 Salty Suite runback
• Pepeday (El Fuerte) vs. Smug (Dudley) FT5
• Pepeday (El Fuerte) vs. Sabin (Dhalsim) FT5
• Pepeday (El Fuerte) vs. 801 Strider (Yang) FT5

So sit back, relax, and get ready to enjoy some quality Ultra Street Fighter 4 action from The Fall Classic.

Become a Lucina master: Smash and Grab covers tactics, kill moves, set ups and more in this Smash Bros 3DS tutorial

Smash and Grab has just released a detailed character breakdown video for Lucina. There are three segments that they specifically focus on including her combos, kill moves and neutral game.

We were especially impressed with the level of detail the video goes into. For example, it offers a chart depicting locations on the stage vs. health percentage needed for a forward smash kill on Robin.

Specifics like this accompanied by real-time game play footage makes for a very informative and easy-to-learn-from tutorial.

Hit the jump and start learning Lucina now!

R.O.B. goes chrome while the evil Gannondorf... helps children across the street... New screenshots for unlockable characters in Super Smash Wii U

As November 21st draws closer and closer we grow more and more hype for Super Smash Bros. for WiiU.

Nintendo recently released some screen shots of two more of their secret characters. Look out for R.O.B. and the Great King of Evil, Gannondorf.

Visually speaking, this game looks fantastic and if it's anything like its predecessors it'll be just as much fun to play. Here are a few images, click the jump to see the rest.

Yoshi can teleport to the edge after throwing out air projectiles in Super Smash Bros. 3DS due to a glitch

Either this is a glitch, or Mario's dinosaur pal secretly took Satsui no Hadou lessons from Akuma: When recovering from an edge grab, Yoshi can throw a couple of egg projectiles at his opponent as he jumps back into the fray -- and quickly teleport back to the edge grab position soon after landing.

After seeing some Japanese players pull this off consistently, popular Smash player D1 (also one of the shoutcasters at Nintendo's E3 invitationals) decided to try it out for himself, and came to the realization that the glitch is incredibly easy to do.

In this video, he explains how you too can perform Yoshi's teleportation glitch.

First-ever Killer Instinct Stage Ultra shown off in season 2 launch trailer - watch the wrecking ball in TJ Combo's stage destroy Fulgore

The Killer Instinct season 2 launch trailer that was released earlier this morning has given fans everywhere much to talk about. Most of us have been so busy discussing the new characters that were shown off, that we completely missed the first-ever KI Stage Ultra that aired at the very end of the video.

We first got word of the new match-enders last month when a Maya gameplay clip featured a quick look at her move listing. There we saw that below the standard "Ultra" command was one for "Stage Ultra," a finisher that is limited to specific stages and where you stand upon said stage.

In today's KI season 2 trailer, we get to see TJ Combo perform a Stage Ultra on his respective stage. Unfortunately, Fulgore is his victim...

Click image for animated version

What do you think about Stage Ultras? Which stage would you most like to see get the same treatment? Let us know in the comments below!

Jayce the Ace KOs Tokido in 13 seconds, Smug puts a hurt on NativeImpact - a compilation of amazing Perfects in USF4

For those who may be unfamiliar, a "Perfect" in Street Fighter, (or in any other fighting game), is when one player manages to KO his/her opponent without ever taking any damage. Today, we have a compilation featuring a handful of talented players that do exactly that.

Among the assortment of clips you'll find moments from various high-end FGC events, along with a portion online footage. Witness YBK|Jayce The Ace take out MCZ|Tokido in 13 seconds at the Mad Catz TGS exhibitions, PIE|Smug going unscathed against AG|NativeImpact at Summer Jam, and much more.

Below you will find nearly 5 minutes of amazing Ultra Street Fighter 4 action in which top-notch players score some of the fastest Perfects we've seen in recent times.

Killer Instinct season 1 and original arcade soundtrack double album now on sale, season 2 available earlier than intended

This has been a big week for Killer Instinct fans so far. With season 2 being officially released tomorrow, players can expect quite a bit of fresh content coming their way.

Firstly, we are happy to report that the long awaited KI soundtrack is finally available for purchase. Not only will you get 10 killer tracks from the game's composer, Mick Gordon, but you'll also received the original Killer Instinct arcade OST along with it.

You can download the epic double album over on Amazon for $11.49 USD, and also on iTunes for $12.99.

Additionally, some folks (including myself) have already gotten their hands on Killer Instinct season 2, even though it is set to hit consoles tomorrow, October 15th. While some reports say that the game is openly available on the Xbox Live Marketplace, most cases involved a series of steps that will allow you to download the add-on early.

Hit the jump to find out how.

Unused announcer files in Super Smash Bros. 3DS suggests 8-player Smash and tourney modes were once considered

Now that the 3DS version of the latest Super Smash Bros. game has been officially released everywhere, those in the Nintendo fandom well-versed in the ways of coding have finally been able to scrutinize all of the nooks and crannies within the game's code, in seek of cool easter eggs.

And they have found something that's pretty interesting: unused audio clips of the game's announcer for '8-Player Smash', 'Tourney', and a few other items that might have been considered to be modes of play at one point.

Watch the video below to hear all of the unused announcer audio clips discovered thus far.

DC announces Mortal Kombat X digital comic

Today at New York Comic Con DC announced that they are going to produce a digital comic for the upcoming Mortal Kombat X.

The storyline for the comic will be based on the storyline established in Mortal Kombat 2011, commonly referred to as Mortal Kombat 9, and will expand based on the story of the upcoming Mortal Kombat X.

Shawn Kittleson and Dexter Soy, writer and illustrator respectively, will be teaming up on the project. Kittleson has stated that he will have every character in the entirety of the Mortal Kombat gaming canon.

This likely means we will be seeing a variety of characters jumping in and out of the storyline to interact with the new cast of characters set to appear in MKX.

We have one image from the upcoming 'komic', along with more details. Click the jump to check them out.

Capcom Pro Talk episode 1 with Mike Ross live stream - talking Pro Tour and playing USF4

Capcom is airing their first episode of a new series entitled "Capcom Pro Talk."

During this broadcast, Mike Ross is discussing the Capcom Pro Tour, Capcom Cup, and more.

Additionally, Mike will be playing Ultra Street Fighter 4 against viewers.

Catch the live video feed below.

Which Quan Chi is the meanest of them all? Aesthetics for Sorcerer, Warlock, Summoner variations in Mortal Kombat X compared

NetherRealm Studios has released a batch of visuals that depicts and compares the aesthetic differences between all three variations of Quan Chi in Mortal Kombat X.

The character was first announced and shown off in a character introduction trailer a little more than two weeks ago. Although it gave us a good look at the various special moves and play styles usable by each of the three variations, as far as aesthetics are concerned these stills do a far greater job at highlighting the differences visually.

Click images for larger versions

Mortal Kombat X is due for release on the PS3, PS4, PC, Xbox 360, and Xbox One platforms on April 14, 2015. Gamers who pre-order a copy of the game will receive Goro as a bonus character free-of-charge.

Source: NetherRealm Studios. Sent in by sarif2soon.

DarkSydeGeoff's brand new Killer Instinct breakdown video will teach you TJ Combo and have you laughing at the same time

DarkSydeGeoff is at it again, this time with a very informative and very entertaining TJ Combo tutorial.

Geoff goes over the basics, unique notable moves, special moves, and combos or 'the juice' as he calls it.

As is traditional with Geoff, this video is a little NSFW so please put your kids to bed before you click the jump.

Yoshi Bomb High Jump glitch lets him timer-scam, Villager warps when he pockets Pac-man's trampoline - Super Smash Bros. 3DS bugs roundup

Yoshi might very well be the most glitch-prone character in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS.

We reported last month that Yoshi's Egg Lay neutral B special move can supersize his opponents over and over in Multi-Man Smash, and a little more than a week ago that his up+B Egg Throw special lets him warp back to the edge of the stage when performed in a specific sequence.

But it looks like we missed one that might have some consequences in competitive play, should custom moves be allowed in a tournament. Some of you may already know this, but when Yoshi replaces his up+B special with the High Jump custom move, by performing a down+B Yoshi Bomb and quickly following that up with a High Jump, you can launch Yoshi into the stratosphere of the stage without killing him -- essentially allowing you to timer-scam whenever you'd like.

You can take a look at how that works in the video below, along with two other bugs in the game we're taking a quick look at today.

Uryo's rushdown Decapre: counter-hit cr.MP into UC2 on reaction, Psycho Sting FADC resets, close shaves and more - Ultra Street Fighter 4 online

The other day when I raised the possibility that NuckleDu might quite possibly be the best Decapre player in the world right now, it was met with some discontent as a couple of EventHubbers went in on me, saying that I should not be jumping to such conclusions based on a highlights video edited to specifically show how good NuckleDu is.

After watching this video of Uryo playing entire Endless Battles matches for about 20 minutes, I think I get that. It's not just the few moments that shine -- it's about the overall performance.

And Uryo's performance in this video, edited together from a Nico Live stream that he recently did, was simply mesmerizing from start to end. There was just something effortless about the way he rushes down his opponent with Decapre.

And if that's not enough, there are those flashy moments where his reactions and character knowledge really do shine, as well. Such as when he hit-confirms an UC2 combo from a single counter-hit cr.MP.

So go grab some popcorn, get yourself comfy, and prepare to be mesmerized by Uryo's play in the video below.

Diddy Kong and Robin/Little Mac in the grand finals - highlights from KTAR X's Super Smash Bros. 3DS 60-man tournament

This past weekend, the KTAR X Super Smash Bros. 3DS, Project M and SSBM tournaments took place in Namuel, New York.

The event saw a total of 113 players in attendence, 60 of whom took part in the Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS tournament.

When the tournament took place, it had only been a couple of days since the official release of the game in America -- but that didn't stop Smash players from showing up with their best tricks in tow.

Jtalis ended up taking the tournament with his Diddy Kong, with Nairo coming in at 2nd place with his Robin (#5 on our tier lists according to you, although the Japan's SHI_Gaming team believes he or she is mid-tier at best) and Little Mac, and Vinnie coming in 3rd with R.O.B.

Match videos from the tournament have been uploaded to the Clash Tournaments YouTube channel, and over here we've embedded the Winners', Losers' and Grand Finals matches, as well as three we thought were well-fought.

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