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Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R patch now live on PSN, SF3 3S OE and MvCO updates hitting Xbox 360 tomorrow - check out the patch notes here

Some of the digital download fighting games on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 are receiving / have received long awaited updates this week.

First up, the Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R patch is currently live on PlayStation Network. This includes improvements to ranked match searches, bug fixes, and more. You can find a list of full patch notes after the jump.

Additionally, the Street Fighter 3 Third Strike Online Edition update #3, that which is already live on PSN, will be available for download on Xbox 360 tomorrow, March 6. You'll find a list of what comes along with this update here.

Lastly, the Marvel vs. Capcom Origins update is also set to become available on Xbox 360 tomorrow, and this patch improves matchmaking, along with other miscellaneous fixes.

Hit the jump for the Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R patch notes.

IVGC 2014 final results added, USF4 location test and tournaments ft. Xian, Luffy, Dieminion, Ryan Hart, Bala, Bubblan, Popi and more

Story updated with final results: This story has been updated with final results and a stream archive.

Formerly known as the World Game Cup, IVGC 2014 has gotten underway this weekend in Cannes France.

This event runs February 28 - March 2, 2014 and it'll feature players like RZR|Xian, Luffy, EMP|Dieminion, Ryan Hart, Bala, Bubblan and Popi, among others.

It will have competitions for USF4, SSF4 AE v2012, UMvC3, KoF13, SC5, Naruto Shippuden, Garou: Mark of the Wolves, Guilty Gear, VF5: FS, DoA5U, SF3 3s and more.

Hit the jump to view the live video streams, and find a complete schedule.

Perfects, 100% combos, insane corner pressure, and tons of overheads: Kokujin and RX Third Strike highlights showcase their top level skills

One of our readers recently pointed us in the direction of some superb Street Fighter 3 Third Strike compilations that have been floating around cyberspace for a while now. TheDominusC put together nearly 40 minutes of collective footage featuring incredible moments from two of 3S' greatest character specialists: Kokujin (Dudley), and RX (Urien).

Both of these players specialize in intense rushdown, and their pressure is on another level. RX and Kokujin show that once they've got an opponent cornered, there's no escaping the inevitable K.O.

Not only do we get to see these 3S legends in action, but there are numerous perfects, insane mix ups, combos that wipe out a full life bar (with stun), and much more.

Hit the jump to see why these guys are such a force to be reckoned with in Third Strike.

16 reasons to love and 15 reasons to hate Chun-Li - New list from ScrewAttack details the best and worst points for the First Lady of fighting games

Love her or hate her, it's hard to deny that Chun-Li is a very large part of the success of Street Fighter. Widely regarded as one of the most iconic fighting game characters, and quite possibly the most iconic female fighting game character, most, if not all, fighting game players have a personal relation to Chun-Li.

But what are your views on Chun-Li based on, exactly? In case you've forgotten, ScrewAttack are here to help you out with two different top lists. First, we have the top 16 reasons to love Chun-Li, promptly followed by the top 15 reasons to hate Chun-Li.

Hit the jump to achieve enlightenment.

EX special moves and Ultras made their first appearance in Street Fighter: The Movie, the game; Alpha Counters were also included

If you've managed to get some hands-on time with any of the Street Fighter games that were released after the SF2 series, then chances are you've run into EX special moves, Alpha Counters, and Ultras at some point or another. These game mechanics are used very often in modern Street Fighter titles, and Capcom / Namco's recent crossover fighter, Street Fighter X Tekken, actually incorporated a form of all three into its gameplay.

Each of the aforementioned game mechanics has its respective game where it was originally introduced: Street Fighter Alpha (Alpha Counters), EX special moves (Street Fighter 3), and Ultras (Street Fighter 4). Or so we thought...

It may surprise you to hear that these concepts weren't actually brand new by the time those titles were officially released. A game that is only spoken about in hush tones throughout the Street Fighter community actually included these mechanics before or at around the same time as the 3 titles mentioned above.

That's right. Street Fighter: The Movie, the game, had EX special moves, and its own form of Alpha Counters and Ultras. Hit the jump, and we'll tell you all about it.

Street Fighter 3 Third Strike Online Edition and Marvel vs. Capcom Origins updates now live on PlayStation 3; Xbox 360 patches delayed

The official Iron Galaxy Twitter account announced earlier today that update #3 for Street Fighter 3 Third Strike Online edition is now live for PlayStation 3 users. The patch is expected to drop for Xbox 360 users next week, but it could take a bit longer.

Additionally, Iron Galaxy stated that an update for Marvel vs. Capcom Origins is also available on PS3 today, however, it too will be delayed a bit on Xbox 360.

If you'd like to check out what is being fixed in SF3 OE, hit the jump for the full list of patch notes.

Thank you parry much: Ryan Hart avoids K.O. and scores a victory with this perfectly timed red parry in Street Fighter 3 Third Strike

During the recent Gutter Trash Street Fighter 3 Third Strike tournament in London, England, a particularly awesome moment was captured on film.

In a close match with a Dudley player, Ryan Hart (Ken) was able to avoid an imminent K.O. using a perfectly placed red parry. Both combatants were only a pixel away from losing in the 2nd round of the game, when the Dudley attempted to chip Ryan out with a Machine Gun Blow. Ryan blocked the attack, and in order to avoid the final bit of chip damage that would knock him out, Hart pulled off a red parry, and punished accordingly for the victory.

The footage here is shot off-screen, and you get to see Ryan's reaction, along with the crowd getting hype in the background. It's great to see players pulling off clutch victories, and fans still getting excited for a game that is over a decade old.

Hit the jump to check out this awesome clip, and let us know what you think about it.

This man is in a tier of his own - Watch Kuroda's magnificent play in this 'Best of' video, the true multi-character master of Japan shines brightly

The Japanese player Kuroda is well known for his prowess within the game Street Fighter 3: 3rd Strike, and his mastery of so many characters in said game.

There's no shortage of footage where Kuroda busts out low-tier characters and goes to town on top players as if they were beginners, and to prove it, we have a Best of Kuroda-video for you all today which clocks in at a length of over 50 minutes.

If you've never had the pleasure of viewing Kuroda's excellence in action, or if you simply feel like you could use a refresher course, just hit the jump and check it out.

Remember the classics - Impressive Street Fighter 3: 3rd Strike combo videos with multiple characters, Remy heavily featured

Whether you're new to Street Fighter 3: 3rd Strike or have been part of its glory since way back when, I think it's fairly easy to agree that Remy isn't exactly the most common character. hisn1ghtmare seems to like him, though, judging by the videos in this article.

With that in mind, these videos may well hold things you were previously unaware of, since two of them are Remy-exclusive, and the other two videos also feature some slick Remy stuff. Don't worry if Remy isn't exactly your guy, though, a lot of other characters get their fair share of screen time as well.

Hit the jump to check the videos out for yourself.

Daigo: 'I want to continue as a pro gamer until it's become accepted', Japanese TV show explores Umehara's home, his daily routines and more

Yesterday, a Japanese TV show did a report on pro gaming, and of course chose Japan's first official pro gamer, Daigo Umehara, as the subject of their report.

In this report, cameras follow Daigo around for one day, examining his daily life and his routines.

Hit the jump for more details as well as the video itself.

LiangHuBBB's 'Best of' Comeback Compilation series returns after a 2-year hiatus, almost 40 minutes of glorious comebacks from various games

LiangHuBBB's videos have become very popular ever since he began making them several years ago.

While his most popular work was Funny & Cool Moments, where he gathers a bunch of strange and funny happenings from various matches in fighting games, he also has a series called Comeback Compilation, where comebacks from various games were displayed, and popularized the Guile Theme as a comeback tune.

Have you been aching for more of these comeback compilations? Well, then you're in luck - because now it's back, with Comeback Compilation Episode 38, which is also the first "Best of" Comeback Compilation in 2 years.

Hit the jump to check it out.

30 ways Ryu can combo into Ultra, 4 counter breakers end a match, and tons of glitches - LiangHuBBB's Funny and Cool Moments #82

LiangHuBBB returns with episode #82 in his Funny and Cool Moments series.

In this installment, you'll find interesting clips from games such as Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition v2012, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Killer Instinct, Street Fighter X Tekken, Persona 4 Arena, Capcom vs. SNK 2, Soul Calibur 5, and plenty of others.

Hit the jump to check out LiangHuBBB's latest Funny and Cool Moments video.

Museum quality Street Fighter art prints currently on sale, certificates of authenticity come personally signed by Yoshinori Ono

The people over at Cook & Becker are currently selling high grade, museum quality artwork prints featuring different eras of the Street Fighter franchise. These pieces celebrate the 25 years of Street Fighter and include work from such artists as Akiman, CRMK, Kinu Nishimura, Ikeno, Dai-Chan, Edayan and Shoei.

These prints are limited in quantity, and you will receive a certificate of authenticity with each piece that comes personally signed by Yoshinori Ono.

You can check hit the jump for more images, and be sure to visit Cook & Becker's website for the full list of available prints and their prices.

Prototype Hugo: What a Street Fighter character looks like before they're fully implemented into the game

If you've ever wondered what the prototype versions of a character looks like before they've been fully added into a game, you should check out this clip from Paolomiragli.

He shows Hugo running around Street Fighter 3 New Generation. Hugo was officially implemented in SF3 2nd Impact, but it's interesting to see that he was in a pretty advanced state even in the first version of Street Fighter 3.

Hit the jump to view the clip.

Necro learns to fly and Dudley defends the belt - These impractical combo videos shows what the Street Fighter 3 system is really capable of

While Street Fighter 3: 3rd Strike has been a good old favorite for many a years, its engine can still surprise you when seeing what kind of crazy antics are truly possible in it.

This video also includes footage from the somewhat rarely seen earlier editions of Street Fighter 3, The New Generation and 2nd Impact.

In these videos, you'll find weird bugs which make Necro fly throughout the match, Dudley do some insane kill combos, and a lot of Aegis Reflector abusing. There are also a ton of combos that look like they're from the Street Fighter Alpha series, rather than the Street Fighter 3 series.

Hit the jump to check them out.

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