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Wednesday Night FIZZ-ZIGHTS 1.6 live stream feat. Ultra Street Fighter 4 and Tekken Tag Tournament 2

Wednesday Night FIZZ-ZIGHTS 1.6 live stream feat. Ultra Street Fighter 4 and Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Wednesday Night FIZZ-ZIGHTS returns tonight and will undoubtedly bring us some excellent fighting game action from Super Arcade in Walnut, California.

Ultra Street Fighter 4 will be running, as per the usual. Tekken Tag Tournament 2 will run if there are enough entrants.

The stream can be found after the jump.

Challonge brackets are posted here, and you can find last week's results here.

All Wild costumes and colors shown off in this massive Ultra Street Fighter 4 image gallery

Still on the fence about buying the latest Ultra Street Fighter 4 costume pack? Well, if you need a bit more convincing, today a massive image gallery hit the internet that gives us a look at all 44 of the Wild costumes and every one of their alternate colors.

RageGunSlinger has posted in-game screenshots of of all the new alternate outfits in Capcom's latest costume series, so now you get to check them out before making any purchases (considering you haven't boughten them already!)

We have linked up a handful of the costumes/alternate colors below. Hit the jump to view more.

Next Level Battle Circuit #101 live stream feat. Ultra Street Fighter 4 and Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3

Next Level Battle Circuit #101 live stream feat. Ultra Street Fighter 4 and Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 It's Wednesday afternoon, so it's time for some great fighting game action from The Next Level in Brooklyn, New York.

The games being played tonight include Ultra Street Fighter 4 and Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, if there are enough entrants.

Brackets are available on The Next Level Challonge site, and results for last week's tournament are posted here.

Omega Mode roundup (boss edition): M. Bison, Seth, Oni CMVs and tutorials

For this round of Ultra Street Fighter 4 Omega Mode videos, we're focusing exclusively on three boss characters from the SF series: M. Bison, Oni and Seth, picked out from all of the submissions sent in to us.

With the Street Fighter series in general, boss characters tend to possess a large armament of special moves to choose from, giving players of these characters plenty of options to go about their attack plan with. But that's not all: in quite a few Street Fighter games, computer-controlled boss characters even gain a few extra tricks up their sleeves -- double air fireballs, more advantage or damage on their moves, et cetera.

The Omega versions of these three characters thus play a little like CPU-controlled bosses -- except since this is Omega Mode we're talking about, things get even crazier, as some of the combos you see here can dish out more than 500 damage.

Check out the Omega M. Bison, Oni and Seth CMVs and tutorials below.

Capcom Cup 2014 first-round match archives ft. Luffy, Nishikin, Snake Eyez, Momochi, Ryan Hart, NuckleDu, Ricky Ortiz, PR Balrog

Although Capcom Cup 2014 just wrapped up a couple of days ago, it kind of feels like it's been aeons since the tournament was done, if only because there was so much Street Fighter news in the aftermath, and everyone's been so hooked with Omega Mode and USF4 Ver 1.04 since the update dropped Monday.

During the tournament, we moved double-time to bring you highlights from the first half of the tournament as they happen -- but that was met with a bit of criticism, as some of you who felt that, for some reason, we were spoiling it for you.

So here's the good news: the official Capcom Fighters YouTube channel has just begun uploading match archives from the tournament, for those of you who's looking forward to reliving the best moments from CapCup 2014.

Today, they've put up four of the first-round matches for you to check out: MD|Luffy vs. Nishikin, DIG|Ryan Hart vs. CRS|NuckleDu, EG|PR Balrog vs. EG|Ricky Ortiz, and Snake Eyez vs. EG|Momochi.

Dan hits 11 Gadokens in one combo, Decapre easily stuns Guy, and more: "That Ain't Omega!" Doopliss' USF4 v.1.04 combo video

With the latest Ultra Street Fighter 4 patch now live, combo/tech extraordinaire Doopliss has officially thrown his hat into the ring with a brand new combo compilation.

While many others are currently trying to discover the wackiest setups possible in Omega Mode, Doopliss has decided to explore the wonders of the latest balance changes in USF4.

What we have for you tonight is yet another stellar CMV packed with intricate sequences and high-damage goodness. In Doopliss' latest montage, appropriately titled "That Ain't Omega!", we get to see Dan hit 11 Gadokens in one combo by way of a corner loop, Decapre land a big stun combo on Guy, Rolento hitting Ultra 1 after his EX Roll, and much more.

There is definitely much to see here, so be sure to check out it out after the jump.

Omega Mode roundup: C. Viper's infinite, Juri's Marvel-style aerial rave and Feng Shui Engine loops, 'OmeGuile' combos and more

It's time for another Ultra Street Fighter 4 Omega Mode roundup. We're kicking things off with the third infinite combo discovered for this completely broken bonus fun mode -- this time it's for C. Viper.

In any case, Omega Viper's infinite combo is actually pretty simple; in Omega Mode, Capcom has made it super easy for players to pull off a Thunder Knuckle feint. So what's happening is that if you perform C. Viper's close-standing MK followed by a Thunder Knuckle feint, the opponent's hit stun animation is long enough for you to combo into standing MK again, allowing you to rinse and repeat.

At this rate, we wouldn't be surprised at all even if it turns out that half of the roster or more ends up possessing infinite combos. It's starting to look a little like Marvel vs. Capcom 3, what with all those single-combo KO's.

Desk's 1st Omega Edition vids: Ryu's regular fireball combos into itself, EVO moment #37 replicated, Rufus CMV and more

Before we dig into Desk's videos, I'd just like to take a moment to let everyone know that thanks to everyone's Omega Edition video submissions, the EventHubs inbox is officially flooded -- but keep sending those videos in (we're looking through everything).

You guys clearly love the new Omega Edition mode. This is probably one of the best things Capcom has done to the game (on top of adding the much-requested trials, fixing bugs and all of that other good stuff).

In any case, it's going to take us a bit of time to sort through all of the submissions. I just wanted to take a moment to say that we're working through them, and there will be some sort of a Omega Edition roundup (maybe roundups) later today.

So in the meantime, check out these Omega Edition CMVs and mode analysis vids that everyone's favorite combo maestro Desk has put out.

Ultra Street Fighter 4 tiers reset, old scores available in archives

With the 1.04 release of Ultra Street Fighter 4, we thought it was a good time to reset the tier scores and start from new as the game had undergone new balance changes.

If you're wondering where the old listings went to, you can scroll down and find them at the bottom of the tiers page, or you can look directly at the old USF4 tiers index and match up table.

To keep the tier listings from being as susceptible to erratic change in their initial phase, we've implemented a few new things to help normalize the initial votes. It's worth noting again that trolling our tiers can and likely will lead to a lifetime ban, as our automated system is constantly checking for people who abuse their votes.

There are additional measures in place to help ensure user voting stays accurate as well.

All match up comments were retained though, so if you want to discuss any of the match ups, or offer advice on how to counter a specific characters, those previous bits of knowledge are still intact.

So head on over and see how things are shaking out now.

If you have any questions, as always, feel free to leave them below.

Ultra Street Fighter 4 Wild Costumes trailer: see the new DLC in motion before you buy

The Wild Costumes DLC packs for Ultra Street Fighter 4 are out!

You've seen the images for what the costumes look like for all 44 fighters -- now see them in motion in this official trailer that Capcom has just released.

If you still can't decide which packs you'd like to buy, maybe the trailer will help; it provides a brief overview of what each separate costume pack contains, on top of teasing just how awesome Ryu looks in his Wild Wolf costume.

Doge would easily give Ryu's costume a two-thumbs-up rating (if he had opposable thumbs, that is).

Ibuki also has an infinite combo in Ultra Street Fighter 4: Omega Edition

Infinite combos in Ultra Street Fighter 4 aren't new -- and I'm not talking about the Omega Gen one discovered yesterday.

Even in the regular edition of Ultra Street Fighter 4, infinite combos do exist. Whether or not they're practical or applicable in a real match, however, is another thing altogether.

These infinite combos usually require a great deal of skill to execute. So it was a little shocking to learn yesterday that Omega Gen had one that was so simple that practically anyone could perform it -- but that's Omega Edition for you. This fun and free mode is designed from the ground up to let players pull off crazy feats.

And today, another such cool and crazy feat has been discovered, in the form of an infinite combo for Omega Ibuki. Unlike Omega Gen's, however, this combo will really test your execution skills.

Check it out below, then hit the labs to see if you, too, can pull it off.

Omega Mode roundup: Pro Fluke's El Fuerte combos, exceptional Dudley setups, Akuma combos into Super, and more

With Ultra Street Fighter 4's Omega Mode seeing an official release today, the masses were quick to begin sending all of the tech they could find over to us here at EventHubs.

Tonight we end off our news day with a roundup of some of the best Omega videos we've seen today. There is quite a lot to see here, including a number of ways that Akuma can combo into his Super (Raging Demon), impressive Cammy combos that really utilize her Omega changes, rize|Pro Fluke's El Fuerte CMV, and more.

So what are you waiting for? Hit that jump and enjoy some quality Omega Mode goodness right now!

Decapre's anti-air UC2 does not need down charge, unlisted Cody nerf, Akuma's fireball buffs - USF4 Ver. 1.04 roundup

It's not even been a full day since the new patch for Ultra Street Fighter 4 was released, and already various members of the community have found some very interesting tech for Ver. 1.04.

First up, BCN|Alioune has been spending quite a bit of time in the lab with the new and improved Ver 1.04 Decapre, experimenting with various things -- such as the game's prioritization for the anti-air version of her UC2.

At first Alioune appeared to not like the change. He mentioned on Twitter that the game somehow gave him the anti-air version of Decapre's UC2 even though he did not even input an up-forward direction.

But then he noticed something very cool: if you use the right command, you could even get away with pulling off the anti-air version without even having to store a down charge.

Patch released: 1.04 update and Omega Edition for Ultra Street Fighter 4 available on Xbox Live, PlayStation Network and Steam

Update: The patch has just been released for Steam on PC has well. PC players, while you update your copy of the game, check out Omega Edition's full command list here, and the list of changes for Ver. 1.04 of Ultra Street Fighter 4 over here.

Earlier: The 1.04 patch for Ultra Street Fighter 4 is now available on Xbox Live and PlayStation Network. This brings in a whole new set of balance changes, adds Omega Edition to the game, and opens up new Ultra trials.

While the game's original trials are still accessible, when you initially access them again, you'll receive a note that they're not compatible with USF4.

When selecting Endless Battle mode, there's now a toggle option to enable Edition Select, which opens up Omega Mode, along with the vanilla through SSF4 AE v2012 characters, who previously weren't accessible for competitors playing online.

The download size for the 1.04 update is 69 megabytes.

Submitted by Zombiebrian, RobbyS, Bunny, Blaze7690 and EstOct101990. Also thanks to Kenshin025 for writing in to let us know that the patch is live on Steam.

Omega Edition: Ultra Street Fighter 4 full command list - Sakura's 2 EX bars move is activated by PPP, Decapre's target combo is back+MP, HK

"Hey EventHubs," an anonymous tipster wrote in.

"[I just found out that] Omega Sakura's new super is done by simply pressing 3 punches. Glitch?"

No, anonymous one, that is not a glitch. Omega Sakura's new 2-EX-bars move is performed simply by hitting all three punch buttons whenever you have enough meter to perform it, and that's fully intended by the developers at Capcom.

Also, if your opponent blocks that, you can then go into any of two follow-ups after the move, performed by hitting P or K respectively. Bet you didn't know that now, did you?

As some of you may have noticed by now, although the Omega Edition mode has been released for Ultra Street Fighter 4, the command lists in the game only show details on the moves for the USF4 edition of all 44 characters. Which is a bit of a problem since there are so many new moves and changes in Omega Edition. Some of these moves do not even use conventional Street Fighter series commands.

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