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Is it time for Super Street Fighter 5? Here's what a relaunch would need to reinvigorate interest

So we've had Street Fighter 5 for over a year now. There have been a lot of differing opinions on the game's overall status.

To a lot of fans, Street Fighter 5 could be considered a step down from Ultra Street Fighter 4. But is that really a fair comparison?

Many people compare SF5 to USF4, perhaps not remembering that they're comparing a new game's launch to a game that had 5 different editions made to get to the point that they did.

It might be better to compare the latest entry to the series to (vanilla) Street Fighter 4. Perhaps given the same amount of time, Capcom could bring us the quality product we've come to expect.

Now given, Capcom in the past has promised that they are committed to the idea of users only ever having to own one Street Fighter 5 disc throughout the game's lifespan. They would instead continue to update the game as time went on.

But... do fans want Capcom to keep this promise? rumors have already been circulating regarding a free download that upgrades this edition to a Super version.

Let's consider what a re-release would have to bring to the table in order to be relevant.

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Does the Marvel community actually believe players are shilling for Capcom, or does it go deeper than that? NFGS dissects Marvel Infinite backlash

With the playable demo of Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite at E3, a handful of players were able to experience the Versus gameplay before the rest of the community.

Needless to say, social media feeds exploded with impressions, findings and all around hype as pros like SPY|Filipino Champ and FOX|Justin Wong reacted widely with excited praise for the upcoming title.

While a portion of the community became further excited at these reactions, much of this praise for MvCI was actually met with a sense of hostility.

Fans began accusing top players as being paid off by Capcom to say kind things about the unreleased title, and the term "shill" became the word of the week in the fighting game community.

BornFree and I aren't all that convinced that the Marvel community actually believes the players have sold out, and that the real reason for the backlash may run deeper.

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High resolution images of all new school colors and Easter Egg alterations for Nash, Ibuki and R. Mika in Street Fighter 5

Street Fighter 5's servers are online once again, and have come back with the brand new school costumes for Nash, Ibuki and R. Mika.

We nabbed all three, and have a gallery to share all ten colors and Easter Egg alterations for each character's fancy new threads.

Holding all three punches, light kick and up as the game loads will cause each of these characters to shed a specific article of their costumes.

Nash unbuttons his coat to reveal some interesting, glowing marks on his chest, Mika gets rid of the ribbons in her hair and then Ibuki sheds loses her shawl.

We also have some footage of Ibuki and Nash in action thanks to X-Kira.

Here are the first two colors for each, with color one showing the Easter Egg version of the costume:

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War of the Gods Injustice 2 week 3 top 8 stream feat. SonicFox, THEO, Semiij, Rewind, Perfect Legend, and more

War of the Gods week 3 will be finishing off their top 8 tonight. This is an online Injustice 2 tournament consisting of some of the best players of the series.

Players in attendance are cR|THEO, HARA|Rewind, FOX|SonicFox, Noble Semiij, PerfectLegend, Method|SylverRye, Lord Pnut, and Buffalo.

The tournament stream will start at 5:00 P.M. CST/8:00 P.M. EST. You can find the live stream below.

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Maximilian and friends take on Ultra Street Fighter 2's Dramatic Battle mode on the hardest difficulty

Maximilian Dood is known for playing the single player modes of fighting games at the hardest difficulty. He typically does this for the entertainment of others.

This time, he released a video of him and friends tackling Ultra Street Fighter 2's Dramatic Battle mode on the hardest difficulty. This is the mode that pits two players against a single AI controlled opponent.

The stage is always M. Bison's stage and you fight against Violent Ken, Evil Ryu, M. Bison, and Akuma always in that order. The mode can feel a little limited but it is fun nonetheless.

Despite the fact that they are playing on the hardest difficulty, since it is a 2v1 fight, there have definitely been harder challenges in fighting games than this. It is clear that this mode is just meant to be fun.

This video certainly brings its share of amusing moments. The final fight against Akuma, is actually Shin Akuma meaning he is strong than the playable version of Akuma.

In many instances, we see that the AI can, understandably, have a difficult time dealing with two opponents at once. Other times, the AI ended up giving Max and his friends quite a bit of trouble despite the favorable handicap.

There's quite a bit of language NSFW used here, so be careful watching without headphones.


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Love Street Fighter 4, but not as interested in playing Street Fighter 5? Hamad explains why Guilty Gear very well may be the game for you

No matter how iconic, it happens every time a franchise releases a new title in a series... some players just don't like the transition to the new game.

The move from Street Fighter 4 to Street Fighter 5 is no exception as there are plenty of players out there, like Hamad Akbar, who just don't have the same amount of fun playing the newest iteration in the franchise.

Hamad's rise in notoriety came after winning Kumite In Tennessee back in early 2015, but we've seen little from the Texas player since the release of Street Fighter 5. That's because he's made the transition to full time Guilty Gear player, and is absolutely loving it.

We recently caught up with Hamad to discuss his transition from Street Fighter to Guilty Gear, and specifically talk about why he made that transition, and why he feels others may want to do the same.

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Raph04's realistic depictions of Dragon Ball Z characters are stunning, so is his Steampunk Rocket Raccoon

The Dragon Ball series now has a traditional fighting game on the way, so we thought it would be fun to share some amazing fan art featuring characters from the franchise.

Raph04art is an artist from the Philippines who puts together detailed pieces depicting giant creatures, lush scenery, and characters from pop culture. Today, we have some realistic version of fighters from Dragon Ball Z.

Included here are characters such as Cell, Broly, Trunks, and Vegeta, the latter of which happen to be playable characters in Dragon Ball FighterZ. As a small added bonus, we also get to see the artist's rendition of a Steampunk Rocket Raccoon of Marvel Comics fame.

You can check out the art pieces below, but be sure to visit Raph04's Deviantart page for much more amazing work.

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Daigo takes Ryu against StormKubo's killer Alex in this awesome Street Fighter 5 Season 2.5 set

YogaFlame24 brings us a short, but very sweet Street Fighter 5 Season 2.5 match up today. This time, we get to see CYG|Daigo take on StormKubo in a 2/3 bout.

Known for playing grapplers in the past, Kubo runs with Alex in this set. Daigo, on the other hand, deviates from his current main (Guile) and uses his old world warrior Ryu to take on the brawler.

There are some exciting moments to behold here, including a number of devastating confirms from both side. For example, you'll see Kubo land Alex's forward + heavy punch from neutral and score some excellent whiff punishes quite a few times in the set.

Below is a quick GIF to get you started. Be sure to hit the jump for the full video.


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Gohan's level 5 super is his final Kamehameha wave against Cell - more Dragon Ball FighterZ anime and manga references

IKevinX is back with another video spotting the Dragon Ball series manga and anime references in Dragon Ball FighterZ.

Last time, we took a look at the parallels for Goku and Frieza. This time, however, we have a video showing all of the similarities for Gohan.

It seems that most of the references for Gohan are pulled from his fight with Cell and Cell Jr. There are a few attacks he used against Frieza, but most are against Cell since that was pretty much the most memorable moment for Gohan.

Keep in mind that these references are only targeting kid Gohan from the anime and manga. We don't yet know if there will be a separate character dedicated to the adult version of Gohan, but it wouldn't really make sense to have Gohan behaving in such a way that one might expect from his older self.

So far, it really does look like Arc System Works went out of their way to include the most detailed of references, incorporating things such as a character's stance and fighting style. It'll be interesting to see what other ties to the anime and manga we'll see for the other characters.

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FGC throwback: Xian's Gen was one of the most entertaining characters in all of Street Fighter 4, relive the hype with this nostalgic highlight reel

With a lengthy list of major accomplishments crowned with the EVO 2013 gold, RZR|Xian will already go down in history as one of the world's Street Fighter greats.

His trek through Street Fighter 5 has seen him try to make one of the game's weakest characters (F.A.N.G) work, with whom he's had more success than anyone else thus far.

A 2017 switch to Ibuki saw the Singaporean player skyrocket back to the top of the leaderboards, as he took down CPT Premier event Final Round 20 along with a hefty handful of Pro Tour points.

While we excitedly watch and see Xian's SF5 journey unfold, we also couldn't pass up the chance to take a look back at some of his most hype moments from his Street Fighter 4 days.

The BEAST has compiled a video of highlights from Xian's Gen in SF4. In it, we see Xian take on and defeat some of the strongest talent on the planet, including CYG|Daigo, FOX|Momochi, CYG|PR Balrog, Qanba|Xiao Hai and FOX|Tokido just to name a few.

Here's a clip of Xian absolutely melting Xiao Hai's Evil Ryu at Canada Cup Master Series:


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Our readers submitted over 9,000 votes in the DBFZ character poll; Krillin, surprisingly, made top 5 on the list

Update: It's an overused meme, but yes I had to make a reference to it one more time. Over 9,000 votes were submitted for this Dragon Ball FighterZ poll.

Hit the jump to check out the results.

Earlier: The roster of characters tends to be a very important subject for fighting games. Dragon Ball FighterZ is likely no exception as fans will be clamoring for their favorites to be included.

Recently we had an article detailing each of our top five characters that we'd want to see for Dragon Ball FighterZ. This time, it's your turn.

We've created a (massive) poll containing many of the characters that have appeared over the years. Here you'll be able to vote for the characters you'd most want to see for Dragon Ball FighterZ.

As of right now, the announced characters are Goku, kid Gohan, Vegeta, Frieza, Cell, fat Majin Buu, and the recently announced Future Trunks. These characters are not included in the poll

In this poll, you'll be able to vote up to ten times. There are a whopping number of options to choose from.

We'll see in the end which characters were the most popular. Hit the jump below to check out the poll.

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Theo signs on with Echo Fox

It has been announced that Theo will be joining the ranks of Team Echo Fox. He is joining fellow Injustice 2 players, SonicFox and Scar.

Team Echo Fox is looking increasingly strong in many of today's fighting games. It's not just their Injustice 2 roster that has such noteworthy presence.

Their Capcom players (Street Fighter and Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite when it comes out) consists of Julio Fuentes, ChocoBlanka, Justin Wong, Tokido, and Momochi. Their Smash 4 and Smash Melee team has MkLeo and Mew2King.

They even have a couple of players for Tekken 7. JDCR and Saint plays for Echo Fox in this game.

Theo is certainly a good player to snag for the Injustice 2 scene. Saying that he's a top 10 player for the game might be underselling him, just a bit.

Check out the Tweets below to see the announcement.

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Source: Echo Fox Twitter, Theo's Twitter.

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Eagle, Killer Instinct's newest character, coming out tomorrow roughly at 9:00 AM PDT for $4.99 along with patch 3.8

As we already know, Killer Instinct's newest character, Eagle, will be releasing June 27, 2017. This will be alongside patch 3.8.

It has been announced on Ultra-Combo the time in which Eagle is planned to be released tomorrow. Keep in mind, that there is still a potential for something to delay the exact time of release -- this is only the rough estimate of the character's release time.

Eagle will be purchasable for $4.99. You'll get Eagle and his retro costume for this price.

The premium accessories for Eagle will not be immediately available though. If you want to get your hands on these, you'll have to purchase them using Killer Instinct's in-game currency, gold.

It has also been announced that Kilgore, Shin Hisako, and Eagle will be free for Killer Instinct: Definitive Edition owners -- but not yet. This was supposed to happen when the Steam version comes out, but the KI team is working towards getting these characters out for free to Windows 10 and Xbox One Definitive Edition players.

Eagle, but not Kilgore and Shin Hisako, will also be free for Season 3 Ultra Edition players, eventually. If you fall into this category, it is recommended that you wait as well.

If you own the definitive version, you'll likely want to wait until the characters are free. In the meantime, Eagle will be the next free rotating character for next week to help tide over those players.

Here are Eagle's images again. After the jump, you can review the trailer and gameplay demonstration to see if this character is right for you.

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Prophecy or just a joke? This player might have predicted the community's perception of Street Fighter 5 back in 2015

I think it's fair to say at this point that Street Fighter 5 has been a... roller coaster ride of sorts. The game has seen its fair share of problems that have irked quite a few people since launch..

Don't get me wrong when I say this though. There are plenty of things about Street Fighter that I and many other people enjoy, but it feels like the negative feedback outweighs the positive at this point in time.

Nobody could've predicted the community's response to Street Fighter 5 before its release. Well, actually somebody did jokingly predict it.

Zidanel33t, a player most notable in the anime fighters community, made a rather interesting Tweet back in 2015. He ended up wishing for Street Fighter 5 to be worse than it's predecessor.

Well... some people will tell you that has actually happened. The game is certainly in a state where you're more likely to hear about player frustrations regarding it rather than happy times.

Keep in mind that since then, Zidane has confirmed that he was only joking at the time. Admittedly, it is pretty hilarious.

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There has been a bit of a revival for Ultra Street Fighter 4 going on as a result of the community perception of Street Fighter 5. I guess that is coming true for some fans.

So what do you think? Are you looking back at the days with Street Fighter 4 Yun as fond memories?

Source: Zidanel33t's Twitter.

What would be the best way to handle fusions in Dragon Ball FighterZ?

The Dragon Ball series is riddled with characters. From the super-powered Saiyan warriors to perverted hermits, the cast of characters found throughout the franchise ranges from wacky to completely badass.

Towards the end of the Dragon Ball Z run, fans were introduced to fusions -- the joining of two characters to create a more powerful fighter. These amalgamations saw their own popularity, with fusions such as Gotenks (Goten and Kid Trunks) and Vegito (Goku and Vegeta) making their appearance as a last stand to defeat their evil opposition.

Arc System Works is currently at the helm of Dragon Ball FighterZ, a 3v3 fighter that will pit fan-favorite characters from the franchise against each other in a 2.5D setting. Since ArcSys typically keeps their rosters concise, one can't help but wonder: Will we see fusions in Dragon Ball FighterZ? And if so, how will they work?

Before we get into that, let's talk about how fusion works in the world of Dragon Ball. There are two ways to fuse: by successfully performing the fusion dance or by using the Potara (Supreme Kai earrings).

With the fusion dance, both participants must perform the moves correctly to transform successfully. You can see the results of Gotenks' failures and the successful fusion in the banner above.

The Potara, on the other hand, require the users to wear one of the earrings each on opposite ears. For the Supreme Kais, the transformation is permanent, however, anyone else who uses the earrings will only stay fused for an hour before reverting back to their original forms.


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So, how could this idea transfer over to ArcSys' 3v3 fighter? Let's consider the possibilities.

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Japan only place you can find offline competition in Third Strike anytime say U.S. transplants - gamers give great insight into modern throwback scene

The days of Street Fighter 3: Third Strike were certainly a very interesting era for Street Fighter fans. It didn't really cater to new players that well, and was instead focused on the hardcore audience with a bunch of unfamiliar characters at the time.

Recently, a documentary of sorts was released by Phil H in which he interviewed U.S. players living in Japan. While many of these individuals have their own reasons for being in a foreign country, they definitely have something in common: an interest in Third Strike and the scene present in Japan.

One of the players even mentioned that it is the "red-headed step-child of the Street Fighter series," obviously referring to how it sort of deviated from the expectations of Street Fighter coming from Street Fighter 2.

In this documentary, it is noted that Third Strike can't really be accessed that easily in America, especially when you consider the arcade scene. As noted by another player, there are almost no arcades in America anymore.

As a result, it seems as though these players have determined that Japan is the best place in the world to play Third Strike. It is here that it is said that the best Third Strike players in the world live and play.

In particular John, or "JP" in Japan, said "if you want to take your game to the highest level, you can do it. Maybe in other places, it's not really possible."

Be aware that there is a little NSFW language present in the video. Hit the jump below to check out this interesting documentary.

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The Dante master returns: Isedelica shows us what the gun-wielding devil can do in these Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite combo videos

If you're unfamiliar with Isedelica, the content creator is known for making stellar combo videos. Specifically, Isedelica is renowned for being one of, if not, the best combo creator for Dante in the Marvel vs. Capcom 3 series.

With the release of Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite's story demo during the week of E3, players everywhere were able to get a taste of what the game has to offer. Isedelica used that time to put in work with Dante and see what he's capable of this time around.

Today we have a couple of combo videos from the creator that focus on solo Dante in MvCI. First up is a single combo using Infinity Storm and Devil Trigger.

What follows is a more complete combo video with several different sequences to behold. Below is a quick clip from that video to get you started.

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Nintendo to release SNES Classic this September, features 21 of the era's most legendary titles including Street Fighter 2 Turbo: Hyper Fighting

Nintendo of America has announced a new mini-console that will surely evoke all of the nostalgia you can muster. The Super NES Classic is set for release on September 29th and will include 21 of the era's most legendary titles.

The SNES Classic will run for $79.99, and though it will include less games than its predecessor, the NES Classic, it will include a second controller for all of your multiplayer needs. The two wired controllers are the same model as those you'd find with the original SNES console.

Additionally, the box will come with an HDMI cable, an AC adapter, and a USB charging cable. The software, however, is the real draw here.

Each SNES Classic comes equipped with some of the greatest games to ever hit store shelves, including Street Fighter 2 Turbo: Hyper Fighting. Players can jump right into local battles with friends thanks to the inclusion of the second controller.

Nintendo has also included Star Fox 2 in the SNES Classic. Though it has been available as a ROM for some time now, the game never saw an official release due to cancellation.

The line up for this mini-console is spectacular, bringing classics like Super Mario World, Super Castlevania IV, and Donkey Kong Country back for a new generation of players to experience.

If you never really had the chance to delve into the SNES library, the Classic will be perfect for you as it features some of the quintessential games that characters from our modern fighting titles starred in. You'll find Mega Man X (Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite), Street Fighter 2 Turbo: Hyper Fighting, and many of the main games that feature the core Super Smash Bros. roster.

Below are some images of the Super NES Classic. To view the whole game line up, be sure to hit the jump.

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New in-game screenshot of Future Trunks in Dragon Ball FighterZ

Early this morning, the official Dragon Ball Game Twitter account shared a new screenshot of the upcoming 2.5D fighter, Dragon Ball FighterZ. The image featured our first real look at Future Trunks, the latest character to be revealed as playable.

The character was first unveiled last week in the latest issue of the Japanese magazine Weekly Jump. The page scan showed a small image featuring the Super Saiyan version of Future Trunks in the midst of what appears to be a super move.

Today's screenshot gives us a much better look at the character in action. We can see that Trunks will indeed be using his trademark sword in some capacity in Dragon Ball FighterZ.

With this addition to the roster, it makes me wonder if we'll be seeing kid Trunks enter the fray as well. As it currently stands, all of the main Saiyan warriors from the Dragon Ball Z series are represented here, except for Goku's son Goten.

Considering Arc System Works tends to have smaller rosters in their games -- and the fact that they are developing Dragon Ball FighterZ -- it will be interesting to see what selections they make for the playable cast. As of right now, the current roster consists of Goku, Gohan (teen), Vegeta, Future Trunks, Cell, Majin Buu, and Frieza.

Dragon Ball FighterZ is set for release in early 2018 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Pre-orders are all ready available.

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Red Bull Proving Grounds 2017 season 1 finals results feat. Brian_F, Alex Myers, CJ Truth, Mikeand1ke, Commander Jesse

Updated with final results: We've added the results for Red Bull Proving Grounds 2017 season 1 finals into this story.

The Red Bull Proving Grounds 2017 season 1 finals are happening in Santa Monica, California, Saturday and Sunday.

Players have qualified for the Red Bull Proving Grounds by playing in competitions hosted across North America and online. U.S. cities who have hosted events include Orlando, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle and Canadian cities Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver.

Notable players who are set to compete are Brian_F, Alex Myers, CJ Truth, Mikeand1ke, Commander Jesse, PIE|Kami, Darkchild, Kelvin Jeon, Jibrill, SD Pnoy, Magneto1080p, Tommy2step, Psycho_FL, Ice Effect, Terrence, Marvelo, Orangeman, L.E.S, Snafoo, Chi-Rithy and others.

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'Just because the game is more accessible doesn't mean we're sacrificing depth' - Capcom talks about catering to newcomers and veterans alike for MvCI

So it is no secret that Capcom is trying to make Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite a little less daunting for newcomers. There have been many changes implemented that go in a somewhat different direction from previous entries.

Many inputs have been changed to be easier, the main attack buttons are set to the face buttons for pad players, there is an auto combo feature that works simply by continuously pressing jab, and the game is now a 2v2 instead of a 3v3 fighter.

At the same time, it's important that depth is not sacrificed for the veteran players. Ideally, Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite has to cater to two different style of players.

GameSpot recently asked Peter Rosas about approachability and keeping the game interesting to the hardcore audience.

Specifically, they were interested in knowing what Peter would say to the hardcore audience that might be worried about the 2v2 system losing some complexity when compared to the 3v3 system.

Peter Rosas responded with "well, I would tell them that just because the game is more accessible doesn't mean we're sacrificing depth. We're just making sure that players who are unfamiliar with the Versus series, or unfamiliar with fighting games in general, are able to jump in and have fun."

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Kolin kara throw discovered in SF5; one of the few kara throws we know about since the removal of most of them

So for the most part, Capcom has put forth an effort in the past to remove kara throws from Street Fighter 5. They've managed to get most of them up to this point.

As far as we know, there are still a few of these still present. They aren't very common and don't have too much of a presence in the tournament scene.

For those that may not know, a kara throw is the cancellation of an attack's animation into a throw, extending its range. The range extension is usually dependent on the normal that was cancelled.

You need to input the throw command about one frame after the normal. This is typically best done through plinking.

Recently, it has been pointed out that Kolin is in possession of a kara throw. According to Sanford Kelly, this is done by cancelling her standing medium kick into the throw command.

It's not not currently known just how useful or practical this is quite yet. Only time will tell.


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Source: Sanford Kelly's Twitter.

Urien still has very impressive damage and block pressure despite the nerfs

The Street Fighter 5 patch that has essentially been marked by the community as Season 2.5 (or maybe 2.1) provided a number of changes to many characters. While there were a few characters that got a decent number of buffs, the nerfs were, for the most part, pretty minimal.

Among all the characters that were nerfed, it is arguable that Urien was the most nerfed character of the latest patch. His list of nerfs was certainly longer than all other characters.

With that said, it is looking like Urien might still be a pretty strong candidate in Street Fighter 5. He is still capable of performing headbutt loops and his V-Trigger is still easily one of the best in the game.

Fabio Sossa, on Twitter, has posted a number of quick clips showcasing some of Urien's tools. Indeed, the character is still looking fairly strong...

The first clip demonstrates a number of powerful blockstrings that Urien is able to pressure with. While some of the moves blocked don't always leave Urien at frame advantage, the next attack looks fairly difficult to interrupt.

After the jump, we'll get a good look at how much damage Urien can still deal with two combos.


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Here's every Super and special move for the first six characters in Dragon Ball FighterZ

We've seen quite a bit of Kamehameha beams, instant transmissions and Death Saucers from the E3 footage of Dragon Ball FighterZ, but it's easy to miss some of these moves amidst the fast paced and chaotic nature of Dragon Ball fight sequences.

Luckily, Vesper Arcade has taken the time to record footage of each of the six characters on the game's current roster performing their unique techniques.

Vesper even goes the extra mile to caption each sequence with the move name and input, so you can get an idea of how performing each move will feel.

Vesper leaves some notes for clarification, "The only thing missing I think was Gohan's super moves. All characters had at least one level 3 ultimate attack and every special move that had a heavy version costed 1 meter to perform."

It's also important to note that the "DR" and "SD" annotations refer to the "Dragon Rush" and "Super Dash" buttons.

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The Fight 2017 CPT ranking results feat. Brolynho, MenaRD, Flash, Dark, Baek

The Fight is a Capcom Pro Tour ranking event taking place this weekend in Bogotá, Colombia.

Along with Street Fighter 5, there will be King of Fighters 14, Smash 4, and Mortal Kombat XL. Side tournament games are Smash Melee, Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2 and Injustice 2.

Notable players expected to attend include F3|Brolynho, Rise|MenaRD, Flash, Umbrella|Dark, DM|Baek, Serpentaurus, TSD|ioRoS, Px|LM3 and some other strong Latin American players.

Street Fighter 5 has 75 entrants as of the time of this writing, KoF14 with 74, Smash 4 has 40 and MKXL has 19 entrants.

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