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Cross Counter: GamerBee vs. Momochi, Q&A session

This week's episode of Cross Counter features the Grand Finals match of Seasons Beatings Redemption between GamerBee (Adon) and Momochi (Ken). Also, the Cross Counter crew follows up with GamerBee for a question and answer session.

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Street Fighter X Tekken news on Nov. 20, Ono dialogue

Fans hungry for more information about the upcoming Street Fighter X Tekken will be happier in a few weeks, according to Capcom's Yoshinori Ono. He revealed today that he'd be making an announcement on November 20th in Moscow, along with a few other tidbits.

Can we get any new info about Street Fighter X Tekken? Even a little bit would be nice.

Ono: Please wait, [there's] news. I'll [talk] about it in Moscow on November 20th. ;)

I hope this image, on the right, is true Ono.

Ono: Hahaha!!

I'm still hoping that it's Alex that your little Blanka figure blocked in one of the images you posted.

Ono: Hehehe.

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Justin Wong, Marn, Mike Ross, and GamerBee talk Super Street Fighter 4 interviewed Justin Wong, Marn, Mike Ross, and GamerBee talking about how they broke into the fighting game scene and what they're expecting from the SoCal Regionals.
Tip from PotatoHead.

V-Ryu Super Street Fighter 4 Makoto compilation by YogaFlame24

YogaFlame24 compiled a set of Super Street Fighter 4 highlights of V-Ryu's Makoto. These all came from actual matches and you get to see quite a few of the tricks Makoto has up her sleeves.

Community news roundup for November 5th

Community news roundup for November 5th

• GoldenTrophy sent over a video showing how to do something he nicknamed a Focus Attack Dash Through Cancel with Ryu in SSF4.

Episode 10 of the Excellent Adventures of Mike Ross and Gootecks has been posted, featuring both guys trolling SSF4 players on Xbox Live along with a special guest.

• That1Nega is back with another Gen tutorial video. This time he shows you a few combos and also walks you through how they're done along with showing the inputs on screen. If you've struggled performing these combos, this is an excellent tutorial.

• Over on the SoCal Regionals website, there's a bunch of different offers available on various fighting game hardware and goodies, including Hori sticks and a PS3 LCD monitor.

• Availation illustrated some ideas of what MegaMan's move set could look like in Marvel vs. Capcom 3.

• A zombie T-Shirt version of the old school Genesis Special Champion Edition Street Fighter 2 cover art will be available at Hot Topic soon.

New costume release dates announced for Super Street Fighter 4

New costume release dates announced for Super Street Fighter 4 The Japanese Super Street Fighter 4 development team has announced new release dates for the current round of costume packs.

Unless otherwise noted, each costume pack will cost 320 Microsoft points or $3.99 USD on PSN.

• Chun-Li, C. Viper, Sakura, Rose, Cammy — Nov. 16, 2010

• Juri, Ibuki, Cody, Adon, T. Hawk — Dec. 7, 2010

• Zangief, E. Honda, Rufus, Abel, El Fuerte — Dec. 21, 2010

• Balrog, Vega, Sagat, M. Bison, Seth — Jan. 11, 2011

• Guile, Blanka, Dhalsim, Fei Long, Gen — Jan. 25, 2011

• Full Costume Pack — April 26, 2011. This will run 1,440 Microsoft points, or $18.00 USD.

Many community members commented that the release dates of the new costumes were too spread out, so Capcom shuffled the dates a bit based on user feedback.

The old schedule had these packs being released until mid March 2011.

Contributions to this story by VegaMan and ZUkUu.

Weekend community events Nov. 5 - 11

Weekend community events Nov. 5 - 11 If you have an event you'd like to submit, you can add it into the Events area of the forums or you can send it in via the Contact Us form.

• Los Angeles, California: SoCal Regionals, November 5 - 7. One of the biggest tournaments of the year, period. Attracting huge names from around the globe, like Daigo Umehara, GamerBee, Sako, Tokido, Justin Wong, Alex Valle and many others, $10,000 will be up for grabs in the SSF4 portion of this event. The Level|Up Crew will be handling streaming duties and additional coverage will be provided here on EventHubs throughout the weekend. Pre-party activities start on Friday, but the SSF4 tourney gets underway at 10 a.m. PST on Saturday. If you follow the scene — this is a must watch, or attend, event.

• Miami, Florida: South Florida Challenge 4, November 6 - 7. Team Sp00ky will be streaming this competition, casuals begin at 11 a.m. both days and tournament matches start at 1 p.m. All times EST.

• Brooklyn, New York: Guard Crush 12, November 10. Team Sp00ky will be streaming things, again, starting at 6:30 p.m. EST.

• Northfield, New Jersey: Jersey Shoreyuken 4, November 6. Streamed in HD on, SSF4 tourney starts at 6 p.m. EST.

• Rancho Cucamonga, California: Friday Night BattleGrounds Casuals, November 6. Live stream available on, 5:30 p.m. PST start time.

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Dual stick mod video tutorial, how to install a TEasy

SpeedBrkr mentioned an excellent video tutorial by Purplearms showing how to install a TEasy in under 30 minutes. Everything is done in real time, so you might want to skip around a little if you're not following along.

The TEasy is a solderless dual stick mod you can place in a Mad Catz Tournament Edition FightStick.

Doing so will of course void your warranty, but if you want the ability to use one joystick on both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. This is an effective solution, and if you don't mind poking around the innards of your stick, it's relatively painless.

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Problem with Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition, Sven hypes Street Fighter 3 Online

Problem with Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition, Sven hypes Street Fighter 3 Online Capcom's Yoshinori Ono and Christian Svensson made a few posts recently. First off, Ono mentions that there was a problem discovered with Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition and that it may miss its mid-December release date.

Yoshinori added that fans should expect an announcement regarding the release schedule of the new DLC costumes for the home versions of SSF4, though.

Also, Christian Svensson jumped into the fray to build a bit of hype up for Street Fighter 3 Third Strike Online Edition. Here's everything.

Ono: Wow, we have found a big problem [with] SSFIV AE today!! We should correct it. Will I make it in time?

Oh no, not like Gran Turismo 5, please Ono...

Ono: Hahaha, no problem! We can work it out!! ;P

Today [in the] evening [in Japan], the Official SSFIV's blog will announce [a new] delivery schedule [for] DLC costumes!! Everyone's [feedback] was carried to us!! ;D

Will Street Fighter III: Online Edition include new content?

Svensson: You'll find out... next year (which, since we're in November, isn't THAT far away). ;)

Unfortunately, we're not yet talking about the features or content of the game, as excited as I am about it. I'm going to have to keep you in suspense a bit longer.

Again, if I'd had my way, you wouldn't know about this title yet, so the suspense wouldn't be killing you just yet, but alas, we announced it just as the project was starting.

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Community news roundup for November 4th

Community news roundup for November 4th

• LiangHuBBB posted another video in his series of funny and cool moments in Super Street Fighter 4.

• That1nega sent in a Gen combo and instructional video for SSF4. Despite the game being out for awhile now, this is still a character that doesn't get a lot of limelight, so it's nice to see a bit more about him.

• Keeping with the Gen theme, Azahel showed how it's possible to avoid some projectiles with Gen's Crouching Medium Kick in SSF4 when in Crane Stance.

• The original Street Fighter 2 arcade game, with touch screen controls, is now available on the Apple application store free of charge. This is a 'freemium' requiring you to either buy more tokens or purchase the inexpensive title to keep playing after awhile, but if you have an iPhone, iPad Touch or iPad, this is definitely worth checking out. Here's some gameplay footage.

• SitverGold created a SSF4 combo video for Seth.

• ChoBo sent in a Balrog vs. Balrog SSF4 mirror match showing why you should never give up during a fight, at least when you have a fully charged Turnaround Punch ready.

• Ruu made a video showing how to land a cross up Air Hurricane Kick into Ultra 1 with Ryu, when your opponent is cornered.

• Just like Capcom Europe, Capcom USA is also running an art contest for Marvel vs. Capcom 3.

• has an interview with community member Ed Ma.

• YogaFlame24 sent in a Street Fighter dance video that a group called the Hygh Definytion Crew put on for Halloween.

WNF: Sako Super Street Fighter 4 matches against Justin Wong & Marn

Sako, the amazing Cammy player from Japan, played a few casual games against EG.Justin Wong and EG.Marn during this week's Wednesday Night Fights session.

This is all just a prelude to the main event, as the SoCal Regionals will take place this weekend and all three of these competitors will be entering the tournament, along with many other notables.

You can check out the matches recorded by the Level|Up crew below.

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Ken's obscure juggling combos in Super Street Fighter 4

Snoooootch put together another solid Super Street Fighter 4 video. This one showcases some of the more obscure juggling combos from Ken.

Battle Point guide for Super Street Fighter 4's online ranked mode

Battle Point guide for Super Street Fighter 4's online ranked mode There's a new guide on the site for those of you wondering how many points it takes to get a better grade in Super Street Fighter 4's online ranked mode.

If you want to know what it will take to improve your grade, make sure you stop by the page to see how many points you'll have to acquire first.

Also, leave a comment below with your current rank, character(s) and how far you hope to progress with them in the next 3 months.

Special Edition of Marvel vs. Capcom 3 in the works, art contest

Special Edition of Marvel vs. Capcom 3 in the works, art contest On Capcom Europe's website, an art contest was announced with a terrific prize, but another bit jumped out as well. Here's the blurb:

Capcom UK will select the best piece of artwork and the winning entry will receive either a PS3 or Xbox 360, a copy of Marvel Vs Capcom 3, a framed print of their winning entry and could have their entry featured in the art book to be released with the special edition of Marvel Vs Capcom 3: Fate Of Two Worlds!

It looks like Capcom Europe confirmed a special, or collector's edition, of Marvel vs. Capcom 3 with their announcement today.

This is something Capcom has talked about doing on a number of occasions, but it sounds like plans are much more concrete now. Details beyond what this edition will offer, besides the art book, of course aren't available, but it's nice to see that fans who want to purchase something more with their game will be able to do so, at least in Europe.

Thanks to Zonic for pointing this out.

Ken Super Street Fighter 4 combo video by RockManSeth

RockManSeth sent over this Super Street Fighter 4 combo video for Ken.

Community news roundup for November 3rd

Community news roundup for November 3rd

• Capcom Europe acknowledged the Mike Haggar image that came up the other day, most likely showing him in Marvel vs. Capcom 3.

• In the GodsGarden 2.0 Online SSF4 Tourney, Uryo and YHC-Mochi played a tiebreaker match for 3rd place. You can find the result here and a video archive of their match is also available.

• Devil Trigger pointed out this image created by a Makoto player who was a bit upset about the range of her Karakusa (Grab and Choke) in SSF4.

• Mr2nique posted a photo recap of the MvC3 Atlanta Fight Club on Capcom-Unity.

• The Zangief player in this clip might be using turbo.

• On, there's a humorous video about Blanka being a meter maid, sent in by Ryukenden.

Juicy Bits Podcast - Episode 10 - Focus Attacks

Juicy Bits Podcast - Episode 10 - Focus Attacks The weekly episode of Juicy Bits, a SSF4 podcast by Juicebox Abel, has been posted on

This week he talks about utilizing focus attacks, the importance of integrating them into your game, and specific FA strategies by character. Also, there's the Q&A session which takes place every episode as well.

This is a little over 30 minutes long.