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Street Fighter 5, Guilty Gear and BlazBlue artwork by Plain Purinn

Today we're featuring the lovely work of artist Plain Purinn.

Our gallery features primarily Street Fighter 5 characters, with a peppering of guests from Guilty Gear and BlazBlue.

Most of Purinn's characters are up against solid backgrounds, but that summer Karin standing out in the shallow ocean adds a whole other level of depth, and really show's the artist's potential.

We've grabbed 15 of our favorite images to share with you, though you'll want to visit Purinn's Twitter page for more of their beautiful work.

Here are the first six images, with the rest awaiting after the jump. Please chime in in the comments section to let us know what you think.

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Killer Instinct 3.8 patch notes and footage of Aganos' absolutely brutal new Ultimate

The Killer Instinct 3.8 patch is coming on June 27th, and developers have come forth with quite a lengthy list of changes.

Sadira, Orchid, Spinal, Riptor, Omen and Cinder did not receive and tweaks, but everyone else will be getting a makeover in two days' time.

There's only one general system fix rolling out:

Fixed an issue preventing several characters from cancelling normals into specials from too far away, which was most noticeable when hitting the outstretched limbs of opponents. These cancels will still not be possible from these ranges when striking armor.

With the video below, you'll catch up on recent news and hear Rukari list off most of the new character changes.

This patch will release Eagle ($4.99) as well as introduce a few new Ultimate combos. Here's what Aganos' looks like:

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'Dragon Ball FighterZ may be the most true to the source Dragon Ball game yet' - IGN's 7 things you need to know about DBF

The fighting game community cannot get enough when it comes to Arc System Works and Bandai Namco's upcoming Dragon Ball FighterZ.

We've been viewing and reviewing all the available footage and developer interviews as we scrap to learn all we can about DBF.

IGN got some hands on time with FighterZ at E3, and therefore has some special insight into the 3v3 fight fest.

Mitchell Saltzmen has come out with a "7 Things You Need To Know" video, which very well may cover some aspects of the game you haven't heard or thought on yet.

Saltzmen covers such facets as the X-Factor-like Sparking Blast mechanic, the way each of the revealed characters play, and destructible arenas.

We were especially excited to hear that, at least as far as Saltzmen is concerned, FighterZ may very well be the most true to the source Dragon Ball game yet.

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'Sonic Fox will win more than he'll lose, but others are catching up...' - CEO champion Whiteboi on Injustice 2's competitive landscape

Would FOX|Sonic Fox continue his NRS reign? Would it be EMPR|Theo's time to return to the spotlight? Speculations ran rampant as Injustice 2 fans discussed who would walk away from CEO 2017 with the championship belt, but few (if any at all) put their money on a Scarecrow main.

Nicolas "Whiteboi" Andersen would surprise the masses with some absolutely incredible play with a character that hasn't been anywhere near the top tier discussions that figures like Black Adam and Deadshot have dominated.

JTCircus scored an interview with the CEO champion in which the two discuss such topics as tiers, general receptions of the new game and top players.

Given his near untouchable status during Mortal Kombat X, Sonic Fox is widely viewed as the man to beat when it comes to NRS games. "He'll definitely win more than he'll lose," explains Whiteboi, "but we saw in this tournament guys are catching up. Theo instantly won 3-0."

Andersen also notes a few characters that he thinks are being slept on right now, predicts when NetherRealm Studios will next patch Injustice 2 and more in the full interview below.

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Balrog is third best, Urien doesn't even crack top five and Ed has 'no future' according to Nemo's new Street Fighter 5 top tier list and discussion

We've had a little time to wrestle and play with the new Season 2.5 changes in Street Fighter 5, and that means more and more players are starting to come forward with updated tier lists.

A master at a range of fighting game titles and one of the most interesting fighting game players to watch in general, AW|Nemo recently took to Twitter to share his top five characters of SF5's current iteration.

The Japanese pro player shared a similar post back in January wherein he claimed that Guile, M. Bison, Zangief, Urien and Necalli were the absolute strongest in the game. That's changed quite a bit now, with only two of those still in his top ranks.

Nemo mains Urien, one of the most discussed characters of Season 2.0, and has stricken the Illuminati head from his list.

While it's not uncommon for players to deem their own character a little weaker than other players might, we do have to acknowledge Nemo's strong wins in Season 2.0 (Topanga League, Red Bull Kumite) contrasted with his post 2.5 patch performances. He reached 9th in the CPT Online Asia event yesterday, for instance.

Read on for Nemo's current thoughts.

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'If you were to actually think about it, these characters are just functions' - Capcom talks about representing character playstyles in MvCI

One of the most memorable things about the Marvel vs. Capcom series is its expansive roster. True to its title, this series features characters from both the Marvel universe and Capcom's numerous intellectual properties.

With that said, many fans have noticed a lot of classic characters that appeared in previous MvC titles are notably missing this time around. X-Men characters, like Magneto, have been present in Marvel vs. Capcom titles since the very beginning -- until now.

Recently, Peter Rosas and Michael Evans sat down in an interview with GameSpot to discuss a few topics regarding Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. They talked about subjects like the feedback surrounding Chun-Li's face and how they are representing character playstyles.

When GameSpot asked Peter and Mike about missing characters like Magneto and Sentinel, they gave a response.

"If you were to actually think about it, these characters are just functions. They're just doing things," said Peter Rosas.

"Magneto, case and point, is a favorite because he has eight-way dash and he's really fast, right? Well guess what, Nova can do the same thing, Captain Marvel can do the same thing. Ultron can do the same thing."

"It's just the function that people are associating with the character, and there's no shortage of that. We made sure that all proper playstyles can be represented with our current roster."

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'If we get enough demand from fans, we could make a Switch version [of Dragon Ball FighterZ]' - Tomoko Hiroki, producer of DBFZ

As we already know, Dragon Ball FighterZ is set to release sometime in 2018 on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, with a beta coming sometime in Summer 2017. There has been no announcement of a release on the Nintendo Switch.

The French website, Gameblog, recently conducted an interview with Tomoko Hiroki, the producer of Dragon Ball FighterZ. An interesting question that came up was if the game could potentiall come to the Nintendo Switch.

There was apparently a perception that the Nintendo Switch version of Xenoverse 2 had to have some features cut due to power limitations. However, Tomoko Hiroki cleared up this perception by stating that it actually wasn't an issue.

"We did not run into any true difficulties for the Switch version of Xenoverse 2," said Tomoko. This seems to suggest that the Nintendo Switch would be able to handle Dragon Ball FighterZ.

"I’d say that if we get enough demand from fans, we could make a Switch version [of Dragon Ball FighterZ] as well. Although, it may not release at the same time as the other versions, we might consider it."

Fans have already heard the call. There is currently a petition going on that requests a release to the Nintendo Switch.

This petition already has 11,815 of its 15,000 signature goal. Check out the petition if you are interested in supporting the effort.

Source: Gameblog, translations by Siliconera.

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THE STREAM MONSTER uses CEO 2017's stream chat to commentate Injustice 2's grand finals

A little while back, we witnessed something... unique, to say the least. THE STREAM MONSTER created a video of the Combo Breaker grand finals being commentated using the stream chat.

I'm sure we all know just how "respectful" the stream chat can be during events like these. Expect some NSFW language in these type of videos.

This time, we're going to see what the stream chat had to say about the CEO 2017 Injustice 2 finals. It was here where Whiteboi surprised everyone by taking the tournament with Scarecrow.

Needless to say, like last time, hilarity ensues due to the commentary. Considering that Whiteboi's opponent during the grand finals was Slayer playing Aquaman, there a lot of comments particularly focused on trident rush.

We'll be sure to keep an eye out for more of THE STREAM MONSTER's videos in the future for content like this. It seems like this is reserved for hte big tournaments where the stream monsters are at their most vicious.

Hit the jump below to check out the video.

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'In my experience as a woman, I don't think the FGC is sexist' - gamer and model Ginny Lou offers a feminine perspective on the community

Visit a just about any fighting game event and you'll notice firsthand that the ratio of men to women is no where near 1:1. The fighting game community has traditionally been pegged as an entity that's both unwelcoming and uninteresting to most women.

It's for this reason that we're very encouraged to see community members like Ginny "EXT0PD0LL" Lou testify that the FGC is by no means a men-only club. Only a few seconds into her interview with Ryan Hart, Lou's passion and enthusiastic appreciation for all things fighting games becomes readily apparent.

She and Hart discuss a myriad of topics ranging from her initial interests in the genre to tier lists, and of course, her experiences as part of the community's feminine minority.

Contrary to what one might expect, Lou explains that when it comes to the FGC, she personally hasn't been treated any differently than anyone else.

As a player, model, writer and all around general enthusiast, Lou offers a great deal to the scene on multiple levels.

Here's an image of EXT0PD0LL in her M. Bison (her absolute favorite of the Street Fighter cast) cosplay outfit. You'll catch her full interview after the jump.

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Northern Fights results feat. NuckleDu, Wolfkrone, Filipino Champ, Vagabond

Updated with final results: We've added the results from Northern Fights into this story. You can find them all below.

World Gaming is hosting the Northern Fights tournament this afternoon from Toronto, Canada. This is the National Finals portion of this competition.

Street Fighter 5 and Mortal Kombat XL are scheduled for competition today.

Some of the notable players who are competing in SF5 include Liquid|NuckleDu, Wolfkrone, SPY|Filipino Champ, Noble|Vagabond, Kyle P and others.

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CPT Online Asia/Oceania Two results feat. Daigo, Bonchan, Kazunoko, Poongko, Nemo, Fuudo

The Capcom Pro Tour online series hosted another tournament recently, Asia/Oceania Two, which was a ranking event.

There were some absolute killers in attendance, including CYG|Daigo Umehara, FOX|Tokido, RB|Bonchan, AW|Nemo, GRPT|Fuudo, GGP|Kazunoko, GRPT|Haitani, Scarz|Sako, FOX|Momochi, CO|Go1, Poongko, Itabashi Zangief, YouDeal|Yukadon, CO|Dogura, Zowie|Oil King, GRPT|MOV, NL, Mishie, Xyzzy, GW|Eita, Talon|Xiaobao and John Takeuchi.

When all was said and done, 171 entrants signed up for Street Fighter 5, and some terrific players didn't even make it out of pools.

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'It could destroy the image of Dragon Ball if a weak character could destroy Goku' - DBF Producer Tomoko Hiroki talks balance, assists and more

The Dragon Ball series is known for upsetting expectations when it comes to character power and potential, but there are some characters in the universe that just don't come close to stacking up against others.

At this point in time there are seven characters (Goku, Vegeta, Gohan, Trunks, Cell, Majin Buu and Frieza) announced for Dragon Ball FighterZ, and while all seven do indeed fit into the "believable fight" category, if staple characters like Yamcha, Kirllin or Hercule make it into the game, their very presence may pose an issue.

"It could destroy the image of Dragon Ball if, for example, a weak character could destroy Goku," Producer Tomoko Hiroki told Siliconera when asked if character power levels were being taken into account.

"We’re trying to balance that out with the 3v3 aspect. There may be characters that are better at assisting or supporting than fighting," she explained. "Thanks to the 3v3 feature we can balance that out with the Dragon Ball universe."

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Ono - When I saw Mortal Kombat 2011's story, I thought Capcom should really take advantage of mimicking this and incorporate it into its games as well

The Mortal Kombat series has been around since the early 1990's, but was somewhat reinvented in 2011 when series co-creator Ed Boon took the helm under a brand new development company in NetherRealm Studios.

While the franchise has been known to explore bold single and multiplayer options via outside of the traditional fighting landscape, (there was a go-kart racing mode in Mortal Kombat Armageddon) Mortal Kombat 2011's story mode would become an instant genre standard.

It was almost like watching a movie that you'd interact with at times, and NRS would carry and build on this approach in the subsequent Injustice: Gods Among Us (2013), Mortal Kombat X (2015) and Injustice 2 (2017).

Fans weren't the only ones to appreciate the story experience of NRS fighters, as Capcom's Yoshinori Ono, Executive Producer for both Street Fighter 4 and 5, recently told IGN that MK 2011 had a direct influence on the most recent Street Fighter.

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Daigo vs. IWATE, the #1 ranked Street Fighter 5 player, in a FT10

Not too long ago, we saw RZR|Infiltration go up against the #1 player ranked Street Fighter 5 player, IWATE. Since it was only a FT2 set, it felt like it ended pretty quickly.

This time, IWATE is now going up against CYG|Daigo Umehara. In addition to this, we are treated to a FT10 set so this will definitely be longer than IWATE's set against Infiltration.

With EVO rapidly closing in, it certainly makes sense why these players would want to get the practice in. Competition tends to be extremely fierce at the EVO tournament.

In this set, Daigo is sticking to his Guile since Ryu has so far not been too impressive in Season 2.5. IWATE, of course, is using his Balrog.

Essentially what this comes down to is one of the most defensive characters against probably the most aggressive character. These two styles certainly clash.

Check out the pressure and chase down that Daigo gets from his projectiles.

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Don't get up smashed by Mario, keep Duck Hunt off stage as much as possible, and more - ZeRo's guide on beating every character in less than 4 minutes

Being that TSM|ZeRo probably has the most consistent tournament record as far as Smash 4 players are concerned, he likely has some insight on how to fight all the characters in the game. Being able to tap into this knowledge might be valuable for any player.

ZeRo has released a video that briefly gives a tip on how to beat every single character in Smash 4, in less than four minutes. True to the title's promise, the length of the video is only 3 minutes and 34 seconds.

As you might expect, these tips are extremely quick, basic, and to the point. While it might not be quite as useful as an in depth guide on how to beat each character individually, these quick tips might be enough to help you overcome some of your personal bad match ups.

In the very short span of time, we go over 55 out of the 58 characters. Quick tips for beating Mii Brawler, Mii Swordsman, and Mii Gunner are notably absent from the video.

Advice from ZeRo can range from not getting hit by Mario's up smash, camping Luigi out, blocking Mr. Game and Watch's dash attack, keep Duck Hunt off the stage, and being extremely patient against Bayonetta.

Despite this being a quick guide, ZeRo still manages to show off a stylish setup during it.

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Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite's latest versus build to be playable at EVO 2017

It has been announced over Twitter that Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite's latest versus build will be available and playable at EVO this year. We do not yet know if this latest build will include new characters or updated graphics from the E3 and CEO builds.

It is possible that this "latest build" will just be the same as the previous versus build. Hopefully it brings something new.

Note that the general public that have not been going to events like E3 and CEO have not yet actually tried the versus build. The build that most are familiar with is the story demo build.

Still, this certainly gives us a good opportunity to observe more sets that feature players like FOX|Justin Wong and SPY|Filipino Champ going at it. They are surely going to get better and become more aware of some of the more advanced mechanics the more that they play.

It will be particularly interesting to see if the graphics are improved in this latest build. I'm sure most we'll be on the look out for how Chun-Li's face looks...

With Capcom having some presence at EVO, we could be seeing an additional announcement as well. An announcement would most likely take place before or after the top 8 portion of Street Fighter 5.

Check out the announcement of Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite being present at EVO below.

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Source: EVO's Twitter.

Desk takes Akuma across Street Fighter 4, 5, and Tekken 7 for an absolutely amazing combo exhibition

Desk is on a tear when it comes to combo video making as of late. We've seen him venture into Injustice 2 and Tekken 7, and an occasional Street Fighter 5 compilation still goes live on his channel.

Today, however, Desk puts three different fighting games together to create the ultimate tribute to Akuma. Entitled "Tekken vs. Street Fighter: Akuma's Iron Fist 2," this video features Akuma combos from Ultra Street Fighter 4, Street Fighter 5, and Tekken 7.

From solo combos to ones that use bits and pieces from each game to make a larger, super combo, there's a lot to take in here. Couple this with Desk's excellent editing abilities, and you definitely won't want to miss this one.

Below is just a quick combo from the video to get you started. Be sure to hit the jump to view the full thing.

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Daigo gets a special, FGC-related dessert for being a fighting game legend - no really, this actually happened

Okay, this is just too awesome. We had to share it.

CYG|Daigo Umehara is a fighting game legend. Widely renowned as one of the greatest Street Fighter players to ever live, The Beast is someone that most fighting game fans are familiar with.

Earlier today, Daigo tweeted out a picture of a dessert he received during a recent restaurant visit. According to Umehara, one of the employees at the establishment was a Street Fighter 4 player and recognized him.

As we see in the photo, Daigo's dish was decorated with encouraging words for the Street Fighter veteran and FGC-related imagery.

It's such a great thing to see one of our most celebrated players getting recognition in a random, in-real-life outing. You can check out the tweet from Daigo below.

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Photo credit - Stephanie Lindgren.

Sub-Zero officially joins Injustice 2 on July 11th

Sub-Zero is the next DLC character headed to Injustice 2. Moments ago, Creative Director at NetherRealm Studios Ed Boon took to Twitter to reveal the icy fighter's official release date.

According to the tweet, we will be seeing Sub-Zero join the fight on July 11th. This is likely the early access release date, meaning those who purchased the Injustice 2 Ultimate Edition or character pass will be able to access the character on the aforementioned date, before everyone else.

DLC characters in Injustice 2 so far have come with a price tag of $5.99 each. Though we haven't seen official details on pricing for Sub-Zero, it is very likely that he will follow the same pattern.

9 new contenders are joining Injustice 2 as DLC, and so far we know the identities of three. Among the first trio of DLC characters revealed are Red Hood, who is available now, Sub-Zero, and Starfire, who we have yet to see gameplay for.

Sub-Zero is the second Mortal Kombat character to be featured in the Injustice series, Scorpion being the first in Injustice: Gods Among Us. Based on the DLC character silhouettes, however, we may also be seeing Raided join Injustice 2 down the road.

You can check out the announcement below.

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Capcom addresses negative feedback to Chun-Li's face in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, says they're looking into a change

Editor's note: We have made edits to this story to clarify that Mike Evans' statement about Chun-Li was said in jest.

One of the main talking points for Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite as of late has been its overall look. Many fans have expressed a dislike for the graphics style, saying that the game looks flat and some of the character models aren't up to par with other modern fighting titles.

Easily the loudest uproar came from Chun-Li's... weird looking face. It has been the talk of the town all month, and Capcom recently addressed the feedback.

In a set of interviews with GameSpot, Capcom's own Peter "Combofiend" Rosas and Mike Evans discussed some of the most prominent topics and concerns pertaining to Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. We learn more about the approach to the game's unique look and whether or not we'll see any drastic changes come launch.

"It's interesting to see the feedback on that kind of stuff," Evans told GameSpot. "Not to say that the fans are wrong or nitpicking stuff like that. That feedback is coming and we're hearing that feedback and we're taking it in stride and figuring out how we can improve on things.

"That said, the game comes out in three months so there's gonna be things that we can do in that time remaining and things that we can't do. When it comes to the overall look of the game, I feel like when people get it in their hands and they see it in motion, they really get what we're trying to do with the cinematic look."

Evans goes on to say that the stages play a large role in making the characters pop. XGARD was the first backdrop shown off for the game, and due to this particular battleground being fairly dark and having muted lighting, it doesn't really show off the game's colors or characters very well.

"I think as we show more stages, people will be impressed by the variety, with the look of the game and how the characters pop off it," Evans explained.

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An easy 10,800 Fight Money up for grabs in this week's Street Fighter 5 missions, here's how to complete 'Sakura's Urgent Errand' and the others

Street Fighter 5's fresh batch of missions are live and this week players can earn 10.800 Fight Money by completing all four.

As always, there are three straightforward challenges and one that requires a bit of digging. "Sakura's Urgent Errand" is this week's cryptic mission and though it is one that we've already seen before, we'll be telling you how to complete it as a recap and an "in case you missed it."

Check out this week's list of missions below.

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Dragon Ball FighterZ is already available for pre-order

Bandai Namco and Arc System Works' upcoming 2.5D fighter, Dragon Ball FighterZ is already available for pre-order on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The official official Bandai Namco website recently updated to include a section where you can drop your Zeni down to reserve a copy.

As of right now, the game has no official release date. The listing shows a December 31st, 2018 release, however, this is simply a placeholder as the game is actually expected early next year.

In order to pre-order, you'll have to create a Bandai Namco account, but don't worry, it's free to do so. Next, pick your platform, proceed to check out, and pay the $59.99 USD price tag to secure your purchase.

Dragon Ball FighterZ pits two players against each other using teams of three characters each. The fast-paced, high-flying action consists of classic characters from the franchise utilizing assists, explosive super combos, wall bounces, and more to earn the victory.

Goku, Gohan, Vegeta, Majin Buu, Frieza, and Cell have all been announced as playable characters. Just yesterday, we saw Future Trunks revealed via the latest issue of Weekly Jump.

Earlier this week, the EventHubs staff shared which characters we want to see playable in Dragon Ball FighterZ. It will be a while before we see if our picks made it in, but in the meantime, you can check out the Dragon Ball FighterZ move listings for the initial six characters here on our site.

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'One of our big goals is to have Dragon Ball fans realize how fun a genuine fighting game can be' - DBF producer talks 2D fighting, ArcSys and more

Back at E3, Game Informer was able to sit down with Dragon Ball FighterZ producer, Tomoko Hiroki, to get the skinny on the highly anticipated fighter.

We've seen plenty of Dragon Ball-based fighting games in the past, but never in a format that truly lends itself to the competitive fighting game scene of today.

Dragon Ball FighterZ' two dimensional fighting plane is a massive game changer in this avenue, as the FGC has boomed with anticipation overnight at the prospect of a truly competitive fighting game based in one the most iconic anime worlds of all time: Dragon Ball.

"We’re trying to aim for the core fighting game fans as well as the casual fans, and for eSports these types of 2D fighting games are very hype right now," explained Hiroki.

And so we thought that this kind of huge movement in terms of eSports, and combining that with a franchise that’s loved throughout the world like Dragon Ball would be a perfect match."

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Infiltration is back to Nash, but can he hang with Haitani's Necalli? These Street Fighter titans clash in an extremely intense set

He was the undisputed king of Street Fighter 5 in the game's early days, but RZR|Infiltration's road has been one of so many ups and downs since EVO last year.

The Korean player took the first two Premier events on the Capcom Pro Tour in a row, and seemed virtually unbeatable. A victory at EVO 2016 further solidified his status as top dog in the community, but lack of results in the latter part of the year.

The EVO champ actually went 0-2 during his run at Capcom Cup 2016, and would depart from Nash as a main character after the Season 2 balance changes nerfed the character.

With Infil's departure, much of the community also left Nash, seeing him as a washed up version of himself. That changed when RB|Bonchan returned to the head of the competitive scene with a fiery success none could deny.

With the Season 2.5 update, it seems Infiltration has returned to his original fighter, but we'll see if he can still hang with the world's best competitors. A video from Rekt Scrub sees him take on MJS|Haitani and his beastly Necalli.

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Snake Eyez pulls off a ridiculous bait, Smug steals a round and Punk gets tossed... a lot; Capcom's top five CEO moments

CEO was filled to the brim with hilarious antics and otherwise unforgettable moments, but getting down to serious business, Capcom Fighters has counted down their five favorite gameplay moments from the epic event.

With top eight competitors like PG|Punk, PIE|Smug, XsK Samurai and CYG|Snake Eyez, it's no surprise that the action escalated almost immediately and remained at a high clip for the duration of the tournament.

Not every highlight came straight from top eight however, as a F.A.N.G player by the name of Eric C surprised just about everyone when he took down the mighty FOX|Justin Wong during pool play.

The man of the hour had to be Snake Eyez, as he returned to his Street Fighter 4 Zangief glory with a dominating presence via insanely good reads.

His shimmy to bait out Samurai's eventual jump is one of the most intelligent sequences we've seen in a long while.

Here's part of one of our favorite highlights, wherein PG|Punk gets tossed around like a rag doll by Gachikun's Rashid. It happened so many times we couldn't fit it all into one clip:

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