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Dragon Ball FighterZ anime and manga references found for Goku and Frieza so far

The Dragon Ball series is certainly among one of the most recognizable among the anime and manga culture. This includes Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball Super, and the now non-canon Dragon Ball GT.

It is a series that is obviously far from dead as the Dragon Ball Super series is one that only started somewhat recently and is still ongoing today. We can be sure that there are plenty of fans for them to continue working on it.

With the recently announced Dragon Ball FighterZ, we wouldn't be too surprised to find references to the show and manga. In fact, fan have already spotted a plethora of references in, what is likely, a small portion of what the completed product will look like.

A user that goes by the name of IKevinX has uploaded a compilation of references in the show, movies, and manga that involve Goku and Frieza. It's likely we'll see references pointed out for the other four announced characters, Vegeta, Gohan, Cell, and (fat) Majin Buu.

Once you see the videos, you'll realize just how much attention to detail that ArcSys is putting into character animations, stances, attacks, visuals, interactions, etc. It really does look like they went out of their way to reference as many sources of material as possible.

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ZeRo releases his latest tier list for Super Smash Bros. 4

TSM|ZeRo is typically regarded as the best Super Smash Bros. 4 player in the world. With his very dominant tournament results, it's really hard to argue otherwise.

While he is mostly known for his Diddy Kong, and more recently Lucina, he has experience playing with a number of characters. He also has a great deal of experience playing the best players of the world in high stakes situations.

Needless to say, he's a very knowledgeable player of the game.

Earlier today, ZeRo released his long awaited tier list which lists out all the tier positions of all the characters in the game, except for the Miis. He also gives his brief opinions on why he placed characters where he did in his tier list.

This is actually different than how ZeRo usually releases his tier list. Rather than discussing his opinions in a series of videos, he has condensed the entire list into a single video (thus avoid any "curse" that might interrupt him).

Please take note that ZeRo counts Pit and Dark Pit together as a single character, as with Marth and Lucina. He also places Bowers and Donkey Kong together in the same position.

Below is the image of the entire list. I highly recommend checking out the video after the jump to hear ZeRo's reasoning.

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More direct-feed Dragon Ball FighterZ footage from E3, gives a closer look at the game's mechanics and Vegeta's level 3 super

Over the course of the last week, we've been seeing a ton of Dragon Ball FighterZ footage from the E3 show floor. Though we've gathered useful information from player impressions and reports, most of what we've seen has been off-screen camera work, and understandably so.

To capture the full glory that is DBFZ, you'll need to watch direct-feed gameplay. Fortunately, GameSpot uploaded two videos that feature exactly that.

This showcase includes all six of the currently revealed cast of characters. We are treated to solid play from both sides, giving us more of an idea on how assists work. Additionally, be on the lookout for Vegeta's epic level three super in the second video.

Below is just a quick GIF to get you started. Be sure to hit the jump to view the footage.


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Thanos has a teleport, an armored overhead, and a shield projectile in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite - here's a rundown of the powerful fighter

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is bringing with it a handful of characters that fans have been anxiously awaiting the return of in the versus series. One such character is the super-powered titan himself, Thanos.

At E3 last week, Capcom Unity held a live stream in which Capcom's own Peter "Combofiend" Rosas, Marvel's Mike Jones, and MvC legend IFC|Yipes sat down to run viewers through the Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite versus demo. Among the explanation of the mechanics we found a number of different character breakdowns, so today we're going to recap the main points of what Thanos has to offer for those who may not have caught the stream.

Thanos is a large, towering character that exudes strength. He hits hard with powerful strikes that lead to wall bounces, but even though hulking characters tend to be bad with mobility in versus games, that's not the case here.

For one, Thanos has an air dash that allows him to quickly advance on his opponent from the skies. In his previous versus series game appearance -- Marvel vs. Capcom 2 -- Thanos was more about power than movement, so this is a nice change of pace for those looking to play him.

However, this time around Thanos also has a teleport. The light punch version causes him to appear right behind the opponent, whereas the heavy punch version appears behind and above allowing for a follow up attack on the way down.

Using this in conjunction with active switching, Infinity Stones, and his shield (which we'll talk about next) will make for some devastating mix ups and ways in for the galactic powerhouse. Check out the clip below to see these techniques in action.


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'Dragon Ball fans and non-fans alike are going to play it' - Clockw0rk on Dragon Ball FighterZ

Daniel "BT|Clockw0rk" Maniago is a player that may be familiar to fans of Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Early on, he was a pretty dominant player most notably with his Strider and Doctor Doom combination.

Eventually, he somewhat disappeared from the scene to pursue other things for a little while. Fans that have been keeping up with UMvC3 probably noticed his resurgence upon the scene.

Even still, he was always known in the community for his passion for the Marvel vs. Capcom series, and its gameplay style. He recently had an interview with Gootecks from Cross Counter TV concerning his thoughts on the newly announced Dragon Ball FighterZ game.

Dragon Ball FighterZ is certainly a game that professional UMvC3 players will feel comfortable with since it features a lot of similar systems. Despite claiming not knowing a whole lot about the Dragon Ball universe, Clockw0rk has expressed interest in playing the game.

"I want to distribute many head bustings," Clockw0rk said. "I am not a Dragon Ball fan and I want to play it."

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Filipino Champ and Justin Wong give us a taste of high-level Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite play at CEO 2017

CEO 2017 took place over the weekend in Orlando, Florida. Though the exciting tournament action was he main draw of the event, those in attendance were also treated to the opportunity of trying out Capcom's latest in the versus series, Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite.

Dipset Holla happened to record several matches between two Mahvel legends: FOX|Justin Wong and SPY|Filipino Champ. The pros haven't had that much time with the game, but they're already giving us a taste of what high-level play might look like when the game is officially in the hands of the masses.

Throughout the matches, JWong runs a team of Nova and Captain Marvel, while FChamp plays Ultron and Captain Marvel. In the footage, we see that both players have gotten fairly comfortable with using the game's various mechanics.

Each competitor actively uses the character switch button for extended combos and set ups, and Filipino Champ's use of Infinity Surge is already looking strong. You can check out an impressive confirm from Justin in the GIF below.

In this story, we have included four matches for you to enjoy. Be sure to check out Dipset Holla's YouTube channel as there are 11 more matches to check out.

Please keep in mind that this is Mahvel, so there may be a bit of language NSFW here.


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Capcom enters into cross-licensing agreement with Bandai Namco to improve online experience for properties such as Street Fighter

Capcom has announced a new partnership with Bandai Namco, but it's not exactly for the reason you might think. According to a press release this morning, the company aims to improve "online matching" in properties such as the Street Fighter.

"The purpose of this agreement is to improve the user experience while accelerating the production of titles and reducing development costs for both parties," the press release states. This cross-licensing agreement will also allow Capcom to bring more exciting content to Street Fighter and future titles.

Capcom will use this partnership as a way to gauge future collaborations. This may lead to even better user experiences and a healthier game industry down the road.

Though the press release doesn't directly state it, this is very likely referencing Street Fighter 5. If that's the case, this is quite interesting for the game's future.

It is no secret that one of Street Fighter 5's largest issues is its online experience. From constant server maintenance to slow matchmaking (which was addressed in the recent update), the game has struggled with connectivity since launch.

With assistance from Bandai Namco, we could potentially see a stronger experience overall. Not only that, but the acceleration of title production may also lead to faster release times for new content and game updates.

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Throw loops, hard reads from Snake Eyez, and Smug beating a Critical Art with a Critical Art - CEO 2017 Street Fighter 5 highlights

Finally, the last tournament of CEO 2017 has come to an end. We've already given you highlights for Tekken 7 and Injustice 2 earlier today.

Even with all the new games out, Street Fighter 5 is still getting good viewership from the fans. It had 548 participants involved.

This time we have, you guessed it, highlights for Street Fighter 5. These moments showcase the hype we saw during the top 8 part of the tournament.

Our first two situations has to do with with the set between RB|Snake Eyez and DouyuTV|Xiao Hai. While somewhat different, they ended in a very similar manner.

Snake Eyez, in both of these showcased games, was pretty far ahead in terms of his life. He was able to catch Xiao Hai off guard with his smart usage of critical arts.

The first time involved using the fast recovery time of Zangief's hopping knee upon whiff to get in close. The second time was a wake up critical art.


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CEO 2017 results feat. Punk, NuckleDu, Daigo, Snake Eyez, Smug, XSK Samurai

Updated with results from CEO 2017: We've added the final results for this tournament below.

One of the biggest fighting game tournaments in the world kicks off today, Community Effort Orlando, better known as CEO.

The competition will take place in Orlando, Florida, and is scheduled to attract some of the world's best fighting game players.

This is a premiere Capcom Pro Tour event for Street Fighter 5, and part of Injustice 2 pro series and Tekken World Tour.

Notable Street Fighter 5 players in attendance include PG|Punk, Liquid|NuckleDu, FOX|Tokido, CYG|PR Balrog, CYG|Daigo Umehara, DouyuTV|Xiao Hai, FOX|Momochi, GGP|Kazunoko, PIE|Smug, RB|Snake Eyez, Rise|Marn, Brian_F, FOX|Justin Wong, SPY|Filipino Champ, GRPT|MOV, CO|Dogura, Circa|LPN, EG|NYChrisG, EG|K-Brad, DNL|Chris Tatarian, EG|Ricki Ortiz, F3|Alucard, XSK_Samurai, NS|Ludovic, FA|Mono, Flash, WBG|CJ Truth, among others.

Top players for Smash 4 include TSM|Zero, FOX|MKLeo, C9|Ally, RNG|Dabuz, P1|Tweek, 2GG|Komorikiri, Mr. R, NRG|Nairo, MSF|Larry Lurr, MVG|Salem, DNG|Kameme, LG|Abadango and 2GG|Ranai, plus many more.

The top game for entrants as of Thursday evening was Smash 4 with 611, followed by Street Fighter 5 with 548, Injustice 2 had 400 people, Melee 292 and Tekken 7 picked up 248 competitors.

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SonicFox and Madzin score perfect rounds, Slayer causes the crowd to erupt, and Whiteboi wins with Scarecrow - CEO 2017 Injustice 2 highlights

The Injustice 2 tournament at CEO 2017 is now complete. Like the Tekken highlights, we have some hype moments coming from the top 8 for Injustice 2.

This was probably the biggest tournament for Injustice 2 so far. There were about 400 people who participated.

In particular, Whiteboi had an extremely impressive run during this tournament. Many people might have to reevaluate Scarecrow's tier position after this tournament as a result of his performance.

In the first match, Circa|Forever King had a pretty big mountain to climb, as Whiteboi had a considerable life lead on him. You can tell that Forever King was desperately trying to keep Whiteboi from using his trait and getting too close.

After finishing his combo, Forever King tried to zone Whiteboi out. Batman's batarangs ended up being too fast for Scarecrow to teleport in.

Either Forever King flubbed up his input or he was trying to bait it out for a combo, but Whiteboi was able to teleport in and let the gas finish him off.


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All 21 characters in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite present in the E3 and CEO builds added to our moves database

A little while back, we posted that we had moves for all the characters that were present in the demo of Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. There were 10 characters in all at the time.

Thanks to everyone that have been posting screen shots of character move lists, and for the people that have directed our attention to these screenshots, we've been able to increase the number of complete characters in our database to 21 -- more than double than before.

These 21 characters are all the characters that are present in the E3 and CEO builds of Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. Our team has worked hard to get all the information together.

Note that the characters that were not present in the demo build that have been added are Dr. Strange, Hawkeye, Hulk, Iron Man, Morrigan, Nova, Ryu, Strider, Thanos, Ultron, and Zero. You can get a sneak peak at their moves before the game launches.

Since the game is still in development, it is technically possible for characters to have changes to their moves before September 19, 2017. We'll be sure to keep an eye out for any updates to character move lists upon release.

Hit the jump below to check out the list of characters in our Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite moves database.

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JDCR keeps making comebacks with a giant combo while Fuko La Muerte whiff punishes with a Rage Art - CEO 2017 Tekken 7 highlights

The Tekken 7 tournament at CEO 2017 has now come to an end. We have highlights coming from the top 8 segment of the tournament.

Being that Tekken 7 has a system in place that causes the game to go into slow motion when finishing hit is about to go off, it really does help in highlighting key moments in the game. You know that usually, someone is about to lose when it goes into slow motion (although not always).

Jack-7 certainly made a strong showing in this tournament, especially considering that FOX|Saint ended up winning the whole tournament with him. Five of the six highlights has Jack-7 involved.

But our first highlight showcases Fuko La Muerte's Bob landing his Rage Art against HZRD|Speedkicks's Hwoarang in a combo. It was just enough to bring Speedkicks to a sliver of life remaining.

Before Fuko La Muerte landed this combo, he himself was at a sliver of life remaining left. By this point, a hit for either player would've done the other in.

Leave it to the slow motion to make a comeback even more epic.


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DreamHack Summer 2017 results feat. Phenom, GamerBee, Itabashi Zangief, Yukadon, Sako, Oil King

Updated with results: We've added results into this story for DreamHack Summer 2017.

DreamHack Summer 2017 is going down this weekend in Jönköping, Sweden.

The main FGC tournament games are Street Fighter 5, Super Smash Bros. Melee and Pokken Tournament. This is also a Capcom Pro Tour premier event.

Some of the notable Street Fighter 5 players schedule to compete BX3|Phenom, Zowie|GamerBee, Mago, DNG|Itabashi Zangief, RB|Luffy, YouDeal|Yukadon, Scarz|Sako, CO|Go1, Zowie|Oil King, NASR|Big Bird, Method|Packz, Talon|Xiaobao, Cobelcog, among others.

A handful of top competitors for Smash Melee include Alliance|Armada, RB|Leffen, Alliance|Android, Professor Pro, Asterion|Amsah.

DreamHack is great setting for fighting game competition, and the festivities should be quite enjoyable once again this year.

You can find the live streams and schedule information below.

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Killer Instinct coming to Steam later this year

As a live attendee at CEO 2017, I have to say that watching the Killer Instinct top eight bracket play out in the main hall was incredibly encouraging. The fans love this game.

The passion is just as red-hot as ever, and the game continues to fight on with the recent announcement of DLC character Eagle keeping the train chugging along.

Killer Instinct is often held in a bit of a tragic light in the sense that it's one of the most gamer-friendly fighting games out there, but that its potential was a bit stifled due to its Xbox One-exclusive release.

While yesteryear's PC release was surely a big help in terms of outreach, there was another announcement at CEO that looks to potentially get the game into even more hands.

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While admiring Sagat's statue in the story, collect 6,600 FM in this week's missions - here's how to complete 'The Rumored Four Kings Statue'

Yesterday, this week's missions were launched on Street Fighter 5. 6,600 fight money can be yours with a session of matches.

Like all the recent weeks, the missions are repeats. In other words, we already know how to complete the "cryptic" 5,000 FM challenge already because we've already seen it before.

This week's 5,000 FM mission is called "The Rumored Four Kings Statue." This mission can actually only be completed in a character's prologue story mode, since the conditions can only be met then.

Ironically, this mission marks one of the very few situations in which there is a reference to Sagat in Street Fighter 5. He's obviously not playable as of right now, after all.

Specifically, this is referring to the statue of Sagat in the Lair of the Four Kings stage. Normally though, there is no statue of Sagat as he is replaced by F.A.N.G.

Below are this week's missions.

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'I'm a stick player now' - Punk tells us why he showed up to CEO primarily using an arcade stick, instead of his trademark Sony Dualshock

Punkthagod, The Alpha, the Eleague Champ... Victor "PG|Punk" Woodley identifies under a lot of different titles, but "stick user" has never been one of them, until now.

If you've been watching CEO 2017, you may have noticed that the young champion has been using a fight stick instead of his traditional PlayStation controller.

We wouldn't hold it against you if you didn't catch it, as it seems the transition hasn't slowed The Alpha's dominating gameplay in the slightest.

I approached Punk while he was playing a casual match with CYG|PR Balrog (thanks for the top tier photo bomb, Ed) to ask him about the switch.

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Eagle gameplay reveal in Killer Instinct, game coming to Steam later this year

We've now gotten some prerecorded gameplay of Eagle in Killer Instinct, which was featured at CEO 2017 before the grand finals of the game's tournament. Eagle, the brother of Thunder, is the next downloadable character coming to the game.

Being that he holds a bow, it looks like he takes a zoning approach rather than the grappler's approach that his brother takes. A lot of his moves remind of Green Arrow from Injustice and Hawkeye from MvC.

In addition to this, he has a mechanical bird that is always with him. This bird can be utilized to perform attacks without an animation from Eagle himself -- which means these attacks essentially function like "assists" similar to ARIA.

Of course, Eagle is not able to just keep zoning and running away. He has a limited number of arrows in which he is able to fire.

In order to replenish his arrow stock, he has to go out of his way to pick them up. He starts out with a whopping twelve arrows, however.

It was also announced that Killer Instinct will be coming to Steam later this year. An exact date was not given beyond that.

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'I'm definitely gonna play Infinite but... something just feels empty about it' - Floe's early review of Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite

He's watched the reveals, he's played the demo and now Floejisan is ready to tell us all what he thinks about Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite.

Floe has released a video in which he reviews the early footage that has been released and gives a reaction review immediately after finishing playing the MvCI demo.

The California player goes on a bit of a roller coaster as he is extremely hype seeing the footage for the first time. After watching the more recent reveals from E3 however, his excitement wanes a bit.

Watching Thanos perform his level three Hyper combo actually took the wind out of Floe's sails a bit, and he went as far as to say "when's Dragon Ball?" when the recent round of reveals were said and done.

Floe then played the demo, and again turned back to a more optimistic outlook. It's new, and there are some big hesitations, but Floe ultimately deems the game "actually enjoyable."

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Infiltration's Nash vs. Iwate, the #1 ranked player in Street Fighter 5

Seonwoo "RZR|Infiltration" Lee is known as being one of the best Street Fighter 5 players. In particular, he is renowned for his early dominance in the game with Nash.

Unfortunately, Nash was nerfed pretty harshly in the Season 2 patch, the meme being that Nash had his arms and legs cut off. In the Season 2.5 update, however, Nash had some of his older tools returned to him.

This time he is going going up against the #1 player on ranked Street Fighter 5. Not only that, but Iwate is a Balrog player.

Despite the buffs that Nash has received from the latest patch, this is going to be a pretty tough match for Infiltration. Will he be able to prevail?

While Infiltration tries to play the hit and run zoning game, Iwate goes for a heavy hitting frame trap game. These are two unique styles going at one another in this best of three set.

Infiltration is definitely making good use out of Nash's improved dash in this particular sequence.


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Note that before the set begins, XusesGB showcases a quick compilation of these two players scoring perfects against other players. To immediately jump to the set, jump to 3:27.

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Every character can reflect projectiles in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite looks to be a game of near constant movement, high speeds and tyrannical offense.

As we've seen in Versus games before, a single stray hit can spell absolute disaster, and often lead to a KO.

As players try to keep track of the two million simultaneous happenings on screen, a usually innocuous, slow moving projectile can very easily become a daunting fireball of death that interrupts a flow or locks a player down in defense.

Infinite already has a few characters capable of tossing out projectiles like this, but the Reality Stone power up grants the ability to produce a slow-moving, homing fireball to any player that chooses to utilize it.

We can already imagine the set ups players like EG|ChrisG will be able to generate with this kind of tech. Sounds fairly overpowered doesn't it?

Luckily the developers for MvCI have already put something of a counter measure in place to help balance this.

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'Drunk Swede' puts tournament set on hold to read Daigo's book at DreamHack Summer

If you don't get that Street Fighter 5 thumbs up, you better not jump in to the next tournament match.

Capcom Pro Tour Premier event DreamHack Summer has the Scandinavian Peninsula rocking with fighting game entertainment, but one player in particular stole the spotlight not for his stellar play as much for his comical antics.

Patrik Andersson normally goes by "Patrik" in tournaments, but commentator F-Word identified him on stream as "that drunk Swede" because of his usual state of sobriety while at events.

The Swedish player showed the stream that he's more than happy to bring that light-hearted nature right into a tournament match as he sat down to face off against YBK|Daikoku and his fearsome Birdie.

Having lost the first game Patrik took a moment to head back to the character select screen, not for the sake of changing characters, but rather for some quick reading of CYG|Daigo Umehara's book "The Will to Keep Winning."


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Want to see how it worked out for him? We have the end result below.

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'We have a demo and we have a real build; the difference is night and day' - Filipino Champ on MvCI

BornFree is back with another player interview. This time he is interviewing Ryan "SPLYCE|Filipino Champ" Ramirez.

There are quite a number of interesting topics that need to be covered with a player like Filipino Champ. After all, he is considered to be one of the best players of UMvC3.

This is a great opportunity to get his opinions on not only Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, but Dragon Ball FighterZ. Both games can be considered to be successors to UMvC3, whether actually or spiritually.

Of course, there is also a brief conversation about the SFV experience within the video as well. It is mentioned that players feel like they are coming out a little burnt from this.

If you've been following Twitter, then you may know about how many professional players have been praising MvCI. As a result, a lot of players have been accused of being paid off by Capcom to say such things.

Filipino Champ gets an opportunity to comment on these accusations. He notes that the build playable at E3 is better than the demo build released to the public, specifically saying that the difference is night and day.

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Microsoft and Nintendo are working together for cross-play, but Sony is apprehensive to join - what this could mean for the FGC

You may have noticed that the Nintendo Switch was showcased during Microsoft's E3 press conference over the weekend when the topic about Minecraft came up. It has been announced that Minecraft will feature cross-play between Microsoft's Xbox One and Nintendo's Switch.

Not only that, but there will also be cross-play between the Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Steam for Rocket League. It feels like we're heading into a new era for gaming, but one console appears to be missing from this.

Perhaps you are aware that there exists a versions of Rocket League and Minecraft on the PlayStation 4. Despite this, there are currently no plans on Sony's part to have cross-play with the other consoles.

Not only are there no plans from Sony, but Jim Ryan, the head of marketing for Sony Interactive Entertainment, expressed apprehension regarding the idea to Eurogamer. In particular he noted the responsibility that they feel they have with their install base.

"We've got to be mindful of our responsibility to our install base. Minecraft - the demographic playing that, you know as well as I do, it's all ages but it's also very young. We have a contract with the people who go online with us, that we look after them and they are within the PlayStation curated universe," said Jim Ryan.

Despite this, Jim Ryan mentioned that they don't have any philosophical stance against cross-play, and have actually done it before. Street Fighter 5 players are certainly aware of this as the game features cross-play between the PlayStation 4 and PC.

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PR Canary, Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite meets Tekken 2, Scarecrow players become Deadshot players, and more: Ridiculous FGC images and memes

It's been a while since we've put together a ridiculous images gallery for you all, and a lot has happened since.

From Deadshot becoming a thorn in the side of many players to Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite's graphics being... questionable, today's batch of memes will surely provide you with a good laugh.

Below are just a handful to get you started. Be sure to hit the jump to view the rest.

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Jab loops, double Groot assist, and tons of tagging: Desk releases two Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite combo videos

Desk is back with more epic combo videos. Deviating from the recent Injustice 2 CMVs, the combo wizard takes his first trek into the world of Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinte.

Using the story demo currently available for download on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Desk performs a number of intricate sequences with the pre-selected teams offered. From crazy relaunches to combos that extend beyond the top of the screen, there's a lot to check out here.

One interesting thing that Desk utilizes is the Space stone's Infinity Storm. Using the boundaries of the box, Spencer is able to get 20 jabs in a row before the opponent goes spiraling out of the combo.

We also get to see several characters performing combos that use several relaunches with out the assistance of their partners. You can see one such sequence for Mega Man X below.


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You can check out both combo videos after the jump.

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