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Justin Wong has never performed the Evo Moment 37 parry, and seeing him try now is a mix of every emotion ever

Justin Wong recently surpassed 100,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel, and as a celebration/thank you to fans, he attempted the iconic Evo Moment 37 parry sequence on his stream, apparently never having actually done so before.

"I actually never learned how to parry this, to be honest," he says, later admitting that he never even attempted the Moment 37 trial when it was included in the Online Edition of Third Strike. That all changes now as he buckles down and discovers just how hard it is to time the sequence's preemptive first movement, let alone the rest.

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That's not actually Mai in the King of Fighters 15 silhouette - Street Fighter 5 Director shares funny sketch for his choice, who's a pretty big deal

SNK's recent endeavor to start teasing their new King of Fighters 15 reveals with silhouettes has been successful in catching some fans off-guard with characters like Yashiro, but this week's looks to be pretty clearly Mai Shiranui โ€” but what if it's not?

Street Fighter 5 Director Takayuki Nakayama shared a special illustration sketching over the newest silhouette with his own comical fighter choice, who hasn't been seen in the series for quite some time.

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Cyrax has historically had insane damage in Mortal Kombat, but there was one time when the cyborg's damage just couldn't cut it with everyone else

Cyrax is typically known for having outright insane damage attached to his combos in the Mortal Kombat series. This is especially true in Mortal Kombat 9 when he was capable of quite literally breaking the combo system thanks to his unblockable bomb resets.

However, there was one game in the Mortal Kombat series where Cyrax was considered to be one of the weakest characters in the game because his damage was far lower than the rest of the cast. All this and more has been covered in PNDK&M's latest video upload titled "The Ultimate Kombo Machine - Competitive History of Cyrax."

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This season of Street Fighter 5 wasn't supposed to happen, but Capcom says fan feedback surpassed what happened in prior years

Saying Street Fighter 5's existence has been a wild ride would be a understatement.

It shipped with minimal single player content in 2016, and the story mode, which was promised at launch, came about 6 months afterwards as a free update. The game wouldn't receive a proper arcade mode till nearly two years later.

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The next King of Fighters 15 character trailer is almost certainly Mai Shiranui's

They haven't come right out and said it, yet, but SNK posted a silhouette tease for a character trailer scheduled to come out Wednesday and the shape is a most recognizable one.

Save maybe for Terry Bogard, Mai Shiranui has to be the most famous King of Fighters character. Unless they're purposefully misdirecting us with their teaser post, The Alluring Ninja Girl should be receiving a trailer this evening.

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That alternate dress costume shown for Rose is actually a cool reference to Street Fighter Alpha 2

Everyone had their souls overloaded with new Rose information for Street Fighter 5 yesterday in the Spring Update stream, and there's quite a few details we didn't even catch our first time watching.

Capcom revealed one of Rose's alternate costumes to be a more traditional dress that many may have assumed was simply an updated version of the outfit from Street Fighter 4, but it goes back much further to the fortune teller's second appearance ever.

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Here's everything we know about Rose's gameplay in Street Fighter 5 so far

Rose was showcased today during the Spring Update for Street Fighter 5, and Shuhei Matsumoto, who's a producer on the game, noted that the latest character has a variety of ways to play. He added that the team is still discovering new things about Rose every day.

Takayuki Nakayama, Street Fighter 5's director, said that Rose is a very technical character, and they proceeded to showcase some extensive combos and setups that this fighter now has available to her. A number of Rose's attacks have been heavily reworked, and she's going to play a fair bit differently than how she has in past titles.

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Rose's brand new Critical Art looks like it came straight out of Dragon Ball Z

Today served as probably the most exciting day for Street Fighter fans in a long time with Capcom showcasing Rose, Oro and Akira during the Spring Update stream, but there's definitely a lot of details placed within that were easy to overlook.

Perhaps chief among them was Rose's new Critical Art that was shown off at the very end of her gameplay matches, and it looks like she straight up pulled it out after watching too much Dragon Ball Z.

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Professional costumes revealed for Vega, Juri, and Seth in Street Fighter 5

Along with a ton of footage for Rose, Oro, and Akira, Capcom showed off the next batch of fresh costumes coming to the game as a new Professional pack will be releasing alongside Rose on April 19.

Juri becomes a nurse, Vega slips on what looks like a private investigator's overcoat, and Seth heads back into his Street Fighter 4 closet to put on the vest, slacks, and button we saw in some of his story mode sequences.

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First in-game look at Rival Schools' Akira released for Street Fighter 5: Champion Edition

Akira Kazama remained as one of Capcom's arguably best character designs that's went unused for two decades at this point, but she finally got her chance to graduate to the big leagues.

Capcom revealed the first teaser clip for Akira's new incarnation during the Spring Update event for Street Fighter 5: Champion Edition.

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Rose's release date announced for April 19 in Street Fighter 5: Champion Edition

One of the most heavily rumored and requested characters for Street Fighter 5 for years of the game's life was Rose, and now we know when her return to the grand stage will be coming.

Alongside her big gameplay showcase at the Spring Update event, Capcom also announced Rose's official release date for SF5, and she's coming within the next few weeks.

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Oro's Street Fighter 5 showcase reveals plenty of old attacks along with a few intriguing new twists

We got our first real showcase of Oro as he'll appear in Street Fighter 5 today during Capcom's Spring Update stream. Like many legacy characters added into SF5, the old hermit's movements and style are a nice blend of familiar and novel.

Many of his attacks return here in Street Fighter 5 as he's able to perform his double jump, both backwards and forwards, and retains many familiar normal attacks. Many of said normals don't look too fast, but some hit multiple times while others cover various angles and distances.

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Update: Street Fighter 5: Champion Edition's Spring Update stream is now live

Update: The Spring Update stream for Street Fighter 5 is now live. Come watch the action with us below.

After less than two months since Season 5 of Street Fighter 5: Champion Edition hit the scene alongside Dan Hibiki, it's once again time to see what the developer's have been cooking up in the meantime.

Capcom will very shortly be holding their Spring Update live stream event for SF5 where they've confirmed we'll be getting a full breakdown of Rose as the next DLC along with more glimpses at what lies ahead.

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E3 2021 confirmed for online only event with Nintendo, Capcom and Warner Bros. confirmed to have announcements

After months of speculation and rumors surrounding what exactly is going on with the Electronic Entertainment Expo this year in terms of how it will take place, there's finally some concrete answers for fans of big video game reveals.

The Entertainment Software Association confirmed today that E3 2021 will be an online-only event this June spanning four days along with which game developers / publishers have already signed on to present their upcoming titles.

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Samsora and Salem banned from multiple Super Smash Bros. tournaments due to connections with the CaptainZack allegations

Two Super Smash Bros. Ultimate competitive players have recently been banned from events ran by several tournament organizers in the fighting game community. Both bans were made as a result of connections to allegations involving an underage relationship between then 15-year-old competitor Zack "CaptainZack" Lauth and Nairoby "Nairo" Quezada.

In response to this, one of the players have since closed their Twitter account after leaving a Tweet that has caused further backlash from the Smash community.

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Punk hosted an Eleven only Street Fighter 5: Champion Edition tournament โ€” Here are the highlights in a single video

PG|Punk recently hosted a tournament in Street Fighter 5: Champion Edition where all entrants were locked into using Eleven โ€” a character that essentially functions as the game's random select feature.

To be truly successful at this event, players had to be lucky in addition to being skilled at the game. Even if a competitor rolled a character that they were comfortable with, there was still a possibility that they could get a less optimized V-Skill and V-Trigger combination.

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Explosive combos, deadly kill confirms and tricky traps showcased for Robin in Mad Ice King's new Robin Advantage Guide for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Although Robin is generally perceived as a mid tier in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the Mad Ice King has dedicated himself to unlocking this master tactician's full potential. It's no wonder that this player is often getting kicked from online lobbies as many players are unable to figure out how to appropriately deal with his Robin and his bag of tricks during gameplay.

Last time, Mad Ice King released a detailed guide that explained how Robin is to be played in the neutral game. By winning in the neutral, a player is then able to transition into an advantage state. As such, it only makes sense that one of the Mad Ice King's most recent video uploads explains what Robin should be doing while at an advantageous situation.

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