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Update: Ed Boon shares yet another new glimpse of Sindel in Mortal Kombat 11

Update: Boon has also posted a new image of Sindel's face on his Twitter as well as one of her full body. This latter one looks as though it may be part of her intro against Liu Kang as Boon also included the caption "You kept me from destroying Earth Reallm." You'll find all the images below.

Earlier: Mortal Kombat 11 is midway (no pun intended) through its Kombat Pack at this moment in time. Three of the six announced DLC characters have joined the fight, while the remaining three are still on their way.

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Mango predicts the Super Smash Bros. Melee Panda Global Ranking top five

The current Super Smash Bros. Melee season is coming to a close. As a result, many people are taking a look at the results and are speculating on the incoming rankings.

C9|Mango gives his predictions on the top five in the way only he can. Who will fill in the top five after Liquid|Hungrybox?

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A balance patch for Tekken 7 is coming next week says producer

A new balance patch is on its way to Tekken 7. According to producer Michael Murray, fans can expect it to go live early next week.

Specifics about the update were not divulged just yet, but Murray notes there will be character balance changes for a few fighters. Detailed patch notes are also expected to drop sometime next week.

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Listening to Kirby when he has Terry Bogard abilities is well worth your time in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

In case you missed it, Terry Bogard is now available in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Will he be top tier?

Kirby received several buffs as did multiple low-tier fighters. But what will catch your eye, or rather your ear, is how Kirby sounds after copying Terry's abilities.

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Here's everything you need to know about Terry Bogard in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate if you missed Sakurai's presentation yesterday

Yesterday, Super Smash Bros. series producer Masahiro Sakurai treated us to a whopping 45-minute presentation detailing the newest DLC being added to the game, namely Terry Bogard of Fatal Fury and King of Fighters fame, one of SNK's biggest posterchildren.

During this presentation, we got a very good look at everything that'll be brought in to the Super Smash Bros. universe in this latest Ultimate DLC via Terry Bogard's inclusion, and if you happened to miss the presentation, worry not — we're here to fill you in on everything SNK's Wild Wolf has brought to the latest Super Smash Bros. Ultimate patch, which, by the way, is already live. So if you're unsure of the particulars of Terry and just what came with him to the game, or if you just need a refresher, look no further.

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Go1 drops his new tier list for Dragon Ball FighterZ

CO|Go1 is one of the best Dragon Ball FighterZ players in the world. When he speaks, the world listens — especially when it comes to DBFZ.

With Dragon Ball Super Broly on the way as the next DLC character, we've seen some tier lists coming from different players detailing where the meta currently stands. Go1 decided to drop his... is Kid Goku still at the top?

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Virtua Fighter, Art of Fighting, Samurai Shodown and King of Fighters characters show up as Mii Fighters in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Yesterday will go down as a momentous day for Super Smash Bros. and fighting game fans in general, as Terry Bogard finally joined the ranks of Smash Ultimate as DLC though there was also a bunch of goodies packed within the release.

As Nintendo has been doing with all of the DLC fighters so far, the company also released a good amount of new Mii Fighter costumes this time focusing on fighting game series between Virtua Fighter, Art of Fighting, Samurai Shodown and King of Fighters.

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Desk has discovered a Street Fighter 2 bug that might be the most obscure glitch in the entire series

With the countless hours that have gone into it, you'd think we've seen just about everything that could happen in Street Fighter 2. As it turns out, Desk (who else?) not only spotted a strange happening that had not yet been documented but was able to recreate it... after two months of trial and error.

During a routine match between Blanka and M. Bison, the evil dictator performed his slide (a low-hitting attack that must be blocked crouching) as Blanka began a jump. Despite having already initiated takeoff, Blanka somehow wound up blocking the slide.

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Capcom has restructured the development organization of their fighting games

The world of fighting games appears to be evolving more and more rapidly as increasing speeds of information travel, a flux in the frequency and capabilities of live streaming, and a general march towards eSports have made any kind of moss growth impossible.

Capcom is doing what they can to keep up with the times, and a statement from the company's latest IR Report update informs stockholders that the creators of Street Fighter are altering their approaches to fighting game development.

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Here are the version 6.0.0 patch takeaways for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

The version 6.0.0 patch was recently launched for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Although Terry Bogard's addition as a new playable fighter is the main highlight of this particular update, there were a number of balance adjustments that were made.

According to the released patch notes, the only combatants that received changes were Donkey Kong, Kirby, Jigglypuff, Robin, King K. Rool, and Incineroar. There's also something mentioned about Hero, but that appears to be a bug fix.

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Street Fighter 5 inches very close to 4 million sales while Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite still manages to sell quite a few copies somehow

Capcom's fighting game endeavors have been far from perfect this generation, but Street Fighter 5 still continues to see positive traction almost four years after its initial release.

The developer / publisher recently updated their Platinum Titles web page, which ranks all of Capcom's games that have sold more than a million copies, revealing SF5 has reached 3.9 million sales worldwide as of September 30, 2019. Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, Ultra Street Fighter 4 and Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection saw their numbers bump up as well.

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Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[st] players will be able to upgrade to UNICLR with free update and paid DLC

The old model of updating fighting games used to be players would need to buy an entirely new title to gain access to the added characters and features, but the prevalence of modern patches has mostly sent that to the wayside.

Arc System Works revealed players who currently own Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[st] on PlayStation systems will be able to upgrade to Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[cl-r] next year via a mixture of free updates, paid DLC and discounts.

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Batman as Ryu, Joker as Blanka, Penguin as E. Honda, and Bane as Zangief; Ivan Reber's 'Streets of Gotham' art is intriguing

We've never really entertained the idea of an Injustice/Street Fighter crossover, but thanks to imaginitive art of Ivan Reber, we are now.

This Swiss artist has combined two highly recognizable intellectual properties, Street Fighter and Batman, into an art series that we just had to share here on Eventhubs.

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Ono promises a new tournament mode for Street Fighter 5 and sheds light on the game's future, Harada talks cultural representation in fighters

We had en entire podcast planned, researched, and ready to go for this week, but then Eurogamer came out with an incredibly compelling interview with Capcom's Yoshinori Ono and audibles were called.

Street Fighter 5's Producer gave us a relatively surprising amount of information when he revealed that the major change en route to Street Fighter 5 is an all new Tournament Mode capable of including hundreds of players at one time.

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Fatal Fury's Mai Shiranui was too sexy to be in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Nintnedo fans were treated to a massive wave of information this morning as Super Smash Bros. creator Masahiro Sakurai sat down to present Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's newest DLC character. The 45-minute broadcast showcased everything there is to know about Fatal Fury's own Terry Bogard in the crossover fighting title, and his moves, stage, and the music you'll get for purchasing him were all detailed here.

While talking about the new King of Fighters stage, Sakurai walked viewers through the numerous cameos from other SNK characters you'll spot in the background. He concluded the segment by noting that the very popular Mai Shiranui of Fatal Fury fame was not included, and the reason? She was just too sexy.

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Here are Terry Bogard's attributes and special input commands in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate to help get you started

Terry Bogard became a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate earlier today. Although he functions very similarly to fellow traditional fighting game characters, Ryu and Ken, he has access to a number of quirks that are unique to only him at the moment.

There's a lot of information to digest if you truly want to master this Fatal Fury representative. To start, you'll want to learn about Terry's attributes and the special inputs associated with his most powerful attacks.

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Razer Raion Fightpad review: A high-quality controller where precision is everything

Razer recently released their latest fighting game peripheral, the Raion Fightpad, to provide yet another way for players to throw fireballs and uppercuts to their hearts' content.

This controller puts a focus on bringing the feel of arcade-style controls to a handheld pad. Though the Raion does succeed in doing so, to an extent, at the end of the day traditional pad users will likely get the most out of this new tool.

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