Perfectly Cut Fighting Games has immediately become one of the best pages to follow for hilarious clips and shenanigans the genre has to offer

Posted by Dakota 'DarkHorse' Hills • April 7, 2020 at 11:44 a.m. PDT | Comments: 13

The evolution of humor on the internet has led us to the point where creating cliffhangers through editing out resolutions has become some of the most riveting and funny video content around with explosions of popularity around pages like Perfectly Cut Screams.

Now, the fighting game community has its own centralized place to find these bite-sized clips that represent our tournament culture, online experiences, satisfying comeuppance and other goofy stuff that we have put up with in the aptly named Perfectly Cut Fighting Games page on Twitter.

This new page has only been around since April 5 or so though it's already posted dozens of great clips made up of some classic fighting game moments like Woshige's infamous "what are you standing up for" EVO moment cutting when he's trying to run back to his stick plus newer footage of titles like Granblue Fantasy: Versus.

In only about two days, the account's creator DocChutney has covered a wide spread of games within the scene too from Street Fighter 5 and Tekken 7 to Persona 4 Arena, Sailor Moon S, Super Smash Bros., Skullgirls, Them's Fightin' Herds, Guilty Gear Xrd, Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and Ultra Street Fighter 4 among others.

On top of simply posting the clips by themselves, there's also a dedicated YouTube playlist set up to easily compile most of the source videos used in their making to go back and see the full things if desired.

If you're looking for a new FGC page to lighten up your timeline during these drab times, we highly suggest giving Perfectly Cut Fighting games a look.

We've also put together a small collection of some of our favorites thus far starting out with perhaps the best Skullgirls sequence ever when Havic played Happy Birthday on Big Band's trumpet in the middle of landing a crazy Happy Birthday on his opponent from Canopian Brawl.

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Mike Ross sticks out a button in neutral against an Abel who just used Ultra.

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Hugo blows up Max's Boss Rage run.

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Who needs Dark Phoenix when you could have Phoenix Wright?

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Never count out Lowain when he has Yggdrasil up his sleeve.

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K-Brad attempts to block Kage's "whack-ass mixup."

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