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The Canons publicly mutilate a Sega Dreamcast, the SF4 era begins and we see the origins of 'The Wong Factor'; The History of EVO (Part 3): 2006-2009
I think on my next blog, I want to focus on why ports matter in fighting game tournaments. This might require a lot of research.

The Canons publicly mutilate a Sega Dreamcast, the SF4 era begins and we see the origins of 'The Wong Factor'; The History of EVO (Part 3): 2006-2009
I would also like to mention that Part 4 is out right now: http://www.destructoid.com/blogs/Virtua+Kazama/the-history-of-evo-part-4-evo-2010-evo-2012-296119.phtml Also, I do read your comments and edit the blogs. Like I said in the first part: "If there's anything inaccurate with the history, I apologize".

The Canons publicly mutilate a Sega Dreamcast, the SF4 era begins and we see the origins of 'The Wong Factor'; The History of EVO (Part 3): 2006-2009
This was taken from the EVO Did You Know Reddit page (where I got it from): "The Cannon brothers hate Dreamcasts with a passion as they consider them terrible consoles for tournaments. When the PS3 MVC2 port was finally announced, one of the Cannon brothers decided to smash a Dreamcast at the EVO stage on 2009. Once the event was over you could buy the now useless EVO DCs for $20 each. You were also ...

Virtua Kazama covers the EVO Soul Calibur scandal of 04' and the famous Moment 37 in 'The History of EVO (Part 2): 2003-2005'
Part 4 of The History of EVO is now available to view! http://www.destructoid.com/blogs/Virtua+Kazama/the-history-of-evo-part-4-evo-2010-evo-2012-296119.phtml

Virtua Kazama covers the EVO Soul Calibur scandal of 04' and the famous Moment 37 in 'The History of EVO (Part 2): 2003-2005'
No problem, and thanks for the criticism! Anyway... Part 3 is available to view. This isn't my best one, just pointing that out. http://www.destructoid.com/blogs/Virtua+Kazama/the-history-of-evo-part-3-evo-2006-evo-2009-296056.phtml

Virtua Kazama covers the EVO Soul Calibur scandal of 04' and the famous Moment 37 in 'The History of EVO (Part 2): 2003-2005'
That's how their names were spelled when I looked them up on Kuroppi. No misspellings on that part. (http://web.archive.org/web/20131029194725/http://www.kuroppi.com/tournamentresults/evo/#2005) I couldn't look up anything about the 5v5 moment (mind you, I got them all from the Kuroppi website and also I wasn't there at the time), but I'll keep in mind next time. As for DSP, I didn't mean to be bias, I was just telling both sides of the story. Anyway... Part 3 will ...

Virtua Kazama covers the EVO Soul Calibur scandal of 04' and the famous Moment 37 in 'The History of EVO (Part 2): 2003-2005'
Thanks for giving your insight! I love reading stuff like this!

Virtua Kazama covers the EVO Soul Calibur scandal of 04' and the famous Moment 37 in 'The History of EVO (Part 2): 2003-2005'
He's right. While I was researching, someone said that Daigo took 3rd and Justin took 4th. When I went to SRK, it's actually Daigo taking 2nd and Justin taking 3rd. Thank you for pointing that out!

It wasn't always called EVO... Virtua Kazama chronicles the history of the FGC's largest tournament in his blog: The History of EVO (Part 1)
Ah, nice catch. Made a quick edit to Part 1. Also, Part 2 is out right now! The focus is on EVO 2003-EVO 2005. http://www.destructoid.com/blogs/Virtua+Kazama/the-history-of-evo-part-2-evo-2003-evo-2005-295984.phtml

It wasn't always called EVO... Virtua Kazama chronicles the history of the FGC's largest tournament in his blog: The History of EVO (Part 1)
Oh, and just a reminder guys: this is a 5-part blog. Part 2 will focus on EVO 2003-EVO 2005. That will be out by tomorrow.