It should be fairly obvious that I have a bit of an obsession with more “retro” fighting games, especially in the realm of Capcom. From the early days of playing Super Street Fighter II Turbo on SNES, old school fighting games have been part of my life- and Rival Schools: United by Fate is no exception. So, why is there no continuation of the series? Continue reading
Netplay has been the subject of debate in the fighting game community since the internet became public. Arcades used to be the primary communication between players, but in 2020, the internet reigns supreme. As the days of a global pandemic trod on, adjustments to public events have only become more illuminating in how the success of fighting games hinges upon its netcode- a test that many games currently fail.
As COVID-19 still ravages the Western world, people are continuing to be responsible and stay inside. In a strange way, though, the quarantine has only shown just how far certain communities are uniting behind some classic titles- a trend that had begun before a global pandemic even started. Continue reading
Not a fan of the recent Mortal Kombat 11 expansion? Find yourself reminiscing on some of the better days of Capcom? Emulation is readily available for you, and fighting games are readily available in multiple forms to play in training, arcade, and online against live foes. With most of the world still under some measure of quarantine, emulation has proved an important key to continue engaging in fighting games. Continue reading
Big news: I was extended an invitation to join the online good vibes crew at Team YASE, and I heartily accepted. What does this mean for this more personal blog? It could develop in a few different ways. Continue reading
With the release of the Samurai Shodown reboot right around the corner, SNK took an opportunity to both release a new trailer and a spicy new bit of news: those who pre-order the game and all the early adopters will receive the Season One pass for free by registering the game by June 30th. Continue reading
It was a similar tale as the match against the Dragons: the Justice were nowhere to be seen in the first half, and appeared a different team in the second. Unlike the match against the Dragons, the Justice would pave their way to an intense and resounding victory (with ice cream, courtesy of Sleepy).
Another day, another match against a team that is fighting for any hope of having a chance at Stage 2 playoffs. Can the Justice muster enough of an effort to walk away with one win this stage? Continue reading
In the continuing story of The Tale of Two Halves, the Justice found themselves unable to dominate the second half to equalize the match and make it into Overtime after losing in almost record-setting speed in the first half.
It’s their only meeting for the whole season and Geguri (one of my favorite players) probably even be a part of the match. How’s it gonna go? Continue reading