Street Fighter X Tekken - Asura x Yasha VS Goku SSJ4 x Vegeta SSJ4 [1080p] TRUE-HD QUALITY (by RajmanGamingHD)
Gonna try and hit up FamilyFunArcade for it’s LAST DAY of Operation on the 31st, everything is free play. T^T
Who is going? I wonder what will happen to the cabinets there? If I had the money, I would buy that 3s Japanese cabinet near the huge MvC2 cabs. But just because FFA is going away doesn’t mean the community dies. Ralph was right, we have to keep on supporting our community via Japan Arcade and Super Arcade (and even Round 1). Hell, we should start supporting these LAN centers as well (DreamLab).
But it is just sad to see this place go. As a valley kid, this was the spot. It was my local arcade (besides All Amusement which is surprisingly ALIVE at the Burbank Mall!) I felt home there. Bah, I am just saying stuff that I already said earlier. If you live in the area and aren’t doing anything for New Year’s Eve, hit up FFA and have some fun.
Street Fighter X Tekken : Ranked Matches On Xbox 360 (by PIKACHUAKUMA)
JR Rodriguez bringing some SFxT matches to light, lots of high level play indeed!
Street Fighter X Tekken - All Street Fighter Rival Cutscenes (PC MODS) [1080p] TRUE-HD QUALITY (by RajmanGamingHD)
Some of these mods are just crazy… especially the one at the end! LMAO
This whole moving thing is a drag. You leave your old home, which had everything you need to live on your own (again) starting from square 1. Which means just a bed, and if you are lucky some electricity to play video games. In that time of turning on these utility bills (which was around the holiday season so people were like YO AFTER XMAS I WILL COME TO YOUR HOUSE) I sat down and played only two games: Far Cry 3 & UMVC3. Then something hit me, I had AE2012 and SFxT sitting there just starting at me. Well, for AE2012 I tried to revisit by playing Ken and that went as expected. Then out of sheer boredom (and the fact that I didn’t want to finish Far Cry 3) I popped in SFxT and sat in training mode for a good 12 hours. I can remember the last time I sat in training mode and tried to figure a game out was SSF4. I had this hunger to surpass this plateau that just seemed to keep me stranded.
So if you can recall from my old blog posts… I hate SFxT. Wait, let me rephrase that… I HATED SFxT!
Now I actually enjoy the game and it’s gimmicky engine. I blame myself actually, I didn’t like the game because I couldn’t (once again just like with MvC3) figure out how to play. They had this approach that this game is similar to AE2012, no. You are wrong good sir. Some things from AE2012 are in SFxT but those quirks are merely fundamental stuff that are universal to all fighting games. The engine honestly doesn’t make any sense until you sit there and figure it out.
I would get more in-depth of how I figured it out and started to like it, but I won’t fuck that. Now I just want to find more people to play and learn match ups. Tekken characters are so tricky since some of their “high low mid” attacks are actually in the game and are tricky to to react on.
My current duo: Ken/Juri, now to figure out this gem shit. Which isn’t really all that bad either. Wow..
I like this game. Wow. I will talk about how I use this duo later.
Street Fighter X Tekken : EG Floe, Maximilian dood, Wolfkrone, Viscant Ranked Matches On XBL (by PIKACHUAKUMA)
I know we all kind of jumped ship on this game, but after playing it more I have… I HAVE GROWN TO LIKE IT MORE. Especially some set ups and just the wacky system itself.
“It seems that the motivation behind the players in those core groups is not as different as I initially thought,” Harada says, “I came to this conclusion after seeing them in tournaments, and also after playing Smash Bros. more myself and also looking at YouTube videos — I began to see a lot of similarities. So I think if each community surrounding Tekken, Street Fighter and Smash Bros. could look more open-mindedly at each other’s games, you might find that there’s a lot more similarities and a lot that you’d enjoy about the game, and that can be said for all sides.”
Read the whole story, only on Polygon.