Double Tap #51: Old is Still Old

August 3rd, 2017

The DoubleTap boys are at it again, but “Oh no!”, CrashTag is missing. Fear not, guest co-host Mikey “Key” Kenney is here to save us… or is he!? Key and Mezza take on NetherRealms new patches to Injustice 2. Aquaman is finally lost in Atlantis, and Bizarro has awesome interactions with StarFire. Ed Boon drops a possible Cyrax hint to be put in Injustice 2. Everyone can now support the E-sport/Tournament scene by buying downloadable content. Capcom brings back some a few fan favorites, Dormammu and Firebrand, through a comic cover. Metrocity/New Metro City get a mixed stage that looks quite respectable.

Mezza talks how powerful Street Fighter V’s Abigail is, but Key not impressed with the character design. DragonBall FighterZ had an amazing moment when Cynthia Bunny does some real Dragonball reactions when deflecting a level 3 super. Beta sign ups start August 22, but the play date will be September 16th – 18th. Eliza is now released for Tekken 7 downloadable content. Not only is she coming with it, but so does the Taiko No Tatsujin items.

Mezza talks about the new Hori Pro Hayabusa fight stick. Key gives his thoughts on Kotaku Vs. DotEsports writing methods. British Broadcasting Corporation will broadcast Esports competitions, and Arika is using decks similar to what gems were in Street Fighter X Tekken. Focus Attack talks about if re-releasing old content to a new game benefit the company or lose more? Khaledantar666 & BrutalAce put out some very nice mods that do not look half bad. Ranging from GwenPool, Jill Valentine, and a Kung Fury outfit.


Got his start gaming with his two cousins and brother at his aunts house. They had to always play in secret, but he fell in love with fighting games when he got his first taste of an arcade in Maryland. Now looks to grow the community.

Mikey has been living in a country town all his life, and can not wait to break free of the small town enviroment. He is currently working on his Bachelors degree in Computer Information Systems, and works part time for the University. Mikey has been growing up with games in his life since the time he was able to hold a controller. Mikey's favorite thing about video games are the stories that are told through them. To him there is nothing like a tightly woven story where he can escape his re