Marvel Vs. Capcom Infinite is finally around the corner. Mezza is overly excited and can’t control his emotions as it pours out all over the podcast. CrashTag still not impressed with the graphics and says, “work harder capcom”. They talk secret source code downloads and possible character interest with the whole wave of new players and old coming into the scene. Once again Bandai Namco throws us some awesome info on Goku having a form that transcends Super Saiyan Blue and Kaioken. The team talks about the very familiar lobby mode for DBFighterZ which reminds them of Guilty Gear & Blazblue.

IKevin brings us some more wonderful anime/manga reference moves and interactions for android 16. Nether Realms rips the competition for DLC apart with their new Black Manta trailer and his arrival on Sept. 19th. Dissidia gets a new edition to the game, Ultimecia taking the game by storm and bringing some long range pain. Capcom still not out of the DLC war but putting their newest edition Menat to real test. CrashTag likes these 60 hit combos and Mezza is Intrigued by the possibility of Dual V Triggers. In our, “Randoms in the FGC” Justin says, “No thanks to SoCal Regional. Nintendo is bringing the third year anniversary for Smash 4 to life in their Nintendo direct. What will we see?

Samurai Showdown gets a special release and NuckleDu wins Dreamhack only to give all the proceeds to Irma Relief to support his hometown. George St. Pierre throws blows in Street Fighter V against some of the best. Fight of Gods gets the banishment of a life time and Infiltration comes swing strong with Juri to win it all after a hiatus honeymoon. Focus Attack goes a little different as the team gets a chance to talk about some amazing moments that have just passed from 10k Exhitbition matches to Super Turbo 2 grand masters fighting it out. As always there mods from TheJamik, BrutalAce, and many more bring you some stylish new ways to play Street Fighter V and Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3.


Andres Mirandes

Video gaming runs in his blood and competition plagues his mind. From the earliest days in the now extinct arcades, to the eSports competitive scene, he looks forward to the next game to test his skills. No stranger to rising salt levels.

Jeremiah Ward

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.

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