First up, we have an in-depth discussion with special guest DarthArma, where we break down the Mortal Kombat 1 trailer and explore theories on the game’s future design based on the current footage. We also analyze Kommunity Kall to gain a better understanding of Ed Boon’s vision for starting the series over and what it means for the future of Mortal Kombat.

Crash takes us on a journey through the Mortal Kombat timeline, leading to a thought-provoking conversation with Darth Arma about game mechanics and lore from previous titles. These insights could potentially bring about significant changes in how the new game is perceived.

Lastly, DarthArma shares his experiences running an offline tournament for Multiversus and sheds light on the impact of community response versus the developer’s decision to pull the game off the market for a change of direction. He talks the highs and lows of organizing a tournament and the broader implications for the fighting game community.

Rollback netcode has been a hot topic lately, and we touch on its expected implementation and the mixed reception it has received. While we briefly discuss the future changes for DragonBall FighterZ, we plan to delve deeper into these developments in the following week. We discuss the third beta for Street Fighter 6 a bit, but will expand on it next episode.

Exciting news for Guilty Gear fans! Asuka has been announced as a new character, and our team can’t wait to analyze the chaos and challenges this addition will bring to the Guilty Gear community.


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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