The fresh feel of updates in the air and the DoubleTap boys are back at it again. Mezza comes back from London and CrashTag has been hitting the FGC books while he was away. Blazblue Cross Tag Battle finally releases very detailed footage of Ruby Rose from “RWBY”. Roster Image and possibly 7 characters per franchise. Namco is ready to show the world how the pro’s do it. Go check it out as they talk about Tekken World’s tickets go on sell! NetherRealms creates a little conflict within their own consumers and sales. No hellboy release, but Atom released but why now?

CrashTag is all for Raiden banned from E-league till next season. Square Enix brings us more Dissidia hype by releasing the Marksman “Cloud of Darkness”. Capcom jumps back in the trenches and they are not holding back with this new Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite additional content. Sigma and Black Panther trailer is here but some aren’t to fond of the looks. Ultron Sigma is spotted online and Superior Spider-Man costume seems to have a nice little fashionable touch. Namco Bandai keeps releasing the goods but that never stops Mezza & Crashtag from finding ways to praise.

Game Informer breaks down all the new characters and some of the new DragonBall mechanic system. Capcom is not done yet as Mezza is not impressed with this Street Fighter V Arcade Edition. Today in the, “Randoms Of The FGC” there is light shed on top of the soul stone that is acquired in Milan Games Week in Italy by Richard Nguyen. Xian gets his own little article & video segment with “Channel News Asia”. We also Celebrate a little bit of history aka 25 years of Mortal Kombat.

For the “Focus Attack” Mezza has finally come back from London and CrashTag got some questions to grill him on considering he got 3rd place in MVCI. Last but not least our favorite Mods are always talked about in the Mod Highlights section and this week we got Streetwise menat by Fit TaNooki!


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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