Things have been getting very heated in the Fighting Game Community. Team Double Tap has arrived on the scene to give you guys the low down dirty information on what has been stirring up. Updates take us too NetherRealms studio, which had a live stream explaining changes from nerfs to buffs. NRS not stopping with their character train by doing a release trailer & live stream of HellBoy. PC Beta is Live till Nov 14th and E-League is this upcoming Friday! SnK gives a chance to an artist to create an original character design for the new king of fighters XIV, and the answer was met. Mezza is stunned and CrashTag is mind blown with how detailed the design of this character Najd who was designed by a woman in Saudi Arabia.

Square Enix finally released an american overview of their game using an epic announcer. Mezza & CrashTag take a crack at discussing whats about the stones that were acquired during the battle of the stones series. Redbull throws in more money and gets promotional costumes for Street Fighter V. Another big load of information hits the database for “Randoms Of The FGC” of course kicking it off with some fantastic news for the Fantastic 4 and X-men squad. They might be seeing some more action on screen with Disney rumored to pay for the rights. Street Fighter V gets another 200k sells who knows if that is good or bad. Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite sales look good but seem to be lacking something. DLC character gameplay at capcom cup for marvel is a very high possibility.

Mike Ross breaks his silence to speak on E-sports, joke or no? Crying Bryan wins Marvel at Youmacon. Syndicate picks up OMGitzandre and drops him within the same day. As always there are amazing mods. Monkeygigabuster brings us a Street Fighter 5 Strider costume for Zeku. Khaledantar666 presents his own take on a skull crusher version of Akuma. THEJAMK known for his amazing mods has graced the DoubleTap team once again with a King Of Fighters XIV Alice mod for Karin. Last is Nded with the Marvel Mod ReShade which changes the game looks and giving it a more comic book style feel.


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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