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Today Mezza and Static are picking up the pieces after some hefty nerfs, revealing trailers and triggering bans that are on the horizon in the realm of fighting games. We take a look at Samurai Shodown and if it we can see it continue competitively. MK got a stylish new trailer but also a possible leak yet again. We then cover JDCR’s channel while also evaluating the origin of character’s moveset in Dragon Ball Fighterz. Mezza and Static also discuss the recent BANter over which characters should be banned and a new arena game could create a new style of fighting game? Also we take a look to see if a spider has a future in fighting games. Mezza and Static then focus the mental preparation that goes into fighting games and elaborate on their most difficult fighting games. Finally, we also answer some of your questions!
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.
I've been playing video games for a while now. I enjoy racing games, RPGs, but spend most of my time with fighting games. My first goal was to get better than my brothers, but now I strive to be better than most while also teaching others.
This week the Spicy Bois talk about the Celestial Sunrise Collection Event drama, as well as some micro patches.
Bob and Mel catch up with Scottejaye and ClassicGho to discuss Classic Wrath and see how Ulduar has been going.
Episode 3 tells us the story of Bill and Frank, and it's very different than the game.
Episode 2 takes us outside of the Boston QZ and gives us our first look at Clickers.
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