No more snow! It is time for the DoubleTap team to tackle some fresh weather and some fresh game updates this week. Weird Mezza & CrashTag take you guys down memory lane with some of these new old topics resurging as newly found ideas for gaming companies. They talk about the NetherRealm Legendary Edition pack being released. The pack raises the bar on Injustice 2 tutorials, especially compared to other old games that have tried this formula. SNK drops a real bomb update with Najd, the character that was fan made. Dragon Ball Fighter Z gets Broly and Bardock as CrashTag keeps it real. Mezza gives his Marvel mentality a spin with the new scaling glitches and newly discovered infinites. More data has been mined in Dragon Ball Fighter Z and it proves to be consistent now. Square Enix informs the crowd of more DLC characters and their release dates. Capcom is nowhere close to done with costumes and the ones they released are quite fancy this time! In the “Randoms Of The FGC,” the boys talk Injustice 2 Esports, Go1’s tier list, Killer Instinct 15k pot bonus, Tekken Eleague, expensive Dizzy statue, Tar Pit Club, NJPW’s very own Tetsuya Naito, and UYU pick ups from Kizzy Kay to Cloud805. The Focus Attack digs deep into Dragon Ball and the infinites and if they are something worth taking out or keeping in. Watch as CrashTag plays good cop and Mezza tries to play bad cop. In the “Mod Highlights,” Cooler appears in Dragon Ball Fighter Z as a Frieza mod by Onifox. Sentinel returns as Android 16 by MiQLovin to represent the Marvel crossover games. Badman Vegeta says, “I can wear the pink just as good as anyone else,” by UltMan647 with this DBFZ mod.


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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