CrashTag and Mezza finally rekindle in person to give you guys a super LIVE episode! Kicking it off from the N3rdstgamers stream and also the local host location they bring to you all the game updates! Starting with Blazblue Cross Tag Battle getting its first real live beta for Japan followed by all other locations around the world. Namco releases Noctis in Japan for the season pass or a cheap price and finally CrashTag throws his hands up for joy. Dragonball Fighters Z gives us a box trailer of broly? I think not!

Bandai comes in strong with the “Legendary Super Saiyan” swinging from left to right and filling the whole screen with explosive moves. Some more data mining has found Raid & Z league modes in the lobby that are disconnected from the actual world map. Groh gets a further break down in SoulCalibur VI and how he he may just be a bigger focus to the story then what is expected. Square Enix finally gives us Vayne “Carudas” Solidor, the new edition to Dissidia NT Final Fantasy.

Welcome back “Super Smash Bros” but in switch format! The squids put in some work before seeing the possibilities of the previous smashers return for another fight but with new characters. Capcom puts out more Street Fighter V costumes that are obtainable through challenges. In the “Randoms of The FGC” Goku teams up with Arbys. Ares Esports picks up Luffy and Team Liquid throws their hands back in the ring picking up Nemo plus John Takeuchi. GInfinity Elites Series returns with a season 3 which is bigger and better. Arcade cabinets are becoming more accessible now.

“Last Hit” is a comedy film starring Justin Wong & Elias Theodorou. The “Focus Attack” is very intriguing as the DoubleTap team talks about the discussion with Daigo at Kemonomichi 2 and how he felt towards the whole situation including Tokido. Mod Highlights gets pretty heated when TheJAMK makes a Twili-Midna Menat and Khaledantar666 cools us off at the beach with a Momiji Yaiba bikini outfit in Street Fighter V.


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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