Where is the beef? Where is the guts? where is the content? Nearly missing the starting time Mezza comes swooping in as CrashTag just gives him a stare of death. Surprisingly you know that means it is go time and as always the dynamic duo is at it again with the updates but sadly there has not been many updates. Arcsystemworks finally went live with the beta for Blazblue: Cross Tag Battle. Accompanied by a very interesting cinematic opening. Bandai cracks a bit with a not so good Dragon Ball Fighter Z patch update or cell just keeps dodging a bullet literally. Nicalis, Inc. kicks it off strong with their new game Blade Strangers and they added a few new characters to their small yet growing title.

Isaac from “The Binding of Isaac”, Quote from “Cave Story”, and Azure Striker from “Gunvolt 2”. Capcom still kicking out some costumes after the release of falke as they give us a forgotten guile costume. In the “Randoms Of The FGC” OG breaks into the Fighting Game Community with sponsoring, “Swedish Delight”. Forger Esports signs HumanBomb and there is some leaks in the FGC as we see more information released on reddit about Dragon Ball Fighter Z and more. Summit of Power voting standings are still going strong but narrowing down. In the Plug & Play (Hardware Talk) Mezza gives you some insight on a solid portable recorder/stream equipment and shows off a Corsair Void Pro RGB Wireless Headset for those that travel.

The “Focus Attack” the team gets Julianno “Initial_J” Morales a top level Blazblue & Under Night In Birth player to talk about his interaction and experience with Blazblue Cross Tag Battle and its Beta release. As always the mod highlights are booming this week as CrashTag nose dives into the heavy hitters section of mods. Kicking it off with TheJAMK’s Juri cosplaying as Hela from Thor Ragnorak. BlitzMightyN7 shows us Ibuki can dress like Sheik. Doctor doom and Cell fates cross paths as they both fuse together in this DBFZ mod by Rybread.


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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