Tournament Footage, Desk Combos, and More – Tons of 60 FPS Fighting Game Videos Appearing Online

While there weren’t many fighting game videos to check out when the option launched earlier this week, a handful of community members have stepped forward to provide some great 60 frames-per-second footage of our favorite genre. We’ve collected quite a bit below, so feel free to check it all out and let us know what you think of these high-quality replays.

Remember, you’ll need to be using Google’s Chrome web browser and bumping each video’s quality up to take advantage of the new viewing option.

First, we’ll start off with a King of Fighters XIII video uploaded by minato-chan. We originally included this in our original article, but we’ll share it once more just in case you folks missed out on Shen dealing some big damage.

Next, Team Spooky’s Arturo Sanchez has provided tournament footage from the last Team St1ckbug monthly, featuring Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R, Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late, BlazBlue: Chronophantasma, and Persona 4 Arena Ultimax.

Similarly, the main Team Spooky channel was updated with new high-definition footage from Next Level Battle Circuit #94.

But if Smash is more your thing, VG BootCamp shared a bit of Super Smash Bros. Melee test footage from a recent Smash @ Xanadu event.

And finally, combo master Desk released a short highlight reel so his fans can check out some crazy Ultra Street Fighter IV strings in much better quality.

That’s all we have for now, but feel free to share anything else you’ve come across in the comments below!

Sources: minato-chan, Arturo Sanchez, Team Spooky, VG BootCamp, Desk

Star Citizen: A Great Deal of Hope for the Newly Minted FPS Module

A Great Deal of Hope for the Newly Minted FPS Module

Since the idea was introduced as a stretch goal, the inclusion of a first person shooter component in Star Citizen has been a somewhat debated topic. There have been legitimate questions about how feasible it would be to add that sort of thing in an already ambitious project, and many have concerns that the attempt might come off feeling cheap or slapped in. We've all seen those games where something was just forced in for the extra bullet on the box.