It’s the 25th anniversary of Super Street Fighter II Turbo, and Japan is celebrating it with the Star Cup Tournament

This is a guest blog by yogaboy from Super Turbo Revival. Be sure to check their page out for more Super Street Fighter II Turbo news!


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Star Cup was a tournament that ran in Nagoya, Japan from 2006 to 2014, and now it’s back in 2019 for a special occasion: the 25th anniversary of its featured game, Super Street Fighter II Turbo. The exact date of the anniversary is Saturday, February 23 — although some video footage shows how the first beta versions of game actually arrived to the arcades in the USA around the end of March in 1994.

What makes Star Cup special is that it’s a singles tournament; traditionally in Japan, all of the Super Turbo majors are always team tournaments like the 3vs3 X-Mania (now renamed to X-EST) or the 5vs5 Kakerugo (formerly known as Gian Recital). Even though it’s a singles tournament, it still comes with a twist where players have to lock in which 3 different characters they are going to use beforehand. This year, they are allowing use of the same character 3 times, whereas in the past, competitors could only use the same one twice.

The last time Star Cup tournament took place was in 2014 for the 20th anniversary, and it had one of the best finals ever witnessed between the two best players in Japan, Otochun and MAO. We might see the same outcome this time as well. You can see the 2014 final here:

For the last two months, qualifiers have been running all around Japan to fill the final 16-player bracket for this Saturday. Well-known names like Mattsun, Yuuvega, and Murasaki are among those players. Details of the qualifiers:

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Star Cup begins tonight at 7:00 PM PT! Check out the ST Revival page for more details.


Sources: Space Shuttle (Twitter): STRevival (Twitter); Kakuge Checker [in Japanese]

Mega Man and Roll Crossover Costumes for Ryu and Sakura slide into Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition on February 26th

Plus: Zangief gets a Luchador mask in Menat’s Fighting Chance!

Even more Crossover Costumes are sliding their way into Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition, as the latest blog post from Capcom-Unity reveals that Ryu will be receiving a Mega Man Crossover Costume, while Sakura will gain her first such outfit by donning the attire of Roll Caskett from Mega Man Legends. You’ll be able to turn these Shotokan brawlers into super fighting robots on February 26th, which each Premium attire setting you back $3.99.

Additionally, though Mech Zangief, Mech F.A.N.G, Mech Juri, and Mech Abigail are returning to Extra Battle for a second showdown, if you’d prefer to save your Fight Money, you can purchase the four — alongside Jin Saotome Ryu and his Theme from Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes and Cyberbots — in the new “Robot Bundle” for $9.99.

Finally, Alex isn’t the only grappler getting some new duds, as the next Fighting Chance Costume will be for Zangief, as he’ll be donning a luchador mask in a (fairly minimal) effort to conceal his identity, becoming “The Gief.” You’ll be able to try your luck at getting this outfit from Menat’s fortune readings starting February 26th. You can see more detailed descriptions of the outfits — as well as screenshots and a trailer, where they battle Guts Man Balrog and Air Man Rashid in a Dojo full of E-Tanks — below.


Mega Man for Ryu (Mega Man) – Mega Man needs no introduction, as the Blue Bomber and hero of 20XX is just as iconic as Ryu. In fact, if you look really closely, a charged Mega Buster shot almost resembles a Hadoken, making this costume a perfect fit for Ryu! This costume is available for purchase for MSRP $3.99.

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Roll for Sakura (Mega Man) – Those familiar with the Mega Man series are probably familiar with Roll, Mega Man’s “little sister” and Dr. Light’s assistant. In the Mega Man Legends games, Roll Caskett is a different character entirely – a genius mechanic and best friend of Mega Man Volnutt who’s searching for a grand treasure. This costume is available for purchase for MSRP $3.99.

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Leo for Alex (Red Earth) – Leo is one of four playable characters in Red Earth, a Capcom fighting game series first released in 1996. As the king of Greedia, Leo was cursed to become half-lion half-man by unknown invaders. He has now accepted his fate and holds this curse as a symbol of strength. This costume is available in Extra Battle Mode starting March 15! During this time, you can also obtain Leo’s Theme to be used as background music.

 

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The Gief – He wants to be a bit more humble and hide his true identity in the ring with a mask. But let’s face it, it’s not hard to figure out who’s behind the mask. This costume is available in Fighting Chance on February 26!

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BUNDLES

Robot Bundle – Keep those circuits going, because we’re putting the previous robotic-themed costumes from Extra Battle Mode into a shiny new bundle for a limited time. The Robot Bundle is available for $9.99 and includes Mech Zangief, Mech F.A.N.G, Mech Juri, Mech Abigail, the Jin Saotome costume, and the Cyberbots background music.

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That seems to wrap things up for the upcoming February update to SFVAE. Are you looking forward to grabbing any of these new costumes? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!

Source: Capcom-Unity

Silicon Knights Veteran Denis Dyacks Revives Himself with New Studio & F2P ARPG

Silicon Knights and Precursor Games veteran Denis Dyacks is back in business after an extended absence from game development. Dyacks started with Silicon Knights before leaving to form Precursor Games where he lost a court fight with Epic Games leading to bankruptcy. He’s back and reinventing himself yet again by forming Apocalypse Studios in Canada and working hard on a free to play ARPG / multiplayer game where the player is undead and fighting the living.

Alex gets a Crossover Costume that turns him into Red Earth’s Leo in Street Fighter V’s Extra Battle mode, starting March 15th

The King of Greedia returns!

Following the announcement of the returns of Mech Zangief, F.A.N.G, Juri, and Abigail to Extra Battle, as well as the currently-ongoing challenges for Balrog’s Guts Man attire, Capcom has unveiled the next Crossover Costume coming to Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition, which sees Alex transformed into the King of Greedia from the Red Earth series, Leo.

Originally appearing in 1996’s arcade-only fighter Red Earth — or War-Zard in Japan — Leo is the thirty-five-year-old King of Greedia, cursed by an unknown group of invaders and transformed into a half-man half-lion form. Armed with his trusty sword and shield, he seeks to “repay his debt to his countryman.” Leo was also a playable character in 2004’s Capcom Fighting Evolution (a.k.a Capcom Fighting Jam in Japan), serving as one of the four reps for Red Earth. This will be Alex’s first Crossover Costume — and as usual, you much defeat a CPU version of Leo-Alex to collect one of four gems weekly in order to assemble the attire. Each attempt will cost you 2,500 Fight Money each, meaning you need a minimum of 10,000 FM to claim the outfit as your own. Leo’s Theme from Red Earth will also be available as Crossover BGM in an additional Extra Battle that will set you back 1,000 FM per attempt. Any subsequent victories will net you 100 EXP for the character used.

Alex Leo’s Extra Battles will begin on Friday, March 15th, following the conclusion of Guts Man Balrog — whose fist gem is still available if you jump in this afternoon. The fourth challenge will conclude on April 12th. You can see the Street Fighter account’s tweet below.

Will you be looking to add this Crossover Costume, and/or Crossover BGM to your collection? Tell us down in the comments.

Source: Street Fighter (Twitter)

Mech Zangief, F.A.N.G, Juri, and Abigail returning to Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition’s Extra Battle on February 22nd

You’ve got another opportunity to collect the final pieces to fine-tune your Mechs, starting tomorrow!

Though there was no news about the future of Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition disclosed at Evo Japan, we do have some returning Extra Battle Crossover Costumes. As Guts Man Balrog’s challenges roll on, another robotic quartet of Mech Zangief, Mech F.A.N.G, Mech Juri, and Mech Abigail will be returning to Extra Battle for a second run on Friday, February 22nd, when the battles for their first of four total Costume Pieces will resume. As before, challenging each of these mechanical World Warriors will cost you 2,500 Fight Money per individual attempt, meaning you’ll need a minimum of 10,000 Fight Money to claim a single Crossover Costume, and a whopping 40,000 FM for the compete set.

However, if you’ve collected any of the previous pieces on their first pass around, the game will remember the gems that you already have, so you’ll only need to wait for the corresponding week of the pieces that you’re missing to gain the complete attire.Guts Man Balrog’s second piece will also be starting on Friday, and the Extra Battles for both the normal and Arranged version of Guts Man’s Theme from Mega Man are still available as Crossover BGM for another 1,000 FM per attempt.

Will you be looking to complete any of the Mech attires you missed on the first cycle? Let us know in the comments below.

Source: Street Fighter (Twitter)

Nexon Announces the Launch of Mobile MMO AxE: Alliance vs Empire

Nexon has announced the launch of its next mobile MMO, AxE: Alliance vs Empire, has launched for both Android and iOS devices. According to the press announcement, AxE is a “fully-featured MMORPG experience on the go, including an expansive storyline and campaign, a massive and evolving open world to explore, challenging cooperative dungeons and raids and a variety of PvP modes”. To celebrate, Nexon is gifting players with a starter kit and has released a new series of videos.

Evo Japan 2019 results

This past weekend saw the second installment of Evo Japan, following the Evolution Championship Series’s first foray into the Land of the Rising Sun in 2018. With six main titles and a number of side tournaments, the entire weekend was full of fabulous action.

Results

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Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition

1. Victrix|Momochi (Zeku, Kolin)
2. CYG.BST|Fuudo (Birdie, R. Mika)
3. Powe11 (Cammy)
4. REC|Punk (Karin Kanzuki, Nash)
5. Yoshimoto|Jyobin (Necalli)
5. Liquid|Nemo (Urien, Kolin)
7. UYU|OilKing (Rashid)
7. Crusher (Birdie)
9. YG|Machabo (Necalli)
9. UYU|NL (Akuma)
9. Pugera (Ibuki, Balrog)
9. Mago (Cammy)
13. GRPT|MOV (Chun-Li)
13. Liquid|John Takeuchi (Rashid)
13. KL|HumanBomb (Chun-Li)
13. AB|Kichipa-mu (Zangief)
17. Mo-Joe (R. Mika)
17. Anman (Urien)
17. WildTaiwanese (Akuma, Laura)
17. Nishikin (Blanka)
17. Yujix (Chun-Li)
17. Mizuha (Kolin)
17. AB|Chuan (Guile)
17. PONOS|Moke (Rashid)
25. DouyuTV|XiaoHai (Cammy)
25. RSC.O.R.C. (Urien)
25. CYG.BST|GamerBee (Cammy)
25. Inuchiyo (M. Bison)
25. Fudoh|Otani (Akuma)
25. Hikarin (Necalli)
25. Yossan (Juri)
25. Tokido (Akuma)
33. Deshiken (Karin Kanzuki)
33. Talon|Denesis (M. Bison)
33. B.O.B.|Xiaobao (Vega, Necalli)
33. EnVYUS|MisterCrimson (Dhalsim)
33. DNG|Itabashi Zangief (Zangief)
33. MH|Armpitplay (Ken)
33. Sikkemi (Ryu)
33. CO|Dogura (Urien)
33. Unsung (Zeku)
33. Ponzaman (Rashid)
33. AB|StormKubo (Abigail)
33. Rockpon (Menat)
33. Naooonnn (Akuma)
33. Fudoh|Johnny (Karin)
33. iG|Jeiwa (Akuma)
33. EG|Ricki Ortiz (Chun-Li)
49. Narikun (Ibuki)
49. OC|Gafro (Balrog)
49. Donpachi (Alex)
49. Kuro (Birdie)
49. Takuyar (Ryu)
49. PBE|Don (Akuma)
49. Nichiyobi (Laura)
49. KDIT|Yoro (Karin Kanzuki)
49. We-R1|Jimmy1 (Vega)
49. Yuzuponzu (M. Bison)
49. SF|GentlemenThief (Juri)
49. Yuri-Gorimusou (Ryu)
49. Trashbox (Birdie)
49. CCL (Chun-Li)
49. SSNO|Sakagami (Balrog)
49. NastyNas (Balrog)
65. Niceball (F.A.N.G)
65. PBE|Jamse (Kolin)
65. GGP|Kazunoko (Ibuki)
65. HNF|Chan-C (M. Bison)
65. FEA|Edmiya (Ed)
65. Aomori (Guile)
65. FC|TodayCEO (Dhalsim)
65. Jajii (Ken)
65. Mattypie (Ibuki)
65. PGW|Hayao (Zangief)
65. WP|Vanao (Balrog)
65. Kenpi (Ken)
65. AZmax151 (Urien)
65. MH|MinuteMaidOrange (Cammy)
65. EnVYUS|Layo (Laura)
65. Seike (Dhalsim)
65. Paddylee (Kolin)
65. DC|Laezax (Ryu)
65. ZJZ (Menat, Karin)
65. Tea Howk (Zangief)
65. We-Re|Kanabata (Sagat)
65. Eniki (Urien)
65. Fujii (Ryu)
65. XG|Yoyotai (R. Mika)
65. USGYGaru (Balrog)
65. RayPistola (Cammy)
65. LP|Quiqui (Urien)
65. Jojotaro (Akuma)
65. Dirty1m (Urien)
65. VS|WhiteAshX (Kolin)
65. AiAi (Juri)
65. Yohei (Alex)
97. FC|Vxbao (Vega)
97. StiLe3 (G)
97. UYU|JeStErPoWeR (Vega)
97. Uemura (Urien)
97. Kyon0079 (Guile)
97. Kagami (Ibuki)
97. Himajin (Ryu)
97. UYU|Jeondding (Cammy)
97. Noguti (Guile)
97. Touno (Ibuki)
97. NSLD (Chun-Li)
97. Gondo (Birdie)
97. Iincho (Nash)
97. Kudo (Akuma)
97. HiFight (Blanka)
97. Kawano (Kolin)
97. Blackwell|E.T. (Laura)
97. PGW|Ren (Rashid)
97. Xenom (Rashid)
97. Taishi (Falke)
97. Toriha (F.A.N.G, Ed)
97. Doramon (Karin Kanzuki)
97. Bigdanmul (R. Mika)
97. Kiyotea (Zeku)
97. Kosaku (Necalli)
97. Matatabi (M. Bison)
97. Lopez (F.A.N.G)
97. Uiri (M. Bison)
97. Ryox (Urien)
97. Kamayan (Karin Kanzuki)
97. KindE.T. (Blanka)
97. Panya HB (Abigail)

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Tekken 7

1. VS|Arslan_Ash (Kazumi Mishima)
2. PBE|AK (Shaheen, Paul Phoenix)
3. CherryBerryMango (Jin Kazama, Noctis Lucis Caelum)
4. THY|Chikurin (Geese Howard, Jin Kazama)
5. WG|Jimmy J Tran (Bryan Fury)
5. Destiny (Geese Hoard, Asuka Kazama, Akuma)
7. WG|Book (Jin Kazama)
7. Saint (JACK-7)
9. Pikohan_Kouki (Lee Chaolan)
9. UYU|Jeondding (Eddy Gordo)
9. TarisCutter (Kazumi Mishima)
9. Ulsan (Kazumi Mishima)
13. UYU|LowHigh (Marshal Law, Shaheen)
13. Rangchu (Katarina, Lucky Chloe, Panda)
13. Chirichiri (Shaheen)
13. BoA Flower (Kazuya Mishima)
17. Richstah (Akuma)
17. Yamasa|Take (Kazumi Mishima)
17. Fightspirit (Steve Fox)
17. Zeugal (Steve Fox, Sergei Dragunov)
17. JDCR (Armor King)
17. WG|Kagemaru (Josie Rizal)
17. UYU|Qudans (Devil Jin)
17. AO (Miguel Caballero Rojo)
25. ROX|Chanel (Eliza, Alisa Bosconovitch)
25. Hakaioh (Geese Howard)
25. COOASGAMES|Noroma (Sergei Dragunov)
25. Soyongdory (Devil Jin)
25. ROX|Knee (Paul Phoenix)
25. Kkkokkoma (Kazumi Mishima, Marshal Law)
25. Karei (Kazumi Mishima)
25. Uukun (Kuma)
33. PTJ (Noctis Lucis Caelum)
33. KuroKuro (Noctis Lucis Caelum, Leo Kliesen)
33. Ratin (Leo Kliesen)
33. Lark12Lark (Katarin Alves)
33. Yamasa|Nobi (Sergei Dragunov, Steve Fox)
33. Joe0910 (Heihachi Mishima)
33. Keisuke (Kazuya Mishima)
33. Taisei (Steve Fox)
33. Merry3
33. Legender (Akuma)
33. Nishi (Feng Wei)
33. UYU|Double (Marshal Law)
33. CofeePrinz (Steve Fox)
33. Sunchp9759 (Kazumi Mishima)
33. Nisshin (Alisa Bosconovitch)
33. Emperor of Night (Jin Kazama)
49. ShinAkuma (Akuma)
49. SaltySalmon (Gigas)
49. Jackller Bancho (JACK-7)
49. Taaku (Shaheen)
49. Minari Soda (King)
49. Tsubumi (Shaheen)
49. PBE|Doujin (Claudio Seraffino)
49. Mnaba (Katarina Alves)
49. Youwin (Devil Jin)
49. Gochirou (Hwoarang)
49. Vegawo (Paul Phoenix)
49. Bennkei (King)
49. Cove (Katarina Alves)
49. TaiHeiYo (King)
49. AndyChan
49. Yuttariyu_ki (Marshal Law)

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Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2

1. WG|Samitto (Chipp Zanuff) – 550 Points Qualifies for the ARCREVO World Tour Finals
2. Chachacha (Kum Haehyun) – 250 Points
3. Tomo (Leo Whitefang) – 190 Points
4. YG|Machabo (Ky Kiske, Sol Badguy) – 160 Points
5. 310 (Venom) – 130 Points
5. WG|LOX (Jam Kuradoberi) – 130 Points
7. Nage (Faust) – 100 Points
7. Zadi (Raven) – 100 Points
9. Dorji_kun (Raven)
9. Ruda (Axl Low)
9. TKC (Slayer)
9. Ogawa (Zato-1)
13. LostSoul (Elphelt Valentine)
13. Taka (Slayer)
13. GGP|Kazunoko (Raven)
13. Luigi
17. Hime (Axl Low)
17. Tekiira (Jam Kuradoberi)
17. Teresa (Jam Kuradoberi)
17. PurePure (Jack-O’)
17. Kageyama (Elphelt Valentine)
17. GZL|Koichi (I-No)
17. Ranger (Millia Rage)
17. Isamu (Venom)
25. Kuroshiba (Bedman)
25. Remiscar (Elphelt Valentine)
25. Riutama (Jam Kuradoberi)
25. Yakui (Raven)
25. Shimomo (Jack-O’)
25. Twollio (I-No)
25. Shiichan (Zato-1)
25. Teitoku (Jack-O’)
33. Kazuna (Elphelt Valentine)
33. Kojirou (Johnny)
33. Totan (Dizzy)
33. Spike (Slayer)
33. Asago (Ky Kiske)
33. Aji Shogun (Baiken)
33. Nora (Elphelt Valentine)
33. Hamident (Jam Kuradoberi)
33. Keibou
33. Roze (May)
33. Nyasu (Potemkin)
33. Nekochan (Answer)
33. Ekusu (Johnny)
33. Mayumis (Sin Kiske)
33. Iitakuto (I-No)
33. Bari (Elphelt Valentine)
49. Tsubasamay (May)
49. Rosian (Ky Kiske)
49. Amo (Zato-1)
49. Mightmight
49. Ayusama (Venom)
49. Kedako (May)
49. Takku (Ramlethal Valentine)
49. Kazuhiko (Ky Kiske)
49. Idesan (Axl Low)
49. Pakuman (Leo Whitefang)
49. Nakata Nishikouki (Faust)
49. Kyon (Axl Low)
49. Kiryuu246
49. Zenith (Raven)
49. Teeketsuatsu (Raven)
49. Kudo (Leo Whitefang)

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BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle

1. Tsurugi|Tomo/Relo (Mai Natsume/Gordeau) – 550 Points Qualifies for ARCREVO World Tour Finals
2. Alcormakkos (Ruby Rose/Gordeau) – 250 Points
3. Hide (Ruby Rose/Gordeau) – 190 Points
4. KYONOentremete (Mitsuru Kirijo/Yuzuriha) – 160 Points
5. Shige (Orie/Izayoi) – 130 Points
5. Noble (Carmine/Es) – 130 Points
7. Pizamayo (Blake Belladonna/Yuzuriha) – 100 Points
7. Gouda (Gordeau/Nu-13) – 100 Points
9. LLon_Nu13 (Nu-13/Vatista)
9. Mononaisi (Yuzuriha/Akihiko)
9. Stone (Mai Natsume/Makoto Nanaya)
9. SSNO|KojiKOG (Waldstein/Iron Tager)
13. Nerima (Yuzuriha/Noel Vermillion)
13. Woo (Yang Xiao Long/Es)
13. Itorin (Yang Xiao Long/Mitsuru Kirijo)
13. GRPT|DoraBang (Vatista/Merkava)
17. Shiroitori (Yosuke Hanamura/Linne)
17. A’z (Yuzuriha/Gordeau)
17. Nezu (Mai Natsume/Naoto Shirogane)
17. Doropon (Gordeau/Ruby Rose, Waldstein/Iron Tager)
17. Picty
17. RYO_KK
17. Manatsu (Ragna The Bloodedge/Nu-13)
17. Nanoha-sensei (Es/Vatista)
25. Nameless (Gordeau/Ruby Rose)
25. Namuru (Carmine/Yu Narukami)
25. Hashimo
25. Colayarou (Chie Satonaka/Gordeau)
25. Masakichi (Yang Xiao Long/Hyde Kido)
25. Akira (Mitsuru Kirijo/Waldstein)
25. RAYUmeteor (Waldstein/Gordeau)
25. Feketeri (Vatista/Noel Vermillion)

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SoulCalibur VI

1. Shoot-Fighters|Keev (Nightmare)
2. Shen Chan (Cervantes de Leon)
3. SHK (Zasalamel)
4. Shen Yuan (Seigfried Schtauffen, Sophitia Alexandra)
5. Tamonegi (Maxi)
5. Shiwapon (Sophitia Alexandra)
7. KangMin (Taki)
7. Jashin (Ivy Valentine)
9. CrazyTaxi (Raphael Sorel)
9. Heaton (Siegfried Schtauffen)
9. SaitohFR (Astaroth)
9. Weasel (Sophitia Alexandra)
13. 575Ebola (Nightmare)
13. KuraJang (Kilik, Talim)
13. Nekooyogi (Kilik, 2B)
13. De-chi (Talim)
17. Oplon|Skyll (Heishiro Mitsurugi)
17. Yuttoto (Voldo)
17. GGP|Kamizono (Seong Mi-Na)
17. Guren Nishioba (Raphael Sorel)
17. Nyantam (Tira)
17. Chrome0Knight (Yoshimitsu)
17. Sunkro (Xianghua)
17. Miharanao (Azwel)
25. DarkRuna (Azwel)
25. Izhmash SVD (Astaroth)
25. Hatomugi (Nightmare)
25. Cipher0613 (Geralt of Rivia)
25. Mado (Maxi)
25. Fatman (Voldo)
25. J_Clade (Maxi)
25. Heizu (Heishiro Mitsurugi)

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The King of Fighters XIV

1. Sanwa|M’ (Shun’ei/Billy Kane/Iori, Benimaru/Shun’ei/Iori, Billy Kane/Shun’ei/Iori)
2. Blackwell|E.T. (Blue Mary/Billy Kane/Oswald, Choi/Blue Mary/Oswald)
3. Score (Choi/Najd/Mature, Najd/Heidern/Mature, Choi/Mature/Heidern, Najd/Mature/Heidern, Robert/Benimaru/Mature)
4. SR (Leona/Kim/Gang-Il, Kim/Gang-Il, Nelson/Mature/Luong, Nelson/Gang-Il/Luong)
5. DouyuTV|Xiao Hai (Alice/Blue Mary/Iori, Alice/Shun’ei/Iori, Robert/Blue Mary/Iori, Blue Mary/Shun’ei/Iori)
5. Laggia (Alice/Blue Mary/Shun’ei)
7. CG|Pineapple (Zarina/Hein/Oswald)
7. Akira (Alice/Blue Mary/Shun’ei, Alice/Shun’ei/Leona)
9. Tsubasan (Robert/Benimaru/Iori)
9. Hisa (Benimaru/Kyo/Iori)
9. CG|Lau (Najd/Billy Kane/Mature)
9. SSNO|KojiKOG (Billy Kane/Verse/Mature)
13. Mok (Andy/Kukri/Kula)
13. FumiFumi (Tung Fu Rae/Luong/Leona)
13. MadKOF (Mature/Verse/Shun’ei, Mature/Daimon/Shun’ei)
13. KRone|Abaio (Hein/Billy Kane/Leona, Hein/Shun’ei/Leona)
17. Skawp (Kula/Leona/Daimon)
17. ssongkOF (K’, Leona/Iori)
17. KOFNo.1 (Kyo/Blue Mary/Shun’ei)
17. TxC|ViolentKain (Najd/Kyo/Iori)
17. Emui (Athena/Nakoruru/Yuri)
17. ZJZ (Zarina/Yuri/Leona)
17. Fudohmyouou (Shun’ei/Iori/Kim)
17. Koukou (Hein/Najd/Shun’ei)
25. Waiemu (Kula/Leona/Iori)
25. Burger King (Shun’ei/Gang-Il/Iori)
25. Noso (Mai/Leona/Ralf)
25. Kaitoman (Leona/Love Heart/Iori)
25. Rot (Verse/Benimaru/Zarina)
25. Dream (Meitenkun/Iori/Leona)
25. WP|K2 (Shun’ei/Leona/Hein)
25.H∀L (Billy, Oswald, Shun’ei)

Side Tournaments

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BlazBlue: Central Fiction

1. CO|Fenrich (Jin Kisaragi) – 550 Points
2. OJA|Masa (Mai Natsume) – 25o Points Qualifies for the ARCREVO World Tour Finals because Fenrich had already Qualified
3. OJA|Rikutoue (Izanami) – 190 Points
4. Yoshiki (Nu-13) – 160 Points
5. JAnson (Hazama) – 130 Points
5. GRPT|DoraBang (Bang Shishigami) – 130 Points
7. Makky (Rachel Alucard) – 100 Points
7. Nuka (Mu-12) – 100 Points

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Dragon Ball FighterZ

1. CO|Fenrich (Bardock/Cell/Super Saiyan Vegeta)
2. Matoi (Android 21/Super Saiyan Goku/Bardock)
3. Waka (Bardock/Android 16/Super Saiyan Goku)
4. Oplon|Skyll (Vegeta/Android 16/Super Saiyan Goku)
5. Musui (Kid Buu/Android 16/Super Saiyan Vegeta)
5. NTR|Vhaeraun (Android 18/Super Saiyan Vegeta/Gotenks)
7. Himeji (Bardock/Android 16/Super Saiyan Goku)
7. OJA|Rikutoue (Videl/Bardock/Super Saiyan Goku)

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Million Arthur: Arcana Blood

1. Hinokino (Koume Sakiyama
2. Smirnoff (Nitou Arthur
3. Jin (Riesz)
3. Mr. Bushido (Nitou Arthur
5. Osa (Iai Arthur)
5. RQRQ (Nitou Arthur
5. Yamanaka (Iai Arthur)
5. Zamaken (Zex Siegfried)

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Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike

1. Hirahata (Dudley)
2. Machiken (Ken)
3. PGW|Hayao (Hugo)
4. Dio (Urien)
5. Yuuri (Yang)
5. Vegawo (Makoto)
5. Kiyotarou (Oro)
5. Yuusuke (Yun)

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Ultra Street Fighter IV

1. Rau Ru Kuruuze (M. Bison)
2. Kinuito (Hakan)
3. Da (Dhalsim)
3. 1P@Karitoro Hiroshima (Ken)
5. Black Mamba (Blanka)
5. G.Y.R.O (Oni)
5. Kenzou (Akuma)
5. Yocchanfan (Rose)

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Vampire Savior

1. Toho (B.B. Hood)
2. Ninoude (Q-Bee)
3. Aji (Jon Talbain)
4. DD (Sasquatch)
5. Mano (Lilith)
5. Kuroe (Sasquatch)
7. Benzou (Jedah)
7. Ando (Felicia)

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Capcom vs. SNK 2

1. Gan (Iori/Blanka/M. Bison – A-Groove)
2. Black Mamba (Blanka/Sakura/M. Bison – A-Groove)
3. D44Bas (M. Bison/Vega/Blanka – A-Groove)
4. Izumi (Benimaru/Sagat/Ken – S-Groove)
5. Aoki (Cammy/Blanka/Sagat – K-Groove)
5. Mizoteru (Cammy/Blanka/Sagat – K-Groove)
5. Bocchan (Cammy/Blanka/Sagat – K-Groove)
5. Gi-ha (Iori/Rolento/Blanka – C-Groove)

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Fighting EX Layer

1. #18 (Jack)
2. Makoto (Shirase)
3. Nochun (Blair)
4. Satokin (Garuda)
5. Machii (Sanane)
5. DR (Skullomania)
5. Tsurugi|G.X. (Garuda)
5. Cero_T (Shirase)

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Chaos Code: New Sign of Catastrophe

1. Nanpon (Bravo)
2. Midarebo (MG Hikaru)
3. Manji (Kagari, Catherine)
4. Pikuchii (Celia, Cthylla)
5. Hashimo (Cerberus)
5. Norichan (Catherine)
7. Moriwo (Hermes)
7. DWU (Kudalk-SIN)

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Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3

1. KaneBlueRiver (Hulk/Sentinel/Haggar)
2. HNF|Chan-C (Zero/Dr. Doom/Dante)
3. Horuto (Strider Hiryu/Vergil/Akuma)
4. Vairos (Frank West/Super-Skrull/Haggar)
5. DiscoVigilante (Nova/Dr. Doom/Amaterasu)
5. Heartia (Wolverine/Sentinel/Vergil)
7. Granderxyz (Wolverine/Taskmaster/Akuma)
7. GB|JuDioBrando (Zero/Dante/Akuma)

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Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite

1. CyberJapanAgent (Dante/Dormamu – Space)
2. Ororon (Frank West/Monster Hunter  – Soul)
3. HNF|Chan-C (Zero/Hawkeye – Space)
4. Vairos (Nemesis/Chun-Li – Reality)
5. InC|VGD (Haggar/Gamora – Power)
5. PBE|BryanXD (Gamora/Captain Marvel – Power)
7. Lakshmi (Gamora/Rocket Raccoon – Reality)
7. Desangel213 (Ultron/Iron Man – Power)

Sources: Evo; Evo2; Evo3; Evo4; KVO Japan 1; KVO Japan 2

Warhammer: Chaosbane Trailer Introduces Bragi Axebiter, the Dwarf Slayer

Bigben and Eko Software have sent out a new trailer featuring one of the four playable characters coming in Warhammer: Chaosbane, the upcoming ARPG. Bragi Axebiter is a dwarven Slayer “vowing to cleanse his honor by dying in combat against a formidable adversary”. He is in a constant search for the most powerful foes to bring his oath to an end. He is a hand-to-hand combat specialist with high mobility that brings him into “the heart of melee”.

PlanetSide Arena Delayed Again, Steam Pre-Order Refunds Offered

Daybreak Games has announced another delay for PlanetSide Arena, a battle royale game based in the same universe as other PlanetSide titles. The release date is open-ended, but the window is summer 2019. The move was made in order to launch both the PC and PlayStation 4 versions simultaneously. Due to the launch being pushed back, Daybreak is refunding all Steam pre-orders and Founders Season is canceled until later this year.