Do you like combo videos and have alot of time to kill? Well then you’ve come to the right place. To celebrate getting 250 subscribers to his channel, LordWilliam1234 has created this massive new combo video with 250 individual combos.
The video in question is over an hour in length and covers Street Fighter X Tekken as well as fangame VGFC Worlds Collide. Give it a spin below if you have the time and share your thoughts in the comments.
Here’s some great news for people eagerly awaiting the next round of confirmations for Mortal Kombat X. Early this morning, the Russian edition of MAXIM magazine posted a trailer the game’s new “Shaolin” trailer a bit earlier than expected.
The trailer in question focuses on the Shaolin characters, Kung Lao, who was revealed last January, and newly confirmed Liu Kang who, like Kung Lao, has also fallen under the control of the elder god Shinnok.
In addition to Liu and Kung however, the trailer also shows newcomer, Kung Jin who was shown in NetherRealm’s last stream. Unlike the other two Shaolin, Kung Jin wields a bow which he uses to great effect, either by lobbing arrows, or using the bow itself as a weapon.
Other things shown in the trailer include a cameo by Bo’ Rai Cho, new looks for some of the returning cast, as well as some hints as to the game’s story.
Check out the trailer below and share your thoughts in the comments.
After releasing an inaugural video for Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, King of Fighters XIII combo mastermind Persona is getting back to their roots with an impressive combo video for Leona Heidern.
As with any combo video from Persona, viewers can expect to find plenty of maximum damage strings for all sorts of situations. Due to the devastating nature of Leona’s attacks, many of the touch of death combos displayed end up securing their kill in a remarkably low number of hits. But just because the hit counter doesn’t get as high as many of the other fighters that Persona has featured doesn’t mean that these combos are any less impressive.
Over the past few months, Northern California has been stepping their collective game up with regards to consistent events, and one of the big groups behind all this is competitive gaming organization ShowDown. Their weekly Churning the Butter tournament has only been running for a couple weeks, and yet they are garnering a player base on par with other local tournaments around the country. And, as we highlighted in videos from their second outing, some fantastic talent is showing up to throw down and improve their own game.
Tonight, they have once again taken over Folsom Street Foundry in San Francisco, California to put on an Ultra Street Fighter IV tournament for the regional players. If you’re interested in seeing what the NorCal cats have up their sleeves, be sure to check out the stream below and show your support. You can also head on over to Twitch if you prefer to chat.
Want to check these tournaments out for yourself? Well, you’re in luck, because even if you missed out this week, Churning the Butter is held every Thursday at 8 PM PDT during ShowDown’s game night at Folsom Street Foundry.
Some time ago, we reported that Bandai Namco Games and Arc System Works were working on a brand new Dragon Ball Z based 2D fighting game for the Nintendo 3DS. Now for those Japanese 3DS owners interested in picking this up, the latest issue of V Jump has confirmed that Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden will be hitting Japanese stores on June 11.
First print copies of the game will include a Golden Frieza disc for use in the Dragon Ball Discross arcade game, a movie Goku card for use in the Dragon Ball Heroes arcade game, as well as a download code for Dragon Ball Z: Super Butoden 2 Super Nintendo game for the 3DS’s Virtual Console.
In addition to this, players with save data from Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission 2 on their Nintendo 3DS will be able to use Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta.
Finally, for those interested in trying the game out, a QR code to download a demo of the game will be included in next month’s issue of V Jump.
Thanks to the incredible damage output, knock back and windup time of his Warlock Punch, and, to a lesser extent, his up tilt, Ganondorf thrives on making difficult reads in order to secure stocks in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. Of course, he can net kills with plenty of other moves as well, but let’s face it, there’s nothing quite so satisfying as landing his signature move.
Below, you’ll find a Ganondorf highlight reel from Alpharad, and since this is a video from his How to Play series, you’ll not only get to see the Zelda antagonist land some perfect Warlock Punches, but you’ll see plenty of hilarious uses of most of his other attacks as well. Get ready for some shield breaks, plenty of Ganoncides, and only the hardest of reads.
M. Bison has always been one of Street Fighter’s most iconic villains and it’s no surprise that more than a few players are drawn to the dictator in red. If you count yourself as one of these, then you might want to check the video below out.
Mono has put up a new installment of his M. Bison tutorial series, this one focusing on some of the new combos that Bison can do thanks to specific changes in Ultra Street Fighter IV. These include new combos on counter-hit as well as new links that can be combined with either an FADC or an EX Red Focus for some damaging combos.