When I say basic, I mean really basic stuff for noobs trying to get into fighting games.
It just feels weird watching a big fighting game tournament without a crowd. Am I the only one who feels this way?
Why try making a crossover game when you can just do it on your own?
Who’s going to win at this year’s EVO 2018 fighting game tournament? Let’s see if I can play Menat and look into the future.
You know the saying that goes “Too much of a good thing…”? That’s the battle royale genre right now.
While I’m a firm believer that fighting game tier lists are nothing to really believe in, there is some truth to them.
Fighting games are popular again. But why are they still considered a niche genre?
I think most fans would be prepared if Street Fighter V became more challenging in Season 3. And I truly hope Capcom thinks so, too.
I’ve been playing fighting games ever since Street Fighter II came out in arcades more than 25 years ago. Even then, it was pretty complex with six attack buttons to manage, the need to block high and low, performing combos and special moves and more. Now, pretty much all fighting games have gotten even more…
It can be pretty daunting for a newbie to get into fighting games now. You have things to manage and look out for. Things like super meters, counting frames and hitboxes are just a few of the things professional fighting gamers take into account while they play and just listening to the staggering number of…