By: starlordtitus Jan 29, 2013 | 22686 Views | 6 Comments
The most powerful Street Fighter characters made appearances throughout many games. Coming down to the Top 6 was down right close. But behold, the most prestige fighters in all of Street Fighter.
Ryu is perhaps the most famous character in the Street Fighter series. His humble beginnings to his uprising in ability to topple the giant champions of the world made him the fighter we all wished to be. The hero of Street Fighter and overall legend, he is known for usually snatching victory from the jaws of defeat.
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By: goukijones May 17, 2012 | 10533 Views | 7 Comments
Nothing a little determination won't over come. After trying multiple programs and testing out tons of configurations. GoukiJones finally achieved greatness, by killing the skeleton king with an Xbox 360 Controller. Here's how:
Everybody has seen the story about the Xpadder. That Jimmy has posted that same story all over the internet. Well the Xpadder is $10. I'm cheap. Plus I just paid full price for Diablo 3 that has been in development for years and should have come with a simple feature, such as controller support. Never mind all that, Xpadder is $10 and I wasn't having that. I did find a free version of Xpadder, but it wouldn't even install and giving me pc safety warnings. I searched the internets and came across a few different FREE options. Free options are always scary, but I was willing to risk it.Read full story...
By: goukijones Aug 3, 2012 | 1608 Views | 1 Comments
Gouki.com sister site DropTheBelt.com is designed and developed by GoukiJones & BatRastered. DropTheBelt is a fantasy wrestling game. You can now join match made leagues and play with other wrestling fans from around the world.
It's pretty simple, go to DropTheBelt.com and click on fantasy leagues. (You gotta sign up if you haven't yet. wtf?) Scroll down and click Join a Match-made league. The next person who does will be in a league with me. Don't be a Jimmy!
You can read more detail on how to play here: Matchmaking is now live! Join a league of 6, no friends needed.
If you don't know what DropTheBelt is to even begin with ... it's a fantasy wrestling game based on WWE TV & PPV's. Just like fantasy football, but for the WWE. You can create your own league OR join matchmaking now. :) You can also set up your own draft and select how many wrestlers per team. You decide. We keep score. Seasons are twice a year, there is a Summerslam season and a Wrestlemania season. Join today!
If you know anybody who watches the WWE, please tell them to check out DropTheBelt.com. Thank you for your support.
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By: Arthvader Jan 20, 2013 | 9759 Views | 4 Comments | Updated: Jan 21, 2013
Goukijones, Batrasterd, and I take on Pete the Invincible using a glitch to our advantage.
On Wednesday, January 16, Goukijones, Batrasterd, and I went and took on the raid boss of Mr. Tourge's Campaign of Carnage, Pete the Invincible. During the course of this particular fight, though, we ended up getting Pete into a spot where he essentially got stuck, allowing us to defeat him without much issue.Read full story...
By: BatRastered May 22 (2 days ago) | 26 Views | 0 Comments
How it works
Gouki.com uses the ELO system to rank players in our tournaments. The Ultra Street Fighter IV rankings are now current as of the most recent FMIWT#4 tournament. (MKX and Smash4 are up-to-date too, though they only have one tourney each so far).
This is how ELO works (I copied all this off the internet....)
Chance of you winning = 1 / (1 + 10^((opponent rating - your rating) / 400))
If your equal to your opponents rating, you have a 50% chance of winning, if 200 points above your opponent you have a 76% chance of winning, and 400 points above your opponent give you a 91% chance of winning.
There is a value which varies based on the system your using called k-factor. The SC2 k-factor appears to be 32, which is a common k-factor value.
When you win, you receive (k-factor * odds of losing) points. So if a 1900 player wins a 1500 player then the 1900 player will receive 2 or 3 points, because (32 * 9%) is 2.9 - I don't know how the rounding works.
When you lose, you lose (k-factor * odds of winning) points. Thus the losing player in the above scenario would lose (32 * 9%) points - which is 2 or 3 points.
Contrast this to a fair game between 1500 vs 1500, where the winner receives 16 points, and the loser loses 16 points.
Note that this is not like an average. An average is harder to change the more games are played. If you lose your first 100 games, it will be very very difficult to ever get an 80% win average. If you lose your first 100 game in ELO, and then win several games in a row your score will rebound very quickly.
Read more here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elo_rating_system
Gouki uses the same K value of 32 and starts new competitors out at 1000 points.
So anyway, this used to be done by hand, and as such was subject to data entry errors, it's now pulled directly from the challonge brackets via the challonge web API. This does lead to duplication as it is matching players based on the name the input when signing up. (e.g. "tg FnJimmy" is different from "FnJimmy" or "tg|DTB FnJimmy") I have tried to fix these on our end by averaging the results. I'm not sure if that's right and I'm not inclined to do the math to prove it one way or the other, so what I've done now is gone back through the challonge brackets and normalized the names a bit and then re-imported everything. This has the added benefit of removing any previous hand-entered errors that may have been left over, some of the win/loss records have changed, so you may want to check your ratings again to see where you are. Please let us know if you see any duplicates in the list still.
These rankings will be used for our upcoming ranked tournament series and invitational tournament.
- #FMIWT Monthly Ranked Tournaments & Invitational.
- Anime Revolution Local Smash 4 Sponsorship Tournament
- Every Tuesday @GameWorks Las Vegas Street Fighter FREE 6-11PM BYOC
Top 10 Video Games
- Ultra Street Fighter IV
- Super Smash Bros.
- Mortal Kombat X
- WWE '12
- WWE SmackDown VS Raw 2011
- Rainbow Six Siege
- Batman: Arkham Knight
- Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward
- Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3
- League of Legends