By: starlordtitus Jan 29, 2013 | 7 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 Oct 5, 2010 | 6 Comments
Don't worry about playing it on the Wii, it's coming to Xbox 360 and PS3 eventually. This is what it looks like when "cool" people play the Wii. I'm over the Wii Jimmy.
By: Cinderkin Dec 4, 2010 | 10 Comments
Desk well known for his max combo Chun-Li videos of over 100 hits. Now he has gone on to conquer the Twin Galaxies Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Mode High Score. It's pretty impressive and also entertaining. Check it out!
Here's what Desk had to say about the project.
Current World Records:
Xbox 360: 2,014,700
PlayStation 3: 1,119,600
Desk's Final Score: 2,218,000
I'm not actually playing for score for most of the run. I tried to be reasonably entertaining while demonstrating a bunch of practical and impractical combos and set-ups. For a proper 'point pressing' run I'd lose a round in every match. Also, I'd do nothing but the legs loop and rinse the barrel bonus stage a lot more. However, that wouldn't have been very interesting to watch.
I've also provided a commentary giving some insight into what's possible vs certain characters, practicality/impracticality of certain combos, etc.
Can you beat Desk's record? Tell us what you think in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!
By: goukijones Aug 3, 2012 | 4 Comments | Updated: Aug 8, 2012
GoukiJones tests out Kontrol Freeks FPSFREEK CQC stick grips.
I downloaded Battlefield 3 close Quarters just to test out these Close Quarters Combat Kontrol Freeks.
The instructions manual is also a sticker on one side. I think that is a good idea. The instructions don't offer a great explanation on how to put them on, yes I know it's not that difficult to begin with. BUT doing two prongs toward the top of the stick and snapping down the third one works best.
Kontrol Freek did send me these for free to use and write about. You know I wouldn't be buying no add-ons like this Jimmy.
Battlefield 3's melee is the right bumper for me, so I didn't use it for actual CQC, but I was doing a lot of quick crouch walking and diving onto the floor and that all felt fine. The Kontrol Freeks raise up the thumb pads and the concave grip is comfortable. I like them and will probably leave them on my controller.
I hope to see in the future some more design options instead of just the KF logo. Perhaps even a way to upload my own designs and get some custom grips. Gouki logo Kontrol Freeks would be dope.
The original CQC's are now $9.99 on KontrolFreek.com and were $14.99. When these green ones are released you can expect a price of $14.99. At this particular stage in my life, I probably wouldn't pay for something like this. I've never considered these things before. But now that I've got a chance to try them out, I think they can be beneficial and would recommend you trying them out yourself.
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By: fnjimmy Mar 1, 2011 | 12 Comments
I got a modded and hacked PSP that plays 100's of 1k's games. I can play whatever I want. Just not actual PSP games.
This is a video of me demonstrating how to play game on my modded PSP. goukijones wanted to play Tactics Ogre, but doesn't have a PSP so he asked to borrow mine. Sure, no problem. I have a normal PSP, well it's hacked ...
How to play Tactics Ogre on a Modded PSP with FnJimmy
My thoughts on my very first big tournament and how it changed me.
Back before i entered this tournament i always thought i was really good. I would even go as far as to say i was cocky. That all changed february 23rd 2009 i was in for a rude awakening. Lets go back a little first do you remember the national street fighter 4 gamestop tournament when SF4 was released? Well i was in it and i was one of the two store champions and moved on to the second round. I won two SF4 wrist bands and a yellow store champion head band seen in the pic below.
Of course that win did nothing but increase my cockiness which is not a good thing. So going into this local SF4 tournament i felt that i was going to wipe the floor with these noobs. The first sign of trouble what that a lot of people showed up. Then more than half of them pulled out fightsticks i said to myself uh oh what have i gotten myself into. The other crippling factor was back then i played on the standard 360 controller and this tournament was held on the PS3 version.
My brother and my cousin (VERY good player) were in it also so no matter what the result i felt we had a chance to walk out winners. Oh how wrong i was, out of the three of us my cousin goes first and he narrowly defeats a good fightstick user. You can see them doing their good game handshake in the pic below. (he is the one in the black coat)
Next up was something that humbled me as a person and a player. I was nervous like most people would be in their first big tournament. My heart was beating out of my chest and the fact that you have a crowd watching only made it worse. I pick cammy and my opponent picked balrog the first round i was destroyed. The second round i managed to pull out a win to the shock of me and everybody else. The third round was more balrog rape and my whole tournament experience was over before it really began.
I did the customary good game handshake but i was dying inside i walked over in a corner and hung my head. I was waiting for my brother and cousin to finish up but i wanted to leave because i was embarrassed and shamed. When i look back on it though it made me a better player because after that i started to train hard and look up tactics and strategies for characters which is something i have never done before that. It also taught me the difference between cocky and confidence, which i had to learn the hard way. After that whole experience i found out im not nearly as good as i thought i was still close to beginner status. I have gotten a lot better since then and when i think about it if SF4 was never released i would have went on thinking im one of the best when in reality i was not very good at all. So in retrospect being humbled in front of a crowd is not that bad because it can change you for the better.
Any of you have tournament experience? Let us know and don't be a jimmy.
This game looks like a lot of fun.
I'm so hoping Rage 2 is a hit. All these trailers seem to have more style than the entire original game. Can't wait.
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Short but sweet.
The game looks just like the promotional YouTube videos, theirs blood and limbs everywhere! The feel of the game runs smoothly and killshots are...basically everything. Doing random shit and getting points and cool names for it is amusing. I found myself getting "Voodo Doll" majority of the time by randomly using the Leash. The leash is a nobrainer really, you can turn the corner, randomly use it homes to nearest opponent. Its charged versions does a AOE gravity thing and everyone flies up in slomo, good shit. In the end, I thought about the full game. I am a multiplayer oriented person and I accepted the fact of no PVP, the game will be extremely fun co-op but...the skill shots are what intrigues you the most and doing cool shit, it might get annoying playing online and getting kill stolen when your trying to pull off something beastly.Got home, downloaded the demo and played it right away. Honestly, I am impressed. The demo is short and a little bit linear, but its full of fun. It's you the chick and the cyborg black dude running around killing stuff. There is a good amount of enemies and the NPC on your team don't really seem to kill steal you during the demo, good shit. You run around this weird planet/spacehip and encounter mutant dudes. 5 weapons are available. The Peacemaker Carbine, Flail Gun, Leash, a minigun you can pick up and fling shot. The Carbine works like you thought it would, pretty bread and butter automatic rifle. It (like every other weapon) has a charge version that basically shoots out a beast shot that guarantees a kill on the enemy. The flail gun is a pistol but in its charge version it is like a Flare Gun and the fling shot wraps around enemies, the charge versions has bombs around it that blow them up.
Basicallly I reviewed the demo like this
Grahpics- top fucking notch, the game runs and looks beautifully.
Gameplay-perfect. Controls are easy and mapped well, after you kill like 2 enemies you got it. Npc's were super dumb, but its a demo, they should be. and they can take a hit, if you have bad aim and spam shots at someone, good chance they will get up, and that I really like.
Demo Presentation- Short but really made me want more. You get a good variety of weapons and a real feel of the game as you run around this...weird broken down world/ship?
In the end, I'm gonna end of buying the game, already had it pre-ordered ;D Buy it!
The demo also had some extra goodies. It shows you your friends scores on a leader board and you can also check the whole leader board but, there were some pre-order bonuses also.
After beating the demo it tells you congrats for beating it, and you unlock Boots and Armor and something different about the Leash for when you buy the full game...that's like half of the pre-order deal (especially for us PS3 users T_T). But all in all it was fun as hell, hope you guys play it too and write about what you thought....unless your playing Dead Space 2, have fun ;)
Those who don't believe will never succeed. Another image has surfaced of Akuma in Marvel vs Capcom 3. This time it's from Shopto.net. Check out the image!
What do you all think this time? Don't be a Jimmy! Tell us what you think!
As long as the trailer starts out with choking a little girl, you shouldn't have any worries.
On a side note: Ken Levine talking on stage last night at the Sony Press Conference, was talking about adding move support. He sounded totally unsure of himself and the story he told made it sound like Sony forced it on him. Either way, I don't care. I'll use the controller thanks.
Bioshock Infinite E3 2011 Trailer
Capcom Unity has released a video showcasing the newly released Street Fighter Monopoly set. Check it out.
Chris and Yuri unbox Monopoly Street Fighter Collector's Edition. See Bison Bucks, Dojo Mortgages, and which playable pieces won our community poll.
This is pretty sweet. What are your thoughts on this? Are you a fan of Monopoly or do you collect things like this?
Tell us what you think in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!
By: daisymare Jul 23, 2012 | 3 Comments
This first video was just posted 6 hours ago and the second one is from a Livestream event at Pon-E3 a week ago.