This article reminds me of DBFZ’s first week of release because it was so easy to identify who came from which scene. IADs and good overall air movement but rarely tags out? GG/BB player. Tag combos and clean assist usage? MvC dude. Won’t jump but has a surprisingly strong ground game? SF guy. Constantly trying to…
SonicFox sure is cocky, but he’s dominated Leffen every time they’ve played against each other. Also, I can’t wait to see how well Kazunoko, Dogura, GO1 and other Japanese players do against the Americans at EVO.
SonicFox has been repeatedly destroying everyone during the Next Level Battle Circuit streams (on twitch.tv/teamsp00ky). It’s been fun to watch.
What. A. Match. Those incredible Monty plays from Penta, especially on Bank, amazing team strategy and coordination. So good to watch.
This kind of stuff just makes me think “where is Meta Athena in OWL?”
I feel bad for Kizzie, and certainly hope that they don’t make a repeat of rules like this. That said, the whole match was a spectacle to behold, and it makes me excited for DBFZ’s future.
Her witchcraft allows her to craft constructs out of her hair, like the gigantic foot or fist that emulates her punches and kicks. In the Bayo games, she uses her hair to craft portals that enable demons to cross over into whichever world she’s in, to do her bidding. Since her clothes are usually also constructed from…
Bayo isnt as bad as 64 Pikachu or MetaKnight & Ice Climbers in Brawl. Just has a lot of auto-combos. Theres good arguments on both ends, and I wouldnt mind seeing tournaments experiment with a ban rather than outright dismiss it. It can always be reversed.
ABSOLUTELY ban Cloud in Doubles though wew lad is it worse. I…
“...and that’s when the nanobots dissolve and supercharge the circulatory system. Anyway, what’s your speciality?”
Can we re-live that awesome KO that won EVO? (Fun fact: I actually put up this tweet as I was on duty with the Evo account during the Smash 4 finals, even while Twitch was down; IT WASN’T MY FAULT, I SWEAR!)
Bayonetta’s status in SSB4 doesn’t come close to Metaknight’s in SSBB. Brawl’s Metaknight was the only one to win anything for a very long while. Bayonetta just wins a disproportionate amount of the time.
As aggravating as it is to see Bayo and Cloud work their ways up to the tops of so many tournaments, it is possible to beat them and its so damn satisfying when you see it happen.
I also love when games let you continue after finishing a quest in a less than favorable way. It gives another reason for multiple playthroughs. That’s what was missing from L.A. Noire as it was basically impossible to fail.
There’s an edited video that’s funny af:
“He had control the whole time!” -Eagles fans.
Scarlett’s been one of my favorite players for a while, so I’m ecstatic to see her doing so well right now. She’s always been a great macro player, but now her early rushes and aggressiveness just takes her play to a whole new level. NoRegret, another Canadian Zerg who’s known for his aggressiveness, has been coaching…
The genre really fell by the wayside for a variety of reasons, but I think a big one might be that RTSs with a really high skill ceiling end up not being as fun to play for casual players, while ones that streamline the genre’s demand for impossibly fast multitasking either don’t have the fast-paced for esports or…
It was amazing watching a foreign player whip these Korean pros so soundly last night. Scarlett literally did things with Zerg I’ve never seen in a pro game, and I’ve watched thousands. She’s going to have a tough road in the Ro8, but I believe!