Fight Commentary P4U2 2.0 – Waka (Naoto) vs Musui (Shadow Akihiko)

Fight Commentary P4U2 2.0 – Waka (Naoto) vs Musui (Shadow Akihiko)
Date Published: 22 November, 2017

It sure has been a while since my last fight commentary so I figured let’s do another one. This time featuring a familiar game in P4U2 2.0 but with match-ups I am not too familiar with, yet still enjoy watching. 

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The MacSplicer Podcast #25 – TWT Final Recap and Thoughts on P4A Series

This week I talk about my love for the P4A series to piggyback off of my recent feature The Future of the Persona 4 Arena Series, as well as a recap of the Tekken World Tour Final.

Topics on this week’s show include:

 

The Future of the Persona 4 Arena Series

The Future of the Persona 4 Arena Series
Date Published: 15 November, 2017

It has been over three years since the western release of Persona 4 Arena Ultimax (P4U2)—the second title in the Persona 4 Arena series, and one which has seen little developer support post launch, aside from an update that only reached Japanese arcades in January of 2015.

That same update, while it reinvigorated the game within the Japanese arcade community, was a major factor in the demise of not only the game’s western community; who never received the update, but also played a hand in the rapid decline of high level Japanese players the game was once full of. Continue reading “The Future of the Persona 4 Arena Series”

The MacSplicer Podcast #22 – KOF XIV vs MVC:I

Another random podcast where I talk about some of the future content for the website and YouTube channel, a shoutout to the King of Fighters community, and some thoughts on manga/anime after a long hiatus from the genre.

Topics on this week’s show include:

  • King of Fighters community shoutout
  • Future content on MacSplicer
  • Anime/manga thoughts

 

Why I Love Street Fighter’s Adon

Why I Love Street Fighter’s Adon
Date Published: 
September 24, 2017

Despite his brash and outspoken nature, Adon has been a character widely overlooked when it comes to his recognition in the Street Fighter universe. Frankly, Adon is not even the most popular Muay Thai fighter in the series—a title held by Sagat.

However, what separates Adon from the pack is his unwavering personality combined with a certain chip on his shoulder, as he is self-aware of his weaknesses yet, still carries on with an exuberant amount of confidence in himself. Continue reading “Why I Love Street Fighter’s Adon”

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