The MacSplicer Podcast #91 – Everything FGC ft. Stumblebee

Back after more than a month, and this time with yet another FGC guest! Stumblebee joins me to talk about all sorts of cool happenings in the FGC both in the past and present, and even a little future speculation.

Topics on this week’s show include:

  • Fighting game background
  • Stumblebee’s work as an FGC content creator
  • Street Fighter V‘s journey and possible future
  • Dragon Ball FighterZ selling 5 million copies
  • Fighting game netcode
  • Listener questions

The State of the FGC in 2020

The State of the FGC in 2020
Date Published: 29 May, 2020

The year 2020 for the Fighting Game Community (FGC) is ironically a year that saw factors that led to both forward progress with regards to game theory, as well as an impediment to the competitive landscape.

There is often a theme in the FGC within any given year, be it the feeling of the guard changing in 2017 or the presence of esports in 2019. However, while only being halfway through the year 2020, it is already comprised of multiple major themes that have to be taken note of.

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The MacSplicer Podcast #84 – Everything FGC ft. Hrod and Alexein

By far one of my favorite podcasts recorded to date, I am joined by two all-around cool dudes and brothers Alexein and Hrod who are both influential members in the Luxembourgish FGC, as well as players, turned tournament organizers.

Topics on this week’s show include:

  • A look at the FGC in Luxembourg
  • Experience as fighting game tournament organizers
  • The importance of local fighting game tournaments
  • Fighting game commentary
  • Modern FGC game selection thoughts
  • Esports integration in the FGC
  • A look at the future of fighting games and their complexity
  • Listener Questions

The MacSplicer Podcast #82 – Everything FGC ft. Choysauce

A rare guest appearance on the podcast closes out the year for content creating on both the website and the YouTube channel! I appreciate my guest Choysauce for coming on and talking a bit about fighting games with me! I’ll be back in 2020 yall!

Topics on this week’s show include:

  • TopTier.gg introduction and content discussion
  • The state of journalism in the FGC
  • FGC titles on the horizon discussion
  • Fighting games and esports
  • Listener questions

The State of the FGC in 2019

The State of the FGC in 2019
Date Published: 22 May, 2019

The year 2018 in fighting games was perhaps the first time in a long while where the fighting game community’s outlook moved away from the traditional star of the show featuring a bunch of supporting roles, to it’s current outlook which better resembles an ensemble cast with a couple of big names.

However, unlike a changing of the guard, the landscape of the FGC in the year 2019 is one that is seemingly taking on both the new school approach to fighting games, yet still leaving a wide enough window for the old-school fighting game identity to fit into. Continue reading “The State of the FGC in 2019”

The MacSplicer Podcast #69 – Fighting Games and Second Chances

Short solo podcast talking a bit about perhaps giving certain fighting game franchises another opportunity to impress us, and answering some listener FGC questions.

Topics on this week’s show include:

  • Second chances in fighting games
  • StrongStyle Japan
  • Listener questions

The MacSplicer Podcast #66 – DBFZ World Tour Finals Recap and Fighting Game G.O.A.T

By far the longest solo podcast I recorded, mostly because of rambling about fighting game stuff and ranting. 

Topics on this week’s show include:

  • Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour Final Recap
  • Fighting game G.O.A.T
  • Content piracy in the FGC
  • Listener topics

The MacSplicer Podcast #61 – Harada’s New Title and Asking FGC Questions

Harada has a new title, I ask the listeners FGC questions, and ramble about some other fighting game stuff. A pretty typical episode of TMP.

Topics on this week’s show include:

  • Harada’s new esports strategy title
  • FGC project questions
  • The possible comeback of CrossCounter

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