The MacSplicer Podcast #96 – Everything FGC ft. HellPockets

I managed to not go on a no-guest streak! SNK connoisseur, and FGC commentator—HellPockets joins the show to talk about some of his fighting game upbringing, thoughts on The King of Fighters community, and much more!

Topics on this week’s show include:

  • FGC background
  • Transitioning to rollback netcode in fighting games
  • Commentary in fighting games
  • The King of Fighters community global presence
  • KOF XV prospecting
  • The FGC’s current state of affairs
  • Listener questions

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 #31 – Dragon Ball FighterZ and EVO 2018’s Lineup

Coming off a slow content creating stretch, I figured I should at least address a little bit of the FGC news that happened last week.

Topics on this week’s show include:

  • Tekken 7‘s StrongStyle 6 Tournament
  • EVO 2018’s fighting game lineup
  • Dragon Ball FighterZ‘s impact on the FGC

The Fighting Game Divide

The Fighting Game Divide
Date Published: September 18, 2017

Despite not having a long history to note from, the Fighting Game Community (FGC) has been a part of many interesting storylines. The latest, is how the negative reception of a singular game, sparked a positive reception to multiple games.

The use of the word community is often meant as a general term for a group of people who share some common interest in an idea, however, it is rarely the case when all of a community’s principles are in fact an accurate reflection on all of its members, which is the situation the FGC has dealt with practically since its inception. Continue reading “The Fighting Game Divide”

The State of the FGC in 2017

The State of the FGC in 2017
Date Published: 
May 22, 2017

The Fighting Game Community (FGC) has experienced quite the change as of recent years, with 2015 perhaps having some of the most memorable moments in the competitive landscape, and 2016 elevating the exposure of fighting games primarily due to increased marketing and financial support from Sony and Capcom in regards to the release of Street Fighter V.

While we’re only at the midpoint of the year, how things play out in the second half of 2017, could very well be a tell on what the future holds for the FGC. Therefore, it would be a good time to take a closer look at the fighting games that headline the FGC in 2017, and how they impact the landscape, be it for better or for worse. Continue reading “The State of the FGC in 2017”

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