The MacSplicer Podcast #43 – Tekken 7 Season 2, Arc System Works’ Circuit and Future Games

I’m back from moving apartments and getting over a summer flu and with a month gone, I figured why not recap everything I have missed within the FGC and the fighting game landscape.

Topics on this week’s show include:

  • Arc Revolution Cup World Tour
  • Arc System Works’ future direction
  • Tekken 7 Season 2
  • SFV:AE‘s Sagat and G
  • Future plans

What Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition Means to the FGC

What Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition Means to the FGC
Date Published: 14 December, 2017

As we near the end of 2017, it is without a doubt that we know the current state of Capcom’s Street Fighter V. The latest iteration of the beloved fighting game franchise had a rocky launch, and seemingly has failed to shake off the cobwebs ever since.

However, despite making multiple mistakes with regards to communication with its dedicated audience, bizarre consumer content decisions, and countless of PR mishaps, Capcom is potentially facing a crucial turning point that could change both the current culture of the Fighting Game Community (FGC), as well as set a precedent for the future. Continue reading “What Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition Means to the FGC”

Top 5 Most Satisfying Fighting Game Moves

Top 5 Most Satisfying Fighting Game Moves
Date Published:
July 6, 2017

Every fighting game player has their favorite characters, some are picked because of their exterior appearance, some are chosen because of their place on the tier list, and some are selected with playstyle and comfortability in mind. 

Within the journey of improving with a character, players tend to hone in on certain moves and commands that are either considered advantageous, rewarding, or some that are just too fun to pass up on landing, even if they pose a risk. Therefore, after compiling all of those attributes together, I came up with my top five go-to fighting game moves.
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