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  1. David Sirlin, infamous for such previous masterworks as the slightly unnecessary re-balance of SSF2T:HDR, the fighting-game-themed card game Yomi, the "Playing To Win" eBook about how to approach playing fighting games if you care most about winning, and of course Chess 2, is working on a new fighting game designed with the aim of dramatically reducing the various dexterity requirements of fighting games and allowing players to focus on mind games and character diversity. It looks atrocious but also like it might end up being fun. If you were interested at all in Rising Thunder or Divekick, fo
  2. Unholy Night: The Darkness Hunter is an unexpected, new SNES game from former SNK staffers. The 2D fighter features “eight special moves for the player to master as well as super moves that makes use of a three-level meter” across Story, Versus, Survival, and Practice modes. The SNES seems to be having a bit of a new life thanks to Foxbat's Unholy Night. Debut trailer: If SNK did a Darkstalkers game. On the SNES. Twenty five years ago... Even though the Kickstarters goal wasn't reached the game still is up for pre-order on A
  3. Evo 2016 is THIS WEEKEND!! If you like sitting at home watching people in another country play children's videogames from the fighting genre, it's time to get excited!! Overview Ever has Evo been the main event in the fighting game scene's calendar, and this year excitement for SFV, funding from various publishers and a lot of Smash players promise to make it the largest fighting game event yet held - by a significant margin. Expect to see great play in games you didn't know you liked, news and hype for games current and forthcoming, and generally lots of happy faces. B
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