Welcome to the Rollback: a frame-by-frame look back at our past week’s most notable news–and our favorite SRK articles–from March 10 to March 16, 2017!
Zavian “mushin_Z” Sildra, Editor-in-Chief:
Another year, another Capcom Pro Tour–and this one kicked off with an amazing showing by RZR|Xian’s new Ibuki, not to mention many other hype moments worth checking out if you missed them live.
As a child of the ’80s, I can’t help but love these ‘bots–and while this game looks like it may be a promising mobile diversion, I find myself wishing we could have a meatier console version of this, instead…
After what seemed like ages of ambiguity, Capcom dropped their plans for the next round of balance changes–once Final Round 20 was out of the way. As usual, it’s open to debate how beneficial these are to Street Fighter V’s overall game–but hopefully it works out well enough to not shake this up any more, any time soon.
Sam “Trilby” Foxall, Assistant Editor:
The competition is heating up in Japan, as the release of its latest Smash 4 power rankings have shuffled around many of its top players. Let’s hope we’ll see many of these rivalries come to the fore at Evo Japan!
Last weekend saw the world’s best KI players battling it out in San Antonio, Texas, and it was one hell of an event. With tons of character variety and back to back close sets, you’ll definitely want to catch up if you missed out on watching it live.
Continuing our series of interviews with TOs involved in this year’s Proving Grounds circuit, our very own Zidiane talks to Clinton Bui about Vancouver’s fighting game scenes, as well as its chances of winning the whole event.
Keegan “Interrobang!?” Spindler, Features Editor:
I love new and exciting tech, and the Smash Box is shaking up a market that has been dominated by just a single type of controller for more than fifteen years. It’s fascinating to see how they are bringing Smash to life in a whole different way.
Tekken 7 is finally in the run up to home release and, apparently in celebration of that fact, the level of play at Final Round 20 was astonishingly high. It was a terrific tournament, well worth a watch.
Although it can seem a bit silly, taking care of your hands is vitally important–even when you’re not winning national events. It’s easy to tell yourself you’re overreacting, but the least you can do are these stretches.
At long last, world warriors can make their travel plans to head over to the very first Evo overseas, set to take place next January in Tokyo. Additionally, watch out for the [sài] open tournament taking place at the same venue later this year.
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