Capcom’s Matt Edwards catches up with K-Brad at Battle Arena Melbourne 9

By on May 17, 2017 at 2:00 pm
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One of America’s exports to last weekend’s Battle Arena Melbourne 9 is none other than Evil Geniuses’ Kenneth “K-Brad” Bradley. While he has attended the OzHadou Nationals in Sydney before, this was K-Brad’s first time flying to Melbourne to compete in BAM.

Capcom’s Matt Edwards caught up with K-Brad at the tournament, where they got a chance to discuss a few things: such as K-Brad’s loyalty to Cammy–a character that he’s been playing for over 5 years now, since Street Fighter IV. While Edwards makes a joke about liking her British accent, K-Brad admits that that is part of the appeal, on top of his familiarity with her. That said, he also talks about his side characters, such as Karin, who he started playing with the help of his former teammate, Echo Fox|Justin Wong.

In addition to this, they also discuss the current view that the United States is currently dominant in Street Fighter V. According to K-Brad, he feels that this is because the game is very offense-focused and that the American players in particular tend to prefer playing very aggressively.

Of course, that isn’t all that they talk about. Hit the interview up below for the rest, including which player and character combination K-Brad fears the most.

Source: Capcom Fighters

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