Categorizing this under “Things you never knew you wanted but desperately need,” HiFight developed a new platform to enjoy fighting game media. It’s a gold mine of GIFs; everything from goofy Street Fighter V matches, Evo moment 37, to the many iconic moments from streams.
At first I was going to make browsable gifs page, but after I tested randomize gif on the front page, I decided to make everything random because it is much more fun this way pic.twitter.com/qeIiedAmqQ
— HiFight(ハイファイト) (@HiFightTH) May 18, 2018
HiFight’s website organizes his extensive clip and Twitter library into a few sections. The front page shows a random GIF and their Twitter stream. The “Players” tab is a small library of world’s top SFV players like PG|Infiltration, Echo Fox|Tokido, and Hx.Twitch.CYG BST|Daigo Umehara. Clicking the “GIFs” section goes to display just GIFs. Unfortunately, it doesn’t appear that there’s a way to share them from the site.
— HiFight(ハイファイト) (@HiFightTH) May 17, 2018
I’ve relived the “Daigo Dance,” a hilarious moment in SoulCalibur VI where a Kilik player rings himself out, and Ogawa’s divine pressure on Machabo in Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2. Check out HiFight’s GitHub website and their Twitter account for plenty of hilarious and memorable FGC GIFs.