Welcome to the Rollback: a frame-by-frame look back at our past week’s most notable news — and our favorite SRK articles — from October 12 to October 18, 2018!
Zavian “mushin_Z” Sildra, Editor-in-Chief:
Crow_Spaceboy samples the SamSho strangeness and gives you a taste of what might be coming with the new title from SNK next year. Or, you could just go play this one, right now.
Maximilian’s hopes that MvC4 could be a new title that corrects MvC:I’s design pitfalls seems highly unlikely, but Mahvel fans can dream. An update is a lot to hope for as it is.
Anything that helps preserve the operation of these arcade classics — even if it involves some almost-literal Frankenstein-ing — is a good thing!
Glad to see that, like the case with the Monster Hunter outfits, Capcom is giving players multiple chances at some of this stuff.
I’m hoping these make it to the West as well — I haven’t spent any real time with this series since Oratorio Tangram on the Dreamcast.
Crow_Spaceboy, Assistant Editor:
Gravity Breakers continues to be one of the most exciting-looking indie fighters I have seen in a while, and a worthy heir to Psychic Force 2012.
I worry that it’s a case of “too little too late” for this game, but I’m please that the DLC is getting bundled all the same.
Punk signs with Team Reciprocity
I feel like this is the second time we’ve had to report on Punk getting suddenly dropped from a team only to immediately get picked back up…
Lethal League Blaze is looking better and better with every new trailer.
Spookiest zombie story I’ve heard all month.
Catch up on what you may have missed in our prior SRK Rollback compilations.