Guest Editorial – Inviting Regulation: The Sportsification of Video Games by UltraDavid
Fighting game commentator and entertainment and video game attorney David Philip “UltraDavid” Graham has written a thought-provoking piece that... Read more
SRK Forum Spotlight: “Why You Should Attend a Tournament in 2013” by Eric “BlackShinobi” Stewart
The fighting game community is a group that was built from the ground up with face-to-face interaction, but the... Read more
“A Stage Is Worth a Thousand Words,” Gamespot’s Look at Fighting Game Arenas
Gamespot recently posted an interesting article examining fighting game stages, in particular character-specific ones. Editor Maxwell McGee talks about... Read more
BT|Viscant Details the Foundations of Being a Competitor and Becoming a Champion
Jay “Viscant” Snyder, one-quarter of Team Broken Tier and EVO 2011 Marvel vs. Capcom 3 champion, recently wrote a piece... Read more
Versus City – How To Make Fighting Games Better Part 1
Reno has just started the first of a new series of articles dealing with his ideas over at his... Read more
8WayRun’s Hate Speech – Come to the Dark Side, The Case for Competitive Play
Why is playing fighting games competitively fun? If you are a seasoned tournament pro you already know this answer, but this... Read more
Guest Editorial – “Wesker: Not Overpowered” by Renegade
  Wesker: Not Overpowered. an editorial/commentary/theory fighting by Renegade. Hi everyone, I’m Renegade, and I was a cheap ... Read more
5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Worry About Balance
Balance, or rather the lack thereof, is the most common complaint in all of fighting games. Every player of... Read more
An Observation of the Sexualization of Females in Fighters
The sexualization of female characters is considered an issue in video gaming at large, but I don’t think a... Read more
What Happened to the Diversity in Soul Calibur’s Character Creation?
In Soul Calibur III, players interested in the vanity and fun of creating their own fighters had several options.... Read more