Wolverine-Master recently hosted a private lobby for Marvel Super Heroes in Marvel vs. Capcom Origins, and he created this video to show some of the high points of the lobby. There are still plenty of hype moments, including infinites, game winning reset loops, and lots of interesting usage of the infinity gems. Players featured include Romneto, [...]more.
Posted by MyLifeIsAnRPG on October 17, 2012 under Videos
Marvel vs. Capcom Origins – Marvel vs. Capcom Netcode Test, Online Lobby Footage Featuring Arturo Sanchez and EG|Justin WongPosted by iantothemax on October 6, 2012 under Videos
Arturo Sanchez recently streamed an hour-long session of Marvel vs. Capcom between himself, Justin Wong of Evil Geniuses, and another player by the name of SpirantGuitar8. While this footage provides a great look at the classic fighter in the hands of some high-level talent, it also served as a test of the netcode implemented in [...]more.
Persona 4 Arena – East Coast Online Lobby Footage Featuring SKD, Lord Knight, TSB|Mr. Biscuits, Kid Viper, TS|Nerd Josh, and TS|SabinPosted by iantothemax on August 23, 2012 under Videos
Arturo Sanchez recently sent over a batch of Persona 4 Arena replays from his personal stream that showcases a variety of matches between himself, SKD (xMahouShoujo), Lord Knight (FE4-PLAYER), TSB|Mr. Biscuits (Mr_Biscuits), Kid Viper (not_kidviper), and TS|Nerd Josh (nerdoyoshua). While the game is still fairly young here in the United States, this footage offers a [...]more.
Posted by iantothemax on April 8, 2012 under Videos
During a recenty TOPANGA TV broadcast, Tokido hopped online to run through some Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 matches in a lobby with the show’s viewers. He runs a strong team of Magneto, Doctor Doom, and Phoenix, showing off his recent training and dedication to the game. He even offers a look at his superior [...]more.
Posted by iantothemax on December 30, 2011 under Videos
Ov3rheadGreg uploaded a decent chunk of footage from Eita’s stream today, showcasing a variety of matches between his Akuma, Uryo’s Sakura, and Sasaki’s Cody. At just under an hour, this video offers a great look at some of Japan’s best players.more.