Today, Iron Galaxy Studios sent out a press release that reveals them to be the mysterious publishers behind Divekick, the indie fighting title developed by our very own Keits and his One True Game Studios team. Their game made quite a splash at its UFGT8 debut and the subsequent location tests at CEO 2012 and [...]more.
Divekick Heading to PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, and PC with GGPO Support This Spring, Iron Galaxy Studios PublishingPosted by iantothemax on January 22, 2013 under Featured, News
Posted by iantothemax on May 27, 2012 under Tournaments, Videos
Late last night, Arturo Sanchez wrapped up the spring edition of King of GGPO, running the third round as well as the grand finals of the Super Street Fighter II Turbo tournament. As always, these events featured some fantastic, high-level ST action between a few of the game’s strongest competitors, culminating in an intense three-way [...]more.
Posted by iantothemax on May 20, 2012 under Tournaments, Videos
Arturo Sanchez recently sent us the archived footage and final results from round two of the King of GGPO Spring Edition Super Turbo tournament. As with first round of this season’s event, a ton of great ST players came together to secure their spot in the intense three-way round robin finals later this month, so [...]more.
Posted by iantothemax on May 2, 2012 under Interviews, Tournaments
While attending Major League Gaming’s Spring Fighter Arena this past weekend, Slasher was able to sit down with Keev, Hawkeye, and vVv|CDjr to discuss their thoughts on the tournament. Though Keev eventually lost to Hawkeye in the Grand Finals, his interview was conducted before the semi-finals phase and thus shows a ton of confidence in [...]more.
Team Mad Catz, Team International Automatically Qualified for Capcom’s SSFIV: AE Ver. 2012 Spring National TournamentPosted by iantothemax on January 26, 2012 under News, Tournaments
Capcom recently announced that two teams have been officially invited to participate in their Spring National Tournament for Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition ver. 2012. Team Mad Catz, consisting of Daigo, Mago, and Tokido, and an international team comprised of Gamerbee, Poongko, and Ryan Hart, will automatically be entered into the 32 team bracket [...]more.