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Posted on Aug 29th 2020 at 08:00:00 AM by (Crabmaster2000)
Posted under Collectorcast, Fighting Games



Collectorcast Episode 57: Kelsy vs Chris: Clash of Heroes

Chris and Kelsy have a casual conversation about why we love fighting games and what our favorite games in the genre are.

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Posted on Mar 2nd 2020 at 12:00:00 AM by (Crabmaster2000)
Posted under Modern Gaming, Fighting Games



Modern gaming has many advantages and disadvantages depending on your outlook. Many of the things that I don't care for in the modern arena are tied closely to things that really don't interest me all that much anyway so I don't fret too much about them. I'm not a big indie guy so the fact that most indie games are digital only doesn't typically bother me. I can play Dark Souls from start to finish without messing around with the online mutliplayer aspects which don't excite me. Since I don't have a particular fondness for MMO style games persistent online worlds and the joys that accompany them are a non-issue for me.

There is one particular genre that I love and have grown up with my whole life that I no longer play these days. The advances of modern gaming have pushed me completely out of Fighting games and I didn't realize until recently how sad that makes me.


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Posted on Feb 27th 2009 at 08:00:00 AM by (Wolfman Walt)
Posted under Week Old Reviews, Street Fighter, Capcom, Fighting Games, Wolfman Walt, week old, Street Fighting Man

Unless you've had your head in the closet for the past 25 years, you've atleast heard of Street Fighter. You know, that game with men who are fighting. In the streets. And occassionally indoors when circumstances permit.  However, incase you've been locked inside a bunker with Brendan Frasier waiting the apocalypse for the last quarter century, clutching your copy of Red Dawn as if it were some sort of survival guide for the Commie infested future let me sum up the gameplay of a fighting game - you punch and kick guys who are trying to punch and kick you until someone falls over, twice. Believe it or not, this formula hasn't really changed at all since then, and with good reason. It's fun. If I could make punching people my occupation, I'd give up my life of excess over at Gamestop with gusto and spend all my money on lotto tickets and cocaine for the rest of my existance.


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