I Need to Pay More Attention to Granblue Fantasy Versus

For the past few weeks, I’ve seen the name Granblue Fantasy Versus floating around the fighting game community websites I frequent. However, I didn’t really bother investigating until recently, as there’s a beta for the game happing right now. And oh my goodness, I should have had this game on my radar sooner.

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Hard Corps: Uprising Live Stream

My brother came over and we played this spiritual success to Contra! Hard Corps: Uprising is crazy!

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Thoughts on Android 18 in Dragon Ball FighterZ

Originally created to kill Goku, Android 18 has since joined the Z fighters and married Krillin. In Dragon Ball FighterZ, she fights alongside of her twin brother Android 17 and they attempt to stop the evil Android 21.

She plays with an unorthodox style that can be difficult to grasp. In particular, her combo potential appears to be very limited due to the way her special moves work. However, extended combos aren’t really the focal point of her game plan. Instead, she has the tools to smother her foes with a seemingly inescapable barrage of pressure.

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Out Now: Dragon Ball FighterZ

There are no shortage of Dragon Ball fighting games on the market. However, none of them look as close to the source material as this, and none have been backed by a developer as renown for fighting gams as Arc System Works.

Dragon Ball FighterZ has been stunning viewers since it debuted at E3 2017 off the strength of its anime-like visuals and team-based gameplay. With Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite having stumbled out of the gate, combined with the buzz surrounding this game, it has the opportunity to really establish its footing in the genre as a force to be reckoned with. With the game out now, we don’t have to wait to see if it’ll kamehameha the competition!

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Check Out My Persona 4 Arena Review on Splitkick.com

Arc System Works, and Atlus are poised to take the fighting game community by storm with their fighting game spin-off of the Shin Megami Tensei: Persona franchise. Persona 4 Arena has already built up a ton of buzz in the community, and it would  not surprise me in the least to see this game become a tournament staple over the next few months.

As someone who has 0 interest in the RPG, and as someone who has a history of sucking at Arc System Works’ previous fighting game efforts, I approached Persona 4 Arena with a bit of caution. Having just reviewed it for Splitkick, it’s good to know first-hand that my concerns did not come to fruition. If you want to read my full review for it, head over to Splitkick and check it out now!

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Out Now: Persona 4 Arena


Over the past few months, Persona 4 Arena has been building a lot of buzz in the hardcore fighting game community. Created by the same team that brought us Guilty Gear and BlazBlue, the early word-on-the-street has been very positive. I have no prior experience with the Persona franchise, but I’m always interested in trying out a good fighting game.

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