Super Street Fighter 4 AE Ver. 2012 Gets December 13th Release Date

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  • GTariqGTariq Posts: 1,455 ✭✭✭✭
    I can't believe I didn't add this one...

    Juicebox......Completely decimated by Justin in 2012 Grand Finals. JuiceBox was stoned for at least 3 minutes in his seat and it looked he was shaking in disbelief at his performance. Next thing you know he sat in the corner by himself for 10-15 minutes while Marvel top 16 was going.
  • vagrant-718vagrant-718 Posts: 2,166 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I was wondering what happened w/ juicebox...dude didnt even put up a decent grand final
  • Bcotton5Bcotton5 Posts: 40,629 ✭✭✭✭✭
    GTariq wrote:
    Man....Where do I start?

    -Playing ST Friday against Krone for about 10-15 matches (Ryu vs. Fei) and him getting mad cause I would lame out when I had the life lead. LOL
    -Krone really getting into ST bashing the cab buttons almost breaking the cab trying to Rekka and get out of throws. Hilarious getting frustrated playing Arturo.
    -DJ Houshen X-factor and playing KOF tipsy against Banana Ken.
    -Another pop off by Smooth Viper when he beat Noel Brown to take pools (for those who remembers their incident)
    -Having another terrible showing personally
    -Getting two matches on stream (MK and KOF) MK was bad, KOF was decent.
    -Jagerbombs and Fireballs in Big E's penthouse with Justin Wong fucking with the lights.
    -Bloot! Bloot! BLOOOT!!!
    -Yipes knocked the fuck out on the floor Sunday morning. Not sure if he was tired or sick.
    -Krone top 16 match on stream but everyone in the room was watching Justin-Jiron (EMP Jiro) off stream. Jiron took it to match point.
    -Smooth Viper single-handed beating DMV only to get destroyed in less than 3 minutes total in his next matches. Damn we fail.
    -Justin playing scared against the Haggar player on stream. When was the last time we saw that!?
    -The Smooth Viper-DJ ending....Man...We was salty!
    -Chris G losing two majors in a row in the same fashion. Had it in his hands again. Good shit to Justin for his adjustments from the earlier match.

    OVERALL...WinterBrawl was hot shit!


    ROFLMAO! They was talking about getting too fucked up saturday night on stream, I just remember Megaman Steve saying "Yipes is in the back on the floor somewhere" LMAO
  • GTariqGTariq Posts: 1,455 ✭✭✭✭
    GTariq wrote:
    Man....Where do I start?

    -Playing ST Friday against Krone for about 10-15 matches (Ryu vs. Fei) and him getting mad cause I would lame out when I had the life lead. LOL
    -Krone really getting into ST bashing the cab buttons almost breaking the cab trying to Rekka and get out of throws. Hilarious getting frustrated playing Arturo.
    -DJ Houshen X-factor and playing KOF tipsy against Banana Ken.
    -Another pop off by Smooth Viper when he beat Noel Brown to take pools (for those who remembers their incident)
    -Having another terrible showing personally
    -Getting two matches on stream (MK and KOF) MK was bad, KOF was decent.
    -Jagerbombs and Fireballs in Big E's penthouse with Justin Wong fucking with the lights.
    -Bloot! Bloot! BLOOOT!!!
    -Yipes knocked the fuck out on the floor Sunday morning. Not sure if he was tired or sick.
    -Krone top 16 match on stream but everyone in the room was watching Justin-Jiron (EMP Jiro) off stream. Jiron took it to match point.
    -Smooth Viper single-handed beating DMV only to get destroyed in less than 3 minutes total in his next matches. Damn we fail.
    -Justin playing scared against the Haggar player on stream. When was the last time we saw that!?
    -The Smooth Viper-DJ ending....Man...We was salty!
    -Chris G losing two majors in a row in the same fashion. Had it in his hands again. Good shit to Justin for his adjustments from the earlier match.

    OVERALL...WinterBrawl was hot shit!


    ROFLMAO! They was talking about getting too fucked up saturday night on stream, I just remember Megaman Steve saying "Yipes is in the back on the floor somewhere" LMAO

    Yeah he and his girl came up to Big E's suite and took some shots.
  • Bcotton5Bcotton5 Posts: 40,629 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Capcom details plans for 25th anniversary of Street Fighter - $500,000 in tournament support

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    Posted by Catalyst on Feb. 21, 2012 at 10:34 a.m.
    Capcom details plans for 25th anniversary of Street Fighter - $500,000 in tournament support Capcom is planning on offering $500,000 in tournament support funds in honor of Street Fighter's 25th anniversary. This is one of several new details shared on Capcom-Europe's website about what will take place this year.

    Today we’re revealing exciting long term plans and activities for the Street Fighter franchise, including the upcoming Street Fighter X Tekken. 2012, the Year of the Dragon, marks a major milestone for one of the premier video game franchises of all time. As a way of celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Street Fighter, we plan to give back to our loyal fan base by hosting numerous international tournaments honoring the series. Additionally, we will be releasing Street Fighter X Tekken which features action-packed long-term DLC support, new characters on the PS Vita and even an upcoming fighting competition reality show!

    Street Fighter X Tekken, robust DLC plans

    Releasing soon on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 Street Fighter X Tekken is the newest addition to the Street Fighter family and will rely heavily on player feedback as a way to enhance and evolve the experience. Exciting new features and additions will be consistently introduced, allowing fans of the game to tap into a wide variety of robust Downloadable Content (DLC) options that will breathe new life into the product. The retail version of Street Fighter X Tekken will be the only disc-based version consumers will need to own and all future upgrades will come from post-launch DLC.

    $500,000 in tournament money, streamlined gem selection

    In celebration of the 25th Anniversary of Street Fighter and the upcoming new product launch, Capcom is in the process of organizing a series of tournaments throughout the year in locations across the globe, providing cash and prizes totaling over $500,000. These high-stakes tournaments feature the upcoming Street Fighter X Tekken game, in addition to previous titles from the highly-acclaimed Street Fighter catalogue. More details on the specific territories and tournament structure will be coming soon. [Note: The grand finals will take place in December 2012.]

    In order to provide the most intense fighting experience possible, the Street Fighter X Tekken development team is working closely with the tournament community and organizers to offer a post-launch game update that will help streamline the Gem selection process for competitive players. A customized gameplay experience is at the heart of the new game, and the innovative Gem system adds an extra level of depth and provides a pioneering way to experience fighting games.

    12 new characters in SFxT on PlayStation Vita

    Also joining in on the 25th Anniversary festivities, 12 new fan-favorite Street Fighter X Tekken characters have been selected to be introduced in the PS Vita system version of the game when it releases later this year. Fighting their way into the handheld world of Street Fighter X Tekken, from the Street Fighter side… Blanka, Cody, Dudley, Elena, Guy and Sakura will be playable and from Tekken…, Alisa Bosconovitch, Bryan Fury, Christie Monteiro, Jack, Lars Alexandersson and Lei Wulong will all make their debut on the PS Vita system.

    Cross Assault reality show

    Additionally, Capcom is excited to be collaborating with iPlayWinner and Team Sp00ky to deliver the first ever fighting-game-centered internet reality show, completely LIVE. “Cross Assault” begins airing on February 22, 2012 and will feature 10 players (split between Team Street Fighter and Team Tekken) who compete for pride, fame and a grand prize of $25,000. Competing on Capcom’s next premier fighting game, Street Fighter X Tekken, players will receive strategic advice from the coaches and must work together as a team to find the most effective strategies to win team challenges, or risk elimination. Capcom is working closely with IGN to bring this innovative fighting game experience to fans everywhere. Tune in to www.ign.com/crossassault/ and… FIGHT!

    Street Fighter X Tekken launches in North America on March 6, 2012 and March 9, 2012 in Europe. A PC version of Street Fighter X Tekken is due for release on May 11, 2012 and the PS Vita system version is slated for this autumn. More details on the PC and PS Vita system versions will be announced in the near future.
  • Bcotton5Bcotton5 Posts: 40,629 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited February 2012
    New Daigo replays got uploaded, these things are rare since you wont see him in ranked and he plays in arcades only these days



  • Bcotton5Bcotton5 Posts: 40,629 ✭✭✭✭✭
    New Excellent Adventures Asia of Zhi and Xian

    Cross Counter Asia Adventures ep. 6 - "Buddha Like"

  • imm0rt4limm0rt4l Posts: 683 ✭✭✭
    Even when Zhi and Xian are at their worst, they simply play better than mike and gootecks, more variety in characters that they're actually proficient in, much more fun to watch froma technical perspective. plus they don't play blanka so that's always a plus. Playing an effective blanka online aint impressive Mike, playing blanka period isn't even fun to watch, such an obnoxious character. /rant.
  • imm0rt4limm0rt4l Posts: 683 ✭✭✭
  • Bcotton5Bcotton5 Posts: 40,629 ✭✭✭✭✭
    lol man these Topanga League videos are like crack, I hope to God someone who bought the whole season PPV can get a torrent of the dvd or something for the whole community
  • Bcotton5Bcotton5 Posts: 40,629 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Some LG Cup footage Mike Ross vs Infiltration Gouken lol @ Mike Ross



    & Daigo vs Kim Legend and Poongko vs Fuudo







    Daigo cell phone match lol

  • Bcotton5Bcotton5 Posts: 40,629 ✭✭✭✭✭
  • imm0rt4limm0rt4l Posts: 683 ✭✭✭
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    SRK's work in progress tierlist. Needs work, Chun Li being top 5? Come on son.
  • Bcotton5Bcotton5 Posts: 40,629 ✭✭✭✭✭
    lol Im not sure how accurate any tier list in this game is gonna be , I honestly think theres 2 S Tier characters in Seth and Viper and theres a large portion of the cast that are gonna be in A/high B+ tier
  • Bcotton5Bcotton5 Posts: 40,629 ✭✭✭✭✭
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    New exclusives from BlackVegetas youtube channel

    Daigo Umehara (Akuma) vs osugi bent (Cammy)


  • Bcotton5Bcotton5 Posts: 40,629 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Uryo Sakura vs Kazunoko Seth from Topanga League watch it before it gets taken down


  • Bcotton5Bcotton5 Posts: 40,629 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited March 2012
    2 majors going on this weekend

    • Atlanta, Georgia: Final Round XV, March 2 - 4. Team Spooky will handle the main stream for one of the biggest tournaments of the year. EG|Justin Wong, MRN|WolfKrone, coL.cc|Combofiend, EG|Ricky Ortiz, PR Balrog, coL.cc|Mike Ross, DMG|Juicebox Abel, LU|Alex Valle, EG|fLoE, BT|Clockw0rk, BT|IFC Yipes, BT|Dieminion, coL.cc|Filipino Champ, MRN|Marn and many others will be in attendance. This should be an extremely awesome event. The Cross Assault grand finals will also play out here, you should definitely tune in this weekend.

    http://www.twitch.tv/teamsp00ky


    • Japan: SSF4 AE v2012 Official National Tournament, March 2 - 3. Live streams on Nico Video and uStream. 1 a.m. PST start time on Friday, 8 p.m. PST start time on Saturday.
    http://live.nicovideo.jp/watch/lv82613945

    The Japan SSF4 Nationals stream is here, might have to use google translate, just stroll down

  • Bcotton5Bcotton5 Posts: 40,629 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Daigo Umehara (Akuma) vs Teranoob (Fei), TendedPompano6 (Chun) AE2K12



  • Bcotton5Bcotton5 Posts: 40,629 ✭✭✭✭✭
    http://live.nicovideo.jp/watch/lv82613945


    http://www.niconico.com/ has English stream and video archive




    Nico video is streaming the Japanese 3v3 national Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition v2012 tournament, which is officially being ran by Capcom.

    Many of Japan's best players are in attendance and you can check out the live stream by clicking the link above. Note: You need a Nico Video account to watch this stream.

    Cross Counter's Zhi is providing a lot of updates on Twitter, so make sure you follow him for the latest. You can check out a listing of teams by hitting the jump.
    MCZ|Daigo (Ryu), MCZ|Mago (Fei Long), MCZ|Tokido (Akuma)
    Fuudo (Fei Long), Itabashi Zangief (Zangief), Dashio (Seth)
    TH|PoongKO (Seth), TWF|GamerBee (Adon), WW|Ryan Hart (?)
    Banbaban (Cammy), a.k.a.jojo (M. Bison), Y24 (Chun Li)
    Naruo (Ryu), Haneyama (Juri), Shinochan (Oni)
    Uryo (Sakura), -6- (Akuma), Wao (Oni)

    YHC Mochi (Dhalsim), Ajipon (Rufus), Taigi (Oni)
    T-SRAI (Blanka), Vegeta (Gouken), Bon/Playerjun52 (Ken)
    Akua (Cammy), Fransujin (Cody), Tsukami (Juri)
    Kuroken (Dudley), Y. (Cammy), Kawaguchi (Rose)
    Inco (Rufus), Keshikaran (Rose), Waike (Juri)
    Lariken (Sagat), Jinetta (M. Bison), Tsuna (Juri)

    Pantyjohns (Zangief), Asutabi (Cammy), Muki (Adon)
    EX Mamehara (Adon), Gachimottsun (Sagat), MDR (Rufus)
    Kekkonyama (Rufus), Sendaime Ryou-san (Yang), Soy Master (Sagat)
    Jeppa (Rufus), Chiba (Akuma), Adlibouji (Cody)
    Chichi Monda (M. Bison), Gacha Boy (Adon), ☆Shin☆ (Juri)

    Karichin (Adon), Yossan (Juri), FU★K YUN (Yun)
    KOK (Evil Ryu), Pie (Sagat), Juso (Sakura)
    Akimo (E. Honda), Nekojita (Abel), NISHIKIN (Blanka)
    Reiketsu (Vega), Anton (Gouken), Toncotsu (Ibuki)
    -R- (Balrog), Kichijyoji Ken (Ken), Ukifune (Cody)
    Shin★Chan (Balrog), Mohamed (M. Bison), Banuno (Akuma)

    Kyabetsu (C. Viper), RF (Sagat), Kindevu (Cammy)
    Hishou (Seth), Kouji KOG (T. Hawk), Meu (Makoto)
    Dogura (M. Bison), Haitani (Makoto), Eita (Akuma)
    Kazunoko (Seth), Bonchan (Sagat), Nemo (Yang)
    Dashimaki (C. Viper), Kamata San (Sakura), Nen (Rufus)
    Shiro (Makoto), Hanamaruki (Sagat), Shungoku Neurosis (M. Bison)
  • Bcotton5Bcotton5 Posts: 40,629 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited March 2012
    MDR's team won the whole thing
    2 majors going on this weekend

    • Atlanta, Georgia: Final Round XV, March 2 - 4. Team Spooky will handle the main stream for one of the biggest tournaments of the year. EG|Justin Wong, MRN|WolfKrone, coL.cc|Combofiend, EG|Ricky Ortiz, PR Balrog, coL.cc|Mike Ross, DMG|Juicebox Abel, LU|Alex Valle, EG|fLoE, BT|Clockw0rk, BT|IFC Yipes, BT|Dieminion, coL.cc|Filipino Champ, MRN|Marn and many others will be in attendance. This should be an extremely awesome event. The Cross Assault grand finals will also play out here, you should definitely tune in this weekend.

    http://www.twitch.tv/teamsp00ky


    • Japan: SSF4 AE v2012 Official National Tournament, March 2 - 3. Live streams on Nico Video and uStream. 1 a.m. PST start time on Friday, 8 p.m. PST start time on Saturday.
    http://live.nicovideo.jp/watch/lv82613945

    The Japan SSF4 Nationals stream is here, might have to use google translate, just stroll down



    MDR's team won the whole thing,

    Justin Wong won Final Round 3rd Strike, SSF4AE 2012 pools on now @ Final Round
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