Though they’ve certainly had some successes, Capcom’s record when it comes to recent character reveals and roster presentations has been spotty at best. Competitors like Super Smash Bros. and Tekken have been hitting home runs left and right, so what needs to happen for the Street Fighter developers to get back on track?
In episode four of the EventHubs podcast we take a look at why Street Fighter 5 draws out so many extreme emotions from its players, both good and bad. As a game meant to be played more in the mental realm than many others, we look to the examples of up and comers Punk and MenaRD as they struggle to establish a sound mental approach in their already successful journies as pros. Then we examine how Tokido’s use of meditation and healthy life habits have given him a competitive...
Catalyst and Velociraptor examine the Street Fighter 5 community’s tendencies to often write off characters too quickly, discuss Sonic Fox’s monumental Dragon Ball FighterZ win over Go1 at Combo Breaker and take a closer look at how the FGC is being viewed as it moves further into view of the general public.
The first episode of the EventHubs podcast. Catalyst and Velociraptor discuss new developments in the Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite world that may indicate a potential revival for the game. They also dialogue about Street Fighter 5’s Season 3.5 balance and the recent claims that the game is too top heavy. Finally they take a look at potential Capcom reveals at E3 2018.