mynus

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  1. Handling European publishing will be PQube; the same group who handled Blazblue: Chrono Phantasma's Europe release, and the news cannot be more sweet for European fans of the series. Initially reported by Rice Digital; Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator will feature 6 new characters (2 left to be revealed), and many eyes are looking to series favorite Dizzy and antagonist Raven to make their playable debut. The title update will also offer the new "Stylish" mode control scheme - garnered towards beginner players with simplified controls; as well as significantly upgraded graphics, a revamped online lobby system, as well as an updated continuing story mode. There are tons of high level of Japanese Arcade matches available on various online media platforms, so in the interim until consumer release, be sure to check out our English and Japanese databases to view the action before it drops for the home market. Guilty Gear Xrd: Revelator will be available as a cross-platform play for both the PS3 and PS4 systems. Also, be sure to check out the absolutely stunning hi-res visuals for the upcoming game below in the picture gallery.
  2. Henry Cen, co-owner of Next Level Arcade in Brooklyn, NY, has been garnering community interest in the past month to whether or not to include Guilty Gear Xrd -Sign- in the weekly lineup of Battle Circuit. Luckily, the time has come for GGXrd to make its Battle Circuit debut. This is not the first time that Anime/Airdash fighters have been featured alongside the staple Ultra Street Fighter IV at the tournament, as titles such as UNIEL, Persona 4 Arena, KOFXIII, Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3, MKX, and Killer Instinct have also graced the tourney halls in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Expect players such as TSB|mynus, TS|NerdJosh, Lost Soul, Liston the Prince, PsychoDM, Blazeu25, Tinshi, Hard Bread, TS|XAQshinor, and other NYC competitors to make a showing to the kickoff. Hopefully GGXrd can keep up respectable entry numbers to make it a regular at the weekly tournament moving forward, so be sure to come out and lend your support of Guilty Gear Xrd! As always, Next Level Battle Circuit is streamed by Team Spooky and/or Arturo Sanchez (TS|Sabin).
  3. Alongside special consultant Ruu - Japanese GG legend and recent ambassador to the US regarding American Guilty Gear exposure in Japan, the series begins by starting at the most basic principle which is consistent across all games in the genre: Space Control. Also present is more of an interactive approach in which the watcher is encouraged to participate actively in the process by practicing alongside the video immediately after watching, and also to research high-level match videos and look specifically for the concept in which the video described at length. Reaching beginner and low-intermediate players has been largely relegated to tutorial videos, and/or short overviews, so this fresh approach of interactive research and application could breathe some fresh new life into the strategy of attracting and keeping new players interested, and helping them to bridge the gap as fast as possible without overlooking fundamental concepts and principles which are essential at all levels of gameplay. Finally, in an effort to reach as many players around the world as possible, the episode has been subtitled in French, as well as Japanese. You can toggle the subtitled transcripts from the YouTube options at the bottom-right of the video. Check out the first episode of the series below:
  4. Thanks for the update on the Player's Guild site.
  5. As was explained by Daisuke Ishitawari & Pachi during the stream, the voting process will occur in-game, requiring a player to defeat arcade mode - in which turn they can then vote for their favorite character to appear in the next round of reveals. Characters which are eligible include every fan favorite that was present in Xrd's predecessor: Guilty Gear Accent Core +R. As some characters which are noticeably absent from Xrd were extremely popular among the Guilty Gear fan base (ie. Bridget/Dizzy), those whose transition to the Xrd gameplay mechanics would no doubt make for an interesting inclusion (ie. Zappa/Robo-Ky), as well as create potential time/story paradoxes in the Xrd lore (ie. Kliff/Justice/HOS) - this makes the stakes incredibly high. Players can view which characters are current in the voting polls by visiting the official Guilty Gear Xrd Players Guild. At this time, it is not known if non-AC+R characters (ie. Raven/GG2 chars) will be included in the voting process or not, nor how long exactly the voting will be open/run for. Stay tuned to Dustloop.com for updates and information regarding this process as it becomes available.
  6. Summer Jam 9 - Essington PA

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    Summer Jam 9 is back on August 28th - 30th 2015 with another huge gaming lineup from the folks over at Big E Gaming. Head over to the site to get registered. Link to tournament details here.
  7. In case you were slacking and need to know, the venue hotel is completely booked! However, there is still available space at the Wyndam Hotel and Red Roof Inn across the street. As is to be expected from a Big E tournament, Anime games are in full effect for the Main Lineup! SPONSORS: Team Sp00ky Eight Arc Aksys Games Atlus Dynamic Custom Beadworks MAIN TOURNAMENTS ($10 ENTRY FEE PER GAME): Ultra Street Fighter 4 Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 Guilty Gear Xrd Persona 4 Ultimax 2 Blazblue Chronophantasma Under Night In-Birth EXE: Late Super Smash Bros. Wii U – $1000 Pot Bonus! Super Smash Bros. Melee – $1000 Pot Bonus! Dead or Alive 5: Last Round Street Fighter 3: Third Strike Killer Instinct Pokemon OR/AS SIDE TOURNAMENTS: Injustice Mortal Kombat 9 Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Soul Calibur 5 Splatoon Skullgirls King of Fighters 13 RULES: Check the main navigation bar for rules regarding your specific game. *CRONUS converters are banned* FEES: Pre-register online to save yourself money and the hassle of waiting in line before the tournament! Go to http://bigegaming.com/pre-registration to pre-register! Emergency On-site Registration Fee – $60 (Does not guarantee you seeding by location or otherwise!) Spectator Fee – $20 SCHEDULE: TBA STREAMS: TBA CONTACT: Eric “Big E” Small 267-231-8996 Eric2necphilly@yahoo.com More Big E Gaming: http://twitter.com/BigEGaming http://bigegaming.com/ http://bigegaming.challonge.com/
  8. For those who don't know, Machabou is the #2 ranked Evil Ryu in USFIV in Japan. Hence why he is not considered a GG specialist and is on the Pro-Gamer team. And yes, probably why they chose him to coach Daigo - since they play in the same arcade for SF and use the same characters in both games.
  9. Article edited to redirect to Jonio's channel, as well as the other FT7's feat. Yousuke & Roi.
  10. [Xrd] I-no Video Thread (Updated 01/13/15)

    Seems alot of links in this thread got corrupted due to the forum update. Please, if you have recently uploaded match vids, especially those from EVO, kindly update them with the correct YT/Nico links once more. Thanks.
  11. EDIT: Since Jonio has recently uploaded the same videos (and more) that Jourdal had initially hosted, the latter has taken his vids down in deference to the Mikado manager. In what seems to be his farewell gauntlet from Mikado (and possibly Tokyo as a whole) - Tomo goes head to head in First to 7 match sets against Ain (Ky), Karinchu (Mi), Roi (So), and Yousuke (Ax) - all who were absent at EVO 2015 (including Tomo himself). Lastly, he faces the Evolution 2015 GGXrd World Champion Ogawa (Za) in what was a jaw dropping set packed with stellar play and incredible decision making. Check out the videos below, and be sure to subscribe to Jonio's YouTube Channel for all games, casuals, and tournaments at Mikado, and Jourdal's YouTube Channel and as well for all things Guilty Gear, Blazblue, Persona, and UNIEL[st]. Tomo (Le) vs Ain (Ky): https://youtu.be/7yoigcRkl0I Tomo (Le) vs Karinchu (Mi): Part 1 - https://youtu.be/0LFewyFY7UM / Part 2 - https://youtu.be/lmyCpvF04B8 Tomo (Le) vs Roi (So): https://youtu.be/wrXRpaQT7Yw Tomo (Le) vs Yousuke (Ax): https://youtu.be/ykOjWJf0kzk Tomo (Le) vs Ogawa (Za): https://youtu.be/6UmzIC9j0pM
  12. [Xrd] I-No Gameplay Discussion

    It was really good in AC & +R so yes. Plus, STBT YRC j.D destroys throw attempts and will net you a CH, which is completely untechable and leads to amazing damage. Keep in mind that you can combo in the rare event it trades as well (if they used throw OS) with tech > airdash. Of course, there are other options such as STBT > YRC > (throw/low/j.D/hover dash button/FDC/iad FF VCL). All to apply mixup & discourage throw attempts. The low option will lose to throw. Note that when coming out of YRC, you can always throw them first due to the 2F invul after the YRC flash/slowdown.
  13. [Xrd] I-No Gameplay Discussion

    Added I-no j.D FDC, and Option Select explanations to wiki, as well as some videos for the Overview (+R changes), and the YRC SM OS sub-section. Whoever it was that made the combo chart/tables which character specific damage values, you rock way too hard!
  14. Be sure to catch up on the various character and system-wide changes posted earlier here. You can check out the Official Japanese webpage - granted you can read 日本語, over at http://www.arcsystemworks.jp/unist/ UNIEL [st] Official Release Trailer - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hhkI4qFoUA