EVO 2015 Winner Triumphs Despite Broken Stick

20 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

‘Street Fighter V’ will get new characters, but you’ll have to fight for them.

The popular fighting-game franchise will avoid releasing new updated games after its original release, series producer Yoshinori Ono announced on Saturday.Taking on crowd-favourite Gamerbee (who had been on a hell of a run during the day) in the Grand Final, everything was going fine until Momochi’s stick broke. Previous entries had full-game updates, as Capcom added changes and new fighters; there was 2008’s Street Fighter IV, 2010’s Super Street Fighter IV, Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition later that same year and finally, Ultra Street Fighter IV in 2014. Necalli which can be viewed in the trailer below, is a newcomer to the Street Fighter series, and appears to be quite interesting, as he possesses a transformation which turns him into a more deadly “fiery” version of his former self.

The malfunction took place in the middle of a round, and perhaps even more amazing than the breakdown itself was Gamerbee’s sportsmanship about the whole thing; while the competition rules stated he was entitled to take the set, he agreed to run down the clock and only take a round. Sadly, that sportsmanship wasn’t to be rewarded; despite the setback, and pause in proceedings that had to have wreaked havoc with both combatant’s state of mind, Momochi returned with a replacement stick to take out the GF and emerge as this year’s champion. In addition, Capcom will be performing the largest and most ambitious online beta program in franchise history on both the PlayStation 4 and PC platforms. Ono and Capcom made the announcement on Sunday during the Evolution Championship Series (EVO), the world’s largest fighting-game tournament held annually in Las Vegas.

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