This is what it looks like when expert Smash Bros. players are at the helm.
Momochi is your 2015 Street Fighter IV champ at EVO, and he took out the title in some of the weirdest circumstances ever seen at the tournament.
Have you ever wondered what would happen if a Capcom artist’s two favourite things were Khal Drogo and Asura’s Wrath? This is what would happen.
After losing the first round during a best-of-three semi-finals match against one of the best Guilty Gear Xrd Sign players in the world, Woshige pulled off a massive comeback to take the second. Then he turned to the crowd to celebrate.
Attending the annual fighting tournament as part of a graduation trip for son Thomas, actress Jamie Lee Curtis donned the claws and mask of Street Fighter’s Vega to remain incognito in the crowd.
Kan-Ra is so dead right now. With a sliver of health against Sabrewulf with a full bar of backup, how can he possibly win this match? Watch.
It’s the final day of the world’s biggest fighting game tournament. Here’s your source for all things EVO 2015.
The days of Super/Ultra/Hyper editions may be over. During the Street Fighter V panel at EVO 2015, Capcom detailed its plan to release a single disc with 16 fighters supported by regular digital updates—many of which can be earned simply by playing the game.
If you talk to Smash Bros. players right now, they’ll tell you there’s a war going on over the Wii U game’s custom moves. The next front will be waged this weekend at EVO, because it’s the first major fighting game tournament that’s made them legal.
Ultra Street Fighter IV is kinda janky on PlayStation 4. Which was making competitors nervous ahead of this year’s big EVO fighting game tournament, so instead of taking their chances with Sony’s promised fixes, organisers are taking a safer route with the game’s appearance, deciding instead to switch the platform…
The games headlining Evo 2015 were announced last night, with two Smash Bros. games making it into the line-up. Noteworthy additions to this year's installment of the world's biggest fighting games tournament include Mortal Kombat X, Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, and Tekken 7.