Tag Archives: Street Fighter 4
As usual, we discuss what we’ve been playing. We get into a more in-depth discussion on our plans for the upcoming Vegas/EVO trip just over one week away. yayze runs the troll train and keeps the big question mark above his head; is he going to Vegas? yayze also hints at an upcoming site overhaul and logo tweak, hence the delay of “official” Chip Damage t-shirts.
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This week, we finally get some peace and quiet, and a white board to better help us organize our time. How well does it workout? Well you’ll have to tune-in and find out!
In this episode we do the usual sharing of what we played over the last two weeks, how yayze is handling his sickness, and get the rundown on the podcast from the Pak-man himself!
- 1. Shane Fleury (Akuma)
- 2. Jo Arcillia (Zangief and Guile for some reason)
- 3. Jerome Fulgencio (Ryu and I think Ken)
- 4. Duong Phu (Balrog)
- T5. Kevin Lu, Jericho Monton
- T7. Kiet Quach, John Pakasee
- T9. Matt Lehotsky, David Hansana, James Kim, Allen
- T13. Ken Gavina, Tyler G., Jerwin (DQ for leaving), Andrew
I know there are a couple posts some of the other staff members here at Chip Damage want to put up that have been in “draft mode” for well over a month, maybe even longer. So I thought I’d pick a calm and quiet night just over ONE DAY before the release of the greatest game this year, “Street Fighter IV“(You’re damn right it’s almost here!), to tell you folks my heart-warming story of failure and rise-to-glory. Well, maybe not. But it is my story nonetheless.
I’d like to state something to all the casual players and players just starting out in fighting games. Although I am considered a part of the “staff” here at Chip Damage, this does not mean I am automatically some uber pro at any fighting game. I am merely in charge of the website. Although I do have a very strong interest in fighting games(mostly the Street Fighter franchise), I only joined the scene about two years ago.
Over two years ago, I played quite a bit of Super Smash Bros. Melee, but I never really played it competitively. Back then I was completely unaware there was a scene in Winnipeg for that sort of thing. Anyways, I eventually outgrew it and became bored with schooling the same friends over and over, so I just stopped playing. One night, months later, a few my friends had a LAN, basically where we bring all of our computers over to one place and play games all night.