You can have a sliver of health, but it's landing that final blow that matters most.
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Over the past few months, Arc System Works has been travelling the globe and showing off its next fighting game, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle. Competitors have had a chance to try out the game before its May 31 release, which also means they have had a chance to produce footage where they abuse the upcoming title's mechanics.
The Japanese tournament Mastercup has few equals when it comes to Tekken competition, and the ninth instalment of this annual event certainly lived up to its pedigree last weekend. The stunning conclusion saw one competitor singlehandedly defeat five straight opponents to earn his team a grand finals victory.
Benoit "Gunfight" Arquilla, a French fighting game competitor living in Japan, proved the community's age-old "never give up" adage still holds true in 2017 during a recent Street Fighter V live stream. After getting rocked by a strong Laura player named Suika during the final round of their online match, Gunfight was able to mount an impressive comeback that left his opponent reeling. The best part? He was sure he was finished right up until a clutch trade turned the tides in his favour, declaring, "I'm dead," as he was getting thrashed.
It can often seem like you're out of your league in online games like Injustice 2. With their back against the wall and a sliver of health left, Flash player Honey Bee CMNDR looked all but out of it, until they flipped the switch and ran it all the way back on a very unsuspecting Robin.