Capcom Fighting Collection Review

Capcom Fighting Collection speaks to the enthusiasts with a bundle of 10 classic fighting games ranging from 5 iterations of the Vampire/Darkstalkers series, to the version-select compilation of Hyper Street Fighter II, and reaching for niche titles in Cyberbots, Red Earth, Super Gem Fighter and Super Puzzle Fighter II. Capcom promises rollback netcode, training features and museum content to offer the easiest way into these titles yet. The question is, how does it perform in the hands of enthusiasts? Let’s talk about it.

Holiday Letter 2021 – Thank you, FGC!

Hello and happy holidays! Thank you for reading. In my capacity as editor and co-founder of SuperCombo I want to take this Christmas Day to extend my gratitude to the greater fighting game community for the support this project has received.

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Heatwave — a pixel-perfect, Guilty-Gear-esque post-apocalyptic trip

Don’t get fooled by Heatwave’s apparent minimalism: at its core, this game is a legit-to-the-Angels air-dasher, with tight controls and tidal waves of combo freedom. Easy to pick, hard to master, and with three different fighting styles, this game offers options for everybody. Join us in this trip to a post-apocalyptic flooded Earth as we dissect the mechanics of this 20-pixels-tall air-dasher and what makes it tick!