Combo Breaker 2022 Preview

Perhaps the most anticipated of fighting game majors since the return of “offline” is going down this weekend – It’s Combo Breaker 2022. With a stacked lineup of both main-stage games and a concerted effort for community tournaments in “All In Together”, we’ve got a lot of fighting action to watch. Let’s preview the schedule and streams right here.

The Spectator’s Guide To Combo Breaker: All In Together

With Combo Breaker this weekend, not only are there 20+ main games happening but Combo Breaker’s All In Together official community tournaments practically doubles the amount of events being ran this year. These tournaments are official side events, being scheduled and supported by Combo Breaker, so they are all going to have their Top 4s streamed. Now, there are some tournament standard games like Super Smash Bros Melee or games with long tournament relevancy like Guilty Gear Xrd that we will not be covering today. Instead we will focus on the more underrepresented games that rarely see a spotlight such as this. A Top 4 might not be enough time to figure out what a game’s jam is, so let’s make sure you know what to expect this weekend from All In Together.

Skullgirls community speaks in preview of 2022 documentary

Fighting Game documentary powerhouse Hold Back to Block was one of many parties collaborating on the recent One More Once tournament for Skullgirls. In time for the occasion we were treated to a preview of the upcoming Skullgirls documentary to be released in 2022. Today you can watch a compilation of the previews on Youtube on Hold Back to Block’s official channel. Some of the most prominent community members tell all about the development of some iconic characters including Kai Kennedy’s portrayal of Beowulf. This is also perhaps the first time this writer has seen anything recorded about the impact the mobile version of Skullgirls has had on the community overall.