Ever since I took the job writing for Shoryuken.com, I haven't really had the chance to go and write something here on my own site. That said I've been meaning to pick up the slack and actually put this blog to good use. Even if I do save the actual fighting game news for "work" this site still gives me a good space to pour out my own thoughts having to go through the editorial pipeline nor having to be tailored for the general fighting game community, just me, your (not so) average full time fighting game fan writing his heart out on the web.
Being a full time fighting game fan, more precisely one trying to make something of a living of this occupies pretty much of all my time. To the point where I do oftentimes sneak in bits of work (articles, art, etc.) during the hours of my day job. It occasionally does come to the point where I ask myself "why am I doing this?" This past weekend, I found my answer.
So after a bit of a delay, here's the final installment of this series of D3Vlicious Builder Features. What I'll be doing for a second series, either here or on Shoryuken.com is still being planned. But anyway, here's my interview with stick builder Souji5 from Soujistiks.
The BlazBlue Continuum Shift EXTEND editions of Hori's Real Arcade Pro.V series sticks are now up for pre-order on Play-Asia.
While Vewlix based arcade sticks like the MadCatz Tournament Edition and Hori RAP.V series are now the standard, for some players, there is still nothing like the classic Sega Astro City based HRAP 1-3 series of arcade sticks. Good news then for those folks as Hori is giving the HRAP3 one final hurrah in the form of a limited edition stick for Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Prologue.
2 More characters from Persona 3 have been announced as being playable guests in Persona 4 the Ultimate in Mayonaka Arena.