Brokentier Blog & Team Articles
A man of few words, Kyohei "Marlinpie" Lehr has been setting the world of UMvC3 on fire with his impossible levels of swag since Vanilla. He's taking a break this weekend from his busy salaryman job to steal some souls and get the crowd wild in UMvC3 at East Coast Throwdown. We wanted to find out what's been going on, and ask some quick questions. Check out the interview after the jump!
After an impressive 4th place finish at NorCal Regionals, Daniel "Clockw0rk" Maniago is headed up to Northwest Majors this weekend to rep the team and bash some skulls. We've put our favorite washed up veteran on the spot and asked 5 quick questions leading up this weekend. If you enjoy this mini interview, leave a comment below or on our Twitter (@brokentier)!
Been hearing talk lately about the Marvel gods of UMvC3 - whether they can be consistently defeated, whether we should even be calling them “gods”, etc. It's an extension of the hierarchy we adhered to in MvC2 and a good starting point for discussion. Perhaps others saw it differently, but here’s how I saw it...
Competitive fighting games generally have 5 different phases. Discovery, adaptation, matchups, refinement, perfection. The phases are not linear; sometimes a discovery will come later on in a game and make players re-evaluate large chunks of what they thought they knew like A3 crouch cancels, CvS2 roll cancels or TAC infinites in Ultimate.
I recently asked Turbovec to help put together a guide for Persona 4: Arena that would help me understand some of the unique characters in the game, while showcasing some top level players destroying the competition. Check it out below, and let me know what you think!
In response to the many MMCafe individual tier lists produced by members of the community, Seth Killian challenged people to do something more practical and tier the game by teams. After all, Marvel 3 is a team game and the rank of any individual character is both hard to pin down and somewhat meaningless by itself.