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I've been playing Dragonball FighterZ and loving it very much since its release, and I found out that there will be a fighting game tournament event called Battle Arena Melbourne 10 that's running from 18th - 20th of May. So I decided to compete in the Dragonball FighterZ tournament, see how far I can get in it and just enjoy my first ever fighting game tournament event. It was so..... so...... SOOOO much different than what I thought it would ended up being. For one thing, it used the same venue as PAX Australia that I visited last year, but it only uses the entrance side for PAX, and surprisingly it can fit a ton of stuff in it. This is what it looks like for 1/8 of the entrance venue. This is the individual sections for the Dragonball FighterZ tournament which also has Soul Calibur 6 set up for people to play. The Tekken 7 tournaments section, And the Street Fighter V section. These 3 are only 1/4 of the entrance for PAX that was used for this event. It's amazing that it can fit this much! Other than Soul Calibur 6, which unfortunately when I played it has no Geralt in it since it's a limited demo, such a shame....... there's also the upcoming Fighting EX Layer And 3 other games which are Australian made games. There's one game that's an upcoming Smash Bros esque game called Dimensions VS A hectic multiplayer game called Hyperjam And this game called Dash Blitz I actually got a free code for this game because I beat the developers. YAY! Free game! It's quite fun too, so keep an eye out for this game. It's currently in early access so wait for the full version. Ahem anyway, my Dragonball FighterZ tournament starts on Saturday 19, and 122 people including myself joined in which are seperated to 8 brackets. A - D 1 & 2. I played in the B - 2 bracket at 12 pm. And let me tell ya, it was way more scarier than I expected. This is not just a casual Dragonball FighterZ tournament where you just play and have fun. Oh no. So many people in this tournament, and for the other tournaments for that matter, actually knows how to play the game and are extremely skilled, so going into this tournament requires you to be calm and know the inside out of the games to actually proceed high in the bracket. In my second match of the bracket, I fought against a player that's so skilled, he decimated my characters easily without breaking a sweat. So I had to fight the rest of my matches in the losers bracket, where I have to climb an even higher mountain to get up the rank. Somehow, someway, I managed to get rank 13th in the whole competition, and I actually managed to beat 3 top players who are heavily favored to win the whole tournament before that: Magnum Infinity, Tomo009 and DaBeast. These 3 are no jokes man, they are so damn good at this game. This was the match where I managed to win against Magnum Infinity to get into the top 32 spot. It's at the very start of the video. lol, btw I just picked the name Agent17805 because it has a nice fit to it. I'm not an agent of anything man. I played online against him and he's really damn good too. And after this we play another rounds of the game while he congratulate me on beating him, and then saying he's a bit salty for that, to which I apologized for beating him and then he's like "It's alright man, you deserve the win." Thanks man, we both gave it our all. Funny thing is when I told the event coordinator that I beat Tomo009 and DaBeast, he suddenly said "WHAT? YOU BEAT THEM?? BUT THEY'RE MY PICK TO WIN THE WHOLE TOURNAMENT!" And then he congratulate me and said "you got my respect my man. You beat 2 of Melbourne's best player just now. Congrats!" while I was like "I know! I was so scared fighting against them since I know they're going whoop my ass!" I now have a whole new level of appreciation for everyone who actually plays at EVO every year. They had to beat hundreds of people in other tournaments just to get a spot in that event and be so damn good that they beat 100 - 200 + other people. I fucking salute you all good sirs! And here's another thing that I didn't expect. I thought the players attending this event will be showoffs that's all cocky and smug that they don't want to talk to you, but I was so wrong. They are all really damn nice people. We all congratulate each other on giving our all in our matches, no matter if we win or lose, and then afterwards we play some more Dragonballs for fun & for practice to the ones advancing to the next brackets. Some of the people are just as scared as I was and we couldn't even believe we made it as far as we did in our tournaments. One guy named CheesyChi drank 2 giant bottles of water with him while his legs are shaking, and another named Flade was like "I didn't expect that I would go this far! I thought I would just lost early and go home, but now I have to wait till night! I want to go home and sleep already!" lol, I feel ya both man, I feel ya both! Even the top players are nice guys too! I managed to took pictures with Tokido and Knee before, of course, they won their tournaments. And as expected, they both completely dominated their opponents. Tokido especially wished me good luck for my Dragonball FighterZ tournament, right after I told him he'll definitely win the whole tournament & wished him a great victory. Thanks man! And at the final day of the tournament on Sunday the 20th, I cheered the top 8 players. I even practiced a game with the 2nd place winner Dailou before the tournament began. He's the second guy on the left next to Baxter the champion. I actually played against Dailou and Baxter a lot online, and they whooped my ass so damn much. Dailou actually sent the winner Baxter to the losers bracket, but Baxter moved up against Ando, the guy on the far right, and then proceeds to change his characters to win the whole tournament. Congrats man, you all deserves your spots! And after this, I congratulated Dailou and Ando personally, Ando and other people in the tournament I met looked forward to meeting me again next time in other upcoming tournaments, and we all spend the rest of our days either playing other games in the event, looking at other top 8 matches for the other games which are all so fucking intense, and then go back home to rest. All in all, I had a blast with this event. To be in an actual game tournament event and watch high leveled people play against each other is so damn awesome! I can't wait to see other gaming tournament events & play with other great players too! Let me tell you all this message: if you have a fighting game event in your country, attend it, maybe even participate in the event and see first hand how awesome it can be. Well, if you're a fighting game fan that is. But still, even if you're not a fighting game fan, just go in and have a great time. You'll not be disappointed!
AverageSpacePope posted a topic in ArchivesI want to thank everyone that participated in the Insurgency Survival Competition and I hope that you all enjoyed it. This competition was mostly a test to see how something like this should be executed. I'll personally be using the feedback that I've received from this competition to better improve future events/competitions in the future (e.g. better prizes, more accessible challenges, etc). Now onto the winners of the competition. Congratulations to Dodge Ram1500 for successfully destroying everyone in the competition with a record of Level 35. You'll receive both your game code and MVP Ribbon as a prize. However, we have a second MVP Ribbon to give out to Redjakk for successfully getting to Level 18, by himself, armed only with a knife and a silenced pistol. Even Sam Fisher would be impressed! If you have any ideas for what you would like us to do for an Insurgency event/competition, please don't hesitate to comment below.
Attention Soldiers! We have a brand new competition taking place for Insurgency! For the next 2 weeks (19 February – 5 March), the AJSA will be hosting an Insurgency competition on the AJSA Insurgency Coop server. The game mode being played will be Survival (Wave defence/Horde mode). To take part, you must follow these simple rules: 1. First, join the AJSA coop server. If you need help finding the AJSA Coop server, please click this link and follow the instructions given: http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/topic/25722-welcome-to-the-insurgency-sub-forum/ 2. Next, survive for as many waves as possible. 3. Once you have completed a round, take a screenshot of the rounds results (you can do this in-game by pressing F12 or by using a program such as Fraps). Here are some examples: 4. Post the screenshot of your best round (the round with the highest waves survived) here on this thread (or on the front-page article) along with your in-game name and a picture the end scoreboard. Once you've done all of this, you'll be entered into the competition. The person with the highest amount of waves survived will be declared the winner. The winner will receive a copy of Interstellar Marines (Spearhead Edition) which also comes with a second copy of the game that you can share with a friend. The winner will also receive the AJSA Champion Award to adorn their forum profile! · Do I have to play on the AJSA server to take part? Yes. In order to keep track of player stats, you have to play on the AJSA Coop server in order to take part. · Can we change the difficulty of the AI? No. The AI’s difficulty will be locked to the hardest difficulty (Brutal) in order to make things even more challenging J. · What if I’m playing together with a group of friends? In the event that you and your friends have the highest score/waves survived, the winner will then be decided by score. The person with the highest score will be declared the winner. If you have any questions regarding the competition or anything Insurgency related, please contact the AJSA Insurgency game officer, AverageSpacePope.
Good day to all EU Angry Army! We would like to announce to all EU members of AA of our celebration in our upcoming 300th member. AA of EU has started it's journey from rock bottom, and has been working hard to survive all along with the main goal to expand the angry community in GW2 on EU server. With great efforts and commitment done by the appointed staves of AA EU, we would like to personally thank them for supporting the angry community Although achieving our goals would not be possible without awesome guild members of AA EU whom has been so generous and helpful in expanding the guild. We would also like to thank our members whom has supported the guild by attending and participating in guild events. It wouldn't be successful without you! For our celebration towards 300th member, we will introduce a competition opened to all members regardless of level and experience in the game. This competition is called 'For the Army!' 'For the Army' is a race where all members will compete against each other for recruiting members. Members who has the highest amount of recruitment will win golds equivalent to the amount of recruits he recruited. Advert to be used:Angry Joe Show Army [AA] is recruiting! Everyone is welcome, we have fun together doing: WvW | PvP | PvE | Weekly Guild Missions | Raffle | TS | PM me for more info or an invite! [angryjoeshow.com/ajsa] ^ You use this message and post it on map chat on different maps People who want to join will send you a private message, but may also ask some questions so be ready to answer them. They are very simple ones most of the time so don't worry General Information:-The competition begins on 15th of January and ends on 23rd of January-The invites are noted down by okito and vaylor by what's in the history tab in the guild panel Rules:-open to all AA EU members-only applied to ingame recruitments-newly recruited members must represent AA-be friendly and still abide to guild rules while giving out recruitments*new* -adding something to the ad what is false or negative about the guild is forbidden. A person that has been seen doing it will be kicked from the guild. (ex. making a fee on joining the guild) Rewards:1ST place: Amount of members recruited to the guild in gold + special member title on the forums!2ND place: 50% of members recruited to the guild in gold3RD place: 20% of members invited to the guild in gold BONUS: Everyone who invites more than 5 people will get a forum 'Recruiter' badge! Good luck everyone! This post has been promoted to an article
Ok, so I just read an article that...intest me. http://tmi.kotaku.com/the-community-broke-the-steam-sale-so-valve-changed-th-1595087682?utm_campaign=Socialflow_Kotaku_Facebook&utm_source=Kotaku_Facebook&utm_medium=Socialflow It's from Kotaku, so take it as you will, but take a look see and comment on what you think. What do I think? Well I personally think that the thing was rigged in some way but not by Valve, with Reddit making sense in how it was taking the lead on who would win. Now I don't think for sure it's all Reddit's doing, but it jus seems so weird really. On the first day, it all looked rather normal and I would have honestly said that the winners where the team that was in the morning on that side of the world, after the first day though, I have no idea why those teams won. I spent a loooooooot of money trying to win for my team on the first day. Now I just wish I had waited till it was obvious that my team was going to win (Green Team) so I could try for the prize. Well, that's not gong to happen now, but I still feel pretty cheated if the system was broken from the start ya know? So again, what are your thoughts?
Hey all. Happy New Year, and all that. Hope the holidays were good, and the Steam Sales better Well to celebrate 2014, I thought it might be appropriate to give away some free stuff, out of the goodness of my heart, and out of desperate need for self-actualisation and friendship... ...ANYWAY... I have 2 copies of "Payday: The Heist" and 2 copies of "Natural Selection 2". Both these games are great examples of good multiplayer titles, and are really addictive in their own rights. Considering what a great community this is, you can probably find some people around to play them with, myself included If you'd like one of these games, Add me as a friend on Steam (=AJSA=RatchetRig) and send me message saying which game you'd like (You can say both, and be entered into both draws). I'll randomly pick 2 people for each game, and contact them via Steam. If I don't get a response, I'll select a new winner. Closing date is the 17th of January. Best of luck, and hope to see you in-game sometime! EDIT: If you don't want to have to enter through Steam, you can leave a comment here saying which game you want, and you'll enter into the same draw.