RivalTide’s Most Anticipated Games of 2012: Skullgirls

"The current gaming generation is not very accepting of fighting games. People want high octane action, cinematic, heart stopping sequences, and lots and lots of explosions. When gamers are forced to slow their row and think about the buttons their pressing, games can become unappealing to the average Joe. Back in the day, fighting games used to be thrilling. Winning a match of Street Fighter II against friends meant you were the king above kings, and you would rule all below you. Now, it only takes a quick flick of trigger to blow your friends brains out and hold the competitive crown."

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