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Glory Stories: Fighting Week

We asked, you answered. Here are the community's favorite memories including fighting games.


With that in mind, we want to connect closer with our community. Through our social media channels, such as the SteelSeries Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, we've asked you for your favorite memories involving fighting games. We've picked our favorites to spotlight for Glory Stories.


FlexyFive is of course talking about the most famous event in fighting game history: Evo Moment #37, embedded below. Daigo Umehara pulled off a series of perfect parries to completely negate Justin Wong's Chun-li super.

Ah, who doesn't remember spamming the sweep on an opponent who doesn't know how to block and winning easily. If this keeps happening to you, read our guide about how to get good in fighting games.

Conversely, button mashing works out just fine sometimes.

CEO (Community Effort Orlando) is a fighting game tournament famous for having special ring-style entrances for the players. KBrad made an entrance just like WWE's Stone Cold Steve Austin!

Some of you may never have been to a real arcade, but back in the day, those were the place for hype community meetups, where rivalries were born and friends for life were made.

Eddie Tekken

From @billagaaaaad

Ok, I'll give you this one -- Eddie is probably the best character for button mashers.

Shaggy MultiVersus

From @elijah.laforme

Shaggy is a lot of fun indeed -- check out our MultiVersus guide for some tips!

Sora Super Smash Bros.

From @jmk._16

Fighting Games

Geese Tekken 7


Remember, we've got tons of codes for Fighting games to giveaway, and keep coming back every week as we celebrate other genres! Game On!

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