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New Street Fighter X Tekken videos from NorCal Regionals

7:00 PM on 06.23.2011  ·  Jesse Cortez
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This past weekend at the NorCal Regionals 9 tournament, Capcom was on hand to show off the most recent build of Street Fighter X Tekken. Many of your favorite fighting game pros, such as EG Justin Wong, EG Ricky Ortiz, Floe, and Marn, were on hand to compete in a single-elimination tournament organized by iPlayWinner.

Since then, iPlayWinner has uploaded HD direct-feed footage on their YouTube channel. Many of them were playing this game for the first time (aside from Justin Wong, who I caught beasting at this game at E3). More importantly, Seth Killian from Capcom was there to offer brilliant commentary, explaining the mechanics behind tag cancels, juggling, and how important character placement is to completing combos.

So if you are at all hyped for this game, make sure to check out the videos below!

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