Offline Tournament in Nashville, TN
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Offline Tournament in Nashville, TN
01/27/2009 10:07 AM EST
Where:
Game Galaxy
Hickory Hollow Mall
5252 Hickory Hollow Pkwy
Antioch, TN 37013
www.gamegalaxyarcade.com

Date: February 21, 2009

Registration will start at 10 AM. All tournaments will start at their assigned times below. For those of you who have been to a past KiT event, you know we are sticklers for promptness and organization, so be on time!

Tournament Games:
12 PM - Soul Calibur IV (PS3): $10 70/20/10
2 PM - Tekken 5 DR (PS3): $5 Winner take all
4 PM - Street Fighter IV (PS3): $5 Winner Take all
4 PM - MK vs DC (PS3): $5 Winner take all

Venue Fee: $10

The venue fee will cover each tournament and as a bonus Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion will be FREE the entire day. The arcade opens at 10 AM and will close at 10 PM, that's 12 hours of Tekken 6 BR. That's good even if you do not enter any of the tournaments and just want to pay the venue to get to play BR. Since there is a flat fee for all and this is a new game, we are capping win streaks at 3 games. There will of course be casuals for all the tournament games the whole day.

If you provide a PS3 for the tournament, I will pay your venue fee. There are a limited number of PS3s we can use, so post up first if you can provide one. We might need a couple copies of SCIV and SFIV as well.

Tournaments will be run standard double elimination, 3/5 rounds 2/3 matches. Winners/Losers Final 3/5 matches, Grand Finals 4/7.

Button shouldering banned in Tekken/Street Fighter, but allowed in SC4.

Algol/Yoda banned (SC4). Jinpachi banned (T5DR), Seth banned (SFIV).

Infinites banned in MK vs DC (Flash and Superman). Default controller configurations only.

Also, no Food or drinks in the arcade please! There is a food court right next to the arcade where you can eat. I know it's tempting to get something and eat while you watch your friends play, but please respect the owner of the arcade!
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RE: Offline Tournament in Nashville, TN
01/27/2009 07:29 PM EST
Wish i lived near Nashville, TN i'd be there for sure. lol


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RE: Offline Tournament in Nashville, TN
02/08/2009 04:15 AM EST
Eh ? Kinda off but why would Seth be banned for SFIV ? Almost everyone knows he been half assed from his arcade counterpart . Look at his armor points , damage points , and his ultra damage . It is almost as if Sagat is still the better upper hand compared to Seth .

Also it's nice to see some tournaments actually running this game once in a while . Hope you have experienced players there and good luck !

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RE: Offline Tournament in Nashville, TN
02/09/2009 07:56 AM EST
Pardon my ignorance, but what's button shouldering?
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RE: Offline Tournament in Nashville, TN
02/11/2009 01:48 PM EST
Seth is banned because other large tournaments have banned him. He might be unbanned some time in the future, but not now.

Button shouldering refers to assigning multiple inputs to one button (usually the shoulder button of a ps3 controller). For instance LP+RP in Tekken.
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RE: Offline Tournament in Nashville, TN
02/13/2009 01:04 PM EST
His ban in the other tournaments don't even make sense, anyway. No one has even gotten a good evaluation of him yet, and first impressions have him far from broken.

It's disturbing how anyone is bothering to ban him when there is too little known about him and other console characters (like Gouken) to even warrant one.
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