MdT | Miura is a SoulCalibur veteran from Brazil who was brought to wider notice through his strong performance on SoulCalibur Without Borders 2020 where he convincingly won South America exhibition using mainly Maxi. Let’s learn more about him!
WePlay Ultimate Fighting League Season 1 is first offline mayor in about a year; and SoulCalibur is part of it. Given the production quality of WePlay events is insane, it’s an unique oportunity to enjoy great matches and see top players competing seriously once again. Zubaz, being an official analyst for the event, kindly shared […]
There is a man who’s winrate in Rock-Paper-Scissor is so high he became an undisputed king of European Reversal Edges. Also, he’s good in other parts of SoulCalibur 6 too. And his name… D3xus.
DEUS Ex Caelo is an ambitious project aiming to do something our scene has been missing during the COVID-19 pandemic: Tournament. Online. Big. Parsec. And… open! I mean – if this does not catch your attention, you may even miss S3 announcement being so lethargic. If it does, read further to see what SabinDeus has […]
Whenever you watch any South-Asia Soulcalibur tournament, you can be sure you will notice when 575 is on the stream. But who actually is this Nightmare main with super explosive play style?
On Sunday, I saw short clip from TheKura’s stream with collaborative Korean tierlist that looked nothing like what we are used to see in Europe or America. I become… curious. I couldn’t help myself so I reached out to him, asking for details.
In today’s State of Calibur, questions focused on current situation where our game was moved to online-only environment. The questions were generously answered by Aelz, Boom, Shen Chan, Party Wolf, Skyll & Shen Yuan.
If you are into SC events, and especially if you’re from North-West of US, Chapter XLVII is a name that you will inevitably see popping in your Twitter timeline or in conversations. If you wish to learn more about this PNW event organizer and team FAUSTIAN manager, read further!
SoulCalibur is world-wide phenomena. It is played everywhere including South America, which hosts several strong scenes. One of those is in Brazil, from where hails today’s guest – MdT|Shennou.
Europe and America usually place Hao into low to mid tiers; but in Asia, there are people who consider him superstrong. One of those is Shen Yuan from Singapore whom I asked why he think so – and to compare, I asked top EU Hao player Habaduba for his opinion too.