Finally it´s here – episode 4! With a new game and a new guest, but with all the usual trashtalking and mashing.
First of all, thanks for staying with us in the rather long break between episode 3 and 4. As posted in the Scrubby News, we haven´t been lazy, and if everything works out as planned, you should get to see more videos from us in a shorter period of time than so far in the coming months.
That´s also the reason we tried to keep it simple in this episode. No elaborate editing, just us guys talking trash, drinking beer and playing Marvel vs. Capcom 3.
Back to episode 4 then:
Markus “Chargi” Richter took place on our couch and taught us a rather frustrating and rage-inducing lesson in Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Unfortunatly the recording took place in the middle of the PSN outage, so all we did was play against Chargi all night long. His team of Chun-Li, Dante and Storm made quick work of both Harrys (X-23, Akuma, Spencer) and my team (Wesker, Dormammu, Phoenix) most of the time. It took me a long time to realize that against certain moves in this game (ie. Chun-Li legs), most of the time all you can do is block, because everything else will end in disaster.
But of course, all in all we had a lot of fun.
Big shoutouts to everyone from the VirtualDojo Vienna (where we know Chargi from). You will see more of those guys (as guests and with us visiting them in Vienna) in future episodes and most of all in the special series we are going to start in july, which will cover the monthly VanDammage Ranking Battles.
You might have spottet another new thing while watching episode 4 at the very start of the video. As announced, we recently partnered up with SF4Answers.com, which means that starting in a few days, you will be able to find our show not only on YouTube, but also on iTunes as a video podcast. We are also working on some more ways to work together, so don´t forget to like us on Facebook, subscribe to us on YouTube and follow us on Twitter to stay up to date on all our projects!
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