GoddessBracelet, post: 7588748, member: 47299 wrote:
You're near the galleria mall I take it? That place has a few great fighters but the owner does not seem to really take care of them. Last time I was there was 2 weeks ago and the marvel 2 cab was working because the sticks and buttons had been ripped from a soul caliber game.
I'm sure we could get a small get together rolling along.
SolidOutlaw, post: 7601734, member: 11190 wrote:
Hey guys, I know any of the areas here would be in for a long drive to get here, but on the 27th, Pittsburgh is having its monthly and I was wondering if any of you guys would be interested, we play AE, Marvel, KOF (Including Season's Beatings t-12 TJ), P4 and Tekken. Venue fee is $3, which is waived if you bring a set up, and each game is $5, we usually draw around 12-15 people per game, but we've got Erie coming down so that should drive the number be between 15-20 for AE and round 12-15 for everything else. I'm also trying to get State College and some of Cleveland in the fold. It's in the CMU University Center, registration starts at 7:30, games will start at 8. It will likely be in the Danforth Room.
PN1, post: 7718105, member: 81130 wrote:
This area seems pretty dead as far as tournaments/events/casuals go. Anyone know of any near the York/Harrisburg/Lancaster area?
Archon, post: 7934437, member: 5657 wrote:
You can find MvC2, SNK vs Capcom, and Tekken machines scattered around, such as in West Manchester Mall, the Galleria, and the Queens St. bowling alley, but they tend to be broken (unresponsive buttons).
Comic Store West wants nothing to do with fighting game events, sadly. York College might allow a student to organize an event, but all events must be approved and planned with the administrators.
Does anyone play sfxt? Haha i kno right? O well i love it. I suck at sfiv just picked that up. Im good at sfxt tho