Hey guys. I have been doing a lot of research on Cross Tekken tournaments and it appears that people are just dropping it as a main game (let alone a side game)
This I find very unfair to those of you who have kept with the game from day 0 until now.
I am technically still “new” since I came back to this game due to DLC and I find that if you look past the stuff that people complain about, its a fun game and enjoyable at a high level. People just hate on Cross Tekken because its the cool thing to do.
With this in mind, sadly, the public eye is dropping SFxT as a main game, making it impossible to rely going to a tournament for SFxT. For those who do not play other games this is VERY unfair to those of you. Game is not even a year old and its being dropped as a main game while games like Marvel 3 are only surviving due to its name sake.
The only way you can make sure SFxT stays alive from a competitive standpoint is to go to tournaments and support it as much as you can.
How can you go further than that: Bring a setup to your major! This is asking a lot for some of you, you might imagine.
Sadly, this is the only way to guarantee its going to be at major events. Tournament organizers are more than happy to run “unofficial” tournaments for this game, just as long as the community is running it and showing their love. Maybe, something I hope; Is that if enough of us go out and support SFxT “unofficially” they can put it back in the main rotation.
The problem is numbers, I want to try to show them (the organizers to these events) that SFxT has a community to back it with numbers and with support.
I don’t want to see a game like this die when the ways of saving it are incredibly simple.
Please, do your best to bring setups to majors, all you need is 4 setups to make it a tournament. There is enough of us going to events where if brought consoles to the event and were vocal enough about it, we can make anything happen.
I know for damn sure I’m going to start doing it.
Its our personal responsibility now to support this game at events, not the tournament organizers.