Firstly, we had Chrono Fantasy showcasing project M. This was a major attraction to younger plays and the gamers who wanted something casual when the heat of the competition became too much.
Secondly, we had Miguel who brought his old school arcade set up. This was supposedly a casual “sweat” but Fight Club 4 tells a different story. There was always a crowd of at least 10 players waiting to get a chance to play Street Fighter 2: Hyper Fighting. The crowd grew even larger when old school legends take a shot at a past rivalry.
“I think it was the most fun and most organized tournament I’ve ever been to. Not just the tournament but even spectators had things to entertain themselves. A very nice event and a tough act to follow for other Tournament Organizers”– Che Noel ( Local fighting game celebrity. Che has attended and won multiple local competitions)
“I think the event went well and has a lot if potential for growth, I’m not a gamer per say but I can appreciate a good game and I’m glad people were satisfied with the food”– Ellerz Cafe (Local food outlet located in St. Augustine. They provided brilliant lunches at a reasonable price at Fight Club 4)
“I had a blast! I really enjoyed myself, it was very well managed and I had a lot of fun. Thank you all very very much for the opportunity to be there at Fight Club 4.”– Miguel Escovalez (Veteran arcade gamer. Supplied the gaming machine to play the ‘Old School Games’)
Very good organisation of Fight Club. Good vibes, excellent competitive spirit and all in all very good outcome. Being a gaming organizer I am looking forward to seeing more from Trinigamers and they will always have the support from Gaming Tourneys.-Liu Lupe Jo (Director of Gaming Tournies. A gaming group that also supports and promotes local E-Sports)