Make a New Years’ resolution to finally get good at fighting games, but don’t know where to start?
Our friends in Tucson at Arcade-in-a-Box will be hosting their boot camp for the revitalized Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition (2012 ver.) on Wednesday.
If you truly want to build your skill from the ground up, there’s no better way to do it. The boot camp consists of three stations divided by beginner, intermediate, and expert level rotations. Players have to climb the ladder in various promotion/demotion matches in order to be placed in the next station up.
But if you’re a beginner and worried about being perfected into humiliation, there’s no worries, as AiAB has instilled the “Latif Rule” where no single player can have a win streak longer than five matches, giving everyone a chance to play and participate against different opponents.
The event costs $5 for entry and is set to begin at 8 p.m. until midnight. For more information about rules and matches, check out the event page from Arcade-in-a-Box.