Sydney fighter fans should get themselves down to The Red Room on York Street to check out the tenth OzHadou Nationals this weekend. This tourney is part of local seeding for EVO, arguably the world’s most important fighter event, so it’s a must-attend for competitors and fans alike ahead of the July event in Las Vegas. Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Soul Calibur 5 and King of Fighters XIII are on the roster, and in addition to the door fee there’s a charge to take part in casual play. The competition starts today and run all weekend; hit up the website for more information.
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