Resolution 2015 at Richmond Comix 

Saturday, Jan. 3. 2 p.m.

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According to Texas governor and former can’t-remember-which-branch-of-government-he’d-get-rid-of presidential hopeful Rick Perry, “There is evil prowling in the world — it shows up in our movies, video games and online fascinations, and finds its way into vulnerable hearts and minds.” With that ludicrous sentiment in mind, RVA Fight Club presents Resolution 2015, an open video-game competition Saturday, Jan. 3, at Richmond Comix. Battles will be fought to the fictional death on the games “Ultra Street Fighter IV,” “Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo” (played on an Astro City Candy Cab with original Sanwa parts) and “Street Fighter 3: Third Strike.” Attendees who don’t want to engage in the organized combat are encouraged to bring their own systems, monitors and games for casual play during the tournament, which will be broadcast live on the Web through Twitch.tv. The warfare begins at 2 p.m. Free admission for spectators, with $5-$10 entry fees for participants. Call 594-2845 or visit richmondcomix.com.


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