Category Archives: King of Fighters XIII

KoFXIII: A Long Video About Counter Hits, Quick Rolls and the Meter System By TSS|Atma

TSS|Atma goes into a fair amount of in-depth information about counter hit states, quick rolls and the meter system in this unscripted tutorial video for King of Fighters XIII!

At the start of the video, Atma asks a very important question and concern that he would like your thoughts and feedback on. Post your thoughts either in the comment section here in the article or go to the comment section on YouTube!

Source: TSS Atma Youtube Channel

Dream Cancel KOFXIII Steam Battle #15 – Sunday 4/10/2015

On Sunday April 10th will be our 15th steam battle for King of Fighters XIII Steam Edition! We will meet up and play together Sunday at 2pm Central time/3pm Eastern Standard Time!

Optional check-in is 30 minutes before the session starts (1:30pm CST, 2:30pm EST) and we will stop the session at 6pm CST/7pm EST.

We will meet in the group chat for the game:

All players in attendance will play each other in a first to 3 wins set. Everyone will play at the same time. After you have finished playing with one person, move on to the next available player and so on (in the chat say “FREE” when you are available). When you are playing, please try to keep track of your score either through chat reminders or tally marks on pen and paper.

It is recommended you try to play as many different people as possible, and you are allowed to rematch with previous opponents once.


Forum Thread:

Final Round 19 Results

12565430_10153181711166012_332119429613616606_nTaking place in Atlanta, GA for the nineteenth year in a row, Final Round 19 hosted a ton of fighting games over the weekend, including a The King of Fighters XIII side tournament. Here are the results for the Top 3 of the event.

Entrants: 8

1. Malik (Hwa/Shen/Kyo, Duo Lon/Hwa/Kyo, Kyo/Hwa/King)
2. 482 Creole Mustard (Ryo/Takuma/Yuri)
3. HimeCut (Mr. Karate/Clark/Kim)

Videos of the tournament have been posted on SixFortyFive’s YouTube Channel in a playlist provided.

Winter Showdown 3: Dream Cancel Cup Finals KOF Results


King of Fighters XIII (29 Entrants)
1st ET
2nd Violent Kain
3rd Animal (Kanibalito)
4th El Rosa
5th Huevo, TC ChrisKOF
7th KCO Pedro, Straywolf


Top 8

King of Fighters 2002UM (17 Entrants)

1st ET
2nd Violent Kain
3rd El Rosa
4th Huevo
5th Desmond_KOF, TC Chris KOF
7th PX Dani, KCO Jose


King of Fighters 98UM Final Edition (14 Entrants)

1st ET
2nd Huevo
3rd El Rosa
4th Violent Kain
5th KCO Cruz, TC Real Kim
7th Chris KOF, Desmond_Kof


Part 1

Part 2

Photo Source: Kingsofco Winter Showdown 3 Facebook

Tokido: If only I can continue to play a favorite game, I will surely continue to play KOFXIII

Pro gamer MCZ| Tokido recently spoke with 4 gamer on a variety of topics.  In particular he spoke about his thoughts on KOFXIII:

“If only I can continue to play a favorite game, I think I would surely continue to play KOF XIII even now. But I have the feeling that we have to increase the playerbase, but we were unable to convert them. We have recently seen fewers players for the game.  In such an environment, to continue playing would be purely for fun, but it is unsustainable for a professional gamer. So it becomes just a hobby.”

He also spoke about Chile’s Misterio:

I was shocked by the playstyle of Chile’s giant Misterio. In KOF XIII it is easy to change characters, so everyone gravitates towards the stronger characters like Mr. Karate and flame Iori.  The characters Misterio plays are not as strong, such as King and Yuri.  It is very difficult to pull off the his techniques.  His greatness is easy to see even just by watching.  I was forced to reflect on myself “I think this should have been the correct way.

Source: 4gamer via Kof Koucha

Dream Cancel KOFXIII Steam Battle #14 Results

We couldn’t grab a screencap of how many players were exactly in the chat room but we estimate around 15 to 20!

To check out the scores, visit the forum thread where they are posted:

1.) TheSh1ning: 7 wins (256 PlayKOF points)
2.) TKC|ON Vicio: 6 wins (128 PlayKOF points)
3.) CRAZEH246: 5 wins (64 PlayKOF points)
4.) Good Loser, zenkeeee, djsiegfried: 4 wins (32 PlayKOF points)
5.) besteboyjr, El Matador, RekterinoInNektarino, revolver31, Chintrick: 2 wins (16 PlayKOF points)
6.) desmond_kof, thec0r3, ASReynald: 1 win (8 PlayKOF points)

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