Luke and I will be hosting a very special Multitoad Fight Night next weekend on Saturday, January 31st. The streaming event will begin with a 1v1 showdown of sorts and continue on through the night with various other modes (2v2 online, free-for-all for fun, etc.) assuming Nintendo’s servers allow it. We also have a couple custom game modes up our sleeve such as our Rage in the Cage map. Toward the later hours we’ll be open to switching up games. We’re open to any suggestions from the community there.

There will be challenges, drinking games, and a lot of fun. If you know anyone who might find this sort of thing entertaining, please share this flyer we created for the event with them and remember to join us on twitch.tv/multitoad at 9PM ET on Saturday next weekend.

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About The Author

John

John is a full-time web developer who writes and streams for multitoad.com. He started Multitoad with Luke "Yogzula" VanTrieste. John loves multiplayer gaming, his wife (known around the site as Queenie), his dog (Marble), horror movies, and sitting down with a nice craft beer. If you want to contact the author of this post, feel free to do so on the community forums.

13 Responses

    • John Lusky
      John Lusky

      Much appreciated, my friend. We’ll have your stream on while we get set up for sure.

      Reply
  1. Whitemoon
    Whitemoon

    I’d like to get in on this, however I am new to Wii U and don’t know how to make friends :(

    Reply
  2. PhantomShadowz
    PhantomShadowz

    I made a quick easy overlay for the stream. PM me with an e-mail address and I’ll fire it to you.

    Reply
    • John Lusky
      John Lusky

      You can send it to info@multitoad.com. Thanks! We don’t have everything like that nailed down yet so I’m not sure if we’re going to make our own but if we use yours we will certainly give you credit and a shout out.

      Reply
  3. yume

    My body is ready. I would definitely like to see a diversified game roster though. I hope that after Luke roughs up John enough in Smash that they will move to something else. However, I’m not sure what would work well. Games like Mario Party are always better with a full squad. 2D fighting games can be amusing to watch amateurs play — confused button mashing is always funny, especially when it somehow succeeds. I would certainly not suggest a game in which one party has significantly more experience — e.g. L4D2 1v1 or something of that sort, as Luke would have a remarkable advantage.

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    • John Lusky
      John Lusky

      “I hope that after Luke roughs up John enough in Smash that they will move to something else.”

      Almost spit coffee on my screen I was laughing so hard at this.

      I think Worms: Armageddon will definitely happen at some point. We’re also considering playing through a classic side-scrolling brawler game. Playing a 2D fighter we both suck at is also a good idea. I suppose it’s most entertaining to watch if you’re either laughably bad at the game or on a pro-level.

      If you guys think of any specific games, keep in mind we’ve got a Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC to work with.

      Reply
    • John Lusky
      John Lusky

      Do you have Smash for Wii U? You might be able to jump on and play with us at some point. I’ve never tried it before but I’m assuming if we have your Nintendo ID we can invite you to some games.

      Reply
  4. Whitemoon
    Whitemoon

    Yessir, think my nintendo ID is “Herohom” might have to check on it later though.

    Reply

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