I've thought about how we could drum up interest for a more competitive 3rd Gen scene using PC, and outside of exhibitions and tournaments, it might just be easier to just make a thread or people to post their videos for the game.
For a recap, here is a guide to setting up the game:
And here is a packaged version with all of the parts unlocked:
Confirmed Players and their Youtubes:
How to get a match:
Post here when you are hosting a room, and post the Hamachi IP for the room. Other players can then add themselves to the Hamachi room and play there. Each room can have a max of 5 people, I think, and once you're in the room you can open in-game lobbies just as if you were on the same server for FA or VD's free battle.
If someone wants to pay the cost for a dedicated server, we can have a 24/7 server online for people to always jump into, instead of having to exchange room IP information.
How to Record
Use OBS or other screen recording software. I haven't done this yet, but BusterTBM or YoungmasterDX can probably outline how to do it in detail.
As a competitive league, keeping tracks of W/L records and posting videos would be extremely easy. This is the big advantage that Last Raven Portable has over ACFA or ACVD as a competitive game, aside from also expanding into the PC gaming community. We might be able to set up a competitive league, possibly with prizes, as a reward for submitting videos and having high w/l records.