Tessius, post: 6852492, member: 10916 wrote:
If anything brings out the salt, it's gonna be Double.
Sensei Rouzu, post: 6855618, member: 16899 wrote:
I wish I could get some.
Jiavin, post: 6850781, member: 25836 wrote:
I don't think I'm going to get any hatemail for this game, mostly because I stink SO much online. After being perfected 6 times in a row today (and these were my first matches online), I don't think I'm ever going to get good enough to encourage people to send hatemail. At any rate, I'll probably get morale-reducing hatemail, if that's even possible.
Hellfromabove, post: 6860092, member: 809 wrote:
I send messages to people, but only if they do dumb shit. Like, if they try to duck me or if they win one game finally then leave and don't let me get my revenge. Also, the one I hate the most, when I wait like 10 min for someone to join my unranked game then they play me for like three games and leave. Gets me ragin'.
Smedwicks, post: 6866762, member: 57828 wrote:
I had a guy tell me to learn to combo with my ZONING/KEEPAWAY Peacock and that I was spamming and not zoning.
...Still wondering about that one.
Arachnofiend, post: 6867384, member: 63086 wrote:
Generally if you are close enough to your opponent to combo you've fucked up.
Still nice to know those Charlie Brown loops for clutch situations/fighting other Peacocks, though.
ShinMoo, post: 6857068, member: 8983 wrote:
I guess the only hatemail i may have gotten was a "REALLY!?" after dood invited me to a room and i beat him 15+ in a row.
*turns on xbox*
I lied. he also sent "All my whiffed throws. all your lucky 50/50s. ugh" i guess its more fustration-mail. i dunno nor care
Daquiri, post: 6879409, member: 38416 wrote:
Hey everybody I presnt to you the return of CaButler
The attitude of a true champion, encounter difficulty...........then quit
Broken Loose, post: 6878486, member: 6933 wrote:
That was actually me. I was having a really shitty day where nothing was going my way (you were always just out of range for my throw resets, you always guessed correctly on my mixups and I always guessed incorrectly on yours, but our fundamentals and damage output were about the same otherwise). I believe that REALLY was when I whiffed 9 or so throws in a row and it was just starting to occur to me that Filia's normals always push the opponent out of her throw range.
Also, you were winning 9 to 6, not 15 to 0.
For me, SF4 got fighting games backward - combos are supposed to be easy and reversals are supposed to be hard.-Mike_Z
worldjem7, post: 6893990, member: 8433 wrote:
Man, what is up with the XBL people? The closest thing to hatemail I got was someone complaining that I was using multiple characters. Saying things like "you're scared to play 1 on 1, you NEED 3 pple to win" after which I kindly explained to him what SkullGirls is all about. He said "I know that, but let's just see what happens."
So I played him in 1v1 and beat him, then he left.
Everything else has been like "man your fortune has great abare!" or "sick resets!"
I'm also starting to regularly send "ggs" messages after I play FT10 with people. lol
People are mostly very humble and it's very refreshing.
worldjem7, post: 6900812, member: 8433 wrote:
Nah, it's just that SkullGirls is so BS-free that it's hard to be salty about anything. If you lose it's because you didn't play well enough, not because of shitty matchups or BS that you can't do anything about.