Yannick, post: 7860475, member: 44944 wrote:
:eek: If it's one thing TZ is especially useful for, it's not-so-obvious writeups on setups, oki and character matchups.
You have to sift through tons of junk, but there are several diamonds in that proverbial rough.
KumaOso, post: 7861451, member: 13890 wrote:
It just occurred to me that Lars would fit perfectly in a mecha anime.
Thirteenthorder, post: 7860227, member: 44298 wrote:
Tekken Zaibatsu makes me feel stupid sometimes, so I just make up my own combos lol
grumpy64, post: 7862612, member: 66756 wrote:
The thing about tz is the good players kinda like to keep the good info to themselves. It's been that way for years On top of that they almost seem to lose interest in the game after a few weeks or interest in posting about it.
Dramatix, post: 7862994, member: 55248 wrote:
Why do I feel that some players are elitist towards less competent players as if they forget that they were once shitting players. I can't never post a video on a FB group I'm apart of it without someone saying, "You're really bad", "Your pressure with Nina is atrocious", "Try not to suck so much, okay? lol", "Get better! Nina's too good of a character to lose!" Some criticisms are constructive, and some are not, but then again I tend to be a punching bag for negative comments. Whatever, though some of it makes me not want to use Nina anymore if people are going to give me hell for being incompetent with an almost God-tier character. Damn, if people have a problem, pick up Nina yourself.
DashKid, post: 7864633, member: 78829 wrote:
I agree with you. You would be shocked of all the people who talk smack on the internet about tekken but in real life they are just trash and trust me I've seen it all. I been playing Tekken ever since tag 1, and have played in a bunch of tournies back in the days and some here and there today. And you would be shocked of all the people who I ran into talking mad trash online, and when I played them in tournies I ended mashing their heads in pretty bad and they didn't say one word.
You just can't let the haters get to you. Once that time comes for them to setup to the plate, you gotta show them who is boss.
Oh as for TZ post. TZ has gotten REAL soft these days. Back in the days all the legit top tier players would talk smack to each other and would do big money matches. Now its full of soft ass kids who take advise the wrong way.
LivewireX, post: 7864904, member: 51072 wrote:
I could be wrong, but I'd rather people who are soft and mistakenly take things the wrong way than 20 page bitch-fests full of smack talk and arguments.
Yannick, post: 7867084, member: 44944 wrote:
:eek: Hey guys, can we talk about how gay Nina is?
Cuz she's really fkin gay.
grumpy64, post: 7867892, member: 66756 wrote:
They don't really go around saying haha stupid scrub either. Those guys are usually scrubs themselves.
Dramatix, post: 7875107, member: 55248 wrote:
This was one of the matches where I cleared out a room and got hatemail because I kept pressuring people. The room had about six people (including me), but when this match ended there was only three left, and seeing the room leader was the loser of the match, he closed the room. Even he told me to try and fight on their level.
I did pressure, right?
p.m novaroad pilot, post: 7875184, member: 50848 wrote:
that fool needed to think
kept pressing buttons
good pressure though and combos (i dont see annas alot actually so that was cool to look at)
he needed to jab or step
sometimes going for the big move isnt the answer
gotta work from the smaller points
if you arent a frame data monster it least learn the faster moves