BadIntent, post: 7576344, member: 58968 wrote:
If 12 additional characters, a free Capcom-run tournament with huge prize support including a CAR can't get people to play then you sure as hell better believe a "balance" patch won't suddenly make people jump back on.
RagingRay, post: 7576523, member: 70429 wrote:
Bwahaha so guys i learned even more Hwoarang mixups, even my mixups have mixups now , also i wish this game had a top players list like the ssf4 jap arcades do, so i can be one of the top ranked hwoarang players and make it official lol
RagingRay, post: 7577037, member: 70429 wrote:
man i wish new york didnt despise this game soo much i would enter EVERYTHING lol
SUPARNOVAX, post: 7577052, member: 2393 wrote:
I swear everyone's a closet SFxT lover.
I need a new SFxT team. Getting demolished online because Nina and Law doesn't have great damage together.
SolidRose, post: 7576020, member: 69872 wrote:
Completely off topic, this kind of has nothing to do with SFXT at all but....
I'm trying to move two video files from my computer to my external hard-drive (you know for back-up purposes just in case my computer breaks again like last time) but for some reason I can't move two, 4GB sized files onto a 500GB External Hard drive because my operating system, Windows 7, states that:
'The Destination of the file is too big' or some message like that. Despite my external hard-drive having a good 400+GB free space.
So I was wondering, what can I do to get these two, 4GB files onto my external hard-drive?
RagingRay, post: 7577137, member: 70429 wrote:
guess what guys, Jibbo won with NO jab pressure, or NO time outs! lmaoooo my sides!!!!
SUPARNOVAX, post: 7577150, member: 2393 wrote:
I'm thinking Law/King or something silly. I want a versatile point char, tag in someone to wipe the floor and then get out.
HunterSFL, post: 7577199, member: 2588 wrote:
Heh, if you want a versatile point character, I don't think you wanna be playing Law on point. I used to think Law was a good point character just by the virtues of good footsies, and the sheer amounts of meter he builds. But now that I know more characters, I see that he really is limited in certain aspects, and if you can't work with those limitations, he's better suited for anchor. I think he can still work as point, but you have to accept his weaknesses and play around them. In other words, you kind of have to play a little over-aggressive to force your footsies and avoid jump ins. This is perfectly fine, but is by no means "versatile," which is why I'm bringing it up.
Overall, I think Law's pressure is better than his neutral game, which is again why I think he's better suited as anchor. But, he's one of those chars, like Jin for instance, that can be played in either slot, if your other character is more "forced" into a slot. Your idea for Law/King is a perfect example.
Lord_Raptor, post: 7576202, member: 16179 wrote:
Don't let that stop you, use it as more motivation to get better and I'm pretty sure people will keep playing after the 25th.
And yo Norcal players, if you can come out to Bears Lair Sunday in Berkley, sessions are being setup there and we want more people for a wide varieity of games to come out.
TZA, post: 7577339, member: 64750 wrote:
Will there forsure be SFxT players?
JiBbo, post: 7577509, member: 4188 wrote:
Crowd monsters were talking about betting on time outs. Grand finals were over before they even realized. Idiots.
Bunnycap, post: 7577553, member: 56234 wrote:
I missed it.
RagingRay, post: 7577543, member: 70429 wrote:
lmao i didn't hear them say anything about time outs all i heard was people saying "wow i wanna give sfxt a chance now, that went by REALLY fast"
Bunnycap, post: 7577642, member: 56234 wrote:
What do you guys think of a Poison/Bryan team? I am currently experimenting.
The Lone Dragon, post: 7576758, member: 4398 wrote:
"Home to all of your favorite Capcom Fighting Games such as Street Fighter, Marvel vs Capcom and Street Fighter x Tekken.
Watch all of the Street Fighter 25th Global Tournaments live and stay tuned for new and exciting content!"
I don't know about y'all...but this sounds very intriguing to me. I'm gonna stick around, keep playing SFxT, and "stay tuned" for whatever Capcom has up their sleeve for this new twitch fighting game channel. Maybe they have more events in store. Maybe not. If any of y'all want to bail, go ahead. Play what you want, that's my motto.
Anyways, I'm starting to care less and less about fickle "local scenes" and "tournaments" that represent a tiny portion of the actual gaming population. A few months ago KOF13 and Skullgirls were the greatest things going, and now you barely hear about them. I wonder if P4A and DOA5 will follow suit. Hell, will TTT2 follow suit? While usually a sure fire hit, sales in Japan have thus far been substantially less than T6 in the same time period. Who knows about sales in the west. Who knows about anything in this genre anymore? Things aren't always as they seem on the surface. And, as long as Marvel is viewed as the most popular fighting game in "local scenes" and "tournaments", when it actually ISN'T the most popular fighitng game in terms of, umm, REALITY...then screw "local scenes" and "tournaments". They're fraudulent. Filled with misinformation, intolerance, and peer pressure.
Thank God for online.
But, that's the thing. It HAS. Online has been more populated since all this stuff. Plus, the price drops over the past month or so, also have increase interest in the game.
Apparently, "local scenes" and "local tournaments" are the only true indicators of interest in a given fighting game.
Says who? This isn't 2000. You don't HAVE to have a "local scene" to find people who play this game. In the year 2012, you have online. Like it or not, online is how people play video games these days.
BadIntent, post: 7577750, member: 58968 wrote:
You're right that the game can be selling a lot more copies and more people have started playing online because of the 25th. I'm really just an offline guy though, tournaments are the reason I play. So what I mean is the game still hasn't had a breakout event to get more people out to real life gatherings. I'm not even an 'old school OG' player, I play online quite a bit, but sticking to XBL as opposed to playing in real tournaments is more like giving up to me.
Intuitive2011, post: 7577870, member: 66101 wrote:
I just watched JiBbo's 'set', if we can call it that. Wow, what an ass kicking! Seeing that, hearing Huoshen say "RyRy, you just f*cked up, made me chuckle and desire this game even more! How I wish my disk didn't crack.
JiBbo, post: 7577627, member: 4188 wrote:
http://www.twitch.tv/rvafighters/b/334692655 @ 2:38:00 ish
SUPARNOVAX, post: 7577912, member: 2393 wrote:
I'm sure you won't have trouble finding a cheap copy anywhere. You can even hit up the trading outlet on SRK and maybe get away with a copy for $10 or $15 lol
Fergus2k8, post: 7578271, member: 12823 wrote:
Is it a Lili specific thing to always style?