The Ryan and Pherai Show

ryan.ryan. Joined: Posts: 1,918
Hello everyone! I hope everyone is doing well! It's been great to see the support of 3rd Strike around the world, and we believe it's time to do our part too.

Pherai has recently relocated to Tokyo, Japan on a soul searching (or gloryhole searching) journey. We had the great idea of starting something 3rd Strike related, and we settled on starting a 3rd Strike stream on twitch.tv! We are still in the early process of deciding what kind of format we will do, but we hope to play 3rd strike (with possible special guests) and have discussions about 3rd Strike.

If anyone has some suggestions for what we should do or focus on, let us know!

We hope to make this a weekly stream.

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We have the streaming equipment, but we are still working out the small bugs. I look forward to seeing you guys when we start!

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  • FalzziFalzzi Too weird to live, too rare to die Joined: Posts: 167
    ryan. wrote: »
    If anyone has some suggestions for what we should do or focus on, let us know!

    Make sure your streaming setup is solid and both of you can be heard. I remember the podcast you guys did had some audio issues which kinda ruined the otherwise great content. As far as actual content for the stream I'd like to see you guys do more than just play casuals, maybe a section/day dedicated to analyzing some of the japanese 3s footage could be something new and different if done correctly. No idea if watching other people watch match vids is intresting to anybody else, just my 2 cents :smokin: Good luck with the stream doods

    "Finland?!?!? Is that even a real place?!?"
    -John D. Rockufera
    I see 3rd strike as moving form of meditation. When you're sparring or drilling techniques, you can't think of anything else.
  • IglooBobIglooBob Bob the builder Joined: Posts: 4,039
    suggestions for topics:

    fuck bad boy
    TFC predictions
    have the French players over as special guests
    Super Mario Maker expert and super expert levels while drunk
    Ryan and Pherai answer questions sent in advance
    interview Japanese players who speak English

    also make sure you turn the option on where it saves your archives for people to watch later (not sure how you do that)
  • WTF-AKUMA-HAXWTF-AKUMA-HAX BLACK-GOKU-HAX Joined: Posts: 18,024
    Things I wanna hear

    Helpful Tips to become a great DRUNK Strike player (3RD BEER YA'LL?)

    Beers in the frame picture of the camera at all times,
    with your favorite Japanese beers and quality picks.

    Pherai's KKZ in the parking lot story and how its even better than Japanese people on the street throwing up over there after only SUPER ART 2-3 BEERS
    1999 = "A Game with Parries isn't Street Fighter"
    2016 = "Releasing a Complete Game isn't Street Fighter"
    You wouldn't even understand if I told you.
    People will forget what you said.
    People will forget what you did.
    But, people will never forget how you made them feel.

  • PerthoPertho The Runed One Joined: Posts: 22,366 mod
    Who is the biggest fuccboi in 3S?

    What does SGGK really stand for?

    If you have to play a game other than third strike, why is it that you won't?

    Can Renic be trusted even though he is a ginger?
    Ronin Chaos on Pertho:

    "Oh, Pertho. You complete me."
    jimmy1200 wrote: »
    pertho attacked me first, saying i get all my life tips from 106th and park.
  • WTF-AKUMA-HAXWTF-AKUMA-HAX BLACK-GOKU-HAX Joined: Posts: 18,024
    this is the 3rd strike forum
    not the characters in your sig forum.
    1999 = "A Game with Parries isn't Street Fighter"
    2016 = "Releasing a Complete Game isn't Street Fighter"
    You wouldn't even understand if I told you.
    People will forget what you said.
    People will forget what you did.
    But, people will never forget how you made them feel.

  • TebboTebbo Play. Joined: Posts: 5,711
    nice.
    gl pherai. hope you find what you're looking for on the other side of the planet.
    Play more.
  • wargreymonwargreymon Joined: Posts: 197
    I just want to watch high level matches. Haven't seen much new ones in a long time
  • -=KOH=--=KOH=- In Japan Joined: Posts: 1,572
    You should do a segment where we run a set as a sort of "how not to play 3s PSA"
    All the way in the back of the food stamp line.
  • pootnanniespootnannies mr. negative Joined: Posts: 3,165
    what happened to Dirty music?
    good luck with the stream guys.


    “... keep an open mind, but not so open your brains fall out.”

    psn: pootnannies
    ggpo: whodat?
    CFN: JawnPolygon
  • ryan.ryan. Joined: Posts: 1,918
    Falzzi wrote: »
    ryan. wrote: »
    If anyone has some suggestions for what we should do or focus on, let us know!

    Make sure your streaming setup is solid and both of you can be heard. I remember the podcast you guys did had some audio issues which kinda ruined the otherwise great content. As far as actual content for the stream I'd like to see you guys do more than just play casuals, maybe a section/day dedicated to analyzing some of the japanese 3s footage could be something new and different if done correctly. No idea if watching other people watch match vids is intresting to anybody else, just my 2 cents :smokin: Good luck with the stream doods

    Thanks man. We will look into the audio issue, but a mixer is expensive. We are doing this just for fun, but hopefully we can upgrade everything eventually.
  • ryan.ryan. Joined: Posts: 1,918
    IglooBob wrote: »
    suggestions for topics:

    fuck bad boy
    TFC predictions
    have the French players over as special guests
    Super Mario Maker expert and super expert levels while drunk
    Ryan and Pherai answer questions sent in advance
    interview Japanese players who speak English

    also make sure you turn the option on where it saves your archives for people to watch later (not sure how you do that)

    I'm positive drunk Mario maker would be a hit. That fuckin wii u is overpriced though.
  • ryan.ryan. Joined: Posts: 1,918
    what happened to Dirty music?
    good luck with the stream guys.

    He played at pre-Coop last year.

    Thanks man.
  • pootnanniespootnannies mr. negative Joined: Posts: 3,165
    edited July 2016
    just wanted to say i watched the archive of the test stream and it was pretty good. my only suggestion would be to turn down the game audio because i couldn't always hear what you were saying and Urien's unblockables can be a pain in the ass, especially knowing which way to parry towards.


    “... keep an open mind, but not so open your brains fall out.”

    psn: pootnannies
    ggpo: whodat?
    CFN: JawnPolygon
  • R_V_NR_V_N Joined: Posts: 28
    I'd like to hear thoughts from you guys and the Jap players about reaching or approaching their 30s, and how that has made it harder to find time for 3rd strike... on top of dealing with other things such as life, work, marriage and responsibilities. How has each person dealt with it?
  • FalzziFalzzi Too weird to live, too rare to die Joined: Posts: 167
    The test stream looked great and the only problem was that the in-game audio was a bit high like @pootnannies mentioned.
    "Finland?!?!? Is that even a real place?!?"
    -John D. Rockufera
    I see 3rd strike as moving form of meditation. When you're sparring or drilling techniques, you can't think of anything else.
  • FalzziFalzzi Too weird to live, too rare to die Joined: Posts: 167
    ryan. wrote: »
    Pilot episode is done! Check it out on twitch or on my YouTube.
    Thanks to all the viewers.

    Everything worked just fine on the technical side and the matches were enjoyable aswell. Nice to see that you guys uploaded it on YT with the twitch archives not working for some people properly (me included :sad:). As much as I like seeing the pheraiGOD gouki is there a chance you guys could maybe invite some of the japanese players for some on-stream games in the future? Anyways keep up the good work guys!



    "Finland?!?!? Is that even a real place?!?"
    -John D. Rockufera
    I see 3rd strike as moving form of meditation. When you're sparring or drilling techniques, you can't think of anything else.
  • IbokiIboki Joined: Posts: 209
    good first ep. decent time slot but it was on july 4th. had fun watching and looking forward to future stuff.
  • Yuri_AcTNYuri_AcTN All the best things are collectives. Joined: Posts: 1,174
    Just got finish watching the pilot episode, and I have to say that I've enjoyed every second of it. You guys actually gave me a reason to use my Twitch account again.
    Twitter: @YuriAkushon | XBL: Yuri Action
  • ryan.ryan. Joined: Posts: 1,918
    edited July 2016
    Falzzi wrote: »
    ryan. wrote: »
    Pilot episode is done! Check it out on twitch or on my YouTube.
    Thanks to all the viewers.

    Everything worked just fine on the technical side and the matches were enjoyable aswell. Nice to see that you guys uploaded it on YT with the twitch archives not working for some people properly (me included :sad:). As much as I like seeing the pheraiGOD gouki is there a chance you guys could maybe invite some of the japanese players for some on-stream games in the future? Anyways keep up the good work guys!



    That is in the works. Currently, our stream times will be Tuesday and Thursday in the early afternoon. It's a little difficult to get people to come in the middle of the day in the middle of the week. Hopefully in the future we can expand to weekends. The only problem is that it will probably be in the evening (Japan time) which will end up being extremely early in the States.


    We are planning to stream tomorrow (July 6th 9:00PM PST). Please tune in!
  • -=KOH=--=KOH=- In Japan Joined: Posts: 1,572
    Second episode was fun guys, keep goin.
    All the way in the back of the food stamp line.
  • ryan.ryan. Joined: Posts: 1,918
    We'll be live again Monday evening at 9:00pm PST! Tune in for some 3rd Strike and laughs!
  • ryan.ryan. Joined: Posts: 1,918
    Going live Wednesday at 9:00pm PST!!

    This time, we're going to try and do some match analysis and commentary. If you have any vids for us to analyze or want some constructive criticism, please post some links!
  • ryan.ryan. Joined: Posts: 1,918
    Be live in 10!
  • ryan.ryan. Joined: Posts: 1,918
    Tune in today (7/27) at 9pm PST!! We'll be live!
  • ryan.ryan. Joined: Posts: 1,918
    Going LIVE!
  • -=KOH=--=KOH=- In Japan Joined: Posts: 1,572
    edited July 2016
    <3 <3 Thanks for tuning in a checking out my sexy mug on Ryan's stream.
    All the way in the back of the food stamp line.
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