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Airk, post: 6499883, member: 22498 wrote:
Word on the street is that Extend comes with all the CS2 colors/announcers, but that you have to unlock them by playing Abyss mode.
Andarel, post: 6506443, member: 19412 wrote:
At least in the Japanese extend, all characters are unlocked but extras - most notably, the second page of colors - are unlocked by playing the game.
Announcers are straight-up DLC though.
AxLegitxLegend, post: 6570266, member: 63716 wrote:
I haven't touched the online yet, however my PSN is the same as my username and I'd like to play with someone who knows their stuff. I was decent at the original game, for the Xbox 360. I would like to practice Bang, Ragna and Noel. Possibly get some tips and stuff, have someone who plays regularly-ish at nights, Eastern Time perhaps?
AnneIFrank, post: 6723865, member: 63866 wrote:
Decided SFxT is too poorly balanced, so I grabbed BB and fell in love.
My question is how is this game generally played at a higher level? My execution is good so I hit up dustloop and grabbed combos and all that, but that means jack shit since I have to actually play the game on top of that. I was told that this game comes down to tons of oki and the such and was just wondering if that's true.
Krusiv, post: 6724017, member: 54165 wrote:
Prepare to block. A lot. In gg/bb its best to just take the oki instead of trying to beat out your opponent's buttons every time. Of course there's some differences depending on which character you are playing. Who do you use?
AnneIFrank, post: 6724047, member: 63866 wrote:
I always tend to play waifus hence I have a huge crush on Noel -_-
I was a 3000 pp ish Sakura in SF4 series (before I quit and lost it all) so that's my biggest background to go off of. I've played pretty much every capcom game at a decent level and started KOF when it dropped so know that pretty well. I dabbled in CS1 but was too busy with SF until this point.
So is pressing buttons bad in general for wake up?