berserkotaku45, post: 3912064 wrote:
i think the wii is pretty awesome for what it is. you cant compare it to 360 or ps3 because they are totally different but for what the wii aims for i think it does a good job. and it does have some great titles
zerofxi, post: 3912068 wrote:
and ryan that sucks no 1.3 oh well -_-
berserkotaku45, post: 3912066 wrote:
also, no more heros, mad world, the RE games are fun
cha are you planning on going to the barcade this saturday. if not could you give ryan my tekken ps2 stick. its the one that has the screw missing from the top middle position. if we plan on playing tvc at the barcade i have a ps2 to gamecube adapter
Rsnake91, post: 3912079 wrote:
imo i played like shit. a fucking 10game and 20 game losing streak..... that says enough how disgusted i am with myself.
berserkotaku45, post: 3912082 wrote:
i dont know about you but i've notcied that i play a lot better and win more if i go into every match with a overall game plan. depending on who and what char i am playing. if i'm playing against you or phil my main goal is to bait out SRK and punish hard and to avoid the knock down. if i'm playing a balrog my goal is to keep just enough pressure so he doesn't feel like he is controlling the whole match, bait headbutt etc.
sometimes ryan it seems like you go into a match and just wing it. you try to do what you do best without considering what you shouyld, or could be doing in order to change the tide and keep the match in your favor. after you lose a match instead of rushing into the next one just sit there and try to focus on why you lost and not like ( oh i got hit by a headbutt) but something like " why was i in that situation in the first place and what could i have done so even if he did the headbutt i would still be alive". i cant find the link for it but i watched a video by ultra david(gief) player and he broke down a match video point for point and how you should be looking at certain things.
Rsnake91, post: 3912086 wrote:
i always have winged it, everyone knows i play on reaction and execution only, basically... im random, and i dont see myself getting past that at all. im pretty much a casual player at this point now that only wants a few wins here and there then satisfied. that what i summed myself up to be, if im not learning somone's patterns or match ups within 10-20 matches there is something wrong here with me then. specially that ive been playing the same guys over and over again 2-3 times a week sometimes more. everyone is a on a differently level than me. they have changed, i haven't
Lexaen, post: 3912091 wrote:
You focus too much on looking fancy and pulling off crazy combos. You lost about 5 or 6 games to me last night because you fucked up a punish at the end of a match when a hard punch->shoryu would have been more than enough to kill me. You were like 50% on the solar plexus->c.hp->shoryu combos last night, and I punished all of the misses HARD. That combo that ended with an ex tatsu was pretty neat, I forget what it was, but you only landed that ~50% as well and when you messed it up I got a knockdown and swung the game way in my favor. I am impressed by your tech. ability and reactions for sure....but you find it necessary to try to shoryu every dash punch and turn punch that I throw out, which gets you annihilated because you essentially have to put in the motion before I do the move.
Concentrate more on simple punishes and combos that you can do 100% of the time as opposed to combos that do 30 more damage but are missed 50% of the time. I almost never (99% of the time) miss my bnb headbutt combo...even though I can do more damage by using jab jab mp headbutt, I have decided that it isn't worth the extra 40 damage because I miss it and eat a huge punish more often than not. If I do try it in a match I do it when I have a huge life lead so it doesn't matter if I miss the headbutt.
I abused headbutt because you didn't punish it well enough most of the time...so my mentality the entire night was headbutt headbutt headbutt, because when I connected one it gave me an ultra opportunity or a knockdown mixup. Your main problem is a lack of concentration and the fact that you get visibly upset when you screw something up. If I am able to see you get pissed off, you know what I'm gonna do? I'm gonna try to piss you off even more and throw you off your game. When I was connecting a bunch of jab strings I could hear you sigh+get annoyed that 'I am boxer and jab my way out of everything', so I jabbed and jabbed some more. This got into your head and made you not think about the match at hand, and ended up in missed combos and poor punishes. It's a game dude, chill out. If you don't have fun playing and get angry playing, simply don't play because it makes it less enjoyable for everyone who is playing you, and everyone who is watching. I don't enjoy making people angry.
I don't do anything magical other than look at risk vs. reward based on what my opponents most likely action would be.
When I play Ryu I barely know what the hell I am doing but I make it work because I utilize shoryu fadc, and I am able to work a grab game very well...for example: If I use solar plexus and it is blocked by you, it presents a 50-50 situation...I will either grab, or shoryu afterward. When I have 2 bars, the chance that I shoryu increases dramatically, since that is a free ultra if I delay the shoryu a few frames and catch you in a grab animation. If I delay shoryu and you block, well, then the situation is reset and I come out plus 30something chip damage.
In short: It's all about the basics, and a lot of you overlook the basics over and over again.
Also, Jug....I hate your Fei Long.
Akazukin ChaCha, post: 3912099 wrote:
need stuff brought?