- Listening for inputs.
From what I noticed, alot more people are doing this now, its something that wouldn’t exist on “Head 2 Head” set ups, this might not sound like a big deal but please consider Head 2 Head set ups.
- Having to listen to distractions from the other player(such as inputs).
Its scrubby but some players will flare their arms all about making a ton of noise that would otherwise be unseen in the corner of your eye or be just a mumble. Some players take advantage of this so please consider.
- Hand watching.
Some people do this, it wouldn’t exist on Head 2 Head set ups.
- EVO should be equal conditions for all players.
People travel from far…and to deal with BS like the above 3 reasons suck donkey balls. Head 2 Head also lets opponents have time to cool down so they can at least COUGH look at the other person when its over. Leave on a better note with the other player and the tourny(EVO being console, it was the player’s own controls, so thats their problem, throw your joystick).
Outside the US, its almost always been this way, its starting to pick up in American tournies and I definetly think an event as large as EVO should have this feature.
Set ups would resemble a cafeteria table with TVs facing opposite sides, both players on each side. To run a clothe/board between them would be optional.
You’d need a TV with video out or a vcr, even a couple set ups would be good
C mon guys, its trendy. i m new, don t flame me:confused: