I’m in C now for whatever reason and finally out of Mash-City but my main weaknesses go far beyond meter management. I don’t know any strings so the likes of Helena etc. can basically just do whatever they want against me because I don’t know when they hit high or low. I’m free to Bayman leg grab or grapplers in general. My Hold success quote is probably 5% or something and I always feel like I’m the one getting mixed up after landing a knockdown and not the other way around.
Basically I’m coming into this like other people did when DOA2 came out. But those people have about 20 years of experience with their characters now. And I have none really. I played DOA5 for 20 hours or so and that was it.
I’m not complaining, I know that’s just the way it is with 3D fighters. But I think that’s a big accessibility problem of those games, no matter how easy the combos are and how good the tutorial is.