yes, exactly that experience was intimidating.
were I a complete beginner and had lost to him, I wouldnt mind, since I wouldnt understand what was happening anyway.
But at this stage I can grasp some things and this was really an experience I had never seen before.
ironically the day before, Balcork was playing against a player named Afro Legends Jr. Dont know if it was the same player as AfroLegends, but he was beaten 40 games straight (his Vega vs Honda).
Afro then switched to Cammy and dominated even more for a while.
it felt like playing football with a professional team. even at lower ranked leagues, you’ll loose 25-1
since now I injured my shoulder due to tendonitis, I’ll return at fighters probably after summer holidays anyway…
Hey guys, I was checking out some music sites and found this short documentary on videogame music’s influence on western artists, halfway into the video they go straight to Street Fighter 2’s music and it’s influence, it has some neat stuff and if you’re a fan of Flying Lotus, Thundercat, Oh No, Dizzee Rascal, Ladyhawke, etc… you may find something interesting here (also there’s a cool story in there from the composer about how Blanka’s theme was conceived). It’s episode 3.
i play very often on GGPO and never usually find myself waiting longer than 5 min for someone to match with. when i do, they are usually very friendly as well. on supercade, it’s mostly third strike that people seem to play from the little bit i’ve used it.
GGPO works really well, i’ve been having matches with my brother in thailand and they’ve been surprisingly smooth. im the US and most players in japan seem to be pretty lag-free as well. the way GGPO works, i don’t really understand, but it does a good job of hiding the lag that must be there. i’d recommend it