Yeah, so I have a roomate now, and Asian. And one day, he came home from work and he saw me practicing CvS2, and he challenged me to some rounds. It ended at something like 27-0, and he was amazed by A-groove combos and such. He wants to learn how to play. Now I let him know that it’s not going to be an overnight thing, and that he has to consistently practice and play people superior to him in order for him to play better (also need to know where I can get a good controller converter for X-box, cause I suck on a stick:confused: so we can get on X-box live eventually). But he’s more than willing. Matter of fact, he’s addicted to most fighting game aspects except the games themselves. Street Fighter posters, GG wallpapers, you name it, he probably has.
So I already know to teach him to be able to do motions consistently, you know, beginners shit, but other than that, could sombody help me organize a teacher’s guide of sorts? We’re starting off with CvS2, but I dunno if that’s a good game to start off on, as he may become to reliant on certain aspects like rolling, and if that happens, he may not transition well onto other games, so that’s why I need SRK’s help to learn the best way to teach this kid.