My point was, Ultra 1 hits from basically anywhere and is almost always a suprise to the other player. If I’m down at the end of the match against a fireball character for eample, and the other player already knows how to deal with my ranged pokes, ultra 1 may be the only way to win.
I know how to play, I know how to use Vega.
Despite what you guys are saying, I think as someone who hasn’t invested years into using a balltop, a bat top will make a slight difference in the long run. Obviously to a practice player who hits it every time, it won’t matter, but the grip and non-circular angles will allow for better speed and accuracy while hitting the corners, making BHC more usable on reaction.
If you think about it, it really doesn’t make sense that the joystick standard is a balltop, the design is fundamentally flawed. None of you are going to agree with me, because like you guys said, it doesn’t really matter once you’re practiced, it’s just a pointless addition to the learning curve IMO.
It’s a smooth ball that’s too small which turns at the stick. Maybe it’s just my big sweaty hands lol…
Edit: @ Francy, I realize that, but I think I should be able to rush it if the match calls for it.
Edit 2: Another quick question, on my marvel stick, both the balltop and the actual stick are spinning seperately, is that suppose to happen? I don’t recall seeing that on any of my past sticks.