This is a very clear oversight on Nintendo’s part, not a legitimate change folks can adapt to. It’s like making blocking in Street Fighter V fail 75% of the time.
Yeah, he had an incredible weekend! Always happy to see someone new at the top of the results.
Play a different game.
Agreed. It’s a really cool controller but I don’t think it’s beneficial to the degree that it will make arcade sticks and pads obsolete. Just another method for folks to get comfortable with fighting games, which is always a plus.
Completely forgot about this, thank you for the reminder!
Everyone who plays video games knows what a hit box is. It literally has nothing to do with the story.
I know what a hitbox is. My point was that hit box controllers are called hit boxes because the first company to get big with them is named Hit Box, even if they aren’t actually made by Hit Box. Kinda like how Kleenex has become a catch-all term for tissues.
No, only two. Caba and Crossover, both from the Dominican Republic, qualified but the latter’s spot went to Pikoro from Peru due to visa issues.
He’s very popular in the fighting game community.
My apologies, got the character order mixed up.
SNK has been pretty open to their characters appearing in other games, so slightly more possible now than ever before, but it’s hard to put any trust in Capcom’s fighting game division at the moment.
It takes a ridiculously long time to definitively figure out who is “the best” and “the worst.” The tier lists we’re seeing have come after a relatively minuscule time with the game and are painted entirely by personal opinion, the region(s) in which players compete, and about a million other factors.
counterpoint: oh yes
I almost went with that but was worried most folks wouldn’t understand. Lots of great fighting game players in the DMV, though!
I can’t speak too in-depth on this but there were still issues. Many thought Bayonetta was a huge problem, for example. Some took to booing Bayonetta players and a bunch even walked out of the Evo grand finals because it was a mirror match (or a “ditto” in Smash terminology).
I’m pretty sure folks are okay with using any stage as long as it adheres to the Final Destination and Battlefield layouts...
We already saw this happen in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. The developers released periodic patches to address certain things but not as much as, say, Capcom and Bandai Namco do for Street Fighter and Tekken. This new game is a little too young to be having those kinds of discussions but it’s definitely something to…
The scariest thing about SonicFox is that, yes, he’s naturally gifted, but he also grinds shit out. He has that incredible awareness in every game he plays that only comes from a ton of practice. That’s what makes him unstoppable.
He’s living his best life and making crazy amounts of money playing fighting games. Hating on that seems a lot more “cringe” to me.