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    fighting games

    so does anyone here play fighting games like street fighter?
    i love fighting games although im not really good at them

    but sometimes i hate them especially tager...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BFlThDX_xlQ

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    RE: fighting games

    Guilty Gear x2 Reload ! I think is a nice Game
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wneMdNs6yNs

    And BlazeBlue definetly you need to play if you like fight games !
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tz-F1jHBbWE





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    RE: fighting games

    Now you're speaking my language. Fighting games have always been by my side because of their accessibility. You don't have to get involved with the game, if you don't feel like it. You can just have a quick blast to pass a short amount of time. That, and they make for the best (offline) multiplayer games in my opinion. Anyway, here are some of my favourites, in no particular order. As you'll see from my picks, I kind of prefer 3D fighters over the 2D ones. That's just me, though.

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    If I absolutely HAD to choose a favourite out of those, it would likely be either or the Tekken games, with Virtua Fighter 5 not far behind them. Tobal 2 is a Japanese exclusive game, which is a shame, because it actually improves on everything from the first game, which was released worldwide. Rival Schools is another overlooked gem. I haven't played it in quite some time, though, so I think that might be my next game to play. Some of you are probably wondering about the lack of Street Fighter II and SoulCalibur, and probably some others, so I'll clear it up. I honestly never really cared about either of those series that much. Don't ask me why, I just kind of turn a blind eye to them. That's not to say I haven't at least played them, though. I included Alpha 3, because it was a good handheld game, and that goes hand in hand (no pun intended... no really) with the accessibility I mentioned earlier.

    Honourable Mentions:

    DBZ: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 (PS2)
    M.U.G.E.N. (PC)
    Mortal Kombat II (Megadrive/Genesis)
    Marvel VS Capcom (Dreamcast)

    Also, something to add. Almost everyone you meet is cack at fighting games. I think that has something to do with the decline of their mainstream popularity. I've pretty much always played them, though, so I'm not afraid to say that I could murk most people on Tekken, unless you're a jammy, button mashing b*****d. You get those hardcore Street Fighter players, though, who go to tournaments and stuff. I've never met any of them in real life, and to me they are the fighting game equivalent of the obsessive WoW nerds. I've played a few people like that online, and they suck the fun out of the game, by taking it way too seriously.

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    RE: fighting games

    DragonBall z Is the best fighting game !





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    RE: fighting games

    I've been playing a lot of Mortal Kombat fairly recently. Both the original trilogy and the recent game, often called Mortal Kombat 9. (But it's actual title is simply "Mortal Kombat".) Whilst I enjoy playing them, the online modes make me rage. On Mortal Kombat 1-3, the opponents you'll often face are simply very skilled. They play Mortal Kombat very frequently. It's like playing against Super Smash Bros. players who dedicate their gaming lives to the game, and it's a little intimidating when you play it casually and you enjoy many other games too. Then there's the final bosses such as Shao Khan.

    But what really irritated me lately was Mortal Kombat 9 online. Granted, it's a great game and I've had some decent fights. But a lot of gamers aren't even very good at it, but they win because they choose the cheapest characters of all. Probably one of the worst is "Ermac". He has some kind of psychkinectic abilities, and as a result players can hurl you about from the other side of the arena. It's very easy to be caught off guard and players use him a lot. It's the ultimate form of cowardice. If you're going to fight, walk up to me instead of using pussy moves from ten metres away.
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    RE: fighting games

    I personally like the soul calibur series. Can't say too much about the newer games but I definitely love soul calibur 2. The character customization is a fun feature as well. Loved that you could play as link from the legend of zelda haha.

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    RE: fighting games

    Quote Originally Posted by lloydSSJ4
    Now you're speaking my language. Fighting games have always been by my side because of their accessibility. You don't have to get involved with the game, if you don't feel like it. You can just have a quick blast to pass a short amount of time. That, and they make for the best (offline) multiplayer games in my opinion. Anyway, here are some of my favourites, in no particular order. As you'll see from my picks, I kind of prefer 3D fighters over the 2D ones. That's just me, though.


    If I absolutely HAD to choose a favourite out of those, it would likely be either or the Tekken games, with Virtua Fighter 5 not far behind them. Tobal 2 is a Japanese exclusive game, which is a shame, because it actually improves on everything from the first game, which was released worldwide. Rival Schools is another overlooked gem. I haven't played it in quite some time, though, so I think that might be my next game to play. Some of you are probably wondering about the lack of Street Fighter II and SoulCalibur, and probably some others, so I'll clear it up. I honestly never really cared about either of those series that much. Don't ask me why, I just kind of turn a blind eye to them. That's not to say I haven't at least played them, though. I included Alpha 3, because it was a good handheld game, and that goes hand in hand (no pun intended... no really) with the accessibility I mentioned earlier.

    Honourable Mentions:

    DBZ: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 (PS2)
    M.U.G.E.N. (PC)
    Mortal Kombat II (Megadrive/Genesis)
    Marvel VS Capcom (Dreamcast)

    Also, something to add. Almost everyone you meet is cack at fighting games. I think that has something to do with the decline of their mainstream popularity. I've pretty much always played them, though, so I'm not afraid to say that I could murk most people on Tekken, unless you're a jammy, button mashing b*****d. You get those hardcore Street Fighter players, though, who go to tournaments and stuff. I've never met any of them in real life, and to me they are the fighting game equivalent of the obsessive WoW nerds. I've played a few people like that online, and they suck the fun out of the game, by taking it way too seriously.
    yeah players who take the game too seriously do ruin the game for everyone and button mashers too when i played marvel vs capcom 3 i was put against a team of sentinels and projectile spamming was ridiculous..



    [quote=Kokirininja]
    I personally like the soul calibur series. Can't say too much about the newer games but I definitely love soul calibur 2. The character customization is a fun feature as well. Loved that you could play as link from the legend of zelda haha.

    soul calibur is awesome too bad the newest game in the series removed almost all of the fan favorite characters



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    RE: fighting games

    fighting games

    Tekken and I have been friends for quite a while.
    King and Armor King have been some of my oldest favorite characters.
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    This was a good idea Mantis.

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    RE: fighting games

    Cool, Asher. My favourite character is Kazuya, and pretty much always has been. Tekken is probably one of the very few series that I have owned every game from at some point or other.

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    RE: fighting games

    Armour King is my fighter of choice in Tekken.
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