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Street Fighter V or Blazblue Centralfiction

Street Fighter V
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Blazblue Centralfiction
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Street Fighter V or Blazblue Centralfiction

 
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I want to steal her thunder!
I'm still really confused about SF's new character

like what the fuck


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His eyebrows sparkling, his white beard hangs down to his chest. The thatched mats, spread outside his chise, spread softly, his splendid attos. He polishes, cross-legged, his makiri, with his eyes completely absorbed.

He is Ainu.

The god of Ainu Mosir, Ae-Oine Kamuy, descendant of Okiku-Rumi, He perishes, a living corpse. The summers day, the white sunlight, unabrushed, ends simply through his breath alone.
I'm still really confused about SF's new character

like what the fuck
Yeah not really a fan

Kind of wish it was Hugo instead


 
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I want to steal her thunder!
I'm still really confused about SF's new character

like what the fuck
Yeah not really a fan

Kind of wish it was Hugo instead
Buff Chun-li


 
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I want to steal her thunder!
I dont think theyre really trying though, until the new game


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Capcom took focus on tournaments and spectators this time with SFV, so SFV came out like accessible to everyone game, with focus on aggresive gameplay and input lag, so that prediction be more rewarding than reaction (which creates more wacky situations).

I dunno, I wouldn`t actually thought about it that hard and would bought Tekken 7
Last Edit: July 22, 2017, 04:13:54 AM by MarKhan


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Capcom took focus on tournaments and spectators this time with SFV, so SFV came out like accessible to everyone game, with focus on aggresive gameplay and input lag, so that prediction be more rewarding than reaction (which creates more wacky situations).

I dunno, I wouldn`t actually thought about it that hard and would bought Tekken 7
I don't like Tekken's movement, same reason I don't like MK.


 
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I'm still really confused about SF's new character

like what the fuck
Yeah not really a fan

Kind of wish it was Hugo instead


 
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street fighter v

pros:
+ we could play it together if you get it on PC (cause i know you don't like adding internet people on PSN)
+ it's a lot easier to get good at than most fighting games, while still being pretty fun + memes
+ largest player pool in fighting games right now besides maybe tekken
cons:
- you're supporting shitcom if you buy it
- lots and lots of DLC characters to get the full roster/experience (though characters CAN be free, if you work for them)
- silly looking gumby-on-steroids artstyle that may not appeal to everyone

blazblue:

pros
+ you like weebshit and blazblue is pretty hella on the weebshit
+ in terms of gameplay and design and mechanics, it's all-around the better fighting game
+ pretty cool stylized visuals that don't look like gumby on steroids
cons
- it's far tougher to learn and get good at, with an emphasis on lengthy combos and execution
- pretty small pool of players, and i for one do not plan on purchasing it myself
- low character diversity with insultingly bad female character designs (yes, even worse than R. Mika)

if you were looking to become a hardcore fighting game connoisseur, i would say blazblue for sure
if you just wanna play some fun fighting games casually, i would recommend SFV

so, whichever end of the spectrum you find yourself closer to
Last Edit: July 22, 2017, 08:42:49 AM by Verbatim


 
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I'm still really confused about SF's new character

like what the fuck
https://twitter.com/HiFightTH/status/887810769236054016

can you honestly say NO to this backdash animation


 
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Excuse me, I'm full of dog poison
I'm still really confused about SF's new character

like what the fuck
https://twitter.com/HiFightTH/status/887810769236054016

can you honestly say NO to this backdash animation

That's an actual character?


 
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I'm still really confused about SF's new character

like what the fuck
https://twitter.com/HiFightTH/status/887810769236054016

can you honestly say NO to this backdash animation
That's an actual character?
yee

i think he's great


 
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Excuse me, I'm full of dog poison
I'm still really confused about SF's new character

like what the fuck
https://twitter.com/HiFightTH/status/887810769236054016

can you honestly say NO to this backdash animation
That's an actual character?
yee

i think he's great

Lol that's awesome. I gotta see how he fights.


 
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Lol that's awesome. I gotta see how he fights.
YouTube


 
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Excuse me, I'm full of dog poison
Lol that's awesome. I gotta see how he fights.
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So he just hyper armors through attacks and beats people to death?


 
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So he just hyper armors through attacks and beats people to death?
basically, and has the highest health in the game

which is refreshing, because most big boy characters are just dumb grapplers

i prefer characters that take a little more finesse


 
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Excuse me, I'm full of dog poison
So he just hyper armors through attacks and beats people to death?
basically, and has the highest health in the game

which is refreshing, because most big boy characters are just dumb grapplers

i prefer characters that take a little more finesse

Bob from tekken is one of my favorite characters because he turned that paradigm on its head.


 
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So he just hyper armors through attacks and beats people to death?
basically, and has the highest health in the game

which is refreshing, because most big boy characters are just dumb grapplers

i prefer characters that take a little more finesse
The attacks where he uppercuts juggles enemies Is just so cool imo


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His eyebrows sparkling, his white beard hangs down to his chest. The thatched mats, spread outside his chise, spread softly, his splendid attos. He polishes, cross-legged, his makiri, with his eyes completely absorbed.

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The god of Ainu Mosir, Ae-Oine Kamuy, descendant of Okiku-Rumi, He perishes, a living corpse. The summers day, the white sunlight, unabrushed, ends simply through his breath alone.
street fighter v

pros:
+ we could play it together if you get it on PC (cause i know you don't like adding internet people on PSN)
+ it's a lot easier to get good at than most fighting games, while still being pretty fun + memes
+ largest player pool in fighting games right now besides maybe tekken
cons:
- you're supporting shitcom if you buy it
- lots and lots of DLC characters to get the full roster/experience (though characters CAN be free, if you work for them)
- silly looking gumby-on-steroids artstyle that may not appeal to everyone

blazblue:

pros
+ you like weebshit and blazblue is pretty hella on the weebshit
+ in terms of gameplay and design and mechanics, it's all-around the better fighting game
+ pretty cool stylized visuals that don't look like gumby on steroids
cons
- it's far tougher to learn and get good at, with an emphasis on lengthy combos and execution
- pretty small pool of players, and i for one do not plan on purchasing it myself
- low character diversity with insultingly bad female character designs (yes, even worse than R. Mika)

if you were looking to become a hardcore fighting game connoisseur, i would say blazblue for sure
if you just wanna play some fun fighting games casually, i would recommend SFV

so, whichever end of the spectrum you find yourself closer to
I want to be blazblue, but I'll probably end up SFV smh


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street fighter v

pros:
+ we could play it together if you get it on PC (cause i know you don't like adding internet people on PSN)
+ it's a lot easier to get good at than most fighting games, while still being pretty fun + memes
+ largest player pool in fighting games right now besides maybe tekken
cons:
- you're supporting shitcom if you buy it
- lots and lots of DLC characters to get the full roster/experience (though characters CAN be free, if you work for them)
- silly looking gumby-on-steroids artstyle that may not appeal to everyone

blazblue:

pros
+ you like weebshit and blazblue is pretty hella on the weebshit
+ in terms of gameplay and design and mechanics, it's all-around the better fighting game
+ pretty cool stylized visuals that don't look like gumby on steroids
cons
- it's far tougher to learn and get good at, with an emphasis on lengthy combos and execution
- pretty small pool of players, and i for one do not plan on purchasing it myself
- low character diversity with insultingly bad female character designs (yes, even worse than R. Mika)

if you were looking to become a hardcore fighting game connoisseur, i would say blazblue for sure
if you just wanna play some fun fighting games casually, i would recommend SFV

so, whichever end of the spectrum you find yourself closer to
I want to be blazblue, but I'll probably end up SFV smh
You can`t buy both?


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His eyebrows sparkling, his white beard hangs down to his chest. The thatched mats, spread outside his chise, spread softly, his splendid attos. He polishes, cross-legged, his makiri, with his eyes completely absorbed.

He is Ainu.

The god of Ainu Mosir, Ae-Oine Kamuy, descendant of Okiku-Rumi, He perishes, a living corpse. The summers day, the white sunlight, unabrushed, ends simply through his breath alone.
street fighter v

pros:
+ we could play it together if you get it on PC (cause i know you don't like adding internet people on PSN)
+ it's a lot easier to get good at than most fighting games, while still being pretty fun + memes
+ largest player pool in fighting games right now besides maybe tekken
cons:
- you're supporting shitcom if you buy it
- lots and lots of DLC characters to get the full roster/experience (though characters CAN be free, if you work for them)
- silly looking gumby-on-steroids artstyle that may not appeal to everyone

blazblue:

pros
+ you like weebshit and blazblue is pretty hella on the weebshit
+ in terms of gameplay and design and mechanics, it's all-around the better fighting game
+ pretty cool stylized visuals that don't look like gumby on steroids
cons
- it's far tougher to learn and get good at, with an emphasis on lengthy combos and execution
- pretty small pool of players, and i for one do not plan on purchasing it myself
- low character diversity with insultingly bad female character designs (yes, even worse than R. Mika)

if you were looking to become a hardcore fighting game connoisseur, i would say blazblue for sure
if you just wanna play some fun fighting games casually, i would recommend SFV

so, whichever end of the spectrum you find yourself closer to
I want to be blazblue, but I'll probably end up SFV smh
You can`t buy both?
Nah, I'm going to get the LE of whichever one because I'm a sucker for art books and statues.


 
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street fighter v

pros:
+ we could play it together if you get it on PC (cause i know you don't like adding internet people on PSN)
+ it's a lot easier to get good at than most fighting games, while still being pretty fun + memes
+ largest player pool in fighting games right now besides maybe tekken
cons:
- you're supporting shitcom if you buy it
- lots and lots of DLC characters to get the full roster/experience (though characters CAN be free, if you work for them)
- silly looking gumby-on-steroids artstyle that may not appeal to everyone

blazblue:

pros
+ you like weebshit and blazblue is pretty hella on the weebshit
+ in terms of gameplay and design and mechanics, it's all-around the better fighting game
+ pretty cool stylized visuals that don't look like gumby on steroids
cons
- it's far tougher to learn and get good at, with an emphasis on lengthy combos and execution
- pretty small pool of players, and i for one do not plan on purchasing it myself
- low character diversity with insultingly bad female character designs (yes, even worse than R. Mika)

if you were looking to become a hardcore fighting game connoisseur, i would say blazblue for sure
if you just wanna play some fun fighting games casually, i would recommend SFV

so, whichever end of the spectrum you find yourself closer to
I want to be blazblue, but I'll probably end up SFV smh
You can`t buy both?
i think she's saying she lacks the S K I L L to play anything beyond SFV


 
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He is Ainu.

The god of Ainu Mosir, Ae-Oine Kamuy, descendant of Okiku-Rumi, He perishes, a living corpse. The summers day, the white sunlight, unabrushed, ends simply through his breath alone.
street fighter v

pros:
+ we could play it together if you get it on PC (cause i know you don't like adding internet people on PSN)
+ it's a lot easier to get good at than most fighting games, while still being pretty fun + memes
+ largest player pool in fighting games right now besides maybe tekken
cons:
- you're supporting shitcom if you buy it
- lots and lots of DLC characters to get the full roster/experience (though characters CAN be free, if you work for them)
- silly looking gumby-on-steroids artstyle that may not appeal to everyone

blazblue:

pros
+ you like weebshit and blazblue is pretty hella on the weebshit
+ in terms of gameplay and design and mechanics, it's all-around the better fighting game
+ pretty cool stylized visuals that don't look like gumby on steroids
cons
- it's far tougher to learn and get good at, with an emphasis on lengthy combos and execution
- pretty small pool of players, and i for one do not plan on purchasing it myself
- low character diversity with insultingly bad female character designs (yes, even worse than R. Mika)

if you were looking to become a hardcore fighting game connoisseur, i would say blazblue for sure
if you just wanna play some fun fighting games casually, i would recommend SFV

so, whichever end of the spectrum you find yourself closer to
I want to be blazblue, but I'll probably end up SFV smh
You can`t buy both?
i think she's saying she lacks the S K I L L to play anything beyond SFV
more like patience to get that S K I L L


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street fighter v

pros:
+ we could play it together if you get it on PC (cause i know you don't like adding internet people on PSN)
+ it's a lot easier to get good at than most fighting games, while still being pretty fun + memes
+ largest player pool in fighting games right now besides maybe tekken
cons:
- you're supporting shitcom if you buy it
- lots and lots of DLC characters to get the full roster/experience (though characters CAN be free, if you work for them)
- silly looking gumby-on-steroids artstyle that may not appeal to everyone

blazblue:

pros
+ you like weebshit and blazblue is pretty hella on the weebshit
+ in terms of gameplay and design and mechanics, it's all-around the better fighting game
+ pretty cool stylized visuals that don't look like gumby on steroids
cons
- it's far tougher to learn and get good at, with an emphasis on lengthy combos and execution
- pretty small pool of players, and i for one do not plan on purchasing it myself
- low character diversity with insultingly bad female character designs (yes, even worse than R. Mika)

if you were looking to become a hardcore fighting game connoisseur, i would say blazblue for sure
if you just wanna play some fun fighting games casually, i would recommend SFV

so, whichever end of the spectrum you find yourself closer to
I want to be blazblue, but I'll probably end up SFV smh
You can`t buy both?
i think she's saying she lacks the S K I L L to play anything beyond SFV
more like patience to get that S K I L L
more like time to get that S K I L L


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His eyebrows sparkling, his white beard hangs down to his chest. The thatched mats, spread outside his chise, spread softly, his splendid attos. He polishes, cross-legged, his makiri, with his eyes completely absorbed.

He is Ainu.

The god of Ainu Mosir, Ae-Oine Kamuy, descendant of Okiku-Rumi, He perishes, a living corpse. The summers day, the white sunlight, unabrushed, ends simply through his breath alone.
street fighter v

pros:
+ we could play it together if you get it on PC (cause i know you don't like adding internet people on PSN)
+ it's a lot easier to get good at than most fighting games, while still being pretty fun + memes
+ largest player pool in fighting games right now besides maybe tekken
cons:
- you're supporting shitcom if you buy it
- lots and lots of DLC characters to get the full roster/experience (though characters CAN be free, if you work for them)
- silly looking gumby-on-steroids artstyle that may not appeal to everyone

blazblue:

pros
+ you like weebshit and blazblue is pretty hella on the weebshit
+ in terms of gameplay and design and mechanics, it's all-around the better fighting game
+ pretty cool stylized visuals that don't look like gumby on steroids
cons
- it's far tougher to learn and get good at, with an emphasis on lengthy combos and execution
- pretty small pool of players, and i for one do not plan on purchasing it myself
- low character diversity with insultingly bad female character designs (yes, even worse than R. Mika)

if you were looking to become a hardcore fighting game connoisseur, i would say blazblue for sure
if you just wanna play some fun fighting games casually, i would recommend SFV

so, whichever end of the spectrum you find yourself closer to
I want to be blazblue, but I'll probably end up SFV smh
You can`t buy both?
i think she's saying she lacks the S K I L L to play anything beyond SFV
more like patience to get that S K I L L
more like time to get that S K I L L
I'll just replace drinking time with "getting my ass kicked in bideogames" time

You know, wholesome things


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street fighter v

pros:
+ we could play it together if you get it on PC (cause i know you don't like adding internet people on PSN)
+ it's a lot easier to get good at than most fighting games, while still being pretty fun + memes
+ largest player pool in fighting games right now besides maybe tekken
cons:
- you're supporting shitcom if you buy it
- lots and lots of DLC characters to get the full roster/experience (though characters CAN be free, if you work for them)
- silly looking gumby-on-steroids artstyle that may not appeal to everyone

blazblue:

pros
+ you like weebshit and blazblue is pretty hella on the weebshit
+ in terms of gameplay and design and mechanics, it's all-around the better fighting game
+ pretty cool stylized visuals that don't look like gumby on steroids
cons
- it's far tougher to learn and get good at, with an emphasis on lengthy combos and execution
- pretty small pool of players, and i for one do not plan on purchasing it myself
- low character diversity with insultingly bad female character designs (yes, even worse than R. Mika)

if you were looking to become a hardcore fighting game connoisseur, i would say blazblue for sure
if you just wanna play some fun fighting games casually, i would recommend SFV

so, whichever end of the spectrum you find yourself closer to
I want to be blazblue, but I'll probably end up SFV smh
You can`t buy both?
i think she's saying she lacks the S K I L L to play anything beyond SFV
more like patience to get that S K I L L
more like time to get that S K I L L
I'll just replace drinking time with "getting my ass kicked in bideogames" time

You know, wholesome things
drinking alone is pretty pathetic anyway


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street fighter v

pros:
+ we could play it together if you get it on PC (cause i know you don't like adding internet people on PSN)
+ it's a lot easier to get good at than most fighting games, while still being pretty fun + memes
+ largest player pool in fighting games right now besides maybe tekken
cons:
- you're supporting shitcom if you buy it
- lots and lots of DLC characters to get the full roster/experience (though characters CAN be free, if you work for them)
- silly looking gumby-on-steroids artstyle that may not appeal to everyone

blazblue:

pros
+ you like weebshit and blazblue is pretty hella on the weebshit
+ in terms of gameplay and design and mechanics, it's all-around the better fighting game
+ pretty cool stylized visuals that don't look like gumby on steroids
cons
- it's far tougher to learn and get good at, with an emphasis on lengthy combos and execution
- pretty small pool of players, and i for one do not plan on purchasing it myself
- low character diversity with insultingly bad female character designs (yes, even worse than R. Mika)

if you were looking to become a hardcore fighting game connoisseur, i would say blazblue for sure
if you just wanna play some fun fighting games casually, i would recommend SFV

so, whichever end of the spectrum you find yourself closer to
I want to be blazblue, but I'll probably end up SFV smh
You can`t buy both?
i think she's saying she lacks the S K I L L to play anything beyond SFV
more like patience to get that S K I L L
more like time to get that S K I L L
I'll just replace drinking time with "getting my ass kicked in bideogames" time

You know, wholesome things
drinking alone is pretty pathetic anyway
unless you recording it on twitch with only your mic turned on