Last night I was playing Cloud in a Ft10, at one point I got him with a Dante grapple reset and he hard tagged to Vergil. I wasn't expecting it from him so I got hit, and then he proceeded to combo me off the hard tag. V_V I put the controller down at that point.
Also, leading Onslaught 8-2 in a Ft10, only to lose 10-8 in the end. Epic chokedom. --- GT: amillionknivezz http://i.imgur.com/ComI0.gif
#2Bigezzay08Posted 2/13/2013 2:23:38 PM
Lol I remember that.
Mine is losing to Omg itz Andre. I went like 2-2 with him in a PJS lobby. The fact that I lost to that dude before he "leveled up" is just appalling.
Or the set that Dew Grimey analized me in. --- GT: I AM ONSLAUGHT
#3g6260(Topic Creator)Posted 2/13/2013 4:08:57 PM
Lol, I remember when I last played Drew Grimey. I wasn't sure who to even snap in anymore at one point, all of his characters are absolutely terrifying. --- GT: amillionknivezz http://i.imgur.com/ComI0.gif
#4xiceman191Posted 2/13/2013 4:47:43 PM
learning stick but damn once i get it down will it be awesome. I cant even fly wtf --- "My greatest enemy, is my inner me." - Lupe Fiasco "Much More" PSN: Datdudeiceman191
#5DarksteelPosted 2/13/2013 5:28:36 PM
Nothing in this game will ever make you feel like more of a fraud than losing a set badly against your main team in a mirror match, esp when it's more of a unique team. Such was my fate a couple months ago. --- Strong people are harder to kill than weak people, and more useful in general -Mark Rippetoe
#6AegisIkanaPosted 2/13/2013 7:29:32 PM
Losing to Hulks in my local tourney. It's too demoralizing. --- PSN: TheVeldt;; Rethinking my playstyle in UMVC3. Adapt what is useful, reject what is useless, and add what is specifically your own.