Pff. Levels don't matter. I've seen plenty of 999s that suck. Well, most of them being Kratos. --- ~Quick Match Sackgirl~ Toro Suit = Awesome
#12VelaNovaViridiPosted 12/29/2012 8:23:51 AM
I don't think I would get hatemail, as I always play Spike, Toro, or PaRappa. --- Love: Kid Icarus, Zelda, Kirby, Pokemon, Sonic (Blaze), SpongeBob, MLP (Fluttershy!) Don't let those sour notes bring you down!
#13wwinterj25Posted 12/29/2012 8:25:07 AM
If you are a level 999 though you are probably pretty good considering how much practice you've had.
Not really. You can get character level up offline and even if you don't win. --- One who knows nothing can understand nothing - GamerTag: wwinterj/PSN wwinterj
#14Chilly82Posted 12/29/2012 12:51:35 PM
Well in my experience the higher the level usually means a better player.
#15Lucarioaura22Posted 12/29/2012 12:53:49 PM
According to a sweet tooth and Kratos, Dabuz and I have been "Butt Buddies" since the third grade. The hate is strong with those guys. --- We do what we must.................
#16ButaSamaPosted 12/29/2012 1:52:39 PM
I question just how much belt rank really means. My brother faced the number 5 ranked player in the world in ranked around 5A EST today (a Nariko), and I wasn't impressed. The Nariko won, but it was really the same stuff I've seen from countless other Narikos, only with more rolling and less blades out of the ground. I was extremely surprised at the player's poor use of her L3. It's possible the player was tired, distracted or maybe laggy (he/she didn't appear laggy on our end though). We were both looking forward to seeing what the upper echelon of this game looks like and both came away disappointed after watching that Nariko.