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User Info: rking

rking
3 years ago#1
I'm looking for something I can play solo, prefer not to compete against people since they're often smarter and better than the computer. I used to play them on the SNES/Genesis but that was an awful long time ago, so I suppose it's fair to assume I have no skill with the genre. I have an XBOX 360 controller and no interest to get anything better, so with this in mind does anyone have a suggestion? Thanks in advance.
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User Info: pfantzypantz

pfantzypantz
3 years ago#2
I'd say Skullgirls would be a good one, it's got one of the best tutorials and it's pretty easy to get into, especially if you don't intend on playing online too much.

User Info: Maiken100

Maiken100
3 years ago#3
Mortal Kombat 9. Good tutorial, simple movesets and more focus on singleplayer than any other fighter.
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User Info: praetor fenix

praetor fenix
3 years ago#4
Divekick.
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User Info: The_Pig_Hostage

The_Pig_Hostage
3 years ago#5
Mortal Kombat has a great single player mode and is pretty easy to pick-up-and-play.

User Info: TheC0ndemnedOne

TheC0ndemnedOne
3 years ago#6
Here's a game you can try:
http://www.cubixgames.com/craftfighter/

Not sure how well it plays compared to other fighting games, but hey, it's free.
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User Info: Nicodimus

Nicodimus
3 years ago#7
DOA 5 Ultimate? Easy paper/rock/scissors mechanics.
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User Info: Xantose161

Xantose161
3 years ago#8
pfantzypantz posted...
I'd say Skullgirls would be a good one, it's got one of the best tutorials and it's pretty easy to get into, especially if you don't intend on playing online too much.


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User Info: Ch3wy

Ch3wy
3 years ago#9
MK9 fsho.

Easy enough combos that you can do them on accident.
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User Info: RemyLebeau_88

RemyLebeau_88
3 years ago#10
Skullgirls

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