I think I may be done with online.
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Kromagnum posted...I only recently started attending tournaments. I've been to two. And yes, I've thought the same thing. Online timing is actually detrimental to my offline game. I dropping the simplest combos, literally the MMHS magic series.
I don't think my TV has lag. Pretty sure it's close to lagless because I play on monitors at casuals and it doesn't seem to different. Maybe my tv is laggy? How would I know?
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oh I get it now haha
Kawasakinin posted...Kromagnum posted...I only recently started attending tournaments. I've been to two. And yes, I've thought the same thing. Online timing is actually detrimental to my offline game. I dropping the simplest combos, literally the MMHS magic series.
the only way I found out my tv was laggy was my friend came over and was like dude this tv is laggy lol. then I played on the comp monitor for a bit then went to the tv and noticed it. mine is game mode too with all visual enhancments turned off and its still a tiny bit laggy. just enough to make you miss a throw attempt on a monitor
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There isn't really any arcades near my area (there's Monsters, but that's pretty far off), & many of my friends & family don't play fighting games, so I'm stuck only playing online.
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RagingRicans posted...Like you said on links. I feel like I pressa medium ,but nothing comes out. Timing is a little off and sometimes when I think I jump I stay on the ground. You can adjust after a good amount of days.
That's what I have to do. If you have people offline or a scene to play with any amount of regularity it's really not so bad. I only get real play time twice a month (2nd Saturday is casuals, 4th is locals) for a couple hours a pop, but it's immensely more gratifying than playing faceless online and unintentionally adding lag tactics to my game.
If you get really bored exploring your team, I suggest doing what I did and limiting your practice time so you don't burn out and get complacent. I usually only practice an hour or so a night anymore (more if I've got some new tech) and then settle into something like Borderlands 2. Your game really won't go downhill as long as your practice is on point and relevant.
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This isn't about salt. This isn't about people using online tactics. I've come to terms with losing online. I don't mind it anymore.
The timing is very different. Say for stuff where you delay things on purpose OFFline to get more time for an OTG after an Air Combo .... online is completely different in that you don't delay anything and it works so if you do the online timing offline ... all the sudden you might have a dropped combo offline.
Also things that appear very safe online are not safe offline and might get you into bad habits.
I would LOVE to play this game online if it were at least as good as SF4s which isn't perfect ... but acceptable imo ... especially compared to the crap Netcode this game has.
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its not just you. aside from trolling i dont really play online anymore.
trolling ranked is fun. im still mind boggled at how im a high ranger with an 80% win rate <_<
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