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Do fighting games really have 1 frame delay on PS3 ?

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User Info: kkTheKiller42

kkTheKiller42
4 years ago#1
Or is that something people say to get them to play on Xbox ?

Plus, aren't a lot of tourneys played on PS3 ?
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User Info: _tanjil_

_tanjil_
4 years ago#2
yeah its true, I think it's because they're made for xbox first and then when theyre ported over it doesn't happen perfectly, but I doubt its true for all fighting games

User Info: Stanger5150

Stanger5150
4 years ago#3
If it's true, the superior PS3 d-pad makes up for it.
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User Info: Vs1991

Vs1991
4 years ago#4
its not just fighting games i think. every game has a 1 frame delay, but its almost impossible to notice

User Info: PhoenixPrince

PhoenixPrince
4 years ago#5
Stanger5150 posted...
If it's true, the superior PS3 d-pad makes up for it.


Dude, the PS3 d-pad is CRAP for fighting games. It's good for RPGs, shooters, etc., but not for fighters.
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Vs1991
4 years ago#6
PhoenixPrince posted...
Stanger5150 posted...
If it's true, the superior PS3 d-pad makes up for it.


Dude, the PS3 d-pad is CRAP for fighting games. It's good for RPGs, shooters, etc., but not for fighters.


better then the 360s though

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kkTheKiller42
4 years ago#7
Stanger5150 posted...
If it's true, the superior PS3 d-pad makes up for it.


In way, most people play on stick at tourneys.

But for the majority of people who don't play at tourneys, most definitely.
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PhoenixPrince
4 years ago#8
Vs1991 posted...
PhoenixPrince posted...
Stanger5150 posted...
If it's true, the superior PS3 d-pad makes up for it.


Dude, the PS3 d-pad is CRAP for fighting games. It's good for RPGs, shooters, etc., but not for fighters.


better then the 360s though


No, it's not. Try doing a forward, semi-circle, forward with a PS3 d-pad and then a 360's. 360's pad is more touchy, but doing it on the PS3 actually hurts and you're lucky if you can do it quickly enough to register as a combo.
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User Info: AwayFromHere

AwayFromHere
4 years ago#9
From: PhoenixPrince | #008



No, it's not. Try doing a forward, semi-circle, forward with a PS3 d-pad and then a 360's. 360's pad is more touchy, but doing it on the PS3 actually hurts and you're lucky if you can do it quickly enough to register as a combo.


I've never had any issues with it.
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User Info: djillmattek

djillmattek
4 years ago#10
Yeah ive heard that all PS3 games have a 1 frame delay, never seen any solid proof of it though so who knows if its true or not. As far as major fighting game tourney's go, yeah about 95% are played on PS3. Evo 12' was all PS3 and APEX (which is currently underway) is about 95% PS3 as well. I think the only FG stream that uses 360 on a regular basis are the Level|Up streams (WNF/TRB) which are weekly.
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