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Submitted by shaneryanTB 707d ago | preview

DiveKick hands-on preview | Thunderbolt

Nick Vracar, Thunderbolt writes:
Fighting games have never really been my thing. I have no interest in learning all of their moves and studying all of their combos. That doesn’t mention the rosters of characters, each with their own unique style. It’s not enough to know how to perform the moves, but how they work together in conjunction with each other. The threshold a person must break through in order to be any good at a fighting game is higher than I’m usually willing to work towards. (Divekick, E3, PS3)

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