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Submitted by Francis2 316d ago | opinion piece

Failings Of Another Gamer: My Journey With Fighting Games

IM PLAYIN continues its series of fail related articles by looking at fighting games, and how badly they suck at them.

"There are no games that require nearly as much practice to master than a fighting game. There are always several characters to use that possess countless move combinations, and deep systems that will take countless hours to master. On the one hand, I get endless hours of enjoyment watching people play these games: watching people who have mastered these games throw down is awesome. But on the other hand, I absolutely suck at them. However, at the same time I can’t get enough. Here’s my story of my attempts at mastering fighting games, and also what I’ve learned from each failure." (Dead or Alive 4, Injustice: Gods Among Us, Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, PS3, Soulcalibur IV, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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