Ugh. I just got back from playing with two guys down at the local gaming joint. It's official: I SUCK! DX Clearly, I need more, way more hours of practice to be even on par and considered average. TwT
Ah well... waiting for PSP to charge...
[quote="PrayerShark, post:8, topic:256915"]
That sounds similar to some of the Street Fighter IV and Marvel vs Capcom 3 move-lists. I believe you just hold down block while doing the 'thumb acrobatics' then let go just before you press one of the attack buttons. Should work for the same for BlazBlue.
I'll give that a shot. Thanks. :)
[quote="JharekCarnelian, post:9, topic:256915"]
Marvel Vs Capcom 3 is one I tried as I was a big fan of it's predecessor. However I didn't like no 3 in the series much and so swapped it back for other items. I have Tekken 6 on the go at the minute for the mindless brutality moments, quite fun but to unlock everything in it would take an insane ammount of time. I have Soulcalibur IV as well due to someone leaving it in the PS3 I have which was not new when bought. I still think none of these match up to the joy of SFII Turbo on my old SNES some years back. But I'm more jaded nowadays and I came to that SNES from a Spectrum computer ( a machine I expect US forum users won't know) which could only do 8 colours with a lot of colour clash.
Actually I believe BlazBlue Continuum Shift is available for the PS3 and you can get the same extra characters via DLC content. Theoretically, you might be able to try the same game I'm playing if you're interested. :shrug: