skill or faggotry?. an 8 seconds gif.. faggotry at its finest shao khan mortal kombat shan tsung
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#2 - kaboomz (10/09/2013) [-]
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faggotry at its finest
User avatar #8 - rwmwaffle (10/10/2013) [-]
SKILL. Because hes actually playing Shang Tsung. he recognized the situation, quickly morphed into the exact character he needed and went to town.
User avatar #5 - heartlessrobot (10/09/2013) [-]
This is why you should be able to attack while being hit, every single move shouldn't stun you.
User avatar #4 - loonquawl (10/09/2013) [-]
That's how controllers die...
User avatar #11 to #4 - tkfourtwoone ONLINE (10/10/2013) [-]
What if I told you...

...that this was done on a keyboard?

Seriously, though, at least one version of MK3 was ported to PC... and many 90s gamers spent a ******** of money changing keyboards those years...
#3 - aliapheese (10/09/2013) [-]
Stuff like this is why the majority of fighting games are broken.
Stuff like ten hits combos are fine, I can live with them, but being able to keep stringing something together without the opponent able to do anything about it is pure faggotry.

Just constant combos until they are dead. All you have to do is learn that and make sure you get the first hit in, repeat every single match. Where is the fun?
#10 to #3 - emurater (10/10/2013) [-]
Bro, this is the snes, combos in fighting games were relatively new. They made games and weren't able to update them with tweaks like they can now.   And the advanced combos you speak of in newer games?  People spend HOURS upon HOURS practicing.  It isn't as simple as one two three.  The professionals will sit in training mode for a couple hours a day.  Fighting games are about practice and getting better.  There is no true end to skill in sight.  Ever.  If fighting games aren't for you man thats fine.  But don't take your anger out on something you don't understand.
Bro, this is the snes, combos in fighting games were relatively new. They made games and weren't able to update them with tweaks like they can now. And the advanced combos you speak of in newer games? People spend HOURS upon HOURS practicing. It isn't as simple as one two three. The professionals will sit in training mode for a couple hours a day. Fighting games are about practice and getting better. There is no true end to skill in sight. Ever. If fighting games aren't for you man thats fine. But don't take your anger out on something you don't understand.
#13 to #10 - aliapheese (10/10/2013) [-]
Don't assume I don't understand, I'm quite aware of everything you just said.   
I probably should have said this instead "In an online match this is all you'll ever get."   
   
Fighting games are great with friends, but when encountering people who practice 24/7 it just isn't fun. Of course who am I to say "Stop being good at the game for me" because that's just stupid, I just wish there was some way to constantly play with the same level of experience as you in online. That "True skill" setting Tekken had never seemed to do that... Just constant ten hit combos every game.    
   
It came to the point where I'd just back step every match soon as it begun because routine was kicking in and every person instantly went for that combo.   
   
See the point I'm trying to make?   
Also try to more kind and not assume stuff.
Don't assume I don't understand, I'm quite aware of everything you just said.
I probably should have said this instead "In an online match this is all you'll ever get."

Fighting games are great with friends, but when encountering people who practice 24/7 it just isn't fun. Of course who am I to say "Stop being good at the game for me" because that's just stupid, I just wish there was some way to constantly play with the same level of experience as you in online. That "True skill" setting Tekken had never seemed to do that... Just constant ten hit combos every game.

It came to the point where I'd just back step every match soon as it begun because routine was kicking in and every person instantly went for that combo.

See the point I'm trying to make?
Also try to more kind and not assume stuff.
User avatar #12 - tkfourtwoone ONLINE (10/10/2013) [-]
Why the **** should this be faggotry?

It's just proof of how broken older MK games were, you could literally combo your opponent to death, especially near the stage wall.

Shang Tsung was obviously the most broken, since he could become any character (and thus create some really rotten, broken combos) but you had to have the dexterity of a legendary pianist to pull those off
#7 - commandershit (10/10/2013) [-]
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#6 - anon (10/10/2013) [-]
That Isn't Shang Sung though, that's Kung Lao.
User avatar #9 to #6 - Sunburn (10/10/2013) [-]
Shang Tsung can turn into other characters...
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