Hey Tom,
I totally agree. in fact, don't just beat the AI, but beat the thing on the hardest setting possible in the game, and do it consistently. Also a very important thing is, learn everything about your particular character of choice. For example my character is scorpion, and I'm always looking to learn new things for him. Learn their main strengths and weaknesses. their ranges. what's safe on block and what isn't, what are their combos. what can you string together and what moves will do the most massive amount of damage? Practice mode is real useful for this type of thing. there's a setting that'll force the CPU opponent to autoblock, and another setting that'll give you unlimited meter. 2 extremely useful options that should be used to train and get better at the game. if the AI can block it, so can anyone else. and best thing of all you can do is, go online. a lot. against totally random people. after a few beatings, you'll start noticing improvements. hahaha







----- Original Message ----- From: "Tom Randall" <kf6...@comcast.net>
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Hey Yohandy.

Oh I understand it is hard to explain. Pretty much what I tell people looking to get into mainstream games is of course get good at fighting the AI first before you worry too much about going online and going up against people or you may get discouraged and give up. I am frankly still at that stage myself but that is largely because I only have a limited amount of hours I am willing/able to put into learning these things and as you rightly point out this is very important. This is why I refer to myself as more or less a casual mainstream gamer. I really enjoy it, in fact I enjoy my mainstream games as much as or more than most of my accessible ones, but do not pretend to be very good at it most of the time. Yeah I can just imagine how that match went for you lol. As you can no doubt tell from when this message is being sent I am up at a barbaric hour getting ready to leave for work but once my schedule lets up after this next couple weeks I will hopefully really be able to sit down and devote more time to my newer titles Rock Band and MK 9.

Game on.

Tom
On Dec 4, 2011, at 5:40 PM, Yohandy wrote:

Tom,
That's actually rather hard to explain. Remember, you're fighting a human being, not a machine. And us humans aren't too predictable a lot of the time, especially if the person's a really good player. Lots of times it comes down to gut instinct and reaction time. It's not like fighting CPU where you're like ok they're weak to this attack, so I'll exploit it. many times experience plays a huge roll as well, and how many hours an individual is willing to sink into the game. A good example is when I fought some guy online with like 2500 wins, 200 losses. on ranked! guess how that match ended for me? and no I'm not exaggerating either. I had a sighted person here check that out. hahahaha




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