LITTERALLY CHUN LI
this is hilarious
also shows the difference between good animators and mediocre ones. Despite being essentially the same, Chun's just has so much more impact to it.
I've always thought Capcom has a great animating team, from sprites to 3D models. they understand how action should look, in order to feel good.
those "tricks" are all completely valid parts of animation, son. Capcom's willingness to do them (and other things, like break joints) is what gives their animations such life.
>He plays old games on an LCD
A reminder that when Sakuya gets into a shmup, she always brings creative, original shottypes with her.
On the other hand, when Sanae gets into a shmup, she always brings boring, uninspired shottypes.
Who here has now advanced even a little bit to using a harder character?
Now went from using UNGA to Chappu.
You guys were right, UNGA was too easy to use.
>Not playing top tier
>Not playing the champion of Evo
>Not playing the main of the best GG player
I have been using Leo since I picked up the game. I have gone through UNGA 101, 103, and 113 and BUNGA 101, 104, 106.
I am currently honing my skills, practicing advanced UNGA and BUNGA.
I hope to complete my double major in UNGA and BUNGA at the end of the year.
I'm actually surprised. For a game made by Bioware this one actually has interesting story, characters and a complex plot.
>2 years after its E3 announcement, it finally releases
Anyone play the Xbone alpha last month? I pre-order and canceled to get into the upcoming beta. I only played this in pre-alpha and it was insanely unfinished. This was mid 2015.
Wondering if they kept survival aspects like needing food/water in or they just cut that stuff out for an overall "health meter" and picking up food and water just restores a bit of them.
LETS TAKE A DIVE IN AQUATIC MINE....
>you will never be 11 and playing this for the first time ever again
SHOT INTO SPACE
I can't get to the next level because I keep masturbating to this
will you be getting persona 5 on the ps3 or the ps4?
PS4 fellow here.
Hopefully the differences are a bit more detailed between the two. I have a feeling that the PS4 version is going to have dual audio, and be 1080p while being probably 30FPS.
What went wrong?
A focus on linear events, lore and cinematics. In a series that pioneered free roaming and exploration. And it started way before Skyward Sword.
was linear. awful motion controls. side quests and exploration didn't feel that important. battle with demise felt anti climactic.
Fi is the coolest help imho, but she could say the same things with half the words
>bosses with a bullshit gimmick
What went wrong?
I bought this at White Friday for $25 at Walmart because I figured why the hell not, I mean I already own the amiibos that work with it.
Do Silver/Gold Mario do anything different?
Hudson died, then Nintendo decided an already casual series needed to be even more casual and simple. Can't let grandma get lost by having more than one way to go, have to keep everyone together to keep things more even, can't give people a lot of things to collect because that's confusing, etc.
So after getting a bit more fleshed out in Paper Jam, as well as having some dialogue with the now-personified Koopalings, what do people think of him? Still like or still dislike?
I just got a semi old laptop. Has 4gb of ram and an okay 2.0ghz processor with a shitty integrated graphics card.
I ran battlefield 2 earlier with no problems so I think I can run older games. 2d indie games and such shouldn't be an issue either.
Can anyone recommend some fun older or not so graphically demanding games for me to play on this thing?
Received one of these as a gift the other day, haven't had a chance to use it yet. Is it any good? Work well with PC?