Errol-Nii-Sama, please…explain to me how tsubaki's blade super works. I thought i understood it but i guess not. Like what frames are invuln because i've been getting hit through things that usually i get past and vice-versa.
Moy keeps telling me to learn Mu. I haven't done too bad with her. I fought a Terumi in arcade lobby and pulled combos out of my ass. I should take his advice. For some reason people say I'm not bad with Mu. :/
....I needed that.
I'm just a very competitive person. I have always hated losing at something because it makes me feel like I've accomplished nothing. Today, I was very down, probably worse than I usually feel. I have a hard time adapting. Its always been that way since CT. I really don't know how to break the cycle.
I'm really sorry about the way I treated you and other people. Its just that when moves don't come out or I get hit by some random attack I swore I was blocking, it puts me in a shitty mood. Nu has like paper bthin health so its like if you don't block perfectly or zone perfectly, you die.
I want to try but idk. Nu is not for me. I don't like her changes and its about time I moved on.
Come on. It's unfair to just look at the worst review. http://www.metacritic.com/game/3ds/senran-kagura-burst . It has gotten a bunch of good and decent reviews, which is honestly surprisingly since it is so fanservice heavy that normal people would be embarrassed to play it. And they aren't trophies, they are titles. There is a big difference between the two.
And later tonight I guess. Probably sometime around 10.
Dunno about the anime. The game is a beat em up. One of the best I've played but it is still just a beat em up. There is only so much finesse that can go into that genre of game. It does have copious amounts of fanservice though which distracts from the experience somewhat but boss fights do feel more awesome when it ends with the opponent clothes ripped to shreds from the fight. It also had a decent and interesting story surprisingly enough though. And the best part of the game is the amount of grinding it is going to take to get all of the titles. I am gonna sink so many hours into this game.
When getting stars there are usually two ways to go about it. Zone and keep away until you have enough. Or pressure and build them in said pressure and the ensuing combos. With Tsubaki it can be a bit weird. Zoning can go wrong because of Tsubaki's speed and iad j.CC stuff. And pressure can be a pain in the ass because of her dp. But that can really be remedied by just using gapless strings and getting stars slowly. Even if zoning isn't the most effective thing it causes Tsubaki to move, which stops her from getting charge herself. Izayoi 2A/B and GA 3C can go under Tsubaki 5B also. It's a weird matchup.
What else makes the matchup easy for Tsubaki
Yea I can get the playing to learn. But why not mix up pressure from time to time. I don't think you ever threw me even. We did like 33 games but you stuck with the ioh strings. I know you said thats her pressure but i dunno man. That just seems 100% flowchart as hell.
And really, I think the matchup is actually pretty difficult for Izayoi. The Izayoi vs Tsubaki matchup is weird. I think Izayoi has the better neutral but Tsubaki has the dp and her pressure can give Izayoi a hard time. I just think the Izayoi players neutral has to be on point tbh. I haven't fought too many Tsubaki with Izayoi, but I usually won. But I just think that was due to the fact that I was playing against weaker players when I did happen to fight a Tsubaki. We can try the matchup if you want. Not sure what Izayoi's you fought, but all the ones I've fought are freaking flailing half the time. Except for like skd or something.
I'm sorry but that's stupid. How can pressuring like that be enjoyable in any way. Did something about her pressure change in CP. Because I don't remember ioh stuff being this prominent.
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