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Games you're a noob at, but want to learn
#16
(04-22-2013, 07:24 PM)BumblebeeCody Wrote: I've always wanted to get good ad MOBA games. I think it's because I usually play those on my own that I don't find them enjoyable and thus aren't as good as I should be at them.

You should try Smite. It has the biggest training wheels out of all the Mobas. Not to mention Xannidel and I play a good bit of it.
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#17
(04-22-2013, 05:30 PM)Arjahn Wrote: BlazBlue Continuum shift, I love that game but I am terrible at it.

Can we get together and mash the punch button?
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#18
Every jrpg ever
This has always been a big problem with me with rpgs, i just plain dont know how to play them. This has prevented me from enjoying alot of critical acclaimed rpgs.
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#19
I am pretty good at most games I play. One of the few games I want to know how to play is Call of Battlefield games. I like FPS games, but I am no good at war games, so call of duty, Battlefield, and the like are things I need to work on.
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#20
(04-22-2013, 07:48 PM)Lightmatt Wrote:
(04-22-2013, 07:24 PM)BumblebeeCody Wrote: I've always wanted to get good ad MOBA games. I think it's because I usually play those on my own that I don't find them enjoyable and thus aren't as good as I should be at them.

You should try Smite. It has the biggest training wheels out of all the Mobas. Not to mention Xannidel and I play a good bit of it.

I've heard quite a bit about Smite. Will look into it.
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#21
(04-22-2013, 11:47 PM)GEO9875 Wrote: Every jrpg ever
This has always been a big problem with me with rpgs, i just plain dont know how to play them. This has prevented me from enjoying alot of critical acclaimed rpgs.

Could you expand on that thought?
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#22
Stealth games. The only stealth game i'm good at is Hitman, mainly becuz you can let everyone see you and nothing will happen.

I really wanna be good at splinter cell and tenchu, but i'll just end up getting exposed and killing everyone :P
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#23
Bassically Mass, when i play a jrpg, i dont have a clue on what to do, where to go, in battle mode, i see alot of thing like HP: 50/40 and XP and all that and i get lost,
Plus i dont understsnd much of the whole turn based thing.
So when i play rpg games that people reccomend me like "crono trigger" or "final fantasy" i cant enjoy them at all....
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#24
(04-23-2013, 12:01 PM)GEO9875 Wrote: Bassically Mass, when i play a jrpg, i dont have a clue on what to do, where to go, in battle mode, i see alot of thing like HP: 50/40 and XP and all that and i get lost,
Plus i dont understsnd much of the whole turn based thing.
So when i play rpg games that people reccomend me like "crono trigger" or "final fantasy" i cant enjoy them at all....

To be honest I don't really pay attention to attributes that much either and I play a lot of JRPGs. All I really look at is "If I put on this armor and my defence goes up, it's good". XP works just like in any other game, do things and you get more of it which results in level up and better stats. There's not much to understand in the turn based battle thing but I think playing through this game should fill you in on any possible details needed: http://armorgames.com/play/4305/turn-based-battle It does a good job explaining what's what. If you want to start with the basics, just go to the link :)
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#25
(04-22-2013, 01:30 PM)TheTrueBoss997 Wrote: Fast fighting games like Marvel vs Capcom. I am already good at games like Mortal Kombat, Injustice, Tekken and Street Fighter but games like Marvel vs Capcom require you to be faster and it's really hard for me to keep up.

I'm the other way around. I can play the hell out of the Marvel vs Capcom games but I totally blow at games like MK and Street Fighter. I really want to play Injustice, but I know that I won't be good at it.

One thing I really don't like about the MK games are the input commands. I like Street Fighters down, down forward, forward way more than MK's down, forward. SF's is more of a fluid movement whereas MK feels choppy and unresponsive.
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#26
(04-23-2013, 02:27 PM)Wardenclyffe Wrote:
(04-22-2013, 01:30 PM)TheTrueBoss997 Wrote: Fast fighting games like Marvel vs Capcom. I am already good at games like Mortal Kombat, Injustice, Tekken and Street Fighter but games like Marvel vs Capcom require you to be faster and it's really hard for me to keep up.

I'm the other way around. I can play the hell out of the Marvel vs Capcom games but I totally blow at games like MK and Street Fighter. I really want to play Injustice, but I know that I won't be good at it.

One thing I really don't like about the MK games are the input commands. I like Street Fighters down, down forward, forward way more than MK's down, forward. SF's is more of a fluid movement whereas MK feels choppy and unresponsive.
There is an option to change the controls to Street Fighter. No not layout, as in, the NetherRealsm fully acknowledge that doing QCP, HCB etc is a tad more universal
than their layout, so Injustice can be changed to suit Street Fighter players.
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#27
(04-23-2013, 02:32 PM)BumblebeeCody Wrote:
(04-23-2013, 02:27 PM)Wardenclyffe Wrote:
(04-22-2013, 01:30 PM)TheTrueBoss997 Wrote: Fast fighting games like Marvel vs Capcom. I am already good at games like Mortal Kombat, Injustice, Tekken and Street Fighter but games like Marvel vs Capcom require you to be faster and it's really hard for me to keep up.

I'm the other way around. I can play the hell out of the Marvel vs Capcom games but I totally blow at games like MK and Street Fighter. I really want to play Injustice, but I know that I won't be good at it.

One thing I really don't like about the MK games are the input commands. I like Street Fighters down, down forward, forward way more than MK's down, forward. SF's is more of a fluid movement whereas MK feels choppy and unresponsive.
There is an option to change the controls to Street Fighter. No not layout, as in, the NetherRealsm fully acknowledge that doing QCP, HCB etc is a tad more universal
than their layout, so Injustice can be changed to suit Street Fighter players.

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THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING
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#28
(04-23-2013, 03:03 PM)Wardenclyffe Wrote:
(04-23-2013, 02:32 PM)BumblebeeCody Wrote:
(04-23-2013, 02:27 PM)Wardenclyffe Wrote:
(04-22-2013, 01:30 PM)TheTrueBoss997 Wrote: Fast fighting games like Marvel vs Capcom. I am already good at games like Mortal Kombat, Injustice, Tekken and Street Fighter but games like Marvel vs Capcom require you to be faster and it's really hard for me to keep up.

I'm the other way around. I can play the hell out of the Marvel vs Capcom games but I totally blow at games like MK and Street Fighter. I really want to play Injustice, but I know that I won't be good at it.

One thing I really don't like about the MK games are the input commands. I like Street Fighters down, down forward, forward way more than MK's down, forward. SF's is more of a fluid movement whereas MK feels choppy and unresponsive.
There is an option to change the controls to Street Fighter. No not layout, as in, the NetherRealsm fully acknowledge that doing QCP, HCB etc is a tad more universal
than their layout, so Injustice can be changed to suit Street Fighter players.

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THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING

Well since Injustice was made by NetherRealm studios I bet you could do the same thing. Also Injustice is a pretty good game to learn easily. One problem though are spammers and so far they are pretty common.
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#29
TF2 for me am not great but i feel that the pyro and solider is cheap and gets easy kills those are the only classes i get kills with
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