Thanks for response. Well, may be you”re right about kano. We don’t have a lot of strong kano players. May be he must be higher. But about sheeva, i think she at her correct place. We have a lot of sheeva players, and she can be very powerful. In my opinionHow come Kano is so low and Sheeva so high?
You're right, lag is not always mutual and ping is only one layer of the online problems. There's different types of lag, especially on MAME because we're all on different hardware.This is why I have been saying for over a decade that a vast majority of lag is one-sided and screws the other person despite all the people trying to rationalize "oh lag is mutual, it's affecting both of us"...
Chances are @nwo just usually ends up getting the shit end of the stick
I didn't really want to get into it because everyones online experience might vary, but in general online is slower paced, there's dropped inputs, and the speed of the game can change mid-match (which can mess up your input timing, especially on higher execution combos/infinities).That's why I asked you to voice your opinions on what aspects of the characters moved in placement specifically affect them being better or worse online, for example i mentioned Lao's teleport, another good example is not being able to block after Nightwolf's Axe-ender and the next rushdown HK-starter, Ermac losing juggle freedom, height of IA-projectiles, etc
I play competitive UMK3 since 2010Out of curiosity with how much MS guys you are playing?
well, i played against few very good sheeva players, I can’t say what's special about her, but she can be very powerfull sometime. She have long limbs, pretty good jabs, nice throw move, from time to time she can use her unblocable moves, nice fireball, and ok regular combo. She's definitely better than D-tier. She can float between C and B, but definitely better than DThat's great you keep UMK3 alive, guys Especially offline. However, it's still strange for me Sheeva is so high...
Every year In May, we hold the Moscow offline tournament. Many hardcore players from Russia and the CIS countries from many cities. Crazy skill level. It is very very difficult to take top places. This year (May 2019) we even had one player from Israel. So if you can, join our tournament. I promise that this is one of the highest levels of performance. Just ask me how. I'll help you guys to visit Russia Moscow.That's great you keep UMK3 alive, guys Especially offline. However, it's still strange for me Sheeva is so high...
Do you have any big tournaments in Bulgaria? - Why not?! Or is it about home gatherings? We have a very big tournament. With a great electric skill level and good prizesOr maybe you can come to Bulgaria instead?
Nice! Can we watch a video of these matches? Or is it as usually a big secret? But if without jokes, then if you will have any tournaments, let us know. My regardsI don't see myself traveling to another country, just for UMK3 tournament, but in case it's not an issue for you, you are always welcomed here. I've already had such home gatherings with Sepy, AC1984, ErrorMakro and HRZ. No one was disappointed.
Nice! We will definitely watch this match. But I asked about the video, where YOU play the full match against some of the strong players. Not edited video. But Full Fight. I'm not asking you about other players. But about your fights. First to 7 wins for example, or first to 5, first to 10 wins, whatever. Not a freeplay. You have some? Not edited video? We all see only selected and edited ded's fights. I heard you're always hide all the matches where you lost. Is this true? There are legends about this, did you know?I don't get the big secret joke, but the matches between AC1984 and HRZ are online since 2010 (when you started playing competitively, I guess)
A quick search on youtube:
To make everything clear. The whole world respects you. For your contribution to UMK3. And of course me too. But no one has seen a single match of yours. Not a fight, but a full match. This link that you shared, I saw 10 years ago. What new can we see there? You said that the AC 1984 player was in Bulgaria and played against you and did not disappointed . Do you have a full match video of you vs AC1984? Did you play against him at all? Where can we watch the full match and the result?Sure, I've dealt with so much shit talk about this topic, so i stopped uploading vs matches at all. But just for your guilty pleasure, here is something for you
WE = I mean I and our Russian & CIS community. I am sorry about the offtopic, and we do not ask about the video of your defeats. We ask about your full matches. For example, against AC1984, do you have this? Where can we watch it? Not in words, but in the video?We? I still play online with some friends from time to time, but If you are so many, i can probably record all the losses I'd got and make another compilation of it
The result does not matter, and yes, I've played against @AC1984
I believe the topic is about Tier List, not how I make compilation videos of my wins only
It's already playable via ggpo for a while http://www.redggpo.com/Apparently, UMK3 has been, or is currently in the process of being properly added to Final Burn Neo, the follow up to the now defunct Final Burn Alpha. That said, it should likely see a release using a GGPO/rollback netcode release soon enough, which will finally get UMK3 into this century in terms of online play.