Ryu is so sick in this game
I almost exclusively played on a stock 360/PS pad. I've kind of learned on stick and it's really just preference. You could also buy a "fightpad" which is a pad with a dpad, 6 face buttons instead of 4. they might have shoulder buttons and they might have a stick.I'll be getting this tomorrow, thinking about buying a stick but I'm wondering if it's a necessity to play at a high level? Or is a regular controller/fight pad good enough?
Thanks. I played SF at arcades back in the 90's so I'll probably feel comfortable with a stick but I also played sf2 turbo on snes and even though I thought it wasn't going to be the same with a controller it ended up being the same to me, every move,combo, were easy to pull out using the snes controller, even Zangief's pd was easy. Thanks bro.So single player matches are coming good sux gotta wait so long heh what kind of single player matches is it something like tower in mk where u fight like 8 people And a Boss?
Also for the person asking about stick,i know alot of SF players that use Reg controllers and play fine against people with stick if u pick up a stick And never played one before its like trying to play on a controller for the first time so you gotta relearn how to play if you have the patiënts go for it that way Ur hand wont get tired or blistered lol thats the only adventage i myself use controller or a pad mainly just ds4 controller the dpad is fine on it
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Ken, Bison, Cammy, Nash, and maybe Laura are feeling pretty aggressive this game. Dhalsim is the king of spacing but Birdie is pretty good at it too with his big buttons and chain attacks. Also Ryu is the basic fireball spacing game obviouslyCan someone answer these two questions,
Who's the most aggressive character and who's the best at spacing.