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Yet despite their popularity, fighting games remain extremely daunting for newcomers. Basic combat mechanics such as blocks, counterattacks, resets, and wake-ups can be difficult for brand new players to master. Not to mention, the basic foundation of competitive play—bread and butter combos—can feel extremely difficult for a new player unfamiliar with combos or specials. For newbies, the competitive online experience that so many fighting game fans have grown to love can feel impossible to join. How can a player pull off so many attacks so fast? How is someone able to deal so much damage at once? Sometimes it feels as if “button mashing” is the only useful option in combat.

So I thought anyone who plays SG or is interested in looking back into it can leave their info and I can post it here. Now SG still doesn't have lobbies but they will be patched in eventually. I play on PSN and can make a chat room where people can meet up and set stuff up. I will switch to the PC version when it comes out as it looks like that will be the one to get all updates first. At least until console stuff catches up. Plus I'm getting it as part of the indiegogo thing anyway.


Skullgirls matchmaking

Skullgirls matchmaking