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  1. I am happy to see that the game seems to work on linux (and i guess mac) thanks to the steam compatibility tool, but it is a shame there is no Linux native version.
  2. I only have one friend who plays Guilty Gear, it was one of the random people on my steam "friend" list . thanks to this game we are becoming good friends. If you are happy sticking with online gameplay you dont need a lot of people to play the game. Just a game with good netcode and a good internet connection. I am still bad at the game. I mess up almost every roman cancel I try . If someone here wants to try the game contact me on Steam
  3. I fell back in love with Guilty Gear after watching this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hl2PqSH4HKg The game feels more organic than any other fighting game. Once you realize that you dont have to fully learn a character to play the game it is a matter of absorving knowledge during combats. Keeping training mostly to muscle memorize combos. I feel Tekken and SF are too big these days. Massive rosters, constant updates and corporative hype to keep the game alive. I kinda preffer to play something smaller, that will still have commited player even in a few years down the line.
  4. Persona 3. There is something about it that makes it really special.
  5. This game is the White Stripes of fighting games. I love it but I am abysmal. Feel free to add me if you want to win a fight online.
  6. Impulse purchase! The game is very satisfying and it feels like a proper game. This days fighting games feel more like lifestyle choices rather than games! I could not have any online fight but that is probably something to do with my landladys router. I must convince her that the powerline adapter is harmless. The lack of combo system is really special, I (we?) tend to get instant satisfaction out of the combo system, in the end games like bbtag feel more like a rhythm game than a fighting game. This feels more like a "mans game".
  7. this thread reminded me of the SALT series!!!. Streamers are the best! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHEepYNOAxM
  8. Hi. I am in Spain having a gap-few months. I decided playing eve very casually while Im learning web dev stuff on the main computer. If someone feels like high sec mining let me know. I have an orca character with serious boost skills. Eventually I might try to get into action, although lately I prefer fighting games for that sort of gameplay.
  9. I would love Ultra SF3. Maybe with easier inputs and multiplatform (but I guess that Capcom don't want to put pressure on Sony)
  10. Sorry you are right. I woke up in a funny mood. I think it's true these days we are criminalising groups of people and that's dangerous. Obviously thsag guy is an idiot and he deserves to be jailed for a couple of years at the very least. But im really triggered when a group of people is poited at. Whether they are streamers, mens or Jews . The rights struggle for men in Spain is true. And that happens after being criminalised.
  11. The topic starter is used cheap tactics to make the thread popular. "streamers are the worst" Blaming a group of people. In Spain the same philosophy applied to mens. "Men are the worst" now we are second class citizens in Spain we don't even have presumption of innocence! If a man is accused of violence that's it. Needless to say that's causing a lot of friction. It's funny when the only political group willing to fight for equal rights among men and women .... Is the far right! Criminalising a group of people is a form of abuse.
  12. I found a abandoned mining ship in the middle of nowhere, I managed to get in I took it to a station to be repaired and upgraded. Then I asked one of my haulers to give me a lift back to the same spot where my starter ship was. It is quite amazing managing your ships from a station , seeing them arriving and leaving. I joined a traders guilt, giving me carebear missions. Can I do the missions remotely or they are meant to be done personally?. It is amazing the scale of the game. And it feels more like a operating system than at a game. The name "foundations" is not coincidental. It is a gigantic sandbox which is fun as it is but obviously there is a lot of things that could be built on it.
  13. Oh thanks for the tip, I did not know I could teleport!. I have a feeling this game has been made to please old x-series fans first. The game seems to asume we know the features. I guess they will keep adding features to make it easier to dip into. Sometimes it is just confusing, I just accepted some simple cargo run mission, I remember first I was pointed to where the items were, but now it just points at the destination!. I have no idea where those items are. I have encountered some annoyiances like that. Also I accepted a mission to build a station, yeah with my crappy little ship. I should not be offered that sort of mission so early, it adds to the confusion I have in my head.
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