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Fallendarkr

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Learning KOF on fightcade
« on: June 18, 2016, 01:03:08 AM »
Been trying to learn KOF on fightcade 2002 mainly, and honestly its been rough, feels like im getting no where,think anyone can play with me and maybe help me improve a bit, or at least.

my team is Benimaru,Iori,and Terry
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Mr Bakaboy

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Re: Learning KOF on fightcade
« Reply #1 on: June 20, 2016, 08:51:48 PM »
I can though I will say learning '02 first is a bit rough online because of the many ways that game allows you to cheaply beat the crap out of your opponent. Personally I push '98 as a 1st time KOF game because it's simpler and less B.S. to deal with (mind you there's still B.S...... Just less of it). Though to each their own.
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Re: Learning KOF on fightcade
« Reply #2 on: June 20, 2016, 11:31:09 PM »
Been trying to learn KOF on fightcade 2002 mainly, and honestly its been rough, feels like im getting no where,think anyone can play with me and maybe help me improve a bit, or at least.

my team is Benimaru,Iori,and Terry

If you find that playing randoms on fightcade a bit too overwhelming, you should join our discord channel, we have players of many different skill levels that will help you improve without making you feel totally helpless: https://discord.gg/0X8lg0bSkbGAt4O5

Also, there will be a 2002 Fightcade tournament this Sunday hosted by a fellow player. It might help you find players of your level to play with after the event is over: http://challonge.com/KOF02fightcade
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