Street Fighter IV out today!!!!!

YOUNG TUNA

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I want one of these aswell but cant find one anywhere!
Me too man but they're all sold out i guess and pre-ordered, I've been browsing a lot of forums and been thinking of building my own custom stick. You just have to order the arcade parts online and then solder a bit doesn't look so hard. There's some crazy cool custom pads you can see on the sites that people have made themselves. And I'm all into arcade sticks because when I originally started playing fighting games it was in Japan back in 2005 with Guilty Gear (which is the best and most skilled fighting game ever made tbh). Took me a long time to get used to the PS2 pad when I bought GG for PS2. Fighting games are all about playing with the STICK. The sound when you smash the buttons, eaglegripping the stick with the palm of your hand facing upwards... I NEED MY STICK GODDAMIT

is it worth a bag? pay day n that, might have to treat me self
If you into fighting games man. But something tells me you're not because you're asking that question.
 

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Ahhhh, all the memories are flooding back, I used to merk everyone with...

Ryu or Ken > Flying Hard Kick in > Light crouching kick til they re in the corner, then let the dragon punches rip! blaow! :D

Defo want this, but im still deep into skate 2, soon as im done thats getting traded!
 

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ordered it off play earlier today i hope it comes by tomorrow.
is a joystick worth investing in then yeh? never used one myself.. god i feel like a noob right now
They help pull off some sick moves. Plus they are built to last rather than mashing up your normal control pad. Plus they add to the experience really.
 

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They help pull off some sick moves. Plus they are built to last rather than mashing up your normal control pad. Plus they add to the experience really.
Yes and don't forget the fact that every fighting game is originally designed to play with an arcade stick. Like in SF4 the ultra combos are executed by pushing three of the buttons at the same time can be a bit tricky with a normal pad if you use your thumb.
 

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Did it not come then mate? I'm going to invest in one of those sticks. Playing it with a normal XB pad is tough.
Didn't... I know stick is a must. I was so pissed off yesterday I drank myself to sleep while playing Skate 2 demo alone. Now we're going cruising with my friend to see if there's any copies left ni the stores :teeth:
 

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Didn't... I know stick is a must. I was so pissed off yesterday I drank myself to sleep while playing Skate 2 demo alone. Now we're going cruising with my friend to see if there's any copies left ni the stores :teeth:
Lame. My mate said there was a massive shipment incoming, as the game had sold many units. I'm sure they will be restocking your country quickly too! Its a proper challenging game, man. We tried playing arcade mode on hardest setting last night, It was tough and the computer opponent A.I loves to repeat the same moves over and over, it got a bit tedious/annoying!
 
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