Friday, March 25, 2022

How to Get Good at Fighting games

In recent years, game companies have put a lot of efforts in making their fighting games a bit more casual friendly but nothing can really be done to remove, in its entirety, the commitment that it takes to master those types of games. Fighting games are one of the most fun, and most frustrating, genre to master. It's a genre that demands that you spend time with it if you ever want to compete.

Like anything else in life, it takes time to get good at Fighting games and while we can't really remove the time requirement there are a few things that we can do to speed the process ever so slightly. Those are:
  • Stick to one Character: Fighting games comes with a wide array of characters with their quirks. Find your favorite and stick with it.
  • Do the training: Most, if not all, fighting games comes with training modes that can help you get familiar with the character. You can definitely learn how to play your character simply by playing against the A.I. but training allows you to learn a specific move without all  the other things that are bound to happen during a fight.
  • Go against the most difficult A.I.: Be okay with loosing as this is what needs to happen in order to get good. Playing against the most difficult A.I. means that you'll be punish for most mistakes you make. You won't learn much more than the basics of the game if you go against the lower difficulty A.I..
  • Play online: The A.I. are design to react, almost perfectly, to every move you make which is great but you also want to play against humans in order to get good with unpredictability.
  • Look for tips online: Youtube is my go to resource when I'm trying to learn a new fighting game.
Don't give up and you'll get the hang of it!

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