I remember spending days at Farm Fresh on the Street Fighter II machine and actually I recently bought SF Alpha II for SNES just so I could play with my brother. Some people say that if you go back to enjoy something you used to love, it will never feel the same and you'll end up hating it. I beg to differ. It's fun, I still love it, though I do wish I had my money back to put toward the new one, SFIV :-PI remember games such as Virtua Fighter IV in the arcade (you guys do know what an arcade is, right?) and that was incredibly awesome. Probably my favorite.Then I remember Fighter's Destiny on N64 and that really got some use on my system. I don't recall the focus being on super-hard combo sequences, but I do remember lots of moves and a more kick-fighter style to it. I loved that game, too.So my next foray into fighting games hasn't come to fruition yet since I never owned a Dreamcast and didn't get a PS2 when they first came out. I've been interested in learning about Soulcalibur, but I figure that it's finally time to start renting some games for my PS3 before I go out and buy them outright. I think that would be the best course of action.
lvl 19 rogue twink ...try it out now, xDit will open the pvp world...And then you will ding because of a trick or treat quest or a Daily that you completed...up to lvl 29 ;Dwork your way to 60...stop then cause once 80 it gets boring and most of the pvp stuff are lvl 60 anyway ;((
So true, it requires more skill then wow, Street Fighter FTW !