I wanted to try out some fighting games and decided to try the 30th anniversary collection of street…

I wanted to try out some fighting games and decided to try the 30th anniversary collection of street fighter. What the hell is up with these few things
>have to press triggers halfway down on controller for the inputs to register some reason, this wasn’t the case on emulators.
>training for only 4 games
>super meter isn’t always at 100 during training (at least in alpha 3) so trying to practice getting the super right for zangief was a pain in the ass. The PS1 version had a better practice mode.
Is the collection meant to be shit?

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  1. 3S runs odd on the collection, and I’m not sure why. I use it for training mode but play on fightcade, and I swear it feels smoother on fightcade. But I’m not sure why because they’re both running at 60 fps. I think the collection might have motion blur.

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  2. Nobody uses 30th to play A3. You need to use fightcade (as shitty as it is). Also don’t play Gief, he’s really dumb in that game and I think his low IQ gorilla playstyle will give you some bad habits. I suggest starting with one of

    >Ryu
    >Charlie
    >Sakura

    Given that this is your first fighting game. I think Sakura or Charlie. They have great buttons. Just learn the lk lk st.lk combo with Sakura.

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  3. obviously fightcade is the shit but i hook my switch up to a projector and play tons of shit with my friends on the side of my house so having third strike in the rotation makes this collection worth it.

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  4. >super meter isn’t always at 100 during training (at least in alpha 3) so trying to practice getting the super right for zangief was a pain in the ass. The PS1 version had a better practice mode.

    It should have an option for full meter, no? There’s definitely training mode hacks for emulators.

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  5. I got the Street Fighter collection from a humble bundle and I’m reliving my childhood by playing Street Fighter 2 Champion Edition solo.
    I just wish I could get good at them to actually try my luck against human players I don’t mind losing; not being able to put a good fight for the other player is what shames me. .

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    • Any that you’re comfortable with

      Let nobody tell you that you need a certain type of gamepad or fightstick to get good. Everything is viable

      Case in point: This guy beat a Guilty Gear tournament with a fucking steering wheel
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_irhlVNkKM

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  6. I wonder why the Collection doesn’t also include that Ultra SF2 version? I know it was released on…Switch maybe? Like theoretically the latest update to SF2 that came out a few years ago and…I think its only on Switch? Shouldn’t that be included as well and now on PC etc..?

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    • Digital Eclipse literally just does nothing but release low effort rom dumps as collections. They don’t even make any improvements and justify it by saying they’re "preserving the original experience" or whatever line of bullshit. Versus mode and training mode is pretty much just save states and some adjusted dip switch settings.

      Digital Eclipse is a joke and companies who use them to port their old games should be called out for it. The SamSho collection is the same way and IIRC runs like complete shit too and on PC is a memory hog for some reason.

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    • >Ultra
      that’s something else. It’s not a ROM. Netcode is a lot better than sf30th too. You can save match replays, make your own custom fighter colours, switch between HD and original audio/visuals etc. It’s pretty much a fully fledged native release.

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  7. I fucking suck at fighting games, but I want to play some 3S.
    Is the game active on PS4? And please, don’t say
    >git FightCade, you mongoloid
    because only autists are there.

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    • on PS4 you’re probably subject to automatic matchmaking.

      there are always new players joining 3S on Fightcade
      plenty of C- and D-Ranks going around
      if you wanna have games at your skill-level, you can challenge those guys directly.

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    • >because only autists are there.
      You’re looking to play a fighting game populated mostly by deadbeat stoner dads, you think the console is going to change that?

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  8. On Pc?
    Just get fightcade if you care about playing against other folk
    On console?
    Get fightCade on a laptop and buy the collection cheap for like 10 or 5 bucks. It’s what I did for friends who come over and if my wife wants to play a few rounds of 2nd impact

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  9. the anniversary edition doesn’t have as good a netcode as fightcade

    get fightcade. it has rollback-netcode and you can play tons of arcade-games on it

    thats also, where all the community hangs out. For the street-fighter games at least

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      • ya

        you can also download some .json files, so that fightcade downloads the rom automatically, whenever you enter a game-channel

        Heres the copy pasta that explains how to set it up:

        Download this http://www.mediafire.com/file/teqitr3uurwjzpg/Rompack_09_Sep_2020.zip/file extract it and put the .json files DIRECTLY into your “..Fightcadeemulator” folder. it should look like this https://prnt.sc/tr74k2 if you then, without closing Fightcade, RE-JOIN any channel on Fightcade it automatically downloads the rom.
        Guide for troubleshooting, afterwards https://docs.google.com/document/d/18mBBLVMCzzlq7eejTvGaoCFb9H2VM_PuAsbM8pjBmoY/edit#

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      • Fightcade works with any game from any console relevant console up to the SNES. It’s a wonderful piece of software

        Also use this

        ya

        you can also download some .json files, so that fightcade downloads the rom automatically, whenever you enter a game-channel

        Heres the copy pasta that explains how to set it up:

        Download this http://www.mediafire.com/file/teqitr3uurwjzpg/Rompack_09_Sep_2020.zip/file extract it and put the .json files DIRECTLY into your “..Fightcadeemulator” folder. it should look like this https://prnt.sc/tr74k2 if you then, without closing Fightcade, RE-JOIN any channel on Fightcade it automatically downloads the rom.
        Guide for troubleshooting, afterwards https://docs.google.com/document/d/18mBBLVMCzzlq7eejTvGaoCFb9H2VM_PuAsbM8pjBmoY/edit#

        to auto-download the ROMs

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  10. >Look at me! I’m a retard who didn’t do the slightest bit of research before purchasing a barebones collection of emulated arcade ROMs! Please give me attention!
    Here you go, now fuck off.

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          • But it isn’t a service? It’s 1s and 0s that you execute on your computer
            If I bought it and then complained, are you implying capcom would fix all the issues tomorrow?

          • >But it isn’t a service?
            It is
            >It’s 1s and 0s that you execute on your computer
            If videogames are just 1s and 0s, why are you wasting your time with them in the first place?

            >If I bought it and then complained, are you implying capcom would fix all the issues tomorrow?
            Of course they won’t, but at least you would have actual moral authority to complain.
            You’re no different from the normies shitting on something you like but they don’t actually buy or play.

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