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User Info: EuroE

EuroE
4 weeks ago#21
Nope. It's either too easy, or the game reads your inputs and reacts accordingly.

User Info: DarkDoc

DarkDoc
4 weeks ago#22
^ so you don't accept that an AI can ever beat you fair and square?

Will Smith posted...
To really be in favor of online over single player modes, online has to offer the best of the following :

- quality of netcode
- active online lobbies
- the reputation of the community
- decent and quick matchmaking

You forgot something important.

Good, interesting local players of equal ability with a good isp.

The best Netcode in the world won't help if everybody else lives too far away, uses wifi, picks Ryu all the time, is too good/bad, etc.
Yes, I play against the CPU 90% of the time.
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(edited 3 weeks ago)

User Info: Mister_Spyker

Mister_Spyker
3 weeks ago#24
EuroE posted...
Nope. It's either too easy, or the game reads your inputs and reacts accordingly.

This is also my experience. But that is also how human players are, so it's kind of hard to say. Good players would not be good players if they couldn't read you like an open book and react accordingly. The only difference is that CPUs are basically code and didn't train to deserve their skill, unlike a human opponent. There's nothing to admire about a CPU, unless it's well balanced. It's very easy to make a CPU that's super strong, just make it read you like crazy and optimize every single punish for max damage.
Dear lord, Spyker just ripped his entire life apart in nothing more than a few paragraphs. Ouch... - RexSilver
(edited 3 weeks ago)
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