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User Info: BlackDesperado

6 days ago#1
And your favorite title?

Title that gave you the hardest time to learn?
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User Info: WDCain

6 days ago#2
Alpha 3 was the game that got me into fighting games. I still own my original copy on the ps1.

Ultra SF4 is still giving me troubles. I never did get the hang of FADC.
Uhhh since I could hold a controller. So we'll say '94. Started with SF2, one I played the most was ST.

Favorite is Third Strike. That game is a well oiled machine. It just works so well, beautiful art direction, superb soundtrack, and the urban atmosphere was great. Parries are such a fun and cool mechanic, creates a nice meta too during long sets.

One I had the hardest time learning was Alpha 2. It was very different from the rest of the series.
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User Info: Darth_Havok

6 days ago#4
I'm an old bro. (no boomer comments pls, was never funny)

I started watching older kids play SF1. I personally, started w/ SF2 (pre, CE) as for favourite? Alpha 3. Hardest to learn? SF3. Can't parry to save my life.
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User Info: GunkoGunko

6 days ago#5
Been playing SF since the mid 90s. Fell out of love with the series a bit, especially when 3D fighters started to pop up (loved Tekken and Soul Calibur series). Sadly, I completely ignored the SF3 series. Really got back into the SF series because of SF4, and now the rest is history! (I have since gone back to play SF3, so thankfully I haven't missed too much)

Honestly, SFV has to be my favourite of the series. There hasn't been a single fighting game I've dedicated so much time playing and spectating, and I've seriously enjoyed the majority of that time spent. SFV is a polarising game, but I love it. ST gets a special mention too.

I can't say I've found any of the SFs difficult to learn, but then again, I don't think I've ever really put in time to seriously learn a SF game in the past. It was only until SF4 that I put in real effort to get somewhat decent (and I was still rubbish!).
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User Info: mrHowlll

6 days ago#6
I'm not really sure what my first street fighter game was. If I had to guess it might have been alpha 3 though I forget if it were on the game boy advance or the psp.
As for my favorite street fighter that would be street fighter 3 third strike online for xbox 360.
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User Info: Avalon64

6 days ago#7
I was a wee young lad when I popped in a quarter in an arcade cabinet of SF2 at a Chinese grocery store, heh got my butt kicked badly but little did I know it then it would be my start on playing fighting games

owned SF2 on the SNES and pretty much played EVERY SF title following that
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User Info: NoizyChild

6 days ago#8
Casually since 1992.

Competitively since 2016.
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User Info: CLupula

6 days ago#9
Since I first played SFII Turbo in a local bowling alley, when I was in high school.

My favorite is Alpha 3 (on Dreamcast), followed by SFV, followed by SFIV.
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I played the original arcade SF1 at the local putt putt arcade but really got into SF2, and SF2 M Bison fight was always rediculi.
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