>tfw I want to play for glory on ssb4, but whenever I lose I get so angry that I start to self harm
how do I get better at smash?
>tfw you get so angry at a video game you try to stick the tv remote up your ass
if the controls and the lag are so bad they make you lose then why is the opponent winning? He has a special version with good control and he isn't affected by the lag? I don't think so.
>Not taking them seriously and having fun at the same time
>Not being competetive at multiplayer games
>Being a casual who only plays games where "everyone wins"
And this is why Smashfags are the cancer of /v/ right now
I'm a rape victim and even I don't self-harm. Stop being a pussy-ass bitch.
Get over yourself, that's a good place to start.
it's peer to peer
one of the players hosts. If he has a good connection it works.
note: this is the same netcode the wii u version will use you stupid faggot
maybe try to stay away from microwaves or any interferences or tell your friend to get a better connection.
because offline play has even more lag? have you actually even played the game? Do you even fucking own it?
>note: this is the same netcode the wii u version will use you stupid faggot
LAN vs wifi hmm, but on the WiiU version I don't have to use wireless on a multiplayer game because it's a fucking multiplayer game
>because offline play has even more lag? have you actually even played the game? Do you even fucking own it?
are you high?
>on the WiiU version I don't have to use wireless on a multiplayer game because it's a fucking multiplayer game
what the fuck are you even saying right now
Daily reminder that Smash takes more skill than any other fighter.
Needing to do 5435435787 different inputs to pull off a move doesn't mean it requires more skill. In fact all it does is slow down the gameplay
Friends aren't objects for you to own, anon.
OP here last night I lost to a fucking rosalina and luma that fucking sluts dash attack launches you every time. twice I should have won, but I didn't. I punched myself in the head and got a little dizzy I could feel my brain move was weird. My secondary is pac I'm trying to make him work any other pac users?
I don't care who you are, friendship isn't something you collect like so much pokémon cards, it's a sacred bond linking the heart of two persons. You do not "own" a friend. You have a friend, and a friend has you. It's a mutual sentiment based on trust and understanding. If you "own" a friend, you have no friend at all.
Depends on what you mean by self-harm. Sometimes I would slap myself across the face for not doing so well, or punch the closest chair so hard my fist hurts.
But actually like, hurting yourself? I'd seek out help before playing a game like this. Alternatively,
git gud and also learn how to properly manage anger I guess.
Play a 99 stock with a friend against the CPU.
That's what I did last night and after the first 20 minutes of stomping and kneeing Jiggles in the face it became second nature.
Or you can just practice. That works too.
Or, how about you just enjoy it the way you want to enjoy it because it's a video games and there's not reason for people to get so buttflustered about it.
shit doesnt come close to melee or project m
>90% of the time players using ANY character with a projectile/counter will roll to the edge of the stage and sit there waiting for you to approach
>if you dont they slowly walk up towards you to get a response and then proceed to roll back again
ive had my fun matches online but come the fuck on, youre putting yourself at a disadvantage by giving up center stage, the point of the game is to knock the other guy off the stage, why does everyone keep doing this
yea i guess youre right, but there it actually made a difference in melee/pm cause there was a different ledge game
theres no ledge game in the new smash
anyone with half a brain can come back to the stage safely with autosweetspot or some other move
there arent many characters with shit recoveries and there arent many gimping options
so it makes no sense to be at the ledge the entire match and putting yourself at a disadvantage
see these people win againts me and it makes me made cause I know I should be slapping them around, also another excuse I tell myself is that i'm not using the gc controller, which I'm much better at using
Not him but the controls are shit. Eventually my thumb just slips all over the circle pad causing my inputs to be ignored and to do neutrals instead of ups, or even sometimes fucking sides because of how it slips, and I die.
I play sheik, so I have to execute things exactly on time and play perfectly or I get wrecked, and with this control set up it requires everything I have as a person and eventually I say fuck it and switch to Lucina.
give the game a few hours for the control scheme to kick in, and dont try to play it like any previous smash
as for dealing with those ledge stalling scrubs, just bait them into attacking you and when they miss, grab them and start a combo
depending on who youre using and who they're using, you can throw them off the ledge and try to gimp them (ex. throw lil mac off stage as sonic and use up+b spring to gurantee a ko)
the ledge game is basically a game of who takes bait first
I'm not really a fan of the ledge game either but it is there. From what I've seen you hold on to the ledge, quickly jump off, attack, and regrab.
It's weird, but you can guard the ledge against a good amount of characters.
>tfw my Main for 15 years got a huge nerf
>sword is so short it might as well be a knife
>can't combo and his airgame sucks
>worst recovery in the game (even Little Mac has the decent side B) makes it impossible for him to edgeguard
>tfw on top of the nerfs he's impossible to play online due to the fucking awful lag
You can't play any character that requires finesse because of huge input lag makes it impossible to connect your moves let alone sweetspot. I guess it's just Bowser, Little Mac and Duck Hunt all day everyday
what you described existed on the other games as well but its one scenario
if both of you are offstage, theres no ledge game, you can both grab it at the same time and get back on stage or one person grabs it and the other gets on stage
if youre mid stage and the person is trying to come back, their safest option is to go down and go for a sweetspot to the ledge, only a few characters can counter that with a projectile that aims downwards (pacman, sonic)
theres a ledgegame but its not very good, the meat of the game is onstage
I got so angry at Brawl last night I shit my pants. I had to poop anyway and I tensed up and it just came out all over my mattress. I was naked and didnt have a bed sheet so I just fa breezed it and flipped it.
I dont think my roommate noticed
I was so mad at video games once I stopped doing homework, girlfriend broke up with me, started failing school, didn't go to class, none of my friends talk to me anymore and any friends I do have live 6 hours away and cutting myself and sleeping are the only things that I enjoy anymore
>tfw finally learning reads
I know to shield as soon as I see pacman laying out dots!
not him but if he's self harming over nintendo games then i'm fairly sure he's autistic. i've worked with autistic people who self harm and they tend self harm the same way everytime. i guess it's something that goes hand in hand with their overall repetitiveness.
>I was born with a habit to prefer to ask people online for pictures of their left arm for no reason which seems completely natural to me
You either have some legitimate form of autism, or you get off to it. I don't care what reasoning you have that justifies you asking that question either, it's not normal.
What are you going to do with the picture of my left arm?
Like I asked in a much previous post, define self harm. Taking sharp objects to yourself? Or just slapping yourself/punching yourself a few times upon failure?
>Nice fallacy kiddo, autistic people don't have a tendency to do repetitive task in the exact same way over long periods of time and hate change to routine or their environment
Fallacy fallacy faggot, just because he uses a logical fallacy doesn't mean he's wrong.
>it's not a fallacy but it's a fallacy
>lets talk to myself by quoting something that hasn't been said before then respond to it as if I'm arguing with someone that isn't me
I'm fairly sure you have autism, the actual autism, not the buzzword you love so much.
I have no reason to apologize because that is my first post in this thread.
If you said something stupid, ie something i don't like and I called you autistic that would be me using a Buzzword.
You however are begging for pics of a persons left arm, the left arm specifically, for no reason as if it's normal and cannot comprehend why the guy you are asking thinks you are creepy and probably want to jerk off to it. If you don't have some insane left arm fetish, those are actual signs of some mild form of autism, because you cannot understand how fucking weird you are being right now.
yeah man, slapping and hitting yourself is self harm. in the hospital i work at staff have to intervene when a patient starts hitting himself/herself. it's a sign of someone who is flipping their shit
>mfw playing smash 3DS
I should have ignored it and wait for the Wii U version instead
Fuck, I'm guilty of doing that sometimes whenever I'm really upset at something or upset at myself. I'm usually just angry and I want to hit something to I guess, let my anger out, and sometimes the "something" happens to be myself.
I really need to git gud as Mega Man. It's one of those awkward situations where I can beat bad players, but then someone who knows what they're doing comes on and wrecks my shit. I wish his Smashes came out a teeny bit faster.
if you can't control it then there may be something wrong. i'm no expert but I haven't seen anyone other than a patient hit themselves over games or anything for that matter
if you go to a doctor try and get diazepam prescribed. chills you out like fuck
Okay, it only happens sometimes, it's not like my first instinct is to always hit myself whenever I mess up, usually I hit something else, sometimes I'm just like "fuck, okay, let's just try this again". I'm guessing stuff like this is normal, but if I'm repeatedly hitting myself for failures then that means there's probably something wrong with me. Like you said, you're no expert and I'm not either so I can't tell, but I guess if it gets too worrisome I will go see a doctor.