As someone who want's to get into fighting games, Which on would be the most noob friendly game? I'm talking about game speed, difficulty of combo execution, stuff like that.
Noob friendly games, not your favorite game
Super Turbo is pretty basic. It will teach you fundamentals which will carry you far which then you could start playing USFIV where you could start picking up a high execution character like Akuma, Elena, Ibuki etc if you're comfortable down the road. I'd say this is the best bet for 2d fighters at least for me. 3d fighters I guess tekken tag 2?
MvC3, TvC, Tekken Tag 2 , Any Soul Caliburs are good starts. USF4 is a terrible way to get into fighting games , if you wanna get into Street Fighter start with 2 turbo or the alpha series.
If you wanna play in arcades then you'll need to learn it. You can play with whatever you're comfortable with. I couldn't use a controller because it felt overwhelming and stupid. I bought a stick and i got comfortable with it in about 2 days. The perks of having a stick is modding the hell out of it which is something i've enjoyed.
yes but most likely in private lobbies
When I say street fighter I mean ultimate and Sf5 whrn it drops. No matter what dont play umvc3. The game has been abandoned by capcom and is a broken mess. Dont get me started on the online.
Street Fighter the barest of 2D fighter there is, even Mortal Kombat games have gotten more technical.
Most advance/complicated I'd say is either Guilty Gear Accent Core+ or MvC2.
Darkstalkers 3 is definitely worth playing, although it's between Street Fighter and MvC2 in terms of technical requirement.
Tekken is the safe route, Soul Edge/Calibur tends to be more unforgiving.
DOA and Virtua Fighter are there, they're niche and share too similar gameplay.
There's only one true 3D fighter though that I'm aware of
Ehrgeizand has an extremely high technical skill floor even with the lack of Ring-Outs and limited buttons.
Tobal 1 and 2 (juggle-heavy Tekken)
Cardinal Syn (surprisingly technical, but limited roster)
Evil Zone (very cheesy but fun)
Puzzle Fighter (very fun, can get technical)
Star Wars: Masters of Teräs Käsi (essentially a souls knockoff, worth playing though)
Super Smash Bros. (party game)
No reason to use Arcade stick unless you plan on going to the Arcade.
360 is awful for fighting games that use digital input, and the few that require analog are obsure/niche/shit.
Fighting games are not hard. Here's how to get good.
>pick a character
>learn their bread and butter combo
>block an opponent's attacks
>when they're open, do your combo
If you lose, why?
If you hit them more often but they still beat you
>learn more complex, damaging combos
If you can't hit them enough
>study their moves to find an opening
Googled it, video was of gameplay of the matches only. That's as far as I'm willing to search because I was sure there were some non-douchebags like
>>287227258 and >>287227275
who didn't have sand in their vagina's who would be nice enough to answer