Back on the Streets

I dont know who sent in the email on this weeks bombcast but they were bang on the money about street fighter 4 that games looks awesome but I have never properly touched a fighting game and feel kinda alienated. Luckily my fantastic girlfriend did me more of a favour than she meant to at christmas by buying me a snes with super street fighter 2. I have been playing it tonight and still feel kinda lost on it but im picking it up. For example I now know how to throw a fireball succesfully although my repertoire needs some diversity. Either way im looking forward to SF4 and the training mode sounds like it could help me out a lot.
I have also been playing need for speed most wanted which i pretty darn fun although i keep feeling reluctant to splash out on parts till i get the car I really want which no doubt will be a lamborghini.

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Posted by Tofford

I dont know who sent in the email on this weeks bombcast but they were bang on the money about street fighter 4 that games looks awesome but I have never properly touched a fighting game and feel kinda alienated. Luckily my fantastic girlfriend did me more of a favour than she meant to at christmas by buying me a snes with super street fighter 2. I have been playing it tonight and still feel kinda lost on it but im picking it up. For example I now know how to throw a fireball succesfully although my repertoire needs some diversity. Either way im looking forward to SF4 and the training mode sounds like it could help me out a lot.
I have also been playing need for speed most wanted which i pretty darn fun although i keep feeling reluctant to splash out on parts till i get the car I really want which no doubt will be a lamborghini.

Posted by satseb

If you want to diversify your move set, check out gamefaqs.com for your snes and shoryuken.com for any fighter since the dreamcast. Shoryuken is an amazing collection of combos, tips, strategies, etc.