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farcry360
farcry360

dont understand how this girl got her job

she has no clue about the games she's doing the interview on, let alone games in general, and no communication skills

what's her title, community manager? wth?

jark888
jark888

I wonder how was the sell of the game (Almost preorder the collector's edition, just that its contents are not attractive enough. I kinda hope it to have more collective value).

suplax
suplax

Exactly why i only play fighting games with my friends on my local xbox -_-"

trywizard
trywizard

by watching her face she looks pretty bored there lol

warhawk-geeby
warhawk-geeby

It folks like Daniel that ruin my online experience on fighting games.

 

I thought I was immense at Tekken until I actually played the thing online.. Might as well have left the pad on the floor and walked out the room.

 

Once someone gets 'keepy-ups' it's all over.

 

Fair play to the guy, he's talented.  But I wouldn't enjoy playing him AT ALL.

Jestersmiles
Jestersmiles

the comment section shows how much people care about being "pro" xD.

DarthLod
DarthLod

Like is said in previous post, fighting games of today are a rocket science and not fun anymore. Too much involved.

natalieyan
natalieyan

 a "relly good friend" of a big person in gamespot :)

Zorine
Zorine moderator staff

 @trywizard Underneath my calm facade is a DOA pro waiting to happen. Zen face.

Rizion89
Rizion89

 @DarthLod Please explain how lvl3 X-factor Wesker involves any amount of "rocket science".

deathbeat60
deathbeat60

 @DarthLod They're still fun, the "rocket science" part mostly applies to the competitive players or people who play at tournaments.  

Jonny-Two-Delta
Jonny-Two-Delta

 @Zorine  @trywizard You should maybe consider throwing a few simple questions in, or just comments on what's being demonstrated. It'll give the impression that you have interest in what's being said. Everything you've said in the video seemed scripted and disinterested except the brief dialogue about strikes and throws at 7:40-ish. More of that and more smiling and you'll win the hearts and minds of your audience.