I think this not the subject ...
And regarding this part:
"but nikuson lost his touch last year because of new updates favouring Full version guys,so he left the game now", i think it's not a good reason. Look at the price of the full version : peanut ... and think about all the work done by Manu for this game
To buy the full version = respect for the author
After, that's true there are a lot of ***** people in the tour and i think that high delay and high % of lage kill the game
Just my opinion...
seb wrote:i hope you have noticed that i said : "high delay and high % of lag kill the game" and not "laggers"
For me, laggers could be players who slow their internet flow with specific appliction so i don"t think there is a lot in the tour.
The only guilty in the distance between players (and connection quality)
But it's true to say that some players succeed to play good with high delay & lags (it's not my case) and in this case, they invert the level / opponents
manutoo wrote:strike styles have zero difference gameplay wise, except between 1 handed & 2 handed strikes (2h strikes have shorter reach, less power, but more consistency & a counter bonus) & for the visual hint they give for the left/right aim timing (ie: it might be harder to time your shot with a slow preparation strike) ; and demo users have the easiest to time strikes for FH & 1H-BH (it's the ones I use usually ).
E=mc2 wrote:... depends on seeing your opponent's body movement, which many great defenders in the game do---> there is a problem of expecting the range of their shots. ...
Rpha wrote:I think I'm defending very well and I don't care at all if opponent plays with full / demo version. Furthermore I don't think that anybody wants a online mode just for full version owner. It's a great bonus by developer and shouldn't be discuss.
E=mc2 wrote:But there are many demo guys out there who want to play with different strike styles.
Rpha wrote:A fair competition would be (in an economic sense) that you have to buy TE to play online, never the other way round.
E=mc2 wrote:U are right and as i said I have nothing against the Game Owner. It is just valid in economic sense. But the online tournaments are for both full and demo guys and not everyone can offord to buy it though
Rpha wrote:As developer said, difficulty is the same. Only "visual conveniences" for the guy who spend developer 20$ for their work.
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