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This user joined EventHubs on May 3, 2010.
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Donaldb22
PlayStation Network
PSN ID
Nu_me_ro_gai_jin
Games, skill levels & characters
Games and skill levelMainSecondThird
Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo
 
  10/10
Fei Long
Guile
Skullgirls
 
  9/10

Painwheel

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Team A
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
 
  8/10
Marth
Zelda
King Dedede
Ultra Street Fighter 4
 
  7/10
Gen
Fei Long
Oni
Street Fighter X Tekken
 
  7/10

Law

Lei

Team A

Cole

Law

Team B
BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma
 
  7/10
Tager
Hazama
Bang
Other games
Tekken 6 — 6/10
Past comments
BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Ver 2.0 - Celica's fireball, healing, footsie tools and Lambda-11's differences from Nu-13 shown on stream
@15 Yet People can play League of Legends and not complain half as much after 66 revisions in less than a year

Daigo on his losses to John Choi, Filipino Champ: 'It wasn't because I let my guard down or anything like that; they were just really good'
Sorry but contrary to popular belief there ARE setups at EVO that are laggy no matter which system you play on. Why Daigo lost was not a surprise. Any real player can look at the match and tell he was outplayed pure and simple.....thats all.

Report: Japanese player said EVO 2014 setup was lagging in USF4, may have impacted Daigo's match
Truthfully I went to EVO twice (2010, 2012) and played and both setups were laggy that we played on. I could not finish rekkas or even the simplest of combos. There are laggy setups at EVO every year but there are also non laggy setups at EVO as well. It does not matter what system you play on. Some of those TVs (usually Asus) do not provide lagless setups.

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