I heard that it was inaccurate as it got frame information wrong on various attacks for characters. Finding info about this iteration of the game that's concrete has been a nightmare for me. It feels like it's just scattered everywhere compared to other games to me. I think my safest bet would be to just watch high level Christies (Electric Mann's Christie is the best I've seen yet) and base my playstyle around that but add my own touch to it as I get better and familiar with what works for me and doesn't in matches.Hmmm i think it was alot of try and error for me... At least it felt like that during my Dimensions time..
Then all of a sudden I was the Christie out there
Of course i have alot to learn, still, but winning isnt that much of a struggle anymore!
The data provided in training mode has helped me lots!
You should try it out big time!
- I'm not saying you should have constant wet dreams about a character you like. For some of you, your reasons for liking the character CAN be different. The most important question you should ask yourself is if you're happy using that character? Is your fundamental mindset about that character equal to or greater than your will to master that character no matter how many times you fall? And if you fall, will you get back up again? These are the questions you should ask yourself when finding the balanced mentality of dedication.
- Always practice humility before pride. Sometimes people can get lost in their ego when they learn something new about their character and make up in their minds that they're invincible. And when the time comes when you're on the receiving end, you have a better chance of having your pride shattered and humiliated on all fronts. It's not to say that you should never appreciate the things you learned to help make you a better player, but it is saying that it's best put in moderation. It's nice to be self-confident, but others acknowledging you of their own free will is even better.
- If you do find that character, and you do have a strong will of dedication to that character, do not drop that character. In certain communities, people will say many things about you. Some good, some bad, some things NSFW. But as long as you are dedicated to a character you love to play, consume more knowledge than despair, apply that knowledge, and never give up, people will look at you differently. But do not get me wrong. Life is not all sunshine and rainbows when more people come to accept you. There's always gonna be someone (if not a few people) who simply doesn't like you. The solution is simple: Forget 'em, and look at what you do have and the positive things (not necessarily material things) you left behind through your dedication.