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    Started playing this DC fighter recently. Good stuff.

    F'n Gill. Can anyone beat him on level 4 or higher? Even on level 1 he's nails tough.

    Remy's cool... nice to see a Guile wannabe in the game. Only thing that would make this game perfect would be a JP Saturn-style controller. Ah well, can't win them all eh? Off to try MvC 2, Mark of the Wolves and Last Blade II... heh, I got these four fighters in a trade for US Dragon Force straight up.

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    I play Third Strike on xbox live all the time. Pretty much the only videogame I play anymore.

    You can use a jpn saturn pad on an xbox as well, which is good stuff, but these days I use a stick.

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    Third Strike is spectacular, I can beat Gill on Default settings but he is very cheap.

    Garou: Mark of the Wolves is what I've been heavily playing on my cab lately and it is truly a beautiful game, the DC version is almost spot on you will probably enjoy it immensely.

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    Default Re: Street Fighter III: Third Strike

    Quote Originally Posted by Steven
    Started playing this DC fighter recently. Good stuff.

    F'n Gill. Can anyone beat him on level 4 or higher? Even on level 1 he's nails tough.

    Remy's cool... nice to see a Guile wannabe in the game. Only thing that would make this game perfect would be a JP Saturn-style controller. Ah well, can't win them all eh? Off to try MvC 2, Mark of the Wolves and Last Blade II... heh, I got these four fighters in a trade for US Dragon Force straight up.

    Yeah I have destroyed him many times , thats after plenty of cursing and calling him a cheap SOB.

    You usually can be cheap right back and mop the floor with him.

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    The Xbox version is going to be the next game I buy. I keep promising myself that

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    The DC version of SF:3rd strike is good but far from arcade perfect.

    after getting SF:AC on PS2 I was shocked to realize how far from perfect the DC version actually is

    on the AC version I noticed animations and even background features that are not even present in the DC version and both the Xbox and PS2 ver have more attention to detail.
    I still play 3rd strike on my DC all the time though mostly becuase I have 2 DCs and only one aging PS2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabre2922
    The DC version of SF:3rd strike is good but far from arcade perfect.

    after getting SF:AC on PS2 I was shocked to realize how far from perfect the DC version actually is

    on the AC version I noticed animations and even background features that are not even present in the DC version and both the Xbox and PS2 ver have more attention to detail.
    I still play 3rd strike on my DC all the time though mostly becuase I have 2 DCs and only one aging PS2.

    That's true, the DC version is far from perfect, it lacks some character frames that the PS2/XBox and arcade have, there are some Urien combos that cannot be done on DC because of that. Gamplay for DC version is still the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Policenaut
    Gamplay for DC version is still the same.
    No, parrying is off on the DC version.

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