|22.||Mr.Game & Watch|
(1).A video game avatar made in the 1980's in the video game serise "Game & Watch"
(2).A Video Game Avatar in the video game "Super Smash Bros. Melee"
(1).I like the "Game & Watch" games!And Mr.Game & Watch is so funny!
(2).Damn!Mr.Game & Watch is SO hard to get in this game!But he KICKS ASS!!!
for nintendo wii
fighting game, sequel to super smash bros. melee for gamecube,
"Ima crush u in SSBB"
|24.||Dance Dance Revolution|
A game involving a lot of stomping, movement, and bright lights that's very effective at drawing witnesses to your end of the arcade if you're someone who likes to show off (see also Marvel vs. Capcom 2). Like a fighting game (or most arcade games for that matter), the best at the game are usually those who can react the fastest to what's happening on the screen. Most arcades have at least one DDR machine or DDR imitation, and it provides very good exercise for people who like to have a mini rave or forget that they're exercising. It's not a good game for people who can't shrug off ridicule.more...
Various subgroups dislike the game. For example, people who would publicly admit to playing WoW hate it because
1) Play often involves going out during the day... especially to a place like the mall with sunshine and real people
2) There are no levels, thus physical skill and effort must be employed instead of grinding
3) The music isn't quiet, repetitive, and in the background (Actual music at audible volume tends to melt their ears, especially something as assertive as techno or jrock)
4) Your dancing avatar, if present, cannot be a bull/furry or a half dressed elf chick.
5) It carries risk of weight loss (fat is central to their image)
6) Movement is evil unless it's how fast you can click/move your fingers.
7) There are no easy exploits
8) Cute chicks, who tend to...
In a fighting game, especially one like Marvel vs. Capcom, a long chain of combos repeated endlessly. It is possible to defeat an opponent with a full lifebar in a single infinite.
My Ryu was in full health before he was caught in Gambit's infinite. I couldn't escape or counter. I watched helplessly as my guy was slowly pummeled to death by the other player's Gambit.
Daigo Umehara from Japan, one of the most accomplished 2d fighting game players in the world, ever. Most famous for his play in the Street Fighter series. Also called "the Beast" after a famous match in the semifinals of Americas largest fighting game tournament in 2004.
"Daigo with the full parry, and finish with a combo for the win. Evolution 2004, it's madness!"
(ground gām) A euphemism derived from Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) patois. Ground game is metaphorical, in the sense that it implies one's fundamental principles. The ground game is where MMA fighters go to recover from extended cinch or stand-up fighting, or if their ground game is strong, they tend to drive fights directly to the ground. There is incredible reliance on correct positions and strength, hence "ground game" as slang implies one's position when working at the most tactical, brutalistic level.
"Barack Obama seems so fresh and buoyant."
"Yeah, but his ground game reveals serious flaws in his politics of hope and change."
A derivative form for Battletoads, from the NES. It is a joke for when people ask,"what game/is this from?", which in reply, "Battletoads/Fighting Amphibians/Combat Frogs/etc."
The word's creation came from GaiaOnline, which people has a fondness for games, and always asking questions about obscure games. If not known, it's Battletoads/Fighting Amphibians/Combat Frogs.
The word has gotten popular that the GaiaOnline users has created a website called http://www.fightingamphibians.com
What game is this?
It's Fighting Amphibians LOL!