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Aug 19, 2011 | 2:41 PM EDT
  • Daily 4th Place August 20, 2011

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Author Comments

The fourth attempt of mine to animate a comic strip by Scott Ramsoomair. Omahdon and Scott are gods for creating the audio and comic (respectively). It took forever and a day to make this and it isn't even on the same level as OneyNG or SexualLobster or Egoraptor as far as animation goes.

Hope you all enjoy though!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I don't know what to say?

Funny. Dan Hubiki! <(0u0)> Hahaha. Ya you got the basics down with fighter games escept for the part that female charaters are weaker. Usually they are but if you know how to use them they are really good. Especially in the soulcaliber games. Overall it was funny at the end with the Dan Kubiki joke!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

its just a joke

vg cats pulls up something everyone sees in video games and points them out with exaggeration and how people play them too, so boomer most of the comics are like that look up bitch be trippin' balls under the vg cats site it hilarious and like this its exaggerated


Rated 5 / 5 stars

wat song is this

isnt it from inuyasha


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Funny but some things to reconsider...

Having to say "fuun" b/c you think memorizing moves in a fighting game is just like an exam? Sorry, but even people who pick Guile, as an example, know that learning TWO MOVES is easier than learning Algebra with Trigonometry questions for your SAT exams- IN LESS THAN 2 WEEKS. More advanced characters such as Cammy with her cannon strike decoy attacks, or Dee Jay with his incredibly difficult samba punch setups, can be learned in a different degree. You don't just learn combos like an exam, but instead expand and see what else you can discover without acting like it's the same question to answer over and over...

Obvious enough, you just have to put some hours in learning something new and effective- just like everything else. Those who think fighting games is just a "chore" or just a "monotonous genre of the past" is simply not seeing the entire picture of playing it as a whole. I'd love to explain myself, but I'll save it until someone asks in the future.

Overall, the animation was quite funny, I can agree with most of the comments about it, and of course I can relish the fact that some people hate Dan Hibiki. If she were to pick Evil Ryu out of nowhere, then I'd go lulz for her anger.

Likewise, keep up the good work!

MikeandTreyVideo responds:

Wow, your review almost had nothing to do with the cartoon itself. Scott Ramsoomair wrote the comic this was based off, so any jabs at fighting games are his opinions. I just animate this stuff.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


This is exactly how I feel about fighting games and why I don't like them.

Even though on the whole this is true, the first comment got what is essentially wrong with the genre. You have to memorize combos like your studying for a school exam.....FOR A VIDEO GAME!! The fact that something like that is not fun should be obvious.

This issue is the reason why Smash Bros is so popular. The gap created by fighting games between those who actually bother and those who don't want to spend a long time memorizing combos is so large you could fight an entire franchise through it.

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