LTG actually likes Smash? Could've fooled me, he yells at it as much as anything else. Actually, he seems to yell at it more than other games. Then again, when he plays Street Fighter, he always complains about the game's mechanics whereas in Smash he just complains about the person he's playing against. Who knows?View attachment 1002462
Of course it is the best when your fans let you win...
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Only way to disprove it is having that SFV match!
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What happen with not being allowed to stream him? Might be a intresting friday!
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In other words, he blocked a ton of people because they kicked his ass to easily!
Out of perhaps 100 he might run into 5 people who know who he is and will just mess with him, but no, he thinks everyone knows who he is and are hating on him...
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A old retweet, but still as hilarious as when he tweeted it the first time, still thinks that everyone is out to get him when he is pretty much unknown for the big majority of the Smash community!
Still, he's really hanging on to the "you won, but you didn't win by a lot" excuse as if that means anything. An L is an L, doesn't matter how close it was. Especially when you consistently lose to the same person. It wouldn't matter if you only lost to a single person by a hair a hundred times, that still shows they're better than you.
I also don't understand his logic that he hasn't even been playing the game for a year. Nobody has, the game's only been out for about ten months or so. Unless he means that there's people who have been playing the game since its first rendition on the 64, which is apples to oranges as not too much of the knowledge for each game really transfers over. The most comparable game to Ultimate is Smash 4, which nobody played since it was on the Wii U, with some people unaware that there even was a Smash game on the Wii U. Even then, Ultimate is different enough that only the bare basics of the game can transfer over.
Still, that excuse that he has only been playing for 10 months doesn't make any sense. 10 months is more than enough time to actually get good at the game. There's multiple players who exclusively only played fighting games before picking up Ultimate, and they're doing well at it within a matter of a dozen weeks or so. Pointing out that you've failed to improve at a game for almost a year only exposes your own inability to improve.