Post by 9inchsamurai on Jun 18, 2012 0:31:22 GMT -5
So I bought SSFIVAE and will be playing that online now, I guess (PSN only). KoFXIII is my main game but since playing that game online really dilutes the experience, I wanted something else I could play online and not get really frustrated with.
Post by guicunha99 on Aug 21, 2012 17:50:21 GMT -5
I don't play online much, but recently I'm wanting to play Puyo Puyo 2 online. The ROM is Puyo Puyo 2 (J) (REV 1) (!).bin, and I'm using Fusion emulator. My nick is gui_tab. I'm available through AIM as email@example.com or as @gui_tab on Twitter.
Last Edit: Aug 21, 2012 17:56:46 GMT -5 by guicunha99
XBL: AfroRyan Games: All sorts. My friends list is maxed out but if you send me a message I'll get right back to you.
PSN: AfroRyan Games: All sorts, although I primarily play Uncharted multiplayer. I also own a Vita now, but I don't have any online games yet! When PSO2 is out, I'll be playing it for sure, though.
Steam: AfroRyan Games: TF2, what else? Well, lots of things...but mostly TF2.
Nintendo ID: AfroRyan Games: I don't actually own a Wii U (I made/reserved my Nintendo ID on my friend's console out of paranoia that it might be taken before I buy one). Rest assured that once the next Smash Bros comes out, whenever that may be, I will own a Wii U and be playing that. Let's hope the netcode isn't f'ing terrible this time around! I realize that technically this Nintendo ID is linked to my friend's Wii U, but by the time the new SSB is out, I assume Nintendo will have fixed this [asinine] problem. Seriously, this was an active decision on Nintendo's part. What's the point of an ID that tracks what games you buy so you can redownload them, if you can only redownload them on the console you originally bought them on? What if your Wii U breaks? etc. etc. etc. this has all been discussed at length in the "WiiU Mad" thread...just spreading the hate.
3DS #: 2320-6457-5725 Games: Not much. I still mostly just play DS games or download-only games on the 3DS (Pushmo is awesome). I do like sending swapnotes though!
Last Edit: Nov 20, 2012 1:31:41 GMT -5 by AfroRyan
First, I bought my friend's Wii U, so no waiting for Nintendo to fix their sh*t (or not). Secondly, be sure to add friends via Miiverse and not via the friend section.
I REPEAT: DO NOT ADD NINTENDO IDS THROUGH ANYTHING BUT THE MIIVERSE!!! If you register them the way they were originally supposed to work, it requires both people to add the other. This is roundabout and stupid, and requires input from 2 people that may be on very different schedules. The Miiverse method is basically what it should be; the inviter will send an invite to the invitee. The invitee will receive a notification asking if they want to add inviter as a friend. It's much MUCH simpler.