Vs. CPU is underrated

Learning against another human being can be hard

The reason training montages are so popular is because they are much shorter than the actual training period.

Why playing against the CPU is good, actually

Playing against SNK bosses will teach you grit and determination.

“But won’t they be wasting their time learning bad habits?”

Thank you, CPU Ken, for giving everyone ample opportunities to practice punishing DPs.

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Game Designer. Learn to play Street Fighter: http://shoryuken.com/2014/07/07/learn-how-to-play-fighting-games-with-our-free-beginners-guide-ebook/

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Game Designer. Learn to play Street Fighter: http://shoryuken.com/2014/07/07/learn-how-to-play-fighting-games-with-our-free-beginners-guide-ebook/

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