Shit is dial-up like. I've been dealing with it this whole time because I was waiting on AT&T's Fiber optic internet to become available in my area, but it's been almost a year now and still no luck. Going to change to Comcast next month because I'm tired of dealing with this. I'll go from that to this:
AT&T's service gets 50+ DL and 20+ UP for 100 bucks with awesome cable and phone though. Will still get it when it becomes available, but it'll have to be after my contract with Comcast runs out, which is why I didn't get it in the first place.
"I'll take a shitty internet please."
A couple of weeks later.
"WTF WHY IS SO ASS."
I'm thinking about getting Uverse, but they only promise 7Mpbs up and down(at all time). But it is dedicated, whereas with Comcast I get up to 12 upload as long as there aren't a lot of people on. Being in an apartment complex with shared lines,this doesn't happen.
Uverse has a package for awesome ass internet for like 120...130? I think the first couple of months are set to 99 with premium channels available at the start. A friend of mine has it and it's Korean-like. Real talk, if you can get it, you should.
With DSL(which Uverse still is, just using fibre optic cables) it really depends on how close you are to the DSLAM. I can't even find the deal you mentioned for my area online so I'm going to have to call and see if it's available. If I'm not far away from my DSLAM it would definitely be godlike.
Yeah, the hubs distance from your area do make a difference, because my friend lives right next to his and it's amazing. A lot of the deals I hear about are through him (he works for AT&T and sells Uverse), so they have promotional packages for first time customers that are ridiculously hooked up. I'll talk to him today and see what's up.
Hell yeah let me know.
Get at it Magneto
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Chris Hu is the greatest:
That FGC/WWE crossover is going to happen, I can feel it. LI Joe will probably be Vince McMahon.
No, Vince McMahon is the Cannon Brothers telling people what they can or can't do.
So old, just like you.
Should I get Arcade Edition?
1.) You didn't already like SFIV to begin with. It still uses the same systems and the same things as previous iterations, with slight character balance changes and tweaks. Gouken goes from being one of the worst in the game to being pretty decent. Fei-Long goes from being pretty good already and then making the jump to one of the best in the game.
2.) You liked regular SFIV more than Super. The characters actually get worse in a competitive way once more were added. Certain match ups may be easy for you to dominate and others will be the complete opposite. Hitboxes get worste as the series progressed, some things never acting the same way twice in the exact same situation. It's still fun if you just want to try out the other characters, but I feel they changed the game for the worse. Slight balance adjustments would've made any "upgrade" better than Arcade Edition. It feels like they had to change something about everybody, even though some warranted no changes whatsoever. There's a giant list of changes somebody compiled that a quick Google search will bring up.
I never really played Street Fighter. Just got into fighting games recently and it looks really good. Did AE get any better with that 2012 update? (is it even out yet?)
Not by much, but you won't really notice anything if you haven't followed the game since Vanilla SF4. It's still fun to fuck around with.
2012 was an improvement on AE, mostly because AE was purposely unbalanced. 2012 does a good job of closing the gap, and the game is fun either way. The only time it stops becoming fun is you're playing against a guy who knows how to abuse the game's systems like option selects. It becomes a guessing game at high level play, too.