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The Top 6 Most Powerful Characters In Street Fighter Canon

By: starlordtitus Jan 29, 2013 | 10398 Views | 6 Comments

The most powerful Street Fighter characters made appearances throughout many games. Coming down to the Top 6 was down right close. But behold, the most prestige fighters in all of Street Fighter.

6. Ryu

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Ryu is perhaps the most famous character in the Street Fighter series. His humble beginnings to his uprising in ability to topple the giant champions of the world made him the fighter we all wished to be. The hero of Street Fighter and overall legend, he is known for usually snatching victory from the jaws of defeat.

 

5. Oro

Oro

Oro is a master of Senjutsu (Mystic Arts), a martial art practiced by the immortal mountain hermits of myths. He has full mastery of his chi giving him monstrous strength and stamina surpassing all other fighters in the world. He also has telekinesis, granting him the ability to pull in random objects for use for a limited timed. During the World Warrior 3 Tournament, during Second Impact, Oro defeated Ryu but then left in search for the young warrior, finding him to be a worthy successor of his fighting style and aided Ryu's training while remaining undetected.

 

4. Gill

Gill

Gill was the messiah of the mysterious cult-like organization, the Illuminati. When he was younger, the Illuminati genetically enhanced him, increasing his speed and power so that he could participate in an intense hand-to-hand fighting program, eventually even surpassing his jealous brother Urien. According to legend, the soul of the previous Illuminati Emperor would be reincarnated in a new body, thus the organization chose Gill at the age of 22 to lead them. He purposely resembles the look of a Greek god. In previous video game installments, Gill is much more powerful than every other character except Shin Akuma. He is fast, does heavy damage, does an extremely amount of stun and can string together very long combos. He also inflicts block damage with normal attacks which makes it very difficult to incorporate a good defense.

 

3. Gouken

Gouken

Gouken is Ryu's and Ken's master as well as Dan's former master and Akuma's older brother. Gouken succeeded in defeating his younger brother Akuma twice in the past before nearly dying the 3rd time and being defeated by Akuma's Shun Goku Satsu (Raging Demon) technique. Other than possibly Ryu, Gouken is the only known fighter to actually defeat Akuma who's is depicted as the world's strongest fighter due to his demon power, the Satsui No Hado, dubbing Gouken to be one of the world's most powerful fighters ever to have have walked the earth. His fighting style is more defense based so as not to kill his opponent.

 

2. Akuma

Akuma

Akuma and his brother Gouken were students of Goutetsu. Goutetsu taught a dangerous life-threatening martial art which incorporates elements of Karate, Judo and Kempo. He also taught the Shun Goku Satsu (literally Instant Hell Murder) a death technique which although incredibly powerful, puts the user in considerable danger. While Gouken took the path of righteousness and took this style and made it more defensive, Akuma took this style and made it more offensive based, surpassing his own limits and succumbing to the Satsui No Hado (Surge Of Killing Intent) He even killed his own master with this technique and sought forth to become stronger and stronger. Akuma has killed Bison and executed the Shun Goku Satsu successfully on him as well as Gen, and Gill as well as Gouken. Akuma has 2 even more powerful forms. The first is Shin Akuma, which is him unleashing the full force of his power. Far faster and far stronger, in this state he surpasses even Gouken himself. This in turn makes Akuma the most powerful fighter ever. However, then comes his second form...

 

1. Oni

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Oni is Akuma in his most powerful form. Having surpassed his Shin Akuma form. Due to his immense godlike power, this being has transformed to a higher plane of existence and thus has dubbed himself Oni. This ascended being is now considered a different being from Akuma and thus in gameplay is a different selectable character than Akuma. In this form, Oni has discarded all humanity and has allowed himself to be completely consumed by the Satsui No Hado. In other canon, it is said that with the combined force of the Satsui No Hado and the most powerful lightning bolt that hit during a thunderstorm, Akuma was able to harness both powers in order to become Oni, thus granting his electrical power and gaining the godlike status of the sky due to his power descending from the heavens.

 

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Playing Diablo 3 with an Xbox 360 Controller

By: goukijones May 17, 2012 | 6853 Views | 7 Comments

Nothing a little determination won't over come. After trying multiple programs and testing out tons of configurations. GoukiJones finally achieved greatness, by killing the skeleton king with an Xbox 360 Controller. Here's how:

Everybody has seen the story about the Xpadder. That Jimmy has posted that same story all over the internet. Well the Xpadder is $10. I'm cheap. Plus I just paid full price for Diablo 3 that has been in development for years and should have come with a simple feature, such as controller support. Never mind all that, Xpadder is $10 and I wasn't having that. I did find a free version of Xpadder, but it wouldn't even install and giving me pc safety warnings. I searched the internets and came across a few different FREE options. Free options are always scary, but I was willing to risk it.

First up - Pinnacle Game Profiler

Let me be clear. I have know idea what I'm doing with computers and random software. I installed this and set up the best I could. When I tried Diablo, it was a cluster bomb. Some of the commands worked, but I still couldn't get certain buttons to do what I wanted. And the analog sticks were all over the place.

There is no simple set up for anything like this in the Diablo 3 game itself. In fact you can change all of the key and mouse commands in the Diablo 3 menu, but you CAN NOT change the two main actions, which are left click and right click. That totally screws with these controller set ups.

Second program - Joystick 2 Mouse

This has a slight learning curve, but I watched some Jimmy on YouTube and figured out from there. This program has a lot of trial and error on just trying to figure out what button is what on the controller, according this program. Again, not impossible, just time consuming.

This is a great program. Remember, I'm running both these at the same time. For some reason if I turn off the Pinnacle Game Profiler, I can't even use the controller in Diablo 3. I have all my favorite buttons mapped to the controller in conventional methods, like select will bring up the map, start will pause the game. A is left click and B is right. Sweet stuff. I played and I made a video so you can see.

Special notes.

You need to download this special profile for Diablo 3 for Pinnacle Game Profiler. Found on THIS THREAD on the Pinnacle Game Profiler Forums.

You can download both programs from different sites like, tucows and stuff. Google it Jimmy! Let me know if any of you try this out. Let me know what's up on the Diablo 3. Vote, Comment and Share. Thanks!

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Borderlands 2 Pro-Tip: How to glitch and beat Pete the Invincible

By: Arthvader Jan 20, 2013 | 7408 Views | 4 Comments | Updated: Jan 21, 2013

Goukijones, Batrasterd, and I take on Pete the Invincible using a glitch to our advantage.

On Wednesday, January 16, Goukijones, Batrasterd, and I went and took on the raid boss of Mr. Tourge's Campaign of Carnage, Pete the Invincible. During the course of this particular fight, though, we ended up getting Pete into a spot where he essentially got stuck, allowing us to defeat him without much issue.

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Pro tips on Borderlands 2 classes part 1: Maya the Siren

By: BatRastered Jan 14, 2013 | 4360 Views | 2 Comments

Our first look at how to build out the Borderlands 2 classes starts off with Maya, the Siren. Let's see how her 3 skill trees work.

Let's start off with my least favorite tree, Harmony (the center tree). Here's a link to the build if you want to follow along.

I really don't like the "Scorn" cap on this tree, as you can see at the end of the video, it's very easy to hit yourself with it. Some of the other skills like the "Res" game changer in the middle of the tree, are only useful in co-op, so you'd likely want to re-spec if you ever played solo and put that point to better use somewhere else in the tree. In a full team of 4, and with a good Heavenly Nurse class mod, this build can greatly improve the survivability of everyone in the group. In fact, you should probably move the 5 points in recompense into Elated if you have 3 or more players as it will be less about your survival and more about the health of the group as a whole.

Now lets take a look at the Motion Tree build.

I like this build more and more the longer I use it... It works very well in co-op due to the Res skill (which you can spend elsewhere if you know you are going solo) but it also works well solo as the Thoughlock cap on the motion tree turns one of the enemy mob into an ally (and more importantly, a distraction allowing your shields to keep up). Once your ally is downed, if you still have time left on the skill, it will jump to a new member of the mob and lock them, while also releasing some healing orbs. Double win. Since the making of this video, I've since moved 3 skill points from Recompense to Sustenance and placed 1 point each in Flicker and Foresight as my new class mod buffs those two skills +5. (I used the Heavenly Nurse mod in this video, I now use the Legendary Siren mod).

Finally we have the highly offensive Cataclysm Tree Build.

As you can see, this tree is all about dealing damage, elemental damage that is. Without Res, you're not much of a team player, and you don't do much healing (only a minimal amount when a phaselocked enemy is killed). What you lack in that area, you more than make up for in bringing most of the mob you're facing into a small area, locking one up for a short time, and dealing fire, electric, corrosive, and slag effects to all of them. In a team, this is the moment when one of your buddies throws a grenade into the circle, or better yet a nuke turret from Axton. GoukiJones and I LOL-ed on that action more than a few times.

Here's a bonus vid of the Cataclysm tree in action, solo in the Torgue circle of death.

When a badass with shields is in range, you grab them with phaselock and wait for the electrical portion of the damage to kick in and strip their shields, by then they are slagged too, so open fire with a fire weapon and watch them drop!

You'll notice I use all Maliwan weapons. Two reasons, first I love Maliwan for their elemental damage, second I have a Maliwan allegience relic that gives me +30% damage to all Maliwan weapons. If you don't have that, I recommend a proficiency relic (action skill cooldown rate increase) which works well for all builds on all classes.

That's about it for Maya, I'll be working on the other classes soon.

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FFXIV Unspoiled Node Hoppers Guide to the Eorzea

By: goukijones Dec 11, 2013 | 454 Views | 2 Comments

How to make your way across Eorzea gathering the most valuable items from Botany & Mining.

600+ GP is optimal for maximize your gathering. You want to use Unearth II before your first swing. Hit the appropriate slot you want to mine & then pop Solid Reason/Ageless Words after 1 or 2 more hits. Then use Deep Vigor/Brunt Force for the final hit to guarantee that 100%HQ at the end.

You’ve got 3 hours to get to the Unspoiled Node you want. Even if you are swinging at it while the 3 hour mark expires, the Node will disappear.

GP ticks. 1 min Eorzea time =  5GP. So 300 GP an hour.

Personal Gear Stats:
Mining
Gathering - 347
Perception - 347
GP - 601

Botany
Gathering - 350
Perception - 345
GP - 594

Eorzea TIME (ET) - I use a 24 hour clock in my guide to keep order.

0100

Dragonhead - Darksteel Ore Slot 3
-> 386 (Cost to teleport)
0100 Hawthorne Hut - Crawler Cocoon Slot 4

Mor Dhona - Botany
*These clusters always appear in the same order. All unspoiled nodes always appear in the same slot. You don’t need to spend 300 GP each time searching for the item you want. Just memorize the slot. Here’s an image shortcut.

*If you go after Darksteel Ore & Crawler Cocoon, you’ll have to be super fast to get back to Mor Dhona for this node. You definitely can’t use GP for the clusters. You can just wait to 5AM for the next 1.

0500

Mor Dhona - Botany

(DOWNTIME)

-> 181 *Favorite
0900 Camp Drybone Gold Ore Slot 6 (Burgundy Falls)
-> 427
0900 Camp Dragonhead Spruce Log Slot 6 (Providence Point)
*If you’re fast enough you can get a Cluster Node in Mor Dhona. It will disappear at 1200.

1300

Mor Dhona - Mining (28X$Y12)

Wineport - Dzemael Tomato 

(DOWNTIME)

1700

Mor Dhona - Mining
*this time can be stretched to 1900 to spend more time during DOWNTIME collecting whatever. Then just stick around in Mor Dhona for 9PM Cluster Node.

2100

Mor Dhona - Mining

(DOWNTIME)
-> Beginning

Other than Gold Ore, Crawler Cocoon, Darksteel Ore & Spruce Log(probably after housing is added) I don’t see any value in chasing the other stuff down. It’s cheaper on the MP than you wasting your time collecting something other than Shards, Crystals & Clusters.


 

The LIVE So You Think You Can Gather airs every Thursday at 1PM on Gouki.tv. Tune in & ask me any questions or just follow along to learn all of my gathering tricks. 

Thanks for reading. 

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