>tfw you know you will be salty on day one online against this fucker.
True. How do we know if here and truly being are the same thing? What constitutes being alive? Is it the memories we have in the future of today's events or is it seeking out to create memories?
Its hard to say.
>Implying you can be salty while listening to this
Comfort I suppose. Then again, knowing the answer allows us to laze about without the fear of the unknown. The unknown drives us, though we truly know well never find an answer. We strive to create one and manufacturer a purpose to be.
Reminder that with the majority of people not giving a shit about older games (i.e. Normies), the competitive scene will eventually have no choice but to transfer over.
>inb4 Melee arguments
We all know that those people are mentally 13 for the rest of their lives.
Any other competitive "gamer" (lol) is mentally 15, so I guess it's not much of a difference
He looks impossible until you realise the horizontal projectile has no hitstun