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Old 05-19-2017, 01:27 PM   #24
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Since I've never played the fire pro series, can someone explain the actual gameplay and why it's so good? I get the customization and all which seems to be what everyone loves but I'm wondering how it all fits in a match. Like, I'm assuming it's not a button masher but can you pull moves off like you did in the n64 games (or I guess some of the svr games) where you weak or strong grapple then "up and B" to do a move or whatever. Also assume it isn't a mortal kombat / street fighter fighting game where you have to memorize a dizzying number of combos to pull off a move.
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