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Old 07-08-2009, 04:18 PM #12
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I actually prefer the buttons because I know what punches to throw. The analog stick for FN4 is good, a little getting used to, but overall I like it.

But using the buttons IMO helps if you actually know how to box and know what punches to through if you're countering, setting up your jab or putting combos together.

I don't think it takes away from the game in the sense that people who use buttons are cheating, sounds more like people who are mad at that are the ones losing fights to people who know which punches to throw at the right time instead of moving the stick around in circles (which can also be called Analog Anarchy).
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