It’s how we do what we do.
To make something beautiful.
To change the game.
It’s that draught that fuels us: The artist, the warrior, the visionary…
It doesn’t matter who you are, or how you look like: everybody can tap into it. We all speak that language.
We know what it is to look up at an impossible challenge, and push forward anyway.
You go again. You fail faster. You fail better.
You get stronger. You get smarter.
And then one day…
It finally happens.
You push past what you thought your limits were.
That ceiling above you?
It isn’t real.
It never was.
And you realize: it’s not that box you came in that made you…
It’s the moment you broke free of it.
So Ultra Street Fighter IV is out on Steam now. Yay!
But fuck my piece of shit internet connection, I won’t be able to play it until tomorrow because of it.
But Capcom decided to make Valve release the game earlier. Yay!
But fuck it, this piece of shit connection is gonna drive me nuts.
With proper permission from Maj from SonicHurricane.com, I’ve taken the time to figure out how to use and abuse an easily available, overcomplicated, annoying-as-fuck, overly graphically cute software to create ebooks called Calibre (not even gonna bother linking it here), in order to build and publish a mobile ebook version of his world-famous Street Fighter Footsies Handbook. I took the time to create this as, believe it or not, there’s some of us (like myself) in third-world countries that do play Street Fighter frequently and seriously and don’t have mobile data services on our phones in order to be able to freely browse Maj’s site for the handbook.
This mobile ebook version is intended to make it easier to carry the handbook with you, readable in either PDF or EPUB format (both well-known, well-used and extremely portable formats) so you can peruse it whenever you feel like it on your tablet, phone or any other smart device.Back to top