Frabisaur describes an untapped fighting game training resource in the latest The Fighter’s Dojo Mini

By on October 31, 2017 at 12:00 pm
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Is real-time online coaching underused by those trying to improve in fighting games?

In the latest episode of The Fighter’s Dojo, Frabisaur talks about a training mechanic that seems to get little use or discussion, despite its potential value: screen-sharing.

As useful as reviewing replays and playing against others in a controlled coaching environment can be, decision-making “in the moment” while under pressure is hard to replicate! With screen-sharing apps on PC and the PlayStation 4’s built-in Share Play option, it’s quite easy to sit in on another’s game session as they take on other online opponents live, allowing the viewer to provide observations and advice in real-time. Frabisaur recommends we all take advantage of this as much as possible, and intends to offer it as a service to Twitch subscribers in the future, in addition to his weekly streaming sessions.

Source: Frabisaur

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