Apply the lessons of “The Art of War” to fighting games with TheRedGambit’s new lecture series

By on November 12, 2018 at 12:00 pm
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There isn’t a combo long enough or high damage enough to make up for a complete lack of strategy. That’s why Sun Tzu’s The Art of War, a military strategy guide from the 5th Century B.C., has endured — no matter your skill level or sport of choice, there is a broad observation made by a dead general that can help improve your way of thinking in-game.

If you’re daunted by reading a 2000+ year old document, that’s understandable — luckily, thanks to TheRedGambit, you don’t have to do it alone. He’s started a new lecture series that dissects “The Art of War” chapter by chapter, and takes the lessons of Sun Tzu and applies them to the battlefield of fighting games.

Source: TheRedGambit

Hey, I'm just a 3D-head in a 2D-world. I like pretty much all FGC stuff, and I really like hearing about the way people think about games.