One of the most difficult things to play MK are the various movements and buttons that must be pressed sequentially to release a simple combo.
And more, you need to memorize them all…
Thinking on it, I decided to modify my PS3 dual-shock controller, and add one more button.
A macro-key button ! A magic button ! Just press it once, and a super sequence of combos is released against your opponent.
It is not something that you should always use, but sometimes worth to de-stress. Especially when you are not a great player. 😉
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