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What is the game that requires the most skill?
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Title doesn't let me get specific. I'm wondering what you think is the most difficult 1v1 game (highest skill ceiling)

Are there any that involve both ranged and melee fighting? Are there any that are like an MMO but allow for insane individual skill? (Kind of like black desert online but more deep in terms of mechanics)

Title doesn't let me get specific. I'm wondering what you think is the most difficult 1v1 game (highest skill ceiling)

Are there any that involve both ranged and melee fighting? Are there any that are like an MMO but allow for insane individual skill? (Kind of like black desert online but more deep in terms of mechanics)
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minecraft

minecraft
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For a 1v1 duel, i'd go with any Quake game as the players can reach extreme amounts of aim, movement and skill and most experienced players have been playing it for more than a decade, atleast for me, out of all the multiplayer fps I played, either Quake one or 3/Live were the most challenging for me to catch on against my opponents

For a 1v1 duel, i'd go with any Quake game as the players can reach extreme amounts of aim, movement and skill and most experienced players have been playing it for more than a decade, atleast for me, out of all the multiplayer fps I played, either Quake one or 3/Live were the most challenging for me to catch on against my opponents
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damneasyminecraft

wrong answer MORON

(its terraria)

[quote=damneasy]minecraft[/quote]
wrong answer MORON

(its terraria)
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reflex

reflex
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youre mom

youre mom
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slightly different question i guess but http://www.teamfortress.tv/31541/what-is-the-hardest-e-sport

slightly different question i guess but http://www.teamfortress.tv/31541/what-is-the-hardest-e-sport
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i've tried to start playing dota like 4 times and i usually give up because there's so much shit to learn in that game

i've tried to start playing dota like 4 times and i usually give up because there's so much shit to learn in that game
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saami've tried to start playing dota like 4 times and i usually give up because there's so much shit to learn in that game

RETWEET

[quote=saam]i've tried to start playing dota like 4 times and i usually give up because there's so much shit to learn in that game[/quote]

RETWEET
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if u cant 4:30 rax dont talk to me\

runescape btw :) (not osrs [for retards])

if u cant 4:30 rax dont talk to me\

runescape btw :) (not osrs [for retards])
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speedrunning certain games takes an insane time to master

also melee

speedrunning certain games takes an insane time to master

also melee
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csgo is pretty hard

csgo is pretty hard
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quake 4

quake 4
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i guess starcraft could be a contender

i guess starcraft could be a contender
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1v1 games people...

1v1 games people...
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rock paper scissors

rock paper scissors
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Not melee (also not a fighting game)

Not melee (also not a fighting game)
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mmrarkteNot melee (also not a fighting game)

elaborate

[quote=mmrarkte]Not melee (also not a fighting game)[/quote]
elaborate
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aldermmrarkteNot melee (also not a fighting game)elaborate

its not the hardest and it isn't a fighting game

[quote=alder][quote=mmrarkte]Not melee (also not a fighting game)[/quote]
elaborate[/quote]
its not the hardest and it isn't a fighting game
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bms players are sick

bms players are sick
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king of fighters was difficult af coming from street fighter

king of fighters was difficult af coming from street fighter
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Starcraft, Quake, and Melee come to mind, but it's hard to compare them since they're all totally different genres

Starcraft, Quake, and Melee come to mind, but it's hard to compare them since they're all totally different genres
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You can determine how hard a game is by calculating the average hours of top players. And how many hours are need to be considered "pro". Average quake hours 15,000+, average tf2 hours 8000, average csgo hours 5000. In that regard I would definitely consider quake the hardest game.

Some of the smarter people may have also seen a pattern in the way they are arranged, it seems the harder the game the less of a competitive scene it has. I think this is because harder games are more confusing and the average audience won't be able to keep up, leading to the esport not being as popular

You can determine how hard a game is by calculating the average hours of top players. And how many hours are need to be considered "pro". Average quake hours 15,000+, average tf2 hours 8000, average csgo hours 5000. In that regard I would definitely consider quake the hardest game.

Some of the smarter people may have also seen a pattern in the way they are arranged, it seems the harder the game the less of a competitive scene it has. I think this is because harder games are more confusing and the average audience won't be able to keep up, leading to the esport not being as popular
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starcraft brood war

starcraft brood war
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VulcanYou can determine how hard a game is by calculating the average hours of top players. And how many hours are need to be considered "pro". Average quake hours 15,000+, average tf2 hours 8000, average csgo hours 5000. In that regard I would definitely consider quake the hardest game.

Some of the smarter people may have also seen a pattern in the way they are arranged, it seems the harder the game the less of a competitive scene it has. I think this is because harder games are more confusing and the average audience won't be able to keep up, leading to the esport not being as popular

im sure you're not saying its harder to play invite tf2 than pro csgo

[quote=Vulcan]You can determine how hard a game is by calculating the average hours of top players. And how many hours are need to be considered "pro". Average quake hours 15,000+, average tf2 hours 8000, average csgo hours 5000. In that regard I would definitely consider quake the hardest game.

Some of the smarter people may have also seen a pattern in the way they are arranged, it seems the harder the game the less of a competitive scene it has. I think this is because harder games are more confusing and the average audience won't be able to keep up, leading to the esport not being as popular[/quote]

im sure you're not saying its harder to play invite tf2 than pro csgo
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my grandma is mad skilled at checkers

my grandma is mad skilled at checkers
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HL DM AG

HL DM AG
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VulcanYou can determine how hard a game is by calculating the average hours of top players. And how many hours are need to be considered "pro". Average quake hours 15,000+, average tf2 hours 8000, average csgo hours 5000. In that regard I would definitely consider quake the hardest game.

Some of the smarter people may have also seen a pattern in the way they are arranged, it seems the harder the game the less of a competitive scene it has. I think this is because harder games are more confusing and the average audience won't be able to keep up, leading to the esport not being as popular

You're forgetting that most cs pros have been playing since well before 2009 when steam started recording hours. Given that quite a few cs players have well over 5k hours just since 2009 I think its fair to put that average higher for them. Also saying that the harder the game is the smaller its scene is just needlessly jerking off tf2. Quake had one of the biggest esports scenes but its dried up and fallen behind newer games where players obviously have fewer hours, and I'd bet the people with the most hours in any game are starcraft players

[quote=Vulcan]You can determine how hard a game is by calculating the average hours of top players. And how many hours are need to be considered "pro". Average quake hours 15,000+, average tf2 hours 8000, average csgo hours 5000. In that regard I would definitely consider quake the hardest game.

Some of the smarter people may have also seen a pattern in the way they are arranged, it seems the harder the game the less of a competitive scene it has. I think this is because harder games are more confusing and the average audience won't be able to keep up, leading to the esport not being as popular[/quote]

You're forgetting that most cs pros have been playing since well before 2009 when steam started recording hours. Given that quite a few cs players have [url=http://imgur.com/ZNaui8z]well over 5k hours just since 2009[/url] I think its fair to put that average higher for them. Also saying that the harder the game is the smaller its scene is just needlessly jerking off tf2. Quake had one of the biggest esports scenes but its dried up and fallen behind newer games where players obviously have fewer hours, and I'd bet the people with the most hours in any game are starcraft players
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VulcanYou can determine how hard a game is by calculating the average hours of top players. And how many hours are need to be considered "pro". Average quake hours 15,000+, average tf2 hours 8000, average csgo hours 5000. In that regard I would definitely consider quake the hardest game.

Some of the smarter people may have also seen a pattern in the way they are arranged, it seems the harder the game the less of a competitive scene it has. I think this is because harder games are more confusing and the average audience won't be able to keep up, leading to the esport not being as popular

way to pull completely random numbers out of your ass

[quote=Vulcan]You can determine how hard a game is by calculating the average hours of top players. And how many hours are need to be considered "pro". Average quake hours 15,000+, average tf2 hours 8000, average csgo hours 5000. In that regard I would definitely consider quake the hardest game.

Some of the smarter people may have also seen a pattern in the way they are arranged, it seems the harder the game the less of a competitive scene it has. I think this is because harder games are more confusing and the average audience won't be able to keep up, leading to the esport not being as popular[/quote]
way to pull completely random numbers out of your ass
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Vulcan-snip-

so what ur saying is if i play a few k more hrs i will finally be good @ tf2?

[quote=Vulcan]-snip-[/quote]
so what ur saying is if i play a few k more hrs i will finally be good @ tf2?
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