01-06-2013 07:26 AM
I know I'm gonna get a lot of hate about this, but to end the stupidity, so be it...
This game is PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale. Now, I don't know who the **bleep** was who created this term for the game, but "kill confirm"? Seriously guys? You guys actually accomplished something; created a term for a word that already exists... THIS IS NOT CALL OF DUTY! They are called "setups", not "kill confirms"! I understand what y'all mean because if you get hit by a certain attack, you can easily confirm a kill with a Super, but it's called a "setup", I clearly can't emphasize that enough. Plus, do you even realize how stupid it sound to say "Oh, I got a "'kill confirm" on somebody"'... Really guys? Grow up...
Like I said before, the same reason people call Drake's oil drum a barrel, Sly Cooper's Decoy a counter and Kratos's Combat Grapple a Chain grab. It's simply more convenient.
01-06-2013 08:28 AM
Hit confirm is a common technical term in fighters. A kil confirm is just a hit confirm that kills.
Anyone who whines about the term sounds like some noob that knows othing about fighting games or the fighting game community.
01-06-2013 09:41 AM
Wow... this is possibly the most useless post I have ever seen.
Let me follow it up by saying "I really hate when people say 'lol' to show that they are laughing out loud as if I care."
01-06-2013 11:29 AM
01-06-2013 11:31 AM
@Teh_Shade667 Starting an argument is pointless...
@az_heretic I see your point, but when you think about it, in order to "confirm a kill" you have to set them up. Like Evil Cole's setup. He'll do that punch attack then hit you with a Level 1. Although the kill was absolute, the way he got it was by a setup.
LOL "starting an argument is pointless" then why did you make this thread? LOL
01-06-2013 12:52 PM
I could set you up for a combo, I could set you up in a certain spot, i can set you up for a lot of things. Calling them "Kill Confirm" is so that they can be singled out for what they are. Yes, they are setups but they're a setup for a confirmed kill thus the term "Kill Confirm." I don't like CoD either, but you're whining too much about nothing.
01-06-2013 04:41 PM