Top 5 In Third Person Posts: February 2011 Edition


I hope your month of love was a good one. Despite me having to dial down the daily content (and the time I spend gaming) due to real life, it’s still awesome to see so many people hit this site on a monthly basis. I’ll still keep writing as often as possible.

This month’s top 5 posts are an interesting mix of evergreen posts that never seem to go away and older posts finding new life due to current events. Click through to see what was the hotness in February.

5. Street Fighter IV Round 2 Arcade Fightstick Tournament Edition Review

The release of Marvel vs. Capcom 3 drove a lot of traffic to In Third Person. While people didn’t seem to care much about my own thoughts of the game, everyone was looking for posts about fightsticks to play Marvel vs. Capcom 3 with. To accommodate for the viewers, I even wrote up a newbie fightstick buyer’s guide a few days ago, which has been very popular. If you’re considering picking up a TE for Marvel vs. Capcom 3, you won’t be disappointed.


4. How I Gave Up On Fight Night Round 4

With Fight Night Champion hitting stores soon (if not now), people have been looking for Fight Night Champion content on In Third Person. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on how things turn out) is that you’re finding my post about Fight Night Round 4’s game-breaking glitch. Let’s hope the new one is more stable!

3. Early Impressions on the Hori Tekken 6 Stick

While a lot of people are now in the market for fightsticks thanks to Marvel vs. Capcom 3, not everyone is looking to spend a few hundred on one. While the Tekken 6 stick is an entry-level stick, posts about this stick were a lot higher than any of my TE posts. Just be warned that your mileage may vary with these fightsticks.


2. Video Game Characters Worth Dating If They Existed In Real Life

Months later, Miranda still brings them in. This never seems to leave the top 5 and I don’t really know what to say about it anymore.



1. Movember Special: Gaming’s Definitive Moustaches

It boggles my mind how a post about video game moustaches has been consistently in the top 5 posts since I wrote it. Hopefully the attention this post has received will actually benefit the cause somehow. Who knows.

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