Jett vs. Gabriel6937 in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition Version 2012

In today’s Jett Vs. post, we’ve got a match between my Cammy and Gabriel6937’s Ryu. This was a slobber-knocker of a match that I had fun being a part of. Click through to see the fight and some match analysis from me!

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Jett vs. CK0 Phantom, a Top 10 Dhalsim in Super Street Fighter IV: AE 2012

On today’s edition of Jett vs., I face off against some lofty competition. CK0 Phantom at the time we fought, was the #7 ranked Dhalsim on XBOX Live. Going into the match, I was really nervous, as I was facing someone a few levels above me, and someone who had their mic plugged in and was freely cursing back at me. Hearing the person on the other side always puts me on edge, and sometimes it rattles me to the point where I play worse. Was I able to overcome my nerves to win?

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Jett vs. AceUnlimited, the #1 Ranked Guy Player on PSN Street Fighter IV

Me reaching #1 for Rose and Cammy in my country is pretty impressive. Reaching #1 in the world? Slow-clap worthy. In the thousands of online Street Fighter IV matches I’ve played over the years, I’ve never run into a #1 ranked player until recently.

AceUnlimited is the #1 ranked Guy on PSN. I ran into him in ranked match and we fought each other a number of times that night. Enclosed in this post is the entirety of our set. I’ve taken out some giants in my day, but did I bite off more than I could chew on this one? Click through to find out!

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Jett vs. TS Sabin (Arturo Sanchez) in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition Version 2012

Arturo Sanchez is widely recognized as one of the top Street Fighter IV and Mortal Kombat players in North America. He’s won and placed high in many major tournaments and he also famously beat Daigo in a first-to-five money match back in 2009 during a time when people thought Daigo was invincible. I’ve been a fan of his Dhalsim and Rose pretty much since I first started watching fighting game streams and videos in 2009.

To my surprise, I ran into him on XBOX Live and did not hesitate to match up with him. Idol worship aside, I kind of had a chip on my shoulder going in. He was commentating my match against Chi Rithy at T12, and though I deserved it, I was a bit salty at how badly he clowned me on the stream. Though the deck was heavily stacked against me, did I manage to get in at least a little bit of revenge on TS Sabin?

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Jett vs. MOMOHUBBY, a Top Ranked Ken in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition

Welcome back to Jett Vs., the series of blog posts where I analyze some of my fighting game matches for your entertainment. You may learn a thing or two from my match analysis as well, though I don’t claim to be an expert in anything.

In this post, my Rose takes on MOMOHUBBY‘s Ken, who was the 29th highest ranked Ken in the world on XBOX Live when we played each other. Do I stand a chance against high quality competition?

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Jett vs. Niysx in Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition Version 2012

Jett Vs. is back! Sort of. Last time I ran this series of posts, they were universally ignored by readers for any number of reasons. Because the readers weren’t there and these posts take a lot of work to create, I decided to stop running the series. However, over the past few months of leveling up and working towards world domination, I’ve compiled what I think are some pretty good match videos worth sharing.

In this post, my Cammy faces off against Niysx’s M. Bison.

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Jett vs. Sherryjenix in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition Version 2012

This edition of Jett vs. features Sherryjenix. She’s one of the most recognizable Street Fighter IV players in the scene thanks to her skilled C. Viper. Some of her recent accomplishments include taking out Combofiend at Wednesday Night Fights and placing 33rd at Canada Cup 2011, arguably the most talent-filled fighting game tournament to date. If you’d like to learn more about her, check out her site and check out this interview conducted by Rok the Reaper.

I was fortunate enough to play a few matches with her over XBOX Live and I thought the matches were worth sharing. Click through to watch our matches!

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Jett Vs. Episode 4 – Trapped


Welcome to episode 3 of Jett Vs., a series of blog posts where I post one of my Super Street Fighter IV match videos and analyze it for your viewing and reading pleasure.

If for some reason you’ve been hotly anticipating the day when I’d post a video of myself losing, you’re in luck. Not only do I take an L, but I go down in flames.

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Jett Vs. – Episode 2: Be Careful Where You Yoga Teleport

Welcome to episode 2 of Jett Vs., a series of blog posts where I post one of my Super Street Fighter IV match videos and analyze it for your viewing and reading pleasure.

This episode features my Rufus against an Italian player’s Dhalsim. Dhalsim can be frustrating to fight against because of his ability to keep opponents away, but I was able to capitalize on some critical mistakes to squeak out a win.

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Jett Vs. – Episode 1: Stay Classy, Ken Masters

Welcome to a feature I’m testing out on In Third Person that I like to call “Jett Vs.” (no relation to that Shaq show). For now, I’ll probably use this as a place to post some of my Street Fighter match videos, talk about Street Fighter knowledge and what happened in a particular match. I guess with a name like “Jett Vs.”, I can use it for basically anything related to competitive gaming. Apologies in advance the poor video and audio quality; it’s the best I can do with the on-board camera on my laptop.

For episode 1, I chose a battle I recently had with a Ken player whose cocky play cost him the match. Click through to the rest of the post to see the video and read my match commentary.

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