Rhythm vs. Marvel vs. Capcom 2

About a week ago I told myself that I’d go on and suck it up, and buy the PS3 version of Marvel vs. Capcom 2. I wanted to get in some practice with some of my characters I’ll be playing with on Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Unfortunately I haven’t any good practice partners. Everyone online is playing it like they’re at an EVO tournament.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m not horrible at the game, but I’m on a less frantic level of style. I’m not a tournament player. I know that I’m not. Won’t ever be. I want to have fun with fighting games, but it looks as if people got that shit down to a science that I’ve yet to ever translate. So I find myself condemned to the training room to which a virtual dummy takes in all my many attempts of putting cheap honor-less combos together.
What I have learned is that I should look at my selection of characters that I use, and figure out which “assists” work wonders with the flow of battle. I just fought a guy online who spammed the shit outta iceman’s assist, likely projectile type, since it was ice beams all over the place. That shit was really annoying. I’d hate to be annoying. I don’t work with top tier characters. Again, I wish to have fun with what I’m playing, and not be a dick, spamming projectiles and breaking guards like I did something wrong. LMAO!
I’ll make it work somehow.

But when Tuesday rolls around, fuck Marvel vs. Capcom 2. It will be about the anticipated beast called Marvel vs. Capcom 3!!!!!!!!!!