Batsu, post: 6175729, member: 794 wrote:
Random question: and maybe it's in this thread already (I can't seem to find it through searching). How the [BEEP] do you keep from triggering Team Aerial Combo when doing aerial raves that end in a move that uses the S button (i.e. Haggar's Wild Swing, Ryu's new Hadouken). Sometimes if I delay the input of S after QCF for Wild Swing it works, but it often results in a dropped combo.
Dedemaru, post: 6175985, member: 22140 wrote:
You gotta be more precise with your inputs. If you do the qcf right and the game registers it, you won't do a TAC. Practice your qcfs a lil' bit.
TheCape, post: 6553079, member: 62362 wrote:
Hacdieu, post: 6947959, member: 44716 wrote:
Odd question, but would it be easier to follow the enemy after a launch by holding :uf: or holding :?
I see on pro fights that they quickly tag the opponent after launch without actually reaching full super-jump height some times. It could be just how i play (holding :uf:) but i am floating in the air way more than i want in battle before i reach them.
Ryorus, post: 6959511, member: 56665 wrote:
Hey Guys this is my first fighting game. I was wondering if there is a guide for basic terms that may be universal for fighting games, i have been reading some guides such as this one which have been very useful but there are still a lot of things i'm unfamiliar with such as character types (not sure how things such as zoning, keep away, etc work). People have tried to explain them briefly but i was hoping there may perhaps be a more detailed guide on these basics and perhaps some videos demonstrating them? Thanks
Blue Lightning, post: 7634642, member: 9207 wrote:
I'm pretty sure plink dashing is faster than wave dashing, especially if it's backdash since you just hold left and do the inputs quickly. Wavedashing backwards, in my experience, requires too much dexterity and quick fingers for how (little) quick it is. Better to just learn plinking instead.
IsshunSengeki, post: 7635996, member: 18800 wrote:
I'm guessing the best way to learn is by playing and watching, so I've considered just x-copying top players and then getting into some matches so I can try and figure out the game. Most of my combo training time has gone into Dante, so I'm after some suggestions for a good Dante team, as well as notable Dante players I should look out for (I already know about Yipes).
Thanks in advance, guys and girls.
bastosbuttons, post: 7639066, member: 72809 wrote:
how do you plink dash without whiffing the attajsck button?