haha, look at what a cheapass Ino is. No wonder Daigo quit. Ino does random Blanka s.HK out of nowhere to go over Guile's limbs, and did you guys see how much damage that last throw took off?
ino vs otaku went down at this big 5 on 5 tournament back in 2004, where otaku won, but stupid me didnt record that match. Anyway, New vid up, anyone got Kim vs Eric lee from evo?!?!?!?...peace
Anytime you play vs any character, you can't just stick to safe gameplans, you must take risks in between your safe stuff. That is when the momentum changes. Every match can't be perfect, but from your posts, I think you expect most to be. Anyway just a random observation.
You guys should be a man like Daigo and walk up half screen and DP against a full meter Bison... thats how he rolls.
I dunno 9th place at Evo is higher than you or I... and it was a joke. Most people on SRK seem to get too much into a mindset of playing like a robot. "If he does this, I shall only react and do this, if he does that, I shall only react and do such and such." Go watch all the top players... Choi does psychic DPs, Buktooth does random DPs after low jump early MP w/ Iori, Mago does roll DP/super/RC, Combofiend lives off of random activate, Dan throws fireballs despite them being risky as hell, Bas does one hit scissor kick w/ Bison and then rolls and does random walkup activate, RF lives off of roll CC and dash CC... if you notice... most top players do take risks. Most people on SRK seem to want to play how Ricky and Justin seem to play... which is safe and never taking risks. It seems like the most successful players take risks and know the right time to take them. The only way to learn the right time is actually going for them yourself.
Yo, what the hell... Stop arguing or take it to the PM's. Daigo is better than anybody here, that's that, and I don't want to read where this conversation is leading to, so cram it already. Thanks.
Playing like a robot doesn't work. Like any game in existence there is a gambling aspect of it, and a robotic aspect of it (i.e. execution, timing, etc)since we cannot know for certain what another opponent is doing/thinking of doing/etc. It just seems that certain players appear "psychic" because they have more experience in particular circumstances. The more you are fimiliar with what normally happens in a circumstance the more you can apply chance to the situation, kind of like an educated guess, since you get used to a more probable outcome. The more you know about characters normals/specials/etc you can apply a more probable move to the situation which covers more options.
Nitto is a beast and K-Geese is the fanboy bandwagon character of the moment. Nitto vs Kim on http://www.crazyasskim.com. GO GO GO!
Buktooth also does RC running slash more than I use the restroom at work and then not wash my hands and touch other people's food, and I do that a lot because I like it and think it's funny.
Haha, I'd use Geese if I could do the raging storm. Well, I guess I just hafta practice if I have time. Then actually doing it when someone jumps, thats another thing.