Norieaga, post: 7317315, member: 12841 wrote:
So, can you have the combo editor do ANY combo trial for you? I'm speaking about the one that costs 240MSP for 360. I'm 80%-ish done with the trials and just want to get some of them over with.
Yes, I know its the lame way out. Thanks in advance.
Intuitive2011, post: 7449388, member: 66101 wrote:
You can't get EWGF OR Final TAP with quick combos and you can't get Fuhajin Store either. I tested them myself.
Update, this thing will do links! Take Cody's St.Hp, Cr.Hp link.
Also, combos scale really badly.
Blackgold, post: 7554701, member: 68138 wrote:
Another question: can you do Lei's pseudo-inifinte with Combo Editor? If you can ,can you do another on after the last one so you can continue the infinite, when the timing changes can you go on? Do you build enough meter?
Intuitive2011, post: 7554708, member: 66101 wrote:
You won't and you can't. Combo Editor doesn't allow you to time your combos. It juts follows what was imputed.
CYBORG COP, post: 7584262, member: 2047 wrote:
Regarding timing... I don't have the Combo Editor, but I got to try it as part of the DLC Hack on my friend's XBox a while back. I remember between commands you had to select AUTO or a number. AUTO did the next move as early as possible. Meaning with Ryu, cr.LP~AUTO~cr, MP produced a chain. If you selected a number instead, that was the number of frames it would wait before attempting the next command. So you could link the cr.LP and cr. MP if you knew the number of frames to delay.
Is this not the case anymore? Also, I'm pretty sure you could input walking.
Blackgold, post: 7595975, member: 68138 wrote:
So they dumbed down Combo Editor? Perhaps the update had changes to it. I wonder how it was on PS3 but no one ever could open Combo Editor on PS3 before release. So they purposely made Quick Combos more useless? The sample combos aren't bad but learn them by yourself and you won't have to find when to activate it, get punished if blocked and lose damage and one meter. This feature shouldn't have been in if it was going to be dumbed down.
Intuitive2011, post: 7596019, member: 66101 wrote:
I wouldn't say dumbed it down now, if anything, it sounded more silly before, especially if you could time your combos. The one useful feature it does possess is the fact that it allows you into input the Raging Demon shortcut.
Blackgold, post: 7596137, member: 68138 wrote:
I should have said underpowered. Raging Demon is not much wort using tbh, it only does 300 damage, it is way more useful than Misogi but I would still use my partner's Super, unless his is even worse.