erikstanton, post: 1134860 wrote:
Why wouldnt that be the case? That is the case with everything ever. If you just started, you suck.
ESN, post: 1134869 wrote:
Mame or, better choice, any final burn alpha version, will be closer to arcade feeling than any console version.
Lostintheflurry, post: 1134799 wrote:
then do this. throw out everything you knew and learn how to block and not get hit. forget attacking, don't worry about getting damage, just block everything. when they start throwing allot try to tech those.
for a while ONLY do damage from openings don't worry about forcing your damage. it'll be easy to see your progress from how much longer you will be living.
i reworked my game this way when i wanted to start red parrying and its the best thing to do imo.
drean, post: 1134875 wrote:
so essentially block and parry?
p1nkt1t5, post: 1134880 wrote:
Hi, is this game played with an 8-way joystick or a 4-way joystick on the original japanese cabinets?
Gaijinblaze, post: 1134881 wrote:
if you're talking about the shape of the restrictor plate, square is the only thing that has ever been used in a public game centre for 3S, as far as i know.
Trini_Judoka, post: 1134878 wrote:
Also, as Urien i understand i cant really duck tatsus, but as yang, why is it that i duck, it whiffs but then hits on the cross up side???
Joker Shade, post: 5639678 wrote:
Red parries, how do they work?
Block then parry NEXT hit...?
No_Cigar, post: 5653497 wrote:
Hi I'm going to pick up 3S whenever it goes online. I've been practicing a little on my xbox copy of it. I've been learning Ken and Sean.
I wanted to know which characters have the best range/footsies, and which are the fastest/best mobility? I really like ranged characters (not necessarily projectile) and characters with good mobility/speed.
Looking forward to 3SO.
jwangggg, post: 5653609 wrote:
I'd say you're describing Chun, Yang, Oro... and I guess Sean lol. They all have decent footsies. Sean walks and dashes really fast, Chun and Yang walk really fast and have other ways of moving. Oro has a fast dash and a double jump and his footsies are really good. He hops around the screen all day. I guess Yun and Gouki are good at diving all around too.
aku, post: 5653882 wrote:
You'd be surprised at the lack of dedicated Chun Li players in the US. It's true that some of the best in America use Chun, but you'll see way more Kens. Not enough people play Chun to be honest, so besides her being the best character in the game, you'll have a bunch of people not get used to the matchup and as a result cry way more. Seriously, somebody should pick up the slack.
RainbowViper*, post: 5677309 wrote:
Probably wrong section but the "Best Elena players" in her section is from 2005...I was wondering who are some of the top Elena players out now/recently?..so far I only know of Sei, Combofiend, MOV, Azuma and Kuroda whenever he uses her but if theres anyone else y'all think stick out and would recommend to watch, I'd gladly appreciate your suggestions.