Airthrow, post: 1259801 wrote:
ToyRobotTerror, post: 1259805 wrote:
hattari ( ken ) vs san ( ryu )
hattari ( ken ) vs namara dhalsim ( dhalsim )
fuji shima ( barlog ) vs san ( ryu )
namara dhalsim ( dhalsim ) vs fujishima ( barlog )
Kusumondo/Otochun vs Futachan/The SuperStar
Aniken/Tasaka vs Kusumondo/Otochun
Kuni/Seki vs Futachan/The SuperStar
Kusumondo/Otochun vs Kachu/Tatsu
ARG/Gotoh vs Aniken/Tasaka
Futachan/The SuperStar vs SIN/HIRO
Aniken/Tasaka vs Kuni/Seki
Kuni/Seki vs Rokko/Batayan
djfrijoles, post: 1259811 wrote:
I just had me a few strong Tequilas with Squirt and ice cubes while I watched those and really enjoyed mysel
Thnaks for those links!!!
Did you guys notice that link # 5 and 6 are the same. At first I thought the drinks
were getting to me
Any ways man, thumbs up!!!
Just bumped into this. Don't know if you guys already saw it.
Airthrow, post: 1259813 wrote:
Here's a first-to-five money match between SRK member Axel Kelly (Aka Umbrellastyle) and myself from 1/18/08.
ToyRobotTerror, post: 1259816 wrote:
I watched the seattle ranbat on preppys site. Good shit, the claw vs claw match was hilarious
Airthrow, post: 1259817 wrote:
Which date? A lot of the old ones are hilarious for all the wrong reasons....
We've only all been playing the game seriously since feb-march of last year. If the Random Select Portland vids ever come out, that is probably our highest level of play from Seattle players IMO.
ToyRobotTerror, post: 1259818 wrote:
I only found one ranbat on preppys. There are more?
Airthrow, post: 1259815 wrote:
Thanks, yeah I definitely should've used the c. mk more. If my windows movie maker is agreeable tommorow like it was today, I'll try to post some more tournament matches from 1/18, but only about half of that tourney would be viewable since one of the tapes had issues...
Airthrow, post: 1259819 wrote:
Yeah you can find the old shitty videos by going to zachd.com, search, and typing "super turbo" in the search box, but I seriously wouldn't recommend it. We're only just now becoming almost decent.
djfrijoles, post: 1259823 wrote:
This guy has a bunch of good vids I had never seen b4.
Ehonda, post: 1259826 wrote:
www.youtube.com/damdai Here is the link to a few of the matches from the latest Philly tourney.
UltraDavid, post: 1259831 wrote:
I can give you a little advice for the Gief part. The Ken player liked to stick out crouching forward a lot against you, which you can easily blow through with crouching roundhouse. You might trade, but your sweep will do more damage and get a knockdown, so don't worry about that. You can also beat crouching attacks like that with max-range standing short or go over
I'd also like to see more walk-up spd. Once you got within a certain range, the Ken player liked to sit there crouch blocking in expectation of a sweep or a tick; walk up and spd him for doing that. I think you tried that once and it ended up in green hand, so if you have difficulty doing it, practice practice practice.
Also, the Ken player ticked into throw against you a few times, but that shouldn't work against Zangief. When the opponent hits you, you should do a quick option-select 360 + p ending in crouch block, so that if the opponent continues the combo or poke string you'll just keep getting hit or keep blocking, but if the opponent leaves an instant of empty space to go for a throw or a jump you'll spd him (note: sometimes dangerous against dragon punch characters). At the same time, I want fewer wake-up spd attempts, especially against characters who have attacks they can do from outside your range or dragon punches they can do to keep you honest.
I also want more antiair lariats against jumping attacks and better punishment for whiffed dragon punches in the form of atomic suplexes (if in range) or spd. Oh, and always do green hand if your command grab leaves you at a distance from the opponent.
Half-Ro, post: 1259830 wrote:
Sup all. I want to step my st game up alot. I have a few recent st finals I was in, any comments on how I could go about stepping it up would be appreciated!
Kyokuji, post: 1259836 wrote:
Jump LK ticks are useful, and you should walking SPD more often. You were in range a couple times but decided to lariat or tick.
Half-Ro, post: 1259832 wrote:
On Gief: Can s.mk be used as a solid anti-c.mk from shotos too?? I noticed that it fits the purpose well or should I always just go for the trade knock down (c.rh)??
UltraDavid, post: 1259838 wrote:
For sure. I wrote in that post, "You can also beat crouching attacks like that with max-range standing short or go over..." and then I guess just forgot to finish the sentence (?), but I meant to finish it with "or go over it with standing forward." That's a big part of Gief's footsie games.
Gief v Ken is pretty even, it's just that Gief can't really go for safe jumps or ticks into spd very often. He has to rely more on footsies and spacing and creating guessing games between tick into spd and tick crouching roundhouse or crouching forward xx kick lariat (if very close).
Half-Ro, post: 1259839 wrote:
Thanks! I appreciate the advice guys. I really need some advice with my 'rog though too. Is there anyone that could help me out with that??
FreshOJ, post: 1259840 wrote:
psychochronic, post: 1259842 wrote:
So a friend of mine wants to learn this game and the only SF experience he got is CvS2 so I said I'd take it easy on him and that I wouldn't use my main character (Chun-Li):
http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=6C443C71F27F42A6 <--30 matches
This is the first time also I'm using Claw and Blanka too!
ParryPerson., post: 1259843 wrote:
I'd say start using your Chun ASAP. We all learned the hard way, he shouldn't be any different.
Sargoth, post: 1259846 wrote:
Just some scrub matches. Some of you will laugh , others will cry , but dangit , im trying