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  • appoappo (¬‿¬) Joined: Posts: 5,266
    edited January 19
    Tekken Bites Tutorial Series - First Episode for Josie

    i post this here because updating the dojo section at this time seems pointless before the forum
    moved to the other place.

  • LiangHuBBBLiangHuBBB Joined: Posts: 2,318
    some cool yoshi stuff

    www.youtube.com/user/LiangHuBBB
  • p.m novaroad pilotp.m novaroad pilot Joined: Posts: 2,653
    kasumis is hard to react too
    i suppose you could fuzzy it but just train your self to react to the animation of the kick
    with strings like that I duck first because if she does the mid variation you get knocked away for some damage but it least its not a launch
    they assume that if you block that one shell get punished especially by paul. since you arent reacting to it yet they do the high to get some safety

    that string can be sidewalked too so i threaten with that in neutral. just micro sidesteps for posturing to get it in their minds that i will do it that also that should help up close with
    df1
    also make them hesitate to use fff2 with micro ones to the left

    and kazuyas block punishment is kind of iffy lol
    he cant punish get up kicks sometimes because the range on b1,2 has been nerfed.

    funniest thing i heard all day after someone rage quits on me
    yall all spam too much
    but you play eddy lmfao
    i mean yeah learn the matchup and all that but i just think if you play eddy you lose any right to complain about anything
  • eviljevilj Joined: Posts: 5,137 ✭✭✭✭✭ OG


    Kodee has a great wavedash speed, basically a lightdash .

    Check out the 90 percent kazuya combo at 6:28.

    Green Karin.
  • ChaudBlazeChaudBlaze The C is for Chaud Joined: Posts: 471
    Has anyone mentioned that if Akuma flips over you, your X button becomes O for a brief second???
  • appoappo (¬‿¬) Joined: Posts: 5,266
    edited January 23
    ChaudBlaze wrote: »
    Has anyone mentioned that if Akuma flips over you, your X button becomes O for a brief second???
    it would be more helpfull when you refer to the actual inputs instead of the butons on your device. /lp, rp, lk, rk
    do you talk about his normal jump divekick and the divekick which is a option out of his special flip (hyakkisho /Move8).
    they indeed use different inputs for the kick to come out.

  • eviljevilj Joined: Posts: 5,137 ✭✭✭✭✭ OG
    I'm excited for Evo Japan Tekken 7. I have a good feeling it's going to continue the hype from TWT Finals and Mastercup 9.

    Green Karin.
  • ArtVandelayArtVandelay Architect Joined: Posts: 5,725
    The only thing that's killing the buzz for Tekken is Namco and how they space out DLC and what is contained in that DLC.
    There hasn't been anything worthwhile except for Geese and the input delay patch since launch.
    Add me for some Tekken 7 if you're from Europe.
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  • appoappo (¬‿¬) Joined: Posts: 5,266
    The only thing that's killing the buzz for Tekken is Namco and how they space out DLC and what is contained in that DLC.
    There hasn't been anything worthwhile except for Geese and the input delay patch since launch.

    whut...did you forgot
    T7_charartwork11.jpg?token=lLQjpQvEMReeJH9mCbJIeIioga4%3D
    :bee:
    beside of noctis and all the stuff the arcade version got but we dont i doubt there will be anything else to come. i am not sure why they are so afraid of dlc chars.
    even 2 per year till tekken 8 arrives would grant that people put money into the game and stay longer active/interested. maybe they will go that road with soulcalibur...

  • appoappo (¬‿¬) Joined: Posts: 5,266
    edited January 25
    new cosmetic stuff for the arcade version.
    http://www.tekken-official.jp/news/?p=7776

  • NupoChromineNupoChromine Art By: Matthew Griffin Joined: Posts: 5,063
    I just want Lars' wrestling custom to get to console...
    What is like $2500 a month?
  • ArtVandelayArtVandelay Architect Joined: Posts: 5,725
    Was really excited and looking forward to EVO Japan, but looks like @MrWizard took the McRibs money from Capcom to plaster their shit all over Twitch and decided to not give Tekken English commentary, except for half an hour on Sunday.

    Now you gotta chase through Japanese streams if you wanna watch the third biggest game at the fucking event.

    Goddamn...
    Add me for some Tekken 7 if you're from Europe.
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  • appoappo (¬‿¬) Joined: Posts: 5,266
    Was really excited and looking forward to EVO Japan, but looks like @MrWizard took the McRibs money from Capcom to plaster their shit all over Twitch and decided to not give Tekken English commentary, except for half an hour on Sunday.

    Now you gotta chase through Japanese streams if you wanna watch the third biggest game at the fucking event.

    Goddamn...

    same goes for guilty gear.
    you would expect that someone who organized evo for so long and made it bigger and bigger is able
    to provide english streams for all! the main games during the whole event.

    evojapstreamshed_by_f_g_c-dc14s6m.jpg

  • ArtVandelayArtVandelay Architect Joined: Posts: 5,725
    So I wrote a salty tweet to James Chen, and he said that the reason there's so much SFV is because the English stream for Street Fighter is handled by Capcom/Capcom Fighters.

    So basically because neither Harada nor the guys at ArcSys are organizing a dedicated stream for Western viewers, we'll not get any English commentary for Tekken or Guilty Gear unless we catch a couple of matches on the main stream (which alternates randomly between games) and the finals streams of course.

    So basically if you want to take the piss, take it to Harada and Murray. EVO Japan is a Japanese tournament so naturally the baseline language and streaming platforms will be Japanese, unless the publishers provide their own streams.
    Add me for some Tekken 7 if you're from Europe.
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  • ElectroManiacElectroManiac Joined: Posts: 576
    Well would you prefer Japanese commentators or TastySteeve singing? :coffee:

    I agree that they should have arrange English commentators as most of their viewers don't understand Japanese.
    Steam: Electro
    Tekken 7 Mains: Dragunov, Bryan Second: Josie, Devil Jim

    DBFZ: Adult Gohan/GokuBlack/SSJVegeta
  • appoappo (¬‿¬) Joined: Posts: 5,266
    i am surprised that its up to the devs of the games.
    at the end its mr wiz and crews tournament. shouldnt he want as many people watching it as possible?
    i guess in that case the views have no influence in the income of the evo guys.

  • ArtVandelayArtVandelay Architect Joined: Posts: 5,725
    appo wrote: »
    i am surprised that its up to the devs of the games.
    at the end its mr wiz and crews tournament. shouldnt he want as many people watching it as possible?
    i guess in that case the views have no influence in the income of the evo guys.

    Looks like the goal for EVO Japan is to be successful domestically first and foremost.
    I mean it's not like you can't watch all the games, and it's not like they're doing it worse than EVO Las Vegas, as the actual EVO doesn't provide any foreign language commentary and streams, but EVO Japan does at least in a small capacity.
    Add me for some Tekken 7 if you're from Europe.
    I'm not playing anything else these days:
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  • appoappo (¬‿¬) Joined: Posts: 5,266
    entrys itself are good so i guess it counts as a success for em.
    i just hope that they change that in the future so that not only the finals have english commentated stream.

  • eviljevilj Joined: Posts: 5,137 ✭✭✭✭✭ OG
    I saw some matches earlier, could have sworn I saw a pause and an in match button change followed by resume.

    I guess the Japanese have so much honor there is no DQ.
    Green Karin.
  • eviljevilj Joined: Posts: 5,137 ✭✭✭✭✭ OG
    and I'm watching right now and a King vs Paul match, the paul guy then switched to King. The second player was basically a green rank player and the chat was having fun watching his play style and decision making..
    Very strange to see green rank play in Japan but I guess it shows you there's people of different skill levels no matter where you're from.
    Green Karin.
  • ArtVandelayArtVandelay Architect Joined: Posts: 5,725
    What's strange is looking at the results.
    That's gotta be the first time in forever that JDCR didn't make top 8 in a tournament.
    Add me for some Tekken 7 if you're from Europe.
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  • eviljevilj Joined: Posts: 5,137 ✭✭✭✭✭ OG
    I hate geese
    Green Karin.
  • p.m novaroad pilotp.m novaroad pilot Joined: Posts: 2,653
    lol i hate him too lmfao
    my friend and me play about 70+ games the other day and i was learning the geese matchup
    some characters are so risky but because of their super high reward they sort of break the case of the game rewarding taking your time and making timely precise decisions.
    gesse is one of those characters hes unsafe as shit but hes constantly in your face and forces you to make snap decisions more often than traditional tekken would have you think. its like a vortex. on top of that if he has meter hes gonna raging storm
    8 frames and damn near impossible to clean punish without wall and even then it has to be at a certain angle.

    if you are low on life and he has meter you poking game become severely hindered cause a player who can buffer the super properly is gonna hold on the bar until you over extend yourself.
    his poking becomes better because of that too lol even if you are advantage he can still reversal super and beat you out.


    Ive been watching a shitload of knees streams as they help with my mishimas and other characters
    hes been destroying everyone and using every character. rarely getting demoted and his bryan is the highest ranked. hes starting to get a better feel of the game and he knows all of the characters at a top end level.
    hes been putting in so much work its impossible to put in that much work and not progress.
  • CriminalUpperCriminalUpper =D Joined: Posts: 3,134
    I couldn't watch Top 64 due to Openrec being terrible, but this guy uploaded the Top 64 matches.



    Some insane matches here. And the very last match of Top 64 is a MUST WATCH, all I can say. That match starts at 3:51:30 but there's good top level matches scattered throughout.

    Makes me sad there wasn't a better stream, but I'll take this over nothing.
  • NaerasNaeras Terribad Joined: Posts: 3,616
    Grand finals was a great damn set.
  • ArtVandelayArtVandelay Architect Joined: Posts: 5,725
    Yeah but what do you guys say about that insane Paul player NaughtySenpai69, winning Tilly Cup 18 with a clean 3-0 sweep?
    Add me for some Tekken 7 if you're from Europe.
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  • appoappo (¬‿¬) Joined: Posts: 5,266
    Yeah but what do you guys say about that insane Paul player NaughtySenpai69, winning Tilly Cup 18 with a clean 3-0 sweep?

    congratulation to your 100 bucks? :pensive:

  • ArtVandelayArtVandelay Architect Joined: Posts: 5,725
    appo wrote: »
    Yeah but what do you guys say about that insane Paul player NaughtySenpai69, winning Tilly Cup 18 with a clean 3-0 sweep?

    congratulation to your 100 bucks? :pensive:

    5 bucks. Thanks anyways :D
    Add me for some Tekken 7 if you're from Europe.
    I'm not playing anything else these days:
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  • ElectroManiacElectroManiac Joined: Posts: 576
    edited January 29
    I really wanted Knee to win with Bryan, so he stick to it more on tournaments.

    It is so fun watching him play Bryan. Those taunts he pulled were sick.
    Steam: Electro
    Tekken 7 Mains: Dragunov, Bryan Second: Josie, Devil Jim

    DBFZ: Adult Gohan/GokuBlack/SSJVegeta
  • appoappo (¬‿¬) Joined: Posts: 5,266
    appo wrote: »
    Yeah but what do you guys say about that insane Paul player NaughtySenpai69, winning Tilly Cup 18 with a clean 3-0 sweep?

    congratulation to your 100 bucks? :pensive:

    5 bucks. Thanks anyways :D

    whut? i thought everyone payed 5 bucks in...maybe i misread that. congratulation anyway.

  • ArtVandelayArtVandelay Architect Joined: Posts: 5,725
    edited January 29
    appo wrote: »
    appo wrote: »
    Yeah but what do you guys say about that insane Paul player NaughtySenpai69, winning Tilly Cup 18 with a clean 3-0 sweep?

    congratulation to your 100 bucks? :pensive:

    5 bucks. Thanks anyways :D

    whut? i thought everyone payed 5 bucks in...maybe i misread that. congratulation anyway.

    Nah.
    It's just some stoner from r/salty who hosts weekly Tekken online tournaments on Steam and gives the winner 5 bucks+donations on that night.
    Sadly people didn't donate so I couldn't even get a pizza for me and the Misses.

    It's kinda like Char Cup.

    Was hella fun though. Haven't played in a weekly online tournament since Zotac Cup for Warcraft 3 years ago.
    Add me for some Tekken 7 if you're from Europe.
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  • eviljevilj Joined: Posts: 5,137 ✭✭✭✭✭ OG
    edited February 5
    found/learned something interesting with Heihachi that is probably old.

    For his Crouchdash jump kick
    f,n,d,df+3 (mid) and
    f,n,d,DF+3 (low)

    You can input it as a crouch dash jump
    f,n,d,df, uf
    then input the 3 or then hold df and 3 once he has already left the ground to select either mid or low option.

    I don't know if the start up frame is different but if you do it the old way, he sometimes makes an audio cue signifying he's going to attack (sometimes he doesn't).

    Using the second method, he doesn't make the audio cue until he leaves the ground.

    Also I noticed he has an uf+2 move...that looks like a pimp slap that is not in the move list.
    I think everyone has a uf+2 command?

    Green Karin.
  • eviljevilj Joined: Posts: 5,137 ✭✭✭✭✭ OG
    edited February 5
    I been playing a lot of mishimas and I'm starting to feel like my Heihachi and Kazuya is more effective than my DJ, who was always my fav mishima since Tekken 5.

    I think I'm landing more electrics and the neutral just feels better.
    Kazuya feels more explosive with a dangerous wake up game provided you have good reads and decision making.
    Heihachi, god damn his mids are insane, I never realized this even though I read it.

    The stats don't lie too:

    PS4 win rate
    DJ 57-58%
    Hei 63-65%
    Kaz 68-69%

    PC win rate
    DJ 66%
    Hei 67-71%
    Kazuya Currently 81%.

    Unless it's just because I'm getting better overall and am starting to use Hei and Kaz later on.
    Green Karin.
  • appoappo (¬‿¬) Joined: Posts: 5,266
    edited February 5
    i guess its a mix of both. one the one hand you got better over time, on the other he allows you to pressure more which when your reads
    or...luck....benefits you lead to more wins. part of it is you and a part of it the char.

  • p.m novaroad pilotp.m novaroad pilot Joined: Posts: 2,653
    with kaz you know he doesnt have much so when you [picked him you were probably in the zone more often. the flip side since he doesnt have alot you only have to worry about good spacing and reads no super specific things
    so when you play him you are zeroed in you know you dont have alot so you instincts are on 10

    with hei hes heavy pressure and people that mash will die to him hes high risk with his lows but the heat he can put on you is enormous and at the wall its tough
    with his mids just like appo said and you probably got better
    because devil jin has such great tools it makes it easier to fall on those in the crutch and sometime you get predictable which will get you killed you have to work hard not to be predictable with him.
  • eviljevilj Joined: Posts: 5,137 ✭✭✭✭✭ OG
    Had a rough night with Kaz yesterday, was playing the higher ranks (Nina) and was winning at first then started losing.
    Same happened with Hei versus a Steve.

    I think Mishimas in a long set is harder...short to medium 3-6 matches are perfect.
    Green Karin.
  • eviljevilj Joined: Posts: 5,137 ✭✭✭✭✭ OG
    edited February 8
    So I went to Wednesday Night Fights today, it's been 4-5 months since I've been to a tournament, I was feeling good and not tired after work, I heard there was going to be UK players in socal because they are stopping by on their way to StrongStyle, which is the Tekken major happening this weekend in San Jose (Norcal). I debated about going because I figured if/when I lose, I'm going to be thinking about it and may have trouble sleeping lol cause I'm already a light sleeper.

    Played RunItBlack in Casuals...he's really good. I've been mostly playing mishimas the last two weeks and one game using Heihachi against his Paul made me not want to play mishimas anymore...it's too hard. I played maybe two games. Then switched to Hwoarang and he switched to Jin, his main. Really good movement. I somehow got two rounds and lost. Definitely one of the best players right now in socal and I'm not surprised he's won a few WNF tournaments.

    Then I played some UK guys because we were allowed to get some practice in, he looked Asian and was using a K-stick and was playing Lars. Things were going ok/well.

    Up comes the tournament, first match I'm first up which is great because I don't like to wait. I got paired with Spaghetti Rip who is a UK player. I was expecting to play his Katarina, but I saw him hovering over Eddy so I went with Shaheen first because I don't like the hwoarang, Eddy matchup.

    First round, startd off pretty strong, block punishing, timing good hopicks and took it. Lost the next 3 rounds. I was playing sloppy, going for random hopkicks. and didn't even land wall combos. Serves me right because I hardly practice with Shaheen.

    Went straight to Hwoarang, lost to rounds, took the next two, and lost the 3rd round. I dropped a few combos and got upset with myself...I don't think it's a good idea to telegraph your frustration in a tournament.
    I was pretty upset at the loss but I went for the fist bump and we shook hands.

    The thing about that's good/bad this game is it's never the games fault if you lose...it's your fault or their credit.

    I absolutely hate losing in basically anything.

    Anyway, the power goes off for the entire block in the city, so they basically had to cancel the tournament and issue people refunds.

    I'll be watching strong style this weekend and trying my best just to stick to Hwoarang and Shaheen from now on.
    Green Karin.
  • p.m novaroad pilotp.m novaroad pilot Joined: Posts: 2,653
    edited February 9
    You gotta get more confident in yourself too much switching especially with characters you don't practice with will get you killed
    Though I can't talk too much my last tournament netted me 4th place again.I won the first rd with devil Jin got sent to losers in the second rd dropped some game winners with hei.
    Won the next 3 rds of losers thanks to Nina mostly the 1 before I lost I switched from heihachi to Jin to Nina before winning 3-2.
    Then I lost to the winner of the tournament jabbers who is actually honkey#1 he just changed his moniker
    I requested a mishma duel and lost. but learned some stuff his movement is amazing... landed some nice ofgf combos I'll post the footage later.
    Post edited by p.m novaroad pilot on
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