JubeiNinja69, post: 1563969 wrote:
so what's the trick to doing a standing 360 spd consistently? so far i'm just rotating the joystick in a fast 360 motion and it comes out randomly. i have a slow wrist.
King Of Bums, post: 1563944 wrote:
SPD i got down, now put this in your pipe and smoke it...
Kara Banishing fist, discuss!!
El Ton-K, post: 1563979 wrote:
I don't know if this has been discussed or not but.
Does FAB grab reversal moves like T.Hawks super?
I know that the jumping splash in cross up beats some reversals like SRK
jchensor, post: 1563989 wrote:
There is nothing significant about Hawk grabbing Ryu's DP in NKI's video. Well, okay, it IS really tough to do, and NKI pulling it off for the video was awesome. ^_^ But the reason it happens isn't because of anything special about Hawk's Super. Ryu (and Ken, actually) just has one frame of his DP where he can be thrown, right before he leaves the floor. And you just have to time it properly to grab him in that very frame.
Majestros does it as well in his video at one point. It's really hard to see, but you'll see a sequence where Ken does a DP right when Guile lands in to the corner from a throw, and Guile throws him out of the DP (you really need to watch it frame by frame to see it happening).
So yeah, you don't even need Hawk's Super to grab Ryu out of that frame. You could have done it with the regular 360 if you wanted. And by that logic, Zangief can also grab Ryu out of that frame of the DP.
El Ton-K, post: 1563984 wrote:
No, what I mean is hat T.Hawks super grabs reversals, I wanted to know if Gief's super grabs reversals as well
Master Bigode, post: 1563935 wrote:
I play whit the D-Pad 100% of the time.
To do a SPD, just do a .
Maybe you are doing the motion too slow or too fast...
ShinAkuma204, post: 1563992 wrote:
That only works on new school DP's? Old characters are ungrabable in their DP?
Fudd, post: 1563990 wrote:
I'd like to ask your guys' input about his double German suplex (the 360+K move done within close range) I noticed it does more damage than SPD, but then again you can't do it at SPD range otherwise you get the "Touchdown!" move.
X-Static, post: 1564005 wrote:
Also, you should always use a banishing fist after an SPD to close the gap and keep pressure on the opponent.
djfrijoles, post: 1564006 wrote:
(even though he misses the SPD)