Killey, post: 3827039 wrote:
Ragna wasn't in GGXX#R :p
Sol and Baiken could do Dustloops in #R and Zappa had an infinite with the Dog Summon.
HBRD, post: 3826938 wrote:
GGPO: An emulator/netplay tool developed by Ponder, used by many players for classic games such as 3S and A2/3. http://www.ggpo.net/
GeekyDad, post: 3827046 wrote:
What are folks referring to when they use the term "shenanigans" as it pertains to Street Fighter?
captpancakes, post: 3827047 wrote:
What does the SC stand for in a combo like this one?
C.LK -> C.LP -> SC.LP -> S.LP -> S.FP
jdm714, post: 3827048 wrote:
You know, like tricky stuff.
Hit-confirming is the act of giving your mind enough time to react to a situation.
Instead of going for an unsafe combo and hoping it'll connect, ideally you would leave "mental padding" in the form of quick normal attacks that can be linked together, which will give the mind the time to process whether your attacks are connecting or being blocked.
If the attacks land, you can then go into a damaging combo, and if the attacks are blocked, you aren't forced to guess with a highly punishable maneuver.
sportsdude, post: 3827065 wrote:
when referring to Hakan, what does DDT mean?
MaNiLa iCeD, post: 3827066 wrote:
What does Flowchart mean?
PatakaReada, post: 3827067 wrote:
Refers to his Oil Dive. Although I do not know why it is called DDT.
Usually refers to players who play Ken and just spam shoryuken with out thinking about it. Google flowchart Ken.
infamy, post: 3827068 wrote:
DDT is a wrestling move. Google DDT Jake the Snake
Aidonia, post: 3827072 wrote:
I got a question and might have missed it but what does hk.ST, cr.mk and cst.hp mean??
is it Hard Kick standing, crouching med kick, crouch stand hard punch??
Iduno, post: 3826960 wrote:
Found a better explanation of plinking from the same guy as in the video you linked to
HBRD, post: 3827073 wrote:
People have different notations for stuff, but those mean standing HK, crouching MK, and I assume close standing HP. Things start to get wonky with close/far standing, I think the standard is c for close, f for far, cr for crouching. You shouldn't have to say cst since there aren't any characters with close/far versions of their crouching attacks as far as I know.
DoctorWho3k, post: 3827058 wrote:
Any idea about the origin? I just think it's a really funny insult and have never heard it used outside of fighting games.
turks4mayor, post: 3827090 wrote:
has anyone mentioned kfc?