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TKR · Inventor of Toe Socks ·

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  • In some post somewhere you have said you have the same issue with the Brook UFB. I started looking for it but honestly just can't be bothered. You can't seem to grasp what I have said about it. If you have the same issue with a different PCB, the…
  • Not that much of a learning curve. If you an type on a keyboard properly you can pick it up very quickly. Benefits are that its faster and a things like QCF or Z motion inputs are super easy. But unless you really spend time grinding it out and l…
  • ADD or ADHD has no effect on playing games. The practicing does. If you think you problem is getting in the way of practicing then focus on how to better practice than the game itself because you are holding yourself back. Take your meds, sit down, …
  • Buffering is just doing the motion without the button. So if you know how to cancel a normal into a special then you have it down. Do it exactly the same. But instead of pressing the punch or kick button you press nothing. The move has been buffered…
  • Bludika wrote: » thanks for your understanding, it pisses me off when idiots go "it's the operator's issue", that shit doesn't apply to me since i've been playing Tekken seriously on either mad catz or hori sticks since tekken 6 days, and i've gon…
  • BasicPlayer wrote: » That's not why I jump. My jump is to counter to his fireball. It block hit more than twice. which mean it condition me to expect the 'pain' block. That's why I jump. I tried to follow TKR advice "When you are trying to whiff p…
  • BasicPlayer wrote: » To be honest. I completely disagree with the idea of playing players better than you. I have been playing players better than me for years and I'm still in the same boat. This is obviously because you aren't learning. Y…
  • Its a tough one man. You can't condition a dumb player. Because if they can't figure out what they are doing wrong and adapt, you can't manipulate their adaptation. For example. I was having a tough time recently, I assume it was a bad connectio…
  • Haha. Do we have to eat to be able to poo...... Asking for a friend.
  • Well the reason they start to steam roll you after a few matches isn't because you can't figure them out. It is because they have figured you out. As you play more and get better this is something you will understand and start being in control of yo…
  • Typically + frames means you have an advantage. For example, if you land a hit and it is +5, it means you can move 5 frames sooner than the opponent. They cant work or not work, you are either + or you aren't. You can think of it like this. If…
  • The answer will change a lot as you get better. In the beginning you will want to try be as safe as possible and not throw out any move randomly. Until you have a good level of control over your spacing, throwing out random moves will often get you …
  • Vhozite wrote: » itzpookiie wrote: » Vhozite wrote: » In a hypothetical USA where guns are banned or much more heavily regulated are the police still armed with them? Yes Yeah...that can fuck all the way off. What diff…
  • regulation only goes so far. you cant police everyone + everything 100% of the time and succeed. the UNIBOMBER made a 22 caliber fully functional gun out of automobile parts. since he was a genius. crazy...but genius. You can police 100% of th…
  • It doesn't invalidate anything when the discussion is about guns and people discuss guns. It isn't about waging war. It's about saying something is illegal and then when people break the law they face the repercussions. Not everything needs to be…
  • 100% things would change. Convincing people to hand in their guns buy back or not would be tough. No doubt about it. But the USA government needs to just step up and do it. They are in charge and shouldn't let themselves be bullied around by the …
  • When you are discussing a specific instance you can put anything on a pedestal. Gun regulations in Japan will definitely have an impact on all crime. You can't hold up a convenience store without a gun, but having written that it seems that robbe…
  • Darksakul wrote: » angelpalm wrote: » Raz0r wrote: » Yet there will be no legislation on automatic weapons. America! The weapon that the terrorist used was estimated to cost 65k and is extremely hard to get a hold of, but apparently…
  • The scythe is a cancel. As soon as you do the crouch lk, you should be moving the stick for the special motion and hitting the required button. The goal is to cancel some of the frames of the crouch lk with the scythe frames.
  • Mauy Thai and Judo. Muay Thai is my favorite out of all the stand up styles I do. And Judo has tons of throws that would look cool as command grabs.
  • It simply means not repeating the same stuff so frequently. Over heads. Lows. Throws. Staggers. Moving in and out at different intervals. The more variety you can implement in your game play the better you are mixing it up.
    in "mix it up " Comment by TKR September 7
  • I did not know that about the Fanta's.
  • Just turn short cuts off. Or learn the short cuts. Regardless of what the motion is, you are practicing do the required motion. So being able to do the short cut 100% correct 100% of the time means you will be proficient. But if you have your …
  • Just wondering out of curiosity if the UFB has any points that future mods can be attached too. Mainly hopping someday there will be a little mod that can be done with an option to add audio for all the consoles. Instead of having to get a future…
  • Ryu at the moment isn't his best version. But he is fine for tournament. Maybe not top 16-8 material. But you should do OK. Nash is just a different Ryu with a different game plan. Between the two I would suggest Nash. But other than them Gui…
    in Nash or Ryu? Comment by TKR September 6
  • I would say Nash or Guile. Guile can really hold back an opponent. And if you corner them and move in his keep away play will really lock them down in the corner. And his pokes are decent. As far as your play style go's, It's just a general pl…
  • bchan009 wrote: » TKR wrote: » 2D is a lot cheaper than 3D and a fraction of the time. I used to make 2D sprites for games in high school for a guy who used to pay me what work out to $50 a character. My sister could draw so she would draw the…
  • I think a big thing most beginners do is think that they have to use separate fingers for the buttons. A lot are happy with it, but I have never seen an advanced player ever have specific fingers for specific buttons. No mater how big or small your …
  • Ryu, Alex and Nash are top tier. I would pick Ibuki. There are tons of Laura's out there. Being a good Ibuki will get you noticed. She is also one of the few characters who don't feel like a typical Street Fighter character so playing her always …
  • 10% of the time is nothing. And a reasonable amount of time to mess up an input. This has everything to do with being a newbie. He says he sometimes gets an additional input before or after getting the double button press. This indicates that the…
  • Captain_Hawke wrote: » I have the same problem. Which is weird because I never have trouble breaking grabs, popping Vtrigger, or using vskills in SFV. I think the timing in tekken is just really really tight. Like your fingers have to be he same l…
  • Don't forget Wheels from KI.
  • @Bludika This is the Newbie section. So people with Newbie issues will be posting here. He clearly states the issues he is having and it is a problem of not being consistent with multiple button inputs. So calm yourself and read what he has said.…
  • I generally hold it the same way I hold my ball top. Between my middle and ring finger. It isn't really comfortable but I use my middle and ring finger for a lot of faster moves and I hook the top of the bat like I hook the ball. Then use the tip of…
  • Isn't there a tutorial mode. Just start there. Do what it tells you. Then do it in the lab a few times to practice it. Learn some BNB's for Akuma if you want to play him and then just play. When you see what you are having the most trouble with y…
    in Where to begin? Comment by TKR August 31
  • If you are asking what to press after you have blocked the string from your opponent, your best best is your jab, its generally the fastest. But you will need to know if you are safe or not, because if you try jab when you don't have frame advant…
  • What I said would work then. Unless you mean in SFV specific the OS delay tech. Where they block and if you attempt a throw it techs the throw. There isn't anything directly that you can do. But keep in mind if they are doing this you have the upper…
  • It could be the mattress. But if you sit with your legs hanging off the bed and the stick on your knees you should be fine. I just mentioned being rough because you said it moves around. And that you liked it in the arcades because of how strong the…
  • Just keep practicing man. There is the buffering you have to know to be efficient. But if what you are doing can't be buffered into, you need to be able to hit multiple buttons at once. Pressing two buttons in Tekken is no harder than pressing two b…
  • Number 3 is good advice. You won't ever be in control 100%. If the game allowed that it wouldn't be fun. Not being familiar with match up knowledge is rough. But you can do one thing I do that helps. I know my character. And I know how he plays agai…
  • Do you mean delayed wake up? Delayed grab teching? Something else. Delayed wake up is easy enough to deal with. They can't get up with any attack so you are at advantage. You can delay your meaty if you meaty, or set up a cross up/jump in that th…
  • It sounds like you are just being way to rough. The box shouldn't move around much, if at all. I always play on my lap. I used to use one of those dinner trays, had the legs cut down so it was a nice height when I sat in my gaming chair. But then…
  • I second Guilty Gear. Absolutely fantastic game. I haven't had a chance to really get into the last Blaz that was released. Tekken 7 is a must play. And Persona was good when I played on the 360. The one thing you need to keep in mind is the gam…
  • 2D is a lot cheaper than 3D and a fraction of the time. I used to make 2D sprites for games in high school for a guy who used to pay me what work out to $50 a character. My sister could draw so she would draw the characters in different poses. And I…
  • Isai has an emotional handicap. He is shy to the point that it hinders him in everything he does not just gaming. If you can go hang out with a group of friends and have a good time, then Isai you are definitely not. There is a lot more to him and h…
  • The problem you are having isn't really a problem. Its just early stages of competitive play. You will get it over time. Practice is literally all you need. If you find it hard to think on the fly then have a game plan. Come up with a few, write …
  • Record Ryu doing a low kicking poke. and practice punishing it on whiff. It is a typical action players will perform when feeling you out or trying to get you to do something. And you can try all your buttons and see which you like to use. In …
  • Thanks. I will keep that in mind and check that channel out right now.
    in Starting KI Comment by TKR August 8
  • I haven't played in a while. There have been a bunch of events I have been going to, so each week seems to have been dedicated to the event following it. I hope to get back into KI in a few months. I will be picking up the full pack when I find one …
    in Starting KI Comment by TKR August 7
  • ArtVandelay wrote: » Like I said, just don't expect the stick making your execution magically better. It won't! It's just important that you keep on practicing. Slowing down when you get sloppy and keep doing it until you can speed it up. …