how do i deal with or prevent crossup attempts?
i started getting into the habit of blocking high and opposite direction everytime i see a crossup attempt but it doesn’t always seem to work. (ie. if they jump from the right side and their sprite seems to be j.mking on my left side, i high block with stick pushed to the right)
i tend to try to jump and intercept them with a j.lk or an air throw a lot but this seems like a risky strategy.
how do i deal with constant jumping tatsus?
they use this to switch sides on me a lot and the recovery of the tatsu on landing seems so miniscule that they’d beat me jab vs jab.
i seem to be able to land st.hp on them, either hit or blocked, if their tatsu had them land a bit further away.
when their tatsu lands close, i was under the impression i should jab into sho’ou combo them. any tips?
problems landing st.hk. any tips?
with a-sakura, for some reason the st.hk likes to do odd things to me. sometimes it would do the close version and completely whiff, sometimes it would do the long version and completely whiff. it seems so random to me and i try to throw it out every so often but the risk of throwing out a whiffed st.hk seems too great. any tips on how i may more effectively use this kick?
i haven’t been able to figure out how to do this combo where x-sakura does some sort of jab or short and then it links into st.hp xx sho’ou’ken. is there a special timing for it?
sakura crossing up
when are good times for sakura to attempt her own crossups? what are good setups for crossups?
PS. my v-comboing sucks, i’m still new to fighting games
Edit - got rid of wall of text