Hi, I have a question about this. I’ve heard for a long time that if, when you train (not in training mode, I mean when you train seriously, with another friend who is at least equally skilled to you), you play at a higher speed than the default speed used, when you start playing back at normal speed, you’ll feel like you have better reflexes… somehow akin to playing in “bullet time” mode. Can anyone here confirm or deny this? If it works, then it would be really useful for me, because, for example, I use Geese as my anchor (not that the order matters that much in K-Groove), and I can pull Raging Storms effectively (9.5/10) with the “true” command (not the “suggested shorcuts”, as they actually take longer to do than the real command), so it comes out fairly quicky, and no one expects it to work, but my reflexes are still too slow, though I’ve been playing for quite some time now, and I have great trouble pulling Storms right when my opponent jumps when they are quick jumpers (like Vega), and jumpers of low height (but not being low jumps), like Yamazaki (which is one of my hardest matchups IMO).
Well, thanks in advance! Your answers will be of great help to me :D.