Simply put, the input windows for specials in TvC are too long. It leads to a lot of really annoying things. Not only are they too long, but there?s other oddities that I?ve noticed as well. I’d like to share some of these so that others can look out for them.
294abc results in his 360 super every time. This means that he simply can?t SJ forward then IAD back. You can SJ back and IAD forward, but you have to make sure that your input is 275abc and not 276abc.
When executing his BnB 2a 5b 2b 5c 2c 6c xx 214c make sure the last set of inputs involving 2 are straight down and that you return to 5 after 6c (don’t do a half roll back). If you?re input is sloppy, you?ll get a shoryuken instead of the desired qcb, which is likely to make you fume and say somthing like “how does qcb result in a dragon upper?”.
If playing with Cashern as a partner, if you use her otg BnB (either from sweeps or from swing), you can call Cashern for extra hits while she’s charging or scrubbing, however, make sure you start recharging your super after you call the assist, because for some odd reason the game drops your charge when calling the assist. Obviously, to restart the charge, just return to neutral and hold back. I don?t know if this applies to any other charge moves, or just this super, but I tested it.
There?re a lot of odd things like this, mostly stemming from long input windows. Feel free to share any more oddities and annoyances stemming from input seeking. If this info is appreciated, I’ll share more annoyances and oddities as I find them.