Backdash Cancel Tutorial


#1

Since most of you are probably using a TE with a Japanese stick or equivalent, this should be helpful for beginners like me :stuck_out_tongue:

By BlackPriest1984 on YouTube
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Some more tips from Aris:
KBD from 1P side by Aris
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KBD from 2P side by Aris
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#2

mind if i toss this in the Tutorial Vid thread?


#3

Do it.


#4

I was determined to use pad for this game, but after a couple days of playing I was quickly reminded why I stopped using pad… my thumb literally cannot take the wear and tear of using the d-pad anymore. It is painful.

Sooooooooooo yup I’ll be learning this over the next few weeks.

EDIT: Then I went back to pad and figured out how to not make my thumb hurt so bad lol.


#5

Refreshed with Aris’ links


#6

Yeah join me and my Guile partner for SFxT we play this alot and been neglicting the other game alot. What little I knew about Guile its like “Derp, I forgot everything. Flash-ah I’m dead”


#7

Any unique tricks to learning BDC other than watch the vid and a lot of practice?

I am starting to get more serious about Tekken and I need to build foundation for this skill asap. As of right now the motion feels very awkward and I get a lot of sidesteps.


#8

What method would you guys say is the best for BDC? I know of 3 different ones. (tap BB then tap d/b) (tap bb then roll the stick from BB to d/b) ( tap bb then roll the stick from back to d/b to neutral to back over and over)


#9

Needed this. Anyone have a way to judge your BDC skill level? Like some record I can set in training mode that gets punished if I BDC poorly but escape if done fast?


#10

Gotdamn, this is hard to do. It’s gonna take me a long time to get this down.


#11

right now im doing the BB,D/B method and my character will usually just gyrate in one spot or do a whole BD with no cancel.


#12

Starting to get the feeling, will only improve with the time.


#13

I’m using pad (hori fight pad) and I am starting to get the feeling for it, but I am still slow as hell and can’t do it consistently.


#14

Set your dummy on auto attack fast interval, and if your doing it well you’ll be able to stay out of range consistently