Lately I have been wondering why my combos/chains just aren’t coming out when I want them to because I’ve been using training mode as suggested but something ain’t right. In training mode you can practice to your hearts content but it just doesn’t seem like the practice I’m doing is being reflected when I’m versing a human.
When I started playing xbox live ( or taking the odd trip to the arcades) I stopped using arcade or challenge mode but now I’m thinking that even though the AI just gets ends up becoming way to predictable it might be still a valid opponent to verse in terms of training because you’re versing an opponent in match settings so you’re playing against them in the same context as you would a human. To be more specific, I’m talking about practicing moves/combos against the CPU to increase the chance of pulling of moves successfully while versing a human, not developing strategy. Against a CPU you just can’t throw out chains whenever you want to unlike in training mode, therefore you have a time limit, life bar, ex/super limit, ultra limit and pressure from your opponent.
I can’t remember this being mentioned in the post on the front page of SRK (the huge one about strategy and what not, only that training mode was great for correcting errors. So what are your comments on this form of training? Do you think it could work?