I’m new to these forums, even though I’ve been reading them for a little while now.
I discovered a lot of very useful tricks, but some of them are very hard for me to perform, so I guess I’m looking for some insight.
I discovered for example that DP moves can be performed with :df::df: instead of :dp:
I also discovered that to FAC + ultra, I don’t need to dash and then perform the :qcf::qcf: command, but rather just perform the :qcf::qcf: since it should also make me dash in the process…
So in theory, a combo such as the most infamous Ryu’s DP + Metsu Hadoken should be easy to pull off… (I’m coming to Tatsu + FAC ultra after this)
:df::df: :hp: :mp:+:mk: :qcf::qcf: :3p:
:qcf: :hp: :mp:+:mk: :r::r: :qcf::qcf: :3p:
However, at least in my experience, it is far from being easier. In fact, most of the time I can’t seem to be able to dash out of the FA with :qcf::qcf: , moreover, even if I manage to dash out of it and push the 3 punches, the ultra doesn’t come out.
Now as for Gouken’s Tatsu + FAC ultra, the timing is even tighter.
:bdp::hk: :mp:+:mk: :qcf::qcf: :3p: just doesn’t work for me.
What’s strange is that when I perform :qcf::qcf: :3p: only, it works just fine, but when I do it after a FA, it either:
- doesn’t dash (I need to be faster on :qcf::qcf: in this case)
- dashes but the ultra doesn’t work. Gouken stands there without hitting the guy.
Also, in training mode I enabled the imput display to see what I was doing wrong, but most of the time, I perform the moves the right way and at what seems to be the right speed. It really confuses me.
Could you guys give me some insight on how to do this?