I can parry fireballs ok, but with EX hadoukens for one thing, I have trouble.
I think the problem is that I don’t really understand how the parry system works.
I just tap forward “just before the fireball hits me”.
And that works fine, but with multiple-hits parrying, I don’t know how it works.
Often after parrying the first hit of EX hadouken, I just get hit by the second, I have parried the second a few times.
What I did was, just before the EX hit me, I tapped forward twcie quickly. Sometimes I parry both hits, sometimes just 1 and I get hit by the second.
So when I face multiple-hit attacks like the EX hadouken, Denjin, etc. I just tap forward rapidly, without thinking about the speed or pattern I tap forward.
I see people parrying multiple-hit attacks quite comfortably… like Ken’s Aerial EX Tatsu, Ken’s SA3, Dudley’s SA3, Denjins, etc, even Chun Li’s SA2.
But these attacks all have different speed right? Like Ken’s Air EX Tatsu hits pretty fast, so in theory, I would have to tap forward really fast right?
Dudley’s SA3 and Ken’s SA3 seems to me that it is slower hits, so do I tap forward slower?
Do people actually parry every hit by calculating when they need to tap forward?
But with Chun’s SA2. You would not be able to right…? I mean, the kicks are so rapid.
What I do when I face Denjin is just aim to parry the first hit. But instead of calculating when to parry at all, I just tap forward with no pattern, just as fast as I can. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesnt parry after the first hit.
What is the trick to doing those parries? I mean, the attacks have different speeds. Does everyone just tap forward rapidly for everything? Or does it stuff up if you tap “too quickly”. Any advice would be appreciated.