First of all, thanks for making the effort to compile a list of matchups and offering a nice layout for it too.
Looking at the list right now, it’s incredible how little a difference there is between Alex( 14) and Chun-Li (1)
Anyway, just some opnions:
I think Chun-Li has a hard time against Necro because Necro can
keep her out with his c.forward from outside Chun’s Super Range,
not because of the 100% combo. I don’t play Chun though…
Now for Remy, who is my character, I happen to disagree with the Makoto matchup rating. When I first played that matchup against a really good Makoto (@BillyKane: It’s Morning Call, just if you’re wondering :P) it seemed really hard, but actually Remy can keep her out if he just makes NO mistakes.
Makoto’s jump is quite slow, and Remy has got an armada of Anti-Airs, so she really can only approach on the ground.
Remy’s c.forward will help greatly there, as she can’t do anything against it with SAII, unless she parries. I think that’s actually one of the reasons for why Top Makotos often choose SAI against Remy. First, so they can punish a parried c.forward with Hayate, SAI link, and second, because it gives her a Reversal move. Without that, Remy can set her up with LoVs like crazy. I’d say the match is 5-5 or slight advantage for Remy.
vs Twelve, I would say that the match is 6-4 in Twelve’s favour.
If Twelve uses X.F.L.A.T. , then as soon as he gets meter, whenever Twelve airdashes it’s really risky to attempt to throw any LoV. He can RRF him still though. Twelve can walk under High LoVs too, and punish them with the EX N.D.L. if he anticipates.
He can run away from Remy quite effectively, but if he gets catched, he hasn’t got a “get off me” move.
vs Ken is 5-5. Remy is about 15 x harder to play then Ken, that’s the main reason why many people think that this is in Ken’s favour. just from personal experience it doesn’t seem like Ken has got any advantage in this match.
vs Urien is 6-4 The only that keeps this from being a hard counter match is Urien’s damage advantage. From most ranges, he can’t crouch Remy’s High LoVs. Remy can escape Midscreen Unblockables with a Reversal EX RRF. He hasn’t got a Reversal-Type Super, so Remy can poke with the c.forward more often then usual. Urien’s jump is rather high, so far s.strong is an absolutely safe Anti-Air. Even when parried, you can follow it up with another one. It just takes quite an amount of work for Urien to get in at all.
Some random matchups
I think Urien vs Alex is way harder then 4-6.
Dudley vs Chun is more 3-7
Akuma vs Makoto 5-5 .
Yang vs Urien 7-3.