Hello SRK, I need help with Super Cancelling.
I understand the concept (or at least I think I do). Just do the motion for a super during the motion of another move. But despite my incredibly deft mashing attempts I have never truly pulled off a calculated super cancel in either Third Strike or SSF4.
With Third Strike, I kind of skipped around super cancelling by only doing it when I did cr.MK xx fireball into shinku hadou (easiest super cancel of them all). But when I see Ken players do crouching short, crouching short xx shippuu jinraikyaku I am absolutely marveled, especially since the hit confirm seems to be so fast. I have no idea how they complete two quarter circles in such a short span, so I guess that’s my first question.
In SSF4 I discovered a nifty shortcut for, say, cancelling into Ryu’s super, which looks like:
apparently in SF4/SSF4 you don’t have to complete the first quarter circle, as long as you go D, DF, D, DF, F you can get a super. Doesn’t work in Third Strike though, as far as I can tell.
But then how do you go about cancelling, say, Abel’s Super from his standing medium punch? Obviously you can’t do :qcf::mp::qcf::mp: because you’ll get a change of direction xx super, which is fine, but if you want to cancel from something faster I really don’t see a feasible way of doing it. Or maybe cancelling into Fei Long’s Super from one of his standing normals without getting a Rekka? Is it even possible?
Thanks for the help.