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Posted 9:02pm on Sun 10 May 2009
GeNeCyDe1993
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recently brought it based on hype and reveiws ( not the right motives i know) but i sort of ...suck at it. i know its not the usual thread to post but has anyone got any tips?

cheers in advance
Posted 9:24pm on Sun 10 May 2009
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recently brought it based on hype and reveiws ( not the right motives i know) but i sort of ...suck at it. i know its not the usual thread to post but has anyone got any tips?

cheers in advance

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Well, I'll assume you are looking to improve against other people rather than the AI.

1.) Pick the character you like the best. Forget tiers, take who you find easiest to use. Use ONLY that character from now on!
2.) Play to the strengths of that character. Zangief needs to get in close, El Fuerte needs to be running constantly, Akuma can't take too many hits, etc.
3.) There is no such thing as 'cheap', if something works you should use it. Play to WIN!
Posted 9:30pm on Sun 10 May 2009
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recently brought it based on hype and reveiws ( not the right motives i know) but i sort of ...suck at it. i know its not the usual thread to post but has anyone got any tips?

cheers in advance

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welll (quite embaressingly) im still losing to AI, but does 3.) include button mashing Grin ?
Posted 9:44pm on Sun 10 May 2009
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welll (quite embaressingly) im still losing to AI, but does 3.) include button mashing Grin ?

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Mashing is pointless. It might let you steal the occasional win from someone with no clue, but surely it is better to know what you want to do and do that? However, all that being said, if it works against someone then use it, use it, USE IT.
Posted 9:49pm on Sun 10 May 2009
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recently brought it based on hype and reveiws ( not the right motives i know) but i sort of ...suck at it. i know its not the usual thread to post but has anyone got any tips?

cheers in advance

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do you play Cheeky? and are you good? , good point and i dont mash i try to play properly with combos , but the game itself dosnt offer much for noobies who never played it before ie. in tutorials
Posted 11:47pm on Sun 10 May 2009
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recently brought it based on hype and reveiws ( not the right motives i know) but i sort of ...suck at it. i know its not the usual thread to post but has anyone got any tips?

cheers in advance

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Yes cheapness exists, keep close to akuma, dont allow him to keep abusing his fireballs in the air.
Posted 8:19am on Mon 11 May 2009
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Mashing is pointless. It might let you steal the occasional win from someone with no clue, but surely it is better to know what you want to do and do that? However, all that being said, if it works against someone then use it, use it, USE IT.

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Agreed Cheekylee, you need strategy to play properly.
Posted 8:45am on Mon 11 May 2009
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recently brought it based on hype and reveiws ( not the right motives i know) but i sort of ...suck at it. i know its not the usual thread to post but has anyone got any tips?

cheers in advance

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I have played Street Fighter since the original game with the huge rubber pads! I used to think I was good until I went online. I rarely lose in person, but am hovering around the 25% mark online. However, some of this may be because I was more or less exclusively using Dan, and have only fought with my preferred Ryu twice.
Posted 3:48pm on Mon 11 May 2009
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recently brought it based on hype and reveiws ( not the right motives i know) but i sort of ...suck at it. i know its not the usual thread to post but has anyone got any tips?

cheers in advance

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i suppose a 5 hour gaming session with one character against the dummy in practise mode could always help Wink
Posted 7:19pm on Mon 11 May 2009
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recently brought it based on hype and reveiws ( not the right motives i know) but i sort of ...suck at it. i know its not the usual thread to post but has anyone got any tips?

cheers in advance

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Some important info :

When playing flowchart Ken, the key is blocking the Fierce Dragon Punch. Punish them on the way back down.

When playing Akuma, bear in mind that as soon as Ultra meter is full your average scrub is going to attempt to Sengoku-Satsu you then and there. Just jump for maximum lulz.

When playing Dan, you are free to do anything. Well, with one exception. You never, ever, EVER, under ANY circumstances at all, seriously none whatsoever, even if your dying mother asks you to, interrupt the Legendary Taunt!
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