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This is a really good episode. Really nice job, Scott.
The info isn'tthathard to find. If you Google "Street Fighter 4 tips" the first result isthisguide, which is fairly comprehensive and pretty friendly to newcomers.
It's out there if you look for it, but it's INCREDIBLY unintuitive, and it's not spelled out anywhere in the game itself, so I can understand why it's a mystery to a lot of people. Fighting games do require a particular dedication to seeking out their arcane secrets.
but I think he oversold how hard it is to find these guides. :P
Oh, certainly; Scott's point is great, but I think he oversold how hard it is to find these guides. :P
For instance, the holding a button down for move chains and specials is seen in GH/RB. It's not SO epic; you're making me feel like a douche for how I learned.
He may well have convinced me to enter this world. Fuck!We'll see. If I buy the stick, there's no turning back. One cannot turn away from gnosis.
For people buying sticks, I bought the fancy Tournament one for $100 on Amazon. Such a steal.
Rym; That's another thing. It doesn't make the game, it makes the genre. From SF, the KOF, To BB, to GG, to even 3d fighters. There are details and specialities hidden in several kinds of games. It is sounding like you almost have a sense like you deserve to know everything from the start. I can't agree with that. Yes it would help the base level of skill for gamers rise, but how many people would be motivated to go through that much research for a game? Only those that are into it. Maybe I'm sounding elitist, but by having it not written out in a sense you are fostering the community to have to learn with each other. I dunno, I'm rambling now and have lost my point. Chase the answer to prove you want it or something.
Wouldn't a normal non-Street Fighter brand work just fine?
Roboto; Or throw a heavy attack that whiffs and rotate before the animation is complete.
I researched it a lot. The tournament one is made with actualSanwa Denshiarcade parts. It will last you forever. The original price was $150, so $100 is a steal. The standard one is made with cheapo parts, and is prone to breakage.
You quoted only the part that you don't reply to. I saw the prices on the Tournament one, I commented on it still being 100 bucks. Thanks for the information, but still, wouldn't just getting a Sanwa Denshi stick without the Street Fighter branding will likely be a bunch cheaper. Or that market is just a total rip off, regardless of 'lasts forever'.
This is a really good episode. Really nice job, Scott.He may well have convinced me to enter this world. Fuck!We'll see. If I buy the stick, there's no turning back. One cannot turn away from gnosis.
Scott, the manual talks about both the focus attack and the armor, as well as super canceling. At least in the 360 manual. But the thing you didn't mention about the armor/focus attack is that it only works for the first attack. If you are hit more then once in a focus you take the damage absorbed in the first hit, as well as the damage of the second hit.
Scott, the manual talks about both the focus attack and the armor, as well as super canceling. At least in the 360 manual. But the thing you didn't mention about the armor/focus attack is that it only works for the first attack. If you are hit more then once in a focus you take the damage absorbed in the first hit, as well as the damage of the second hit.That's pretty good. I admit I have never seen this manual because I bought the game on Steam. Also, I wrongly assumed the new manual would be similar to manuals I usually get with games nowadays, sparse as all hell.Also, even though the manual might say these things, I highly doubt it describes them in enough detail for an absolute newb to learn them.Humor me and find the instructions in the manual on how to do a hadouken. D, DF, F, P is not enough! Shoryuken is even worse. No newb is going to understand the 'Z' motion. When I was a kid playing SF2CE on Genesis, I knew that a Shoryuken was F, D, DF, P. Still, I was never able to do them with any reliability, even in the arcade. It was basically random. I blame the inadequate instructions because thanks to Youtube and such I was finally able to get it down. Because it only required instruction, and not practice, it's not a skill, it's knowledge.