Monday, December 11, 2006

Crazy Street fighter competition move

Okay if you've ever played street fighter, you might enjoy this! In this clip, which is apparently from a live tournament, the player behind Ken blocks Chun Li's kicks individualy and with PERFECT timing!! (Its nearly impossible during a combo)

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6 Comments:

At Dec 12, 2006, 1:14:00 AM, Anonymous Kamisori said...

So sorry... no blocks were made by Ken... Ken was parrying Chun-Li's kicks... simple enough... and he was already prepared which is why you see Ken moving foward and back before Chun-Li started the super.
Tap foward every beat on a 4:4 count, rest and start again.

Nice show though...

 
At Dec 12, 2006, 10:00:00 AM, Blogger Pocky said...

awww it looked col though! Cause usually Chun-Li's kicks are super super fast during a combo, and for once you get to see them slowed down!

 
At Dec 12, 2006, 11:53:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

parrying is a form of blocking...don't over analyze.

 
At Dec 12, 2006, 7:05:00 PM, Anonymous Kamisori said...

Blocking a moves takes a little bit of energy. Parrying on the other hand doesn't take any energy and creates an even creates an openning for a follow up attack because you are already moving in the forward position.

It's the difference between slapping a punch away and rolling with it.

I'm not over analyzing anything... this is basic knowledge in Japan, and quite old in fact... which is one of the reasons that 2-D fighters in the arcades of Japan are no longer the hits they once were.

 
At Dec 13, 2006, 6:35:00 PM, Anonymous Celley said...

Let's face it, he still owned the dude hard.

 
At Dec 14, 2006, 12:44:00 AM, Anonymous Kamisori said...

For the duration of the game until you lose... I guess you DO own the character you pick... Celley has a way of over stating the obvious.

 

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