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Ever had trouble doing a standing 720 ultra move? Do you even know what it is? Well Desk has a very good tutorial showing off how its done. Check it out!

Here is the description:

This is a new technique and entirely different from the method used by Vangief and other Zangief players. The existing method requires the player to hide or 'buffer' half of the motion in a normal or jump. This does not.

Its practicality is exactly parallel to how hardcore a player you are. So, if you're not hardcore, then it won't be practical.

Although technically, you only need 4 inputs after initiating your jump animation(up, right, down and left). You will most likely be going past diagonals. This will mean you have 7 frames to hit 7 inputs.

 

Tell us what you think in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!

Source: Desk's Youtube Channel

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Are Yun & Yang Coming To SSF4?

By: Cinderkin Aug 27, 2010 | 13 Comments

Is this image real or fake?

Just found this photo over at http://shoryuken.com Showing a small picture of the SSF4 character select screen, with a picture above it with a Skateboard and Roller Blades.

For those of you that know Street Fighter, will know that Yun rides a skateboard and Yang uses roller blades.


Look below for the photo and also a photo of Yun and Yang sporting these accessories.

 

Real or Fake? Will we see these two coming to SSF4? Tell us what you think in the comments.

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8 More SSF4 Alternate Costumes!

By: Cinderkin Sep 17, 2010 | 4 Comments

Dudley, Adon, Cody, Guy, Dee Jay, T. Hawk, Blanka and Dan. The only one left is Seth.

 

Tell us what you think in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!

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Super Street Fighter 4 Ultra Classic pack is out today

By: Phresh Jan 25, 2011 | 12 Comments

The last of the ultra costume packs is out today. Make sure you finish off your collection.

The costumes cost 320 microsoft points on xboxlive and $4 on the PSN.

The pack includes Blanka, Guile, Fei Long, Gen, and Dhalsim.

The video below has last week's costumes as well, so the new ones start at about 0:32.

 

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Ultra Femme Fatales Pack Out Now!

By: Cinderkin Nov 16, 2010 | 7 Comments

The Super Street Fighter 4 Ultra Femme Fatales Pack is now Available on PSN and Xbox Live. Go download em and get to winning in style! (unless Cammy is your character). Pics and pricing below.

The Ultra Femme Fatales Pack is avaiable now, and will cost $3.99 or 320 MSP. Below are a few screenshots showing off the costumes in game.

 

Chun-Li

 

Rose

 

Sakura

 

C. Viper

 

Cammy (Sorry)

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Are you going to buy these? Tell us what you think in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!

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Ultras for Yun & Yang in SSF4 Arcade

By: Cinderkin Sep 21, 2010 | 6 Comments

Nice video showing of new characters ultras!

Found this over at http://www.eventhubs.com/

 

 

 

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Super Street Fighter IV Preview

By: Crimson Relic Apr 9, 2010 | 9 Comments

Once again the Tournament of World Warriors is upon us. So what's in store? Check out this preview for all the info on Capcom's next entry in the Street Fighter series.

  With the release of Super Street Fighter IV only a little over two weeks away, the hype is building! Gamers all over the world are anticipating the release of this title, eager to get a hold of the new characters and let everyone feel their heavy hand. With all of the additional content this version has to offer over Street Fighter IV, the price of $40 brand new is a steal. So just what is the extra content we're getting? Let's see.


The Characters:

     In addition to the original 25 characters from SFIV, there are now 10 more warriors to battle with. Three of them are taken from SF3: Third Strike-Makoto, Dudley and Ibuki. Three more are from the Street Fighter Alpha series-Cody, Guy and Adon. On top of that are two brand new characters-A practioner of Tae-Kwon-Do, Juri and a Turkish Oil Wrestler, Hakan. Dee Jay and T. Hawk are returning as well. There have never been so many fighters added at once before, bringing tons of new match-ups. All of the original 25 have also been re-balanced. Changes have been made to properties of moves, frame-data, hitboxes, combo's and in some cases new special moves have even been added. The icing on that cake is that all 35 fighters now have two ultra's to pick from.

Characters and Features Trailer:

Online Modes:

  • Endless Battle Mode: This is basically the 8-player lobbies we are used to. Two players battle it out while the other 6 spectate the match and voice chat is open for all to communicate. The fact that this mode was missing from SFIV left many fans scratching their heads. The days of quiet 1v1 battles are almost over!



  • Team Battle Mode: In this mode you  have teams ranging from 2v2, 3v3, 4v4 or any mix of those, so you can have 2v4 or 4v3 if you wanted. It will continue searching for other players to fill the empty slots for you so you don't have to create room after room, as long as the slots are not set to "private".



  • Replay Channel: Capcom has went above and beyond this time with the replays. You can watch and save other player's battles, as well as your own. The only requirement to upload your replays is that you have won 3 battles in a row. There are filters in place that will make searching for the type of replay you're looking for easier. They are "Alpha", "Turbo and III", "Bosses" and "Newcomers". When watching a replay, you can choose to see input data from the controllers or joysticks, along with damage/stun/combo data. You can also choose to watch in slow motion or utilize the new ability to watch the match frame-by-frame! In any online mode if you are watching a match, with the touch of a button you can record and save that match to your hard drive! Thought that the match wasn't that good, but then something cool happened? No worries. Just press the record button and you'll get the match in its entirety! You can also gather up to 7 people with you in a lobby to watch one of the replays you have and anyone can save it.




Stages:

     SSFIV has 5 new stages to offer:

African Savannah Stage:



Construction Site:



Street Marketplace:



India Stage:



Seth's Stage:



     Many fans(including myself) do not think this is enough stages. Seth Killian has confirmed that they have heard our cries and know that we want more, though there is no word whether we will be able to get some as DLC or not. The stages that we have gotten are nice looking though and are a welcome addition.

Other Extra's:

  • Bonus Rounds: Remember smashing the car and breaking the barrels in the original SF2? Well these bonus stages are back in the Arcade Mode for your destructive pleasure.


  • Intros and Endings: Since SSFIV is set one year after the original, there are new intro and ending animations for all 35 characters. It was said by Ono in the beginning of SSFIV's development that he had heard the cry of the fans about the quality and length of the cutscenes and promised that the ones in SSFIV would be much better. Unfortuntely they ran out of time and money, resulting in actually worse intros and endings for everyone. Now instead of actually being animated, you watch still screen pictures with voicework over it.
  • New Alternate Outfits: All of the returning fighters will get one new costume, giving them 3 in total. The 10 new warriors will have 2 costumes. Capcom has unfortunately decided of going down the path of having you pay for these new costumes as DLC unlocked from the disc despite major complaints from the community when they did this in SFIV. You can either buy packs of costumes individually over time or wait until they all come out and then by the all-in-one pack.
  • Colors: So in SFIV you had 10 colors you could unlock for your clothes. This time there are rumored to be 12 colors. The 11th(Inky look) and 12th(Hand-drawn look) colors have been confirmed as becoming available if you have a SFIV save file on your hard drive.

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     So now that you know what's up, what are you waiting for?! Pre-order Super Street Fighter IV today, or win it for free right here on Gouki.com! Hurry, Dojo Edition pre-orders for the PS3 & 360 versions are already sold-out!

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     For any fan of Street Fighter, this game is a no-brainer. If you haven't picked up SFIV yet, then this is your perfect chance to get in on all the action. Practice up!

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SSF4 AE: Evil Ryu Developer Blog

By: Cinderkin Mar 29, 2011 | 6 Comments

Eventhubs posted a translated version of the SSF4 AE developer blog concerning Evil Ryu and how his play style is. Check it out!

Character Summary

• Evil Ryu is a character with strong close and mid-range offense, but weak defense. He can take out opponents, or be taken out in one stroke.
• Same health and stun as Akuma (850 health/850 stun).
• His jump is the same as Ryu's, but his movement and dash are different.

Normal Attacks

• His composition of normals consists of a Ryu base, with some of Akuma's as well as some all new normals.
• He has Akuma's Jumping Hard Kick, Standing Hard Punch, Crouching Hard Punch and Crouching Hard Kick.
• New normals: Close Hard Punch, Standing Medium Kick and Crouching Medium Kick.
• The frame data on the moves are adjusted, so though they have similar motions, they might have different frames.
• Same cancels and Super cancels as Ryu.
• Crouching Medium Kick is based on Ryu's version in 3rd Strike.
• 7 frame start up, so it doesn't Link with any of his normals, but since it has better reach than Ryu's, it works well as a low poke.


Crouching Medium Kick's hit box

Unique Attacks and Target Combos

• His unique attacks are Zugai Hasatsu (Akuma's overhead), Senbukyaku, and Tenmakujinkyaku (Akuma's dive kick).
• Senbukyaku is the same move from the Alpha series.
• It allows Evil Ryu to attack while avoiding low kicks, but can be blocked low and puts him at a frame disadvantage.
• Without hitting your opponent, it's effective at moving Evil Ryu into throw range.
• Target combo is Close Medium Punch, Close Hard Punch.
• Its damage isn't particularly high, so you might not find many places to use it, but since it's a simple motion and you can delay the attack, it's difficult to punish.


Senbukyaku's hit box

Special Moves

• His specials are Fireball, Red Fireball, Shoryuken, Hurricane Kick, Air Hurricane Kick, Teleport, and Ryusokyaku (Dragon Claw/Wheel Kick).
• Of those, Ryusokyaku is a completely new attack.
• In the early creation stage, some were of the opinion of giving Evil Ryu the Jodan Sokuto Geri (aka the Mule Kick from 3rd Strike), but it was decided to give him a new move more befitting of his image.
• Used alone, the attack is slow to come out, but you can can cancel into from Light, Medium, and Hard attacks, it's a strong but flashy move.
• If you have bar, you can perform top-class hard-hitting combos with the move.

Super Move

• His Super move is Shun Goku Satsu (a.k.a. Raging Demon).
• Since you will use Evil Ryu's EX moves often, you might not use his Super much, but when paired together with the Senbukyaku, it's an incredibly powerful technique.

Ultra Moves

• Ultra 1 is Metsu Hadouken, Ultra 2 is Messatsu Goshoryu.
• Ultra 1 is fundamentally the same as Ryu's, but doesn't do much damage.
• However, you can hold the buttons and charge the attack. Fully charged, it does more damage.
• Fully charged and at close range, it does even more damage.
• It might be difficult to create a situation where you can land it, but try it out.

• Ultra 2 is a horizontal Shoryuken, so it might be a bit difficult to use as an anti-air, but you can combo the move from a FADC (Focus Attack Dash Cancel).
• It does high damage, and by itself, with the full cinematic, it does the same damage as Ryu's Metsu Shoryuken (500 damage).

Boss Version of Evil Ryu

• The boss version is very different from the playable version.
• High difficulty, and can unleash some incredible attacks that will make you doubt your eyes.
• If you ever have the chance to fight him, you have the developer's blessing.

 

Tell us what you think in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!

 

Source: Eventhubs.com

A new trailer featuring the new alt. costumes in action.

You've asked for it, Yang footage for the newly released SSFIV Arcade Edition. This time it's Justin Wong (Yang) vs Mike Ross (Blanka) and a few more of Yang in action. Check it out!


 

Tell us what you think in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!

 

Source:http://www.youtube.com/user/PIKACHUAKUMA

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EVO 2010 Nififf [Chun Li] pool play match 4

By: goukijones Jul 11, 2010 | 1 Comments

Nififf [Chun Li] VS Rufus Super Street Fighter IV from EVO 2010

This fight took place right after Nififf had his 3rd match. The quick turn around and the wild style of Rufus I believe caught him off guard. Still and excellent match. Keep Rufus away from me.

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SSF4 Best of Online Ranked Matches

By: Cinderkin Sep 15, 2010 | 6 Comments

0ShinAkuma0 has compiled another set of Super Street Fighter 4 match videos showcasing some solid online matches between Japanese players

Some of the competitors include: Tokido (Akuma), Momochi (Ken) Nemo & Haneyama (Chun-Li), Uryo (Sakura) and a Gouken player by the name of Bullcat who has a number of tricks up his sleeve.

Some of these are runaway victories, but as you get later into the clip you'll see some more back and forth play.

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