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Latest Yang SSF4 developer blog post translated

By: Cinderkin Oct 16, 2010 | 5 Comments

The Japanese Super Street Fighter 4 development team posted a blog running down some of the abilities of Yang in the upcoming game, which was recently translated.

This is taken from the Delvelopment teams blog. Translated by Arc-rail over at http://shoryuken.com

About Yang, Blog Post No. 1

Greetings. This is the Developer Blog.

The release date for new costumes on home consoles has been announced. We put our all into making them, so please do enjoy these as well!

This time brings us the younger brother of the twins, Yang. I'd like to talk about his normal moves.

As in Street Fighter 3 Third Strike, his style is similar to Yun's. SSF4 Arcade Edition's tuning continues that approach.

He fights with quick attacks at short to medium range, stopping the enemy from acting with closely spaced strings. He is a character who pressures his opponent with a combination of strikes and grabs.

The potential of his short-range moves is extraordinarily high, so "how to get close to the opponent" should be an important point.

Since his debut, his stamina has been below average, so he cannot afford to take heavy damage. Please be cautious of this.

Normal attacks

Like Yun, Yang has the same lineup of normal moves that he did in SFIII:3S.

From among those, I think I'll bring up a few for representative purposes.

Standing Light Punch has significantly short recovery time, and a long reach compared to most light attacks.

It can be used as a poke, and leads to various combos on hit.

Close Medium Kick: like in SFIII:3S, connecting with this will put the opponent into a juggle state for follow-up damage.

Once again, it can be jump-canceled on hit or block in order to continue your offense.

Crouching Medium Kick is central to his offense, Yang's attack of choice.

Like in SFIII:3S, it is special-cancelable, comboing into Tourou Zan (Fist Slashes) for example. I think you will find quite a lot of chances to make use of this.

From long range, Yang can use Far Hard Punch as a poke. It takes a little while to extend, but you can aim to land some good hits at the fingertip area.

Unique Attacks (Command Normals)

Yang has 2 Unique Attacks: Senpuukyaku (Whirlwind Leg) and Raigekishuu (Thunderbolt Kick).

The position at which the twins can start a Dive Kick is similar to Rufus's dive - it won't come out at extremely low altitudes, but the Light, Medium, and Hard versions will descend at varying angles. You may want to make skilled use of these dives to take the fight to close quarters. Senpuukyaku (Whirlwind Leg) is an off-the-ground overhead move. You can use it to evade a low attack while scoring a hit.

Target Combos

There are 3 target combos for Yang.

TC1 (Towards-jump Medium Kick -> Down-Towards + Medium Kick),
TC2 (Standing Medium Punch -> Standing Hard Punch -> Back + Hard Punch),
TC3 (Standing Light Kick -> Standing Medium Kick -> Standing Hard Kick).

TC1 is a Target Combo from Towards-jump Medium kick.

If you use the two strikes skillfully to land a hit on an opponent below you, you'll earn some considerable frame advantage.

TC2 is common to both brothers.

The final hit, activated with Back + Hard Punch, is super-cancelable.

TC3 starts with a Light Kick, so since it comes out fast, there are many opportunities to use this Target Combo.

If all the hits are blocked, Hard Kick will push the opponent back a good distance, so it can be difficult for them to land a counterattack.

TC3 once more includes Standing Medium Kick, but in this game it can be jump canceled. Please look for the possibilities that come from this.

That's as far as I go this time.

Next time I'd like to focus on special moves.

Well, see you next week!

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GiPie's El Fuerte against Daigo and GamerBee

By: Cinderkin Oct 13, 2010 | 5 Comments

Here are some exciting matches between Gipie's El Fuerte, Daigo's Ryu, and Gamerbee's Adon.

Gipie's plays a very agressive El Fuerte and it shows in these matches. Check them out below.


 

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Capcom has lost their minds!

Capcom posted the release dates, prices and a few screens for the new Super Street Fighter 4 costume packs.

Unless otherwise noted, each costume pack will cost 320 Microsoft points or $4 USD each.

• Hakan, Makoto, Guy, Dudley, Dee Jay — Oct. 26, 2010

• Ryu, Ken, Akuma, Gouken, Dan — Nov. 2, 2010

• Chun-Li, C. Viper, Sakura, Rose, Cammy — Nov. 16, 2010

• Juri, Ibuki, Cody, Adon, T. Hawk — Dec. 21, 2010

• Zangief, E. Honda, Rufus, Abel, El Fuerte — Janurary. 18, 2011

• Balrog, Vega, Sagat, M. Bison, Seth — Feb. 15, 2011

• Guile, Blanka, Dhalsim, Fei Long, Gen — March 15, 2011

• All 35 new costumes — April 26, 2011, 1,440 Microsoft points, or $18.00 USD

 

April of 2011 for the full set are they serious????

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Ever wondered why Makoto's Ultra 1 seems to be over powered? Or how much damage Akuma's Raging Demon actually does. Well Eventhubs.com has put together a pretty awesome list. Check it out!

Below you'll find a table listing how much damage each of the character's Ultra and Super moves do in Super Street Fighter 4. The first number under the Ultra categories is how much damage the move does when your meter is 50% full.

The average values listed are calculated off the max amount of damage the character's Ultras and Super does.

This is strictly a damage comparison and doesn't reflect how easy or difficult it is to land these moves, which is obviously a heavy consideration when considering the viability of these attacks.

It's also worth noting that one very weak Ultra can throw a character's average ranking off considerably.

 

# Character Ultra 1 Damage Ultra 2 Damage Super Damage Average Damage Total

1 Makoto (Super) 411 - 603 334 - 489 n/a 546

2 Hakan (Oil) 359 - 530 308 - 450 450 476.6

3 Zangief 351 - 520 304 - 450 450 473.3

4 T. Hawk 345 - 510 307 - 450 430 463.3

5 Blanka 337 - 495 Anti Air: 342 - 500 Ground: 288 - 420 400 453.75

6 E. Honda 348 - 510 305 - 450 400 453.3

7 Ken 348 - 500 328 - 476 370 448.6

8 Gouken 343 - 503 338 - 495 345 447.6

9 Akuma 368 - 510 271 - 500 330 446.6

10 Fei Long 344 - 495 327 - 470 370 445

11 Vega 326 - 480 306 - 450 400 443.3

12 Cody 322 - 468 349 - 506 350 441.3

12 Dee Jay 323 - 473 365 - 501 350 441.3

14 Abel 343 - 500 328 - 480 335 438.3

15 Guy 316 - 460 353 - 500 350 436.6

16 Makoto 329 - 480 268 - 390 - 435

17 Cammy 331 - 480 322 - 470 350 433.3

17 El Fuerte 318 - 470 352 - 500 330 433.3

17 Ibuki 342 - 501 334 - 469 330 433.3

20 Adon 349 - 510 296 - 430 355 431.6

21 Dudley 346 - 500 302 - 440 350 430

21 Guile 352 - 510 288 - 420 360 430

23 Hakan 326 - 480 276 - 401 400 427

24 Juri - 335 - 480 370 425

25 M. Bison 336 - 492 287 - 420 340 417.3

26 Rufus 315 - 460 316 - 450 330 413

27 Sagat 344 - 500 264 - 384 350 411.3

28 Dan 319 - 465 251 - 368 350 394.3

29 Ryu 254 - 369 343 - 503 300 390.6

30 C. Viper 325 - 480 276 - 380 300 386.6

31 Gen Mantis 284 - 405 300 - 443 300 382.6

32 Gen Crane 270 - 398 298 - 428 320 382

33 Balrog 336 - 491 205 - 300 345 378.6

34 Chun-Li 325 - 460 240 - 330 340 376.6

34 Sakura 309 - 451 224 - 329 350 376.6

36 Dhalsim 205 - 300 305 - 450 350 366.6

37 Seth 240 - 340 262 - 372 350 354

38 Rose 342 - 498 164 - 240 300 346

 

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

 

Source: http://www.Eventhubs.com

The grand finals of the Battle for the West Coast Crown have been posted on YouTube. Only 8 players were invited to this tournament.

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Are epic comeback factors in fighting games a good thing?

By: iorilamia May 24, 2011 | 11 Comments

Some of the top fighting games have gone into a trend of having crazy comeback mechanics. This goes beyond your regular super move. Ultras, Red-Mode,Critical Counter and the controversial X-Factor have been relatively new. Are they good to have?

Fighting games takes lots of skill, dexterity and focus. Always generating lots of hype, fighting games are one of the most competitive genre of gaming. But what creates even more excitement are comebacks. Being almost dead and doing a epic combo or seemingly reading what your opponent will do and block/ counterattack to victory displays lots of skill or possibly luck. Comeback mechanics have been in fighting games forever but in the recent years with SF4, MvC3, Tekken 6 and KOF12 we have been exposed to some very interesting comeback factors that do require skill (some more than others) and have changed the outcome on many tournaments and casual play unexpectedly. Some of these mechanics seem reasonable, but a few may need to be altered a little. Here is what I think of them:

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Ono Teasing Yun in Super Street Fighter 4

By: Cinderkin Sep 6, 2010 | 14 Comments

Yoshinori Ono posted an image for the upcoming Super Street Fighter 4 arcade location test that's scheduled to happen in Japan at the end of this week.

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

It shows a small part of Yun's body, including his blue hat with the yellow bill, which are barely visible near the top of the monitor. If you have any trouble making this out, Sairus created an overlay photo, on the right.

Here is an overlay of what Yun would look like without being blocked.

 

Yoshinori has also answered more fan questions, here's the interesting stuff.

 

It would be great to be able to spar in training mode with a friend online.

Ono: We received [your] opinion. Let me think about it. Thanks!

Any chances for Poison and Q in Super Street Fighter 4?

Ono: I can't comment on that.

If Poison is added to SSF4, I will buy 10 more copies.

Ono: Wow!!

Everyone I've talked too is unbelievable stoked about Poison!!! Your the man Ono!

Ono: Hehehe....

The new alternate costume for Ken should be a tuxedo with long hair like he had in Street Fighter Alpha.

Ono: Oh! Alpha's style... Umm, good. ;)

Thanks for keeping SSF4 alive with new content! :D I hope R. Mika makes it in :)

Ono: I want R. Mika back!!

Is there chance for Evil Ryu in SSF4 arcade edition?

Ono: Do you need him?

I can't wait for Street Fighter 5. Maybe you'll put Poison in that one...

Ono: Ummm, SF 5... It's a long way off. ;)

 

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Daigo (Ken) vs. GamerBee (Adon) SSF4 matches

By: Cinderkin Sep 28, 2010 | 7 Comments

Here are a couple of vids highlighting some of the top battles between these two.

Kenzo uploaded some videos to his YouTube channel showing some online fights between Daigo Umehara (Ken) and GamerBee (Adon).

 

 

 

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SSF4 juggle mechanics guide by Pokey86

By: Cinderkin Sep 5, 2010 | 3 Comments

Pokey86 created a video showing the properties of the juggle system in Super Street Fighter 4.

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

The video is fairly technical, and it's the kind of thing you might have to watch 2, 3 or 10 times to fully grasp it. But if the inner workings of the game are something that interests you, proceed.

 

Did you learn anything from this? Has it upped your game? Tell us in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!

BiffOTasty posted a video showing Desk going through all of Ryu's most challenging trials with one hand.

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

Here's what he had to say about it.

"I had the idea, spent about an hour going through the trials to see if it was doable. Then recorded this the next day in about half an hour (including the time spent starting and stopping my [crappy] camera). 21 and 24 were the hardest, almost made me reconsider trying to do it, but then I realized that I was hardcore."

Can you do this? Tell us in the Comments.

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SSF4 Only A Comeback Away Jimmy!

By: Cinderkin Nov 21, 2010 | 5 Comments

LiangHuBBB has created another Comeback video. If you enjoyed the first one, this one is worth watching. Check it out!

Everyday is hard for a Jimmy. It's even harder when he gets his ass kicked in Super Street Fighter 4 after he was winning the round. LiangHuBBB has uploaded another Comeback Video to his Youtube Channel. I love Street Fighter and I love Super Street Fighter 4 even more. If your a fan of SF then check out this video.

Guile's Theme Goes With Everything!

 

 


Have you ever experienced a comeback or been hit with a comeback?

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SSF4 Stun Combo Exhibition

By: Cinderkin Oct 11, 2010 | 2 Comments

SCHeartless uploaded this SSF4 Seth Stun Combo Video to his youtube channel. Check it out.

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