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T Srai Blanka SSF4 Videos.

By: Cinderkin Oct 5, 2010 | 4 Comments

Bendermac has uploaded some Blanka SSF4 match videos he assembled from Xbox Live featuring T Srai.

The clips below show some outstanding combos and great mix ups from the Brazilian beast. I for one HATE Blanka. He is like my Achilles heel for those that don't know. But T Srai plays a very good offensive Blanka, which is something I myslef respect. I can't stand Blanka Turtles.

 

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

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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!

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Super Street Fighter Arcade Edition Trailer!

By: Cinderkin Sep 18, 2010 | 4 Comments

Check out the brand new trailer! Two new warriors enter the ring!

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 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.

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

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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?

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

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A Look Into The Tournament Scene

By: starlordtitus May 20, 2011 | 9 Comments

Ever wonder why people go to tournaments? To compete, to be the best, the crowd? All of the above. Fact is, the tournament community could be better described as one big trash talking hyped up family. Let's take a look.

Many players that have decided to become serious about their skills head off to their nearest touranment and eventually the bigger tournaments such as EVO and the soon to be CEO. But tournaments are more than just entering and becoming champ, they in themselves have their own atmosphere. One often questions if he's ready for his or her's first tournament. The scene can be pretty intimidating the first time. Seeing other players there to do exactly what you came to do, compete to win and prove you are the best.

Most players end up losing within the first round, or, they end up going pretty far. But either they end up giving up, or the more likely scenario, they end up coming back for more. And eventually one discoveres the absolute joy of the tournament scene. Players become friends, hype is increased all around, and you may even find yourself admiring another players skill or they may admire yours! A player at a tournament will find inside jokes, create his own, befriend a whole group of players and even create his own. Tournaments also come with funny trash talking and the most common, "Being Salty' after losing in the tournament. A term used in reference to pouring salt on a wound which down right stings. The sound of arcade sticks clicking, loud funny remarks from your local token black guy :D. The increase of temperature as more people attend. The  list goes on. And so does the fun.

The tournament scene becomes that much more fun the more a player attends them, as he becomes more relaxed and learns the dos and don'ts. The player learns about the different fighting styles their are, strategies to bette one's game. The term "Leveling Up" is used in this scence as one gains experience. As such, the people of tournaments are usually very nice and funny. Humor is highly recommened to spread around. You could earn a nickname for any little thing. Eventually even earning a true name for yourself as you progress in ability. The greatest moments in a tournament, is during a high stakes match when both players are cutting it close  and one mistake could cost you the entire show. The hype only intensifies as the crowd roars with cheers and applause as well as down right screaming xD Perhaps the most unique thing you can find at a tournament, is the sight of girls! Yes, girls from time to time attend tournaments and even enter them a great amount of time for  those who wanted to stereo type video game tournaments XD

Aside from all of this, is the obvious payout should one win a tourney. Usually being a very good sum of money that most of us have to have a job to acquire :D In addition, respect from the community and eventually invitations to bigger tournaments as you progress. Tournaments have a little something for everyone, usually being held in hot spot locations that even provide food and drink. I highly recommend anyone interested in becoming better and competitive to enter a true sanctioned tournament.

Now, I leave you with a few classic examples of a tournament scene. You be the judge :]

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Palomino Urban Nights #13 Las Vegas, NV 05/28/11

By: Cinderkin May 23, 2011 | 6 Comments

There is a tournament coming up in Las Vegas, called Palomino Urban Nights #13. There will be a few games there including Mortal Kombat, Marvel vs Capcom 3, Super Street Fighter 4, and Arcana Heart 3. A live stream will be offered as well. Check it out.

Team Gouki.com will be attending this weekend, and we are looking forward to competing. We want you guys to keep a look out for us this weekend on the stream. Below you'll find the info on the tournament for those that live in or near the Las Vegas area should come by. Check it out. Don't be a Jimmy!

 

Palomino Urban Nights #13 - Las Vegas, NV - 5/28/11

Date: Saturday May 28, 2011
Time: Starting at 4pm
Location: Gemini Arcade Palace, 4180 South Sandhill Road
Entry Fee: $5 each game
Venue Fee: $3 each person
**Payouts for all games is 70/20/10**

Mortal Kombat 9 Singles
PS3/360 (Whatever is available)
2/3 rounds, 2/3 matches, finals are 3/5
99 second time limit
Double Elimination
**Use of any glitches (Ex: parry glitch) will result in a loss of that round**
**Use of any codes are banned**
**All characters except Kratos are legal**



Marvel vs Capcom 3 Singles
PS3/360 (Whatever is available)
2/3 matches, finals are 3/5
99 second time limit
Double Elimination
DLC characters are legal
**Winner of the previous match must keep same team members, but can switch assists**



Super Street Fighter 4 2v2 Character Lock
PS3/360 (Whatever is available)
Each team member must play (A1 vs B1 = A1, A2 vs B2 = B2, A1 vs B2 = B2, Team B wins)
2/3 rounds
99 second time limit
Double Elimination
**Teams can not have two of the same character**



Arcana Heart 3 Singles
PS3
2/3 rounds, 2/3 matches, finals are 3/5
99 second time limit
Double Elimination



***Event is BYOC (Bring Your Own Controller)***

**Event will be streamed courtesy of Top Tier Gaming!**

 

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Part 2 of the Japanese developer blog for Yun has been translated by Arc Rail.

Greetings. This is the Developer Blog.

Society is all about sports this fall, but we at Development are cursed with physical weakness from working at a desk every day.

We've been fighting muscle pain from moving all that heavy equipment at location test time...

This time I'd like to talk about Yun's special moves.

Special Moves

Yun's special moves are: Zesshou Hohou (Lunge Punch), Tetsuzan Kou (Shoulder Slam), Nishou Kyaku (Dragon Kicks), Kobokushi (Palm), and Zenpo Tenshin (Flip Grab).

The setup is the same from the Street Fighter 3 Third Strike days, although you might say their properties as a whole have received various kinds of tuning for SSF4 Arcade Edition's system, and some new EX moves have been prepared.

The Lunge Punch can be a strong attack in combos, Shoulder Slam is good to use if you want to go through a projectile and juggle off the hit, and his Dragon Kicks will be the standard anti-air for combos and otherwise.

The effects will vary depending on the button pressed; it is possible to make small adjustments suited for different situations.

The Palm attack boasts the highest damage of Yun's special moves, and with that in mind, whether scoring a hit and juggling from there, or hoping for some nice chip damage against a blocking opponent, plan a setup for this move and the effects will be easily visible.

Flip Grab is a command throw that does no damage in itself. It's unblockable and can only be landed from close range, but from there it's possible to incorporate and use all sorts of followup combos.

In addition, since while Genei-Jin (Super) is active it strengthens the properties of special moves, highly-active attack strings can contain multiple opportunities for heavy-damage combos.

Super Combo

Yun's Super Combo is synonymous with Yun himself: Genei-Jin. When activated, the Super Combo gauge becomes a timer. For a set time, his normals, special moves, unique attacks (command normals), and Ultra Combos have altered properties.

Unlike usual, a variety of combo recipes can be created from this, so we would like to see different people plan out their own personal combo strings while aiming for high damage.

For those who mastered the Genei-Jin in Street Fighter 3 Third Strike, I think the SSF4 Arcade Edition version's Genei-Jin will still be relatively easy to get into.

Ultra Combos

Yun's Ultra Combo 1 is Youhou (lift and burn). Ultra Combo 2 is Sourai Rengeki (speared lightning barrage).

Compared to Sourai Rengeki, Youhou's damage is low. The range of the first hit is short, so it is necessary to discern the right conditions to use it, but it can be easily included in a combo, and since it is possible to juggle afterwards, with proper planning it can lead to high damage when the situation arises.

Sourai Rengeki does high damage and the range on the first hit is long, so the invincibility is appropriate for use to punish a projectile, counter a blow, or the like. On the other hand, this move is somewhat difficult to combo into. The attack animations were arranged based on the move's style from Street Fighter 3 Third Strike.

We have reached the end.

Dealing with Genei-Jin, with the afterimages and damage scaling and such, was a constant concern from the beginning of development on SSF4 Arcade Edition, making us wonder, "Can we really implement this!?"

But as a product of the staff's blood, sweat, and tears, everyone, I believe we can happily present you with the results of our efforts.

Against grapple characters he might sometimes encounter a bad match up, but with love and courage, please master him!

 

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

 

Source: http://www.eventhubs.com

One hell of a match here. The finish was unbelievable!

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Concept art for new alt. costumes in SSF4

By: Cinderkin Sep 13, 2010 | 7 Comments

Yoshinori Ono uploaded the concept artwork for Ken, Rufus, El Fuerte, Abel and Hakan's new alternative outfits in Super Street Fighter 4.

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


 

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Ultra Shoryuken costume pack for SSF4 out now!

By: Cinderkin Nov 2, 2010 | 7 Comments

The new Costume pack is available now! This pack is for Ryu, Ken, Akuma, Gouken, and Dan! Check it out!

The costume pack is available for 320 Microsoft Points or $4.00 for the Playstation Network.

 

 

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