A tutorial said to stick with a character, so I stuck with Juri the longest.
Hm I feel juri is hard for beginners because she's so dependent on spacing and links. Regardless, your first priority when learning characters is to find their anti-airs. Check out this thread.
At your level you should focus on 2 things. Not jumping, and punishing jumps. Learn the spacing for those anti-airs and whenever somebody jumps you punish them. If you jump, you will probably be punished. Eventually you'll know when it's safe or not.
To be honest I'd recommend going back to ryu because he's how you learn the fundamentals. His zoning is extremely rectangular so it's easy to set up a solid defense. He controls the horizontal plane with hadoukens and vertically with his dp or crouching fierce. Your priority with him isn't to get in to do super combos, but basically dance around the opponent long enough for them to start making stupid mistakes.
Edit: I should point out everybody knows the ryu match-up so in a sense using ryu is difficult against experienced players.
Not since George Broussard (co-owner of Apogee/3DRealms) spent millions, nay, billions of dollars on reshaping and rebuilding DNF because he wanted the most perfect game ever.
And we all know how that turned out don't we?
On a completely unrelated note, there's already rumours going around that Interceptor Entertainment is preparing to work on a remake of Blake Stone.
Does anybody have butterlands 2. I just bought it because of the sale on amazon and that krieg trailer.
I have it.
Yeah I have it.
If you guys see me on feel free 2 jump in
Not the PC version :C
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