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Basic Video Tutorial/Guide for Total Beginners for SSF4

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  • ChaosReaperChaosReaper Joined: Posts: 7Registered
    these are actually pretty good. better than alot of the crap thats out there.
  • ilitiritilitirit Joined: Posts: 3,969Registered
    Came across this Japanese site detailing delayed crouch teching, how to beat it, and advanced option selects post crouch tech for the defender:

    http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=en&rurl=translate.google.com&sl=ja&tl=en&u=http://color-k32.sblo.jp/article/34419943.html&usg=ALkJrhg-Iy33W4ci2fp8W1ZucTkI6yTzGg

    Google Translate usually does a pretty crappy job of translating Japanese but you should be able to figure stuff out from the video examples.
  • fabioisonfirefabioisonfire Joined: Posts: 3Registered
    I'm a newer player and I watched all these videos. Thank you so much for producing them, they've really helped!
  • JackD_auJackD_au Joined: Posts: 8Registered
    Thanks so much for producing these videos guys. So helpful!
  • Phil _SSF4Phil _SSF4 Joined: Posts: 58Registered
    I'm having a really hard time getting buffering to work. With the Haduken into super for RYU it's meant to be D, DF, F HP and D, DF, F HP, right? I 've got it down a couple of times, but then I can't get it again.

    Do you hit the first punch just after the first circle movement, or at the end? It's too fast to watch.
  • Evaded_DeathEvaded_Death Joined: Posts: 76Registered
    Hey I'm trying to learn to plink on pad any tips?
  • Phil _SSF4Phil _SSF4 Joined: Posts: 58Registered
    It seems this thread/forum isn't used. Time to reroll Zangief!
  • grover_bakugrover_baku Joined: Posts: 5Registered
    just signed up to say thanks for these videos tbird, they're incredibly helpful!!
  • Mo0rbidMo0rbid Joined: Posts: 1Registered
    I watched this movie;

    Part 4: Basic Mix-up Ryu 4:33
    And I have a question regarding the blockstring they suggest. The blockstring is J.MK, C.LP, C.LP, C.HP XX Hadouken. Thing is, the C.HP very rarely hits because you get pushed back. Only if you land dead-near your opponent you can follow with the C.HP

    Should I learn another block string that's more reliable? If so, which one?

    edit: this mixup is so fucking bad either way, Jump-in does nothing but getting punished, worst fucking thing you can do. EVERY GOD DAMN TIME It's punished, fuck this "mix up"
  • systransystran Joined: Posts: 208Registered
    lol that's my video. I think it says in the video you can do it without the jump-in. You can only do the jump-in off a knockdown and you have to time the jump-in properly. Against someone with a slow reversal you can do a forward throw, then step back and pause slightly, then jump-in and they can't punish. Off a sweep you can hold up-forward and jump with roundhouse and they can't reversal (shotos and really fast DP's can though, it's character specific whether it works!). You shouldn't be jumping in outside of resets or knockdowns, if you are that's the problem.

    The Cr. HP is so that you can force a stand when you cancel into hurricane kick, which you will want to transition into doing once you are consistent with cancelling into fireball. If you think you'll be out of range either do one cr. lp or just cancel into cr. mk.

    I made some more videos on my channel geared toward beginners, it's all of Ryu and it shows some other blockstrings you can use: http://www.youtube.com/mingtongzhi

    edit: Actually watching it again it looks like I failed to emphasize that you need to knock them down first... sorry about that.
  • ethan1341ethan1341 Joined: Posts: 91Registered
    Awesome this series is perfect. I still such at links though lol
  • BaD_GaTzBee123BaD_GaTzBee123 I Wants to be Pro! Joined: Posts: 21Registered
    I love this series, beautiful start for me. Not a total beginner to the fighting-genre but definitely a newb to the SF series. This is perfect.
    My Motivational Motto:
    "Focus on the journey, not the destination. Joy is not found in finishing an activity but in doing it."
    -Greg Anderson
    Status: Newbie
    SSFIV: AE: Akuma, and want to learn C. Viper as my secondary later down the road (MUCH later, lol).
    UMvC3: Strider/???/???
  • StfAbezStfAbez Joined: Posts: 11Registered
    Thank you so much for these videos helped me alot:P
  • jagandeepdjagandeepd Joined: Posts: 1Registered
    Thank you for these vids!
  • EternityInBlackEternityInBlack Let's play! Joined: Posts: 22Registered
    After playing all the later iterations of SF like SF2, I realized that I was missing some knowledge. These videos helped give me the understanding that, while some things are fundamentally the same, there are more tools available to use and I appreciate the time and effort that the OP took to make these. I hope a lot more people take the time to check these out and level up their game. I can't praise it enough.
  • xroflmaowtfxxroflmaowtfx AKA Tai Joined: Posts: 68Registered
    this is a great thread. thanks for making such a comprehensive guide for the basics of sf4. this has helped me learn by myself without even having the game.
  • willybone007willybone007 Joined: Posts: 1Registered
    I really enjoyed watching these vids. I learned a lot and was disappointed to have 'graduated' and run out of new lessons to view.
  • Dark EveDark Eve Sweetheart Juri Player Joined: Posts: 1Registered
    I'm familiar with other fighting games such as Tekken & Mortal Kombat which I've mostly played over the years, but the first Street Fighter I wasn't exactly serious since I was kid and all I knew to do is button mash like crazy..Lol! After Street Fighter I messed around with Capcom Vs Marvel and Street Fighter Vs SNK in the arcades and still I had no clue what to do then also because I didn't own those games.This early Sept I will be getting SSF4 AE XBox version for the reasons of fighting my friends and wanting a new serious fighting game to explore.

    Your videos about the Ultra, Super Meter, Focus Attack, FADC, Linking & Chain actually got me to understand and even more interested in Super Street Fighter 4. Your videos is straight to the point and I totally suggest these videos to any newcomer as it explains everything they need to know from basic moves to the very complicated stuff. However the beginners I really agree with TBird on the fact that if your new to this game the first thing you need to do is head straight for the training mode before going to play. This way you will discover what character is right for you and learn what moves they have to offer. Now if you do the opposite of TBird's suggestion and go online without a single clue on how to use any character then I must say you have some guts. The truth is if you have no knowledge about any character you will lose a bunch and be smacked around like a helpless rag doll that is being fed to the wolves. True story and I have seen this happen to many people on different fighting games.
  • KallapzKallapz All for fun Joined: Posts: 118Registered
    Now i'm doing much better , but i need to put in more time before i go online.
  • gammatheninjagammatheninja Joined: Posts: 4Registered
    thank you T-Bird so helpful!
  • KarriedKarried Joined: Posts: 135Registered
    So links are connecting punches to kicks right? And chains are the same punch/kick?
    So for example:
    Link-Lp, Cr.Lk
    Chain- Lp, Lp, Lp or Hk, Mk, Hk?
  • Quan118Quan118 Joined: Posts: 51Registered
    So links are connecting punches to kicks right? And chains are the same punch/kick?
    So for example:
    Link-Lp, Cr.Lk
    Chain- Lp, Lp, Lp or Hk, Mk, Hk?

    Correct

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  • JacobJacob Joined: Posts: 1Registered
    Any help with the stick command for guiles ultra 1
  • TheGreenRobinTheGreenRobin Joined: Posts: 27Registered
    Is it just me, or are there no links to anything in the beginner level section? I want to watch these videos but all I can see is the name of the video and the length. Where can I actually watch the video, why isn't it linked?

    Sorry if this is a noob question, still getting acquainted with how this forum works.
  • ilitiritilitirit Joined: Posts: 3,969Registered
    Is it just me, or are there no links to anything in the beginner level section? I want to watch these videos but all I can see is the name of the video and the length. Where can I actually watch the video, why isn't it linked?

    Sorry if this is a noob question, still getting acquainted with how this forum works.
    Which post are you referring to? The first post in this thread has all the vids. If you can't see them there might be an issue with your browser.
  • TheGreenRobinTheGreenRobin Joined: Posts: 27Registered
    Which post are you referring to? The first post in this thread has all the vids. If you can't see them there might be an issue with your browser.
    Just the very first post, all it has (for me anyway) are the name's. There's no videos on the actual page, nor are there links to any of the vids. I'm using Firefox, i'll try with Chrome.
  • eltroubleeltrouble Joined: Posts: 4,195Registered
    Just the very first post, all it has (for me anyway) are the name's. There's no videos on the actual page, nor are there links to any of the vids. I'm using Firefox, i'll try with Chrome.

    Those links definitely show up as videos on the first page. Try Chrome, and be sure to turn off peerblock, or any isp limiting program you have, sometimes that can interfere with images and videos showing up.
  • Mikester99Mikester99 Joined: Posts: 23Registered
    Hey T-bird, I just got into SSF4, around 2 weeks ago and already thrashed my 2nd fightpad today, so while I´m on " SSF -cold turkey" for a few, until my round 2 FightStick TE, gets here in the mail, I´ve finally get a chance to see your videos. Just wanted to tell ya, what a big help they are, !
    BTW; could you make a tutorial on how to play with a fightstick, with a sleeping baby in your arms?? :o)
  • KempoManKempoMan Joined: Posts: 31Registered
    Welcome Mikester, I played many games holding my boys, but never found a way to use a fight stick AND keep them asleep :)
  • SPECTERLIGHTSPECTERLIGHT Upgrade Your Grey Matter, One Day It May Matter Joined: Posts: 438Registered
    TBIRD, I watched every video and they are well done. Thanks for your hard work to integrate newer players to the genre and this beautiful game.
    Even though I have been playing SF since SF2, (though I am by no means a tourney worthy player) I learned a great deal.
    I shared a few of them with friends and will continue to pimp 'em out for ya! =o]
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