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Tekken is one of my favorite games of all time, I started out in Tekken 2, but now my favorites are Tekken 3, 5, and 5.1. My most used characters are Hwoarang, Jin (Tekken 3 style Jin so either Devil Jin or Kazuya in Tekken 5), Lee, and Nina. I wish I had a PS3 because the first thing I would buy would be Tekken 5.1, I am thinking of getting one solely for that game (and I guess MGS later). Anyway I never went to any leagues because I don't know how good I am compared to a real Tekken pro, and besides I haven't played since I lived in Martinsville which is much too small for a tournament
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Yeah Zealot the entire premise behind soul calibur is different, if it came out and played like tekken i would have been very disappointed by the game.

Yeah Jack, Tekken was the sole reason i got my ps3, its fun the online mode is pretty lame but once home comes out and you can actually talk to ppl without having to have a headset i think it will be a lot better. I started playing tekken... Way back when. Tekken 2 in the arcade was my first experience, i loved it so much i bought a playstation and Tekken 1 in anticipation of 2 for the console lol.
    
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Originally Posted by csm11 View Post
I'm far from a fighting game guru, but I really want to explore the genre more and hopefully get a better understanding.

Can you narrow that list down to your top 5?
Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike
Garou: Mark of the Wolves
Guilty Gear XX: Accent Core
Marvel vs. Capcom 2
Capcom vs. SNK 2


Here's the EVO 2005 DVD trailer that I really liked. It gives a good representation of high level play.

    
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post #24 of 43
my fav char is bryan.

what you think of him
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Bryan is really good, if you know how to use him. People who throw out snakes edge, which is what alot of intermediate bryan players do, get destroyed by people who can block low. Once you can get taunt canceling down bryan becomes an Evil Charcter with guarenteed wall dmg guarenteed knockdowns, even a guarenteed launch that can easily take half life.(extremely hard timing however) he has some of the best Oki in the game. He was alot better in T5 for a few of reasons
A).121 d/f 3 was guarenteed on the wall.(d/f 3 is no longer guarenteed after 121 in T5 DR)
B). B+1 deadly whiff punisher that launched on any hit. (In T5 DR It only launches on counter hit.)
C). ff+2, bb+4 guarenteed dmg off of a 13 frame punisher. (fixed in DR with the addition of instant roll-back)
Then again In tekken 5 anyone can tell you there were only 3 characters Steve, Nina, Bryan, and arguably Feng/DevilJin.
    
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Just in case people do not recognize the notations i thought i should make a quick reference.
1=left punch
2=right punch
3=left kick
4=right kick
f= foward
b=back
d=down
u=up
u/f=diagonal up foward etc
CH = counter hit
1(1)2 the parenthesis indicate when an attack misses on purpose.
whiff means a missed attack.
frames indicate how many frames an attack takes to come out and get back to standing, keeping in mind that the game runs at 60 frames per second. for example paul's shoulder is a 12 frame punisher so if someone does an attack that takes 12 or more frames to recover and doesnt put you into negative frames then d 1+2 is guarenteed. very important to learn frame data for popular attacks so you can punish properly at higher end play.
    
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post #27 of 43
Are there any youtube videos or other tutorials explaining each character and their best moves and strategies?
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I have more n00b questions:

1) How do you block a grab? Like I'll go to grab an opponent, and they'll push me off or away, or they'll do a flip to get out of it. How do you go about pulling that off?

2) Is there anyway to effectively block a long combo? I'll sit there for seconds on end getting my face smashed in by this long ass combo that I can't seem to defend against. It's irritating!!!
     
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post #29 of 43

For anyone planning on learning Tekken, there's a lot to learn since the game is so deep. I recommend watching this tutorial before moving on to character specific tutorials:


Also, check out Tekken Zaibatsu Forums to learn anything about Tekken.
    
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Cool, thanks!
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