Having trouble during actually matches

Discussion in 'Beginner Forum' started by Master_Katz, Dec 13, 2016.

  1. Master_Katz

    Master_Katz New Member

    PSN:
    Great_OgreLord
    Squigly
    Beowulf
    Big Band
    Well during training I am able to pull of the basic combos and resets that i have learned but once I actually play against someone else i always end up dropping simple combos or combos that I've practiced like a million times i'm wondering if anyone has some advice i could use for this
     
  2. Liam

    Liam ... Administrator

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    West Canada
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    Skarmand
    PSN:
    Skarmand
    Robo Fortune
    Double
    Play more.
    Practice against the AI just converting your hits into your basic combos and resets if you find that to be less pressuring.

    It's normal to drop new things you just learned vs real players when you're just starting out, but the solution is just keep trying until you stop making mistakes.
    Focus on the first few hits of the confirm.
     
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  3. alwaysanarchy

    alwaysanarchy Hear the silence so loud

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    Parasoul
    Eliza
    Painwheel
    Exactly what Liam said, it's much different to perform a combo against real players than AI. A real person is going to react and move a lot different than AI and the timing for your combos might change a bit due to the situation (Ex. you drop the ground combo you did million times because the opponent back jumped while you started your combo, then you need to change a bit the timing of the hits to adjust height/distance). It's just a matter of practice, play online and try to execute your combos the best you can.
     
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  4. Master_Katz

    Master_Katz New Member

    PSN:
    Great_OgreLord
    Squigly
    Beowulf
    Big Band
    Thank you I just recently started playing online so i guess I'm not very used to fighting other people I'll keep at it though
     
  5. Icky

    Icky 工 レo√乇 ㄚo∪ ღ ツ

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    To add on to what everyone else said:

    One thing that helped me in the beginning is setting the training mode dummy to cpu, so you have an infinite match against a moving opponent for you to practice your confirms and combos against. I found it very helpful!
     

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