What to learn, in wich order and how?

Discussion in 'Beginner Forum' started by stronzolo, Dec 12, 2016.

  1. stronzolo

    stronzolo New Member

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    Robo Fortune
    Hello everyone.
    As a beginner in fighting games i'm simply baffled by the sheer amount of "learning materials" out there, and my biggest issue has been trying to understand waht should i learn first.
    I've already played the tutorial twice and i learned a bit of the general fighting games glossary, so i'll ask you: what are the things i should focus on first?
    Sorry for the bad english :P
     
  2. Dagwood

    Dagwood Well-Known Member

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    Parasoul
    Cerebella
    Double
    My advice for starting:

    1. Learn a BnB combo for each of your characters. Doesn't have to be a great combo, just something simple that you are comfortable with
    2. Learn how to convert into a combo from any hit. Learn how to combo off normal ground-to-ground hit, air-to-ground, Grabs, Air-to-air hit, Air grab, Raw super, etc. This way, when you do land a hit you can capitalize off of it.
     
  3. stronzolo

    stronzolo New Member

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    Robo Fortune
    Thank you, I've already picked up a bnb for Robo F. to learn (so many buttons to press Q_Q) but I think I'm in need to focus on more basic concepts like: what should i do in order to improve my neutral game and being able to reliably hit my opponent
     
  4. KamikazeHghlndr

    KamikazeHghlndr New Member

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    Beowulf
    if you're having issues keeping track of your buttons (I know I am) try mastering each combo phase individually, then when you have that down pat add on the next phase until you mastered that, rinse and repeat.
     
  5. KamikazeHghlndr

    KamikazeHghlndr New Member

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    Beowulf
    This will really come with experience over practice. Sure you could learn all the tech a character has but its not going to compare to experience against real players and their individual tactics
     
  6. battlebadger

    battlebadger New Member

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    Cerebella
    I'm in a very similar position and my approach has been to mix up time in training with time in versus. I got my first combo down pretty well but then went into a versus match and found that I was panicking so much that I couldn't get it off! I reckon the stuff that you practice in training doesn't actually help unless you also put some time into doing the same thing on real people.
     

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