- Aug 17, 2005
- Toronto, Ontario
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lmao these matches are so silly-looking. but yea any suggestions are appreciatedAlso, big stack of Falco dittos if anyone wants to watch / critique
That's originally what it was supposed to be, but their goal changed overtime I'm pretty sure.Then Project M can lick my feet (why wouldn't it work anyways I thought it was supposed to be a carbon copy of Melee with more characters)
Gonna give you my thoughts on watching game 1.ThatGuy (Falco) vs CC (Samus) GF
Thoughts, critiques, and insults always welcome.
Critiquing game 1 stuff I see.hey falcos, here's my sets against kels last tourney:
any advice would be appreciated
-Learn the range of uptilt. I've already seen you try it twice hoping he'd run into it. Most people don't run into Falco lol.
that's pretty dirty. I'm always surprised people don't tech those Dairs from so high up, guess I should do it more.
hslifhfnfLOOOOLit was ok, wouldn't work in project m though =/
or until mogwai namesearchesGuys wtf im trying to learn about falco...
be quiet about this before i get mogwai
Yes. We call it the "I know you are but what am I?", and basically, charged Dsmash just makes Falco's legs invincible until he releases. So any low get ups or low hitboxes. (Dtilts/Dsmashes etc).http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=-COPlCpT4CI#t=7s
Does this work on any other characters' get up attacks or ledge attacks?
A word of advice, don't run off the stage and use your double jump to double laser. You don't have any invincibility. Your getting kneed for it. Use the ledge first.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8L1ZvOsQTs&feature=player_detailpage
lmao, brawl kids watching melee for the first time practically
also falco tips appreciated :D
( i dont play much anymore :/ )
Yup, exactly this. I know how it works I just want to know some of the instances it can be used in as it seems like a good surprise trick to get an opponent offstage potentially, but I know a lot of get up attacks (and ledge attacks) hit fairly high still which would disrupt this.I'm pretty sure he wants to know what get-up attacks it works vs. specifically (I want to know too, but I don't have a setup to test with).
Hey guys, in light of recent events I thought I'd make a poster for the latest GTA (grand theft auto) video game series.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=avgYsIKkBLQDid you know the Landmaster is the size of a small house
Takes me basically one full match to warm up. Doesn't matter if I'm playing a noob or a pro. I stretch all my fingers and my arms before I start to warm up, then I spam WD and L-cancels just to get my hands warmed up a bit (I'm like a zombie, my hands are always cold ). After all that, I just play 1 or 2 friendlies before the real deal.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=avgYsIKkBLQ
and lolololololololololol @ the GTA pic
To not be totally off topic, how fast do you guys say that it takes you to warm up before you're up to your normal standards on any given day? Also, what do you usually do to warmup (tech skill practice/playing bad people/playing good people etc.)?
It is quite random when I feel like I'm warmed up. Sometimes, I can just walk up to a cube and my spacies/Peach will be on point, playing really well, with few technical mistakes (though I myself am not the most technical by any means). But if I've practiced my tech skill recently, and then go play, it takes me up to 2 and a half hours, or three, to warm up. You would think that after having practiced and honed my movement, my tech skill would take less time to warm up, but it seems to take more.It takes me ~30 minutes to get to an acceptable playing level (i.e. the point at where I stop johning about warm-ups lol), but to get my tech skill to where I'm on point and feel like I'm on fire, it takes around 1.5-2 hours. Then I have a third level of super saiyan tech skill that I've only achieved on the few occasions where I play for multiple days at tournaments (Pound 5, Zenith, 5-day fest+tourney at Smash House, and Apex 2012).