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???If you can't tech a drop off a platform, you can pretty much always perform a move before you hit the floor to make you lag instead of going to the floor.
you do realize that pikachu has the same trip frame data as most of the cast right?***** i INVENTED side b cancelling to spike. you best get out of your closet and watch some ADHD or me
banana-jump and throw down won't work unless it's GNW or pika but the infinite is stupid on pikachu and we **** that character anyways
I definitely see the usefulness of the infinite. However, for me, I don't really see the technique making any difference/allowing me to win match ups I wouldn't otherwise already win. It would take to much time to learn the infinite/get it down 100% when I'm simply trying to learn a different character now to deal with my personal bad match ups.LOL I find this hilarious because I wouldn't of even known about it if you hadn't posted that video about the Japanese player doing it
No, because MK is in the air during tornado.Hmm... I was on Youtube, and a saw a video of perfect shield canceling. Could we PSC tornado and throw a banana and potentially get an infinite from double banana lock? That is, if there was a second banana in the right place.
I'm not really sure on frame data and the sort, so I thought I should ask.