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Juicebox Teaches His Stream Viewers How To Play Daimon & Ryo Sakazaki In King of Fighters XIV

While streaming King of Fighters XIV, JuiceboxFGC took the time to show his viewers how to play Goro Daimon & Ryo Sakazaki! This tutorial video is an except from a recent stream session.

Be sure to watch his stream whenever he is playing KOFXIV! You can even play a long set with him, and he will give you feedback on your gameplay!

https://www.twitch.tv/juicebox_fgc

Source: JuiceboxFGC YouTube Channel

Coliflowerz Will Help You Learn How To Play With Ryo Sakazaki In This King of Fighters XIV Quick Tutorial Video

Coliflowerz is back with a new quick combo guide, showing basics of Ryo Sakazaki gameplay in King of Fighters XIV! Normals, special moves, super special moves, and more are explained thoroughly in this tutorial video!

Ryo feels really… lacking in this game. But just like in XIII his level 2 ranbu super is absolutely monstrous, so little confirms are going to be your main goal, or those sweet corner combos with 3-5 bars.

You’ll notice he doesn’t really have any Max combos past 2 bars. That’s because, quite frankly, his Climax is terrible; really hard to combo into, and not even that worth it if you do. So… yeah not many of those. Thankfully his 1 and 2 bar MAX combos hurt a ton.

I really want to emphasize that even though I show Ryo cancelling into super with dp C in this vid, you’re probably going to be using qcf A as your special instead, so you can properly hit confirm into the super. Use dp C as a punish, that’s it.

Source: Coliflowerz Youtube Channel

Learn The Basics of Shun’ei By Watching This King of Fighters XIV Quick Tutorial Video By Coliflowerz

Coliflowerz is back with a new quick combo guide, showing basics of Shun’ei gameplay in King of Fighters XIV! You will learn what each of Shun’ei moves do, along with a few easy combos to get you started!

“So when it came to Shun’ei’s MAX mode combos, trying to find optimal but also practical combos was a bit of a nightmare. If you factor in his qcb AC, then his combos get very screen-position specific, and trying to create a list of must know combos in MAX mode was an ordeal. Hopefully what I show you makes sense and helps you with your game.

Shun’ei has a couple of tricky parts in most of his combos. Cancelling his qcb P into qcfx2 K or P can be a little tricky; remember you have more time than you think. More importantly is his air qcf A; in order to be able to do the combos you see after that move, you have to cancel the f. B as late as possible, so Shun’ei lands faster. It’ll take some practice, but if you’re going to play this character, you definitely should practice it until it’s second nature.”

Source: Coliflowerz Youtube Channel