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Training Room / Re: David Kong is here to answer your noob questions!
« on: February 15, 2012, 01:06:23 AM »
I've tried a ton of characters out and now I need a helping hand or nudge to get me to just choose a team and play them.

Here are a few that I've enjoyed playing (or played against):
Ash, Shen Woo, Fireball Kyo, EX Kyo, EX Iori, Robert, Andy, Ryo, Benimaru.

Since I lack the knowledge of how these character perform with and without meter, could anyone give me an idea of how to balance them as a team?

I'd like to add that I am leaning towards a EX Kyo, Robert, Shen Woo team. For an idea of my gameplay style: I enjoy controlling the Neutral space well and solid characters with solid normals.

I haven't played any Naruto games in a long time but this one seems like fun.

How are the specials handled? When I played it right analog stick based.

Training Room / Re: challengers
« on: February 11, 2012, 01:32:03 AM »
i need more competition...its the only way i can truely progress. i keep playing the same guys which is fine...but i want arcade home is japan arcade. i can try and make it to alex's arcade but if you guys can make it to japan arcade that would be great as well..hit me up if interested and we can schedule a date to play thanks

I'm rather new and not entirely sure what you mean.

Training Room / Re: David Kong is here to answer your noob questions!
« on: February 10, 2012, 11:56:22 PM »
To be honest, I don't think you should play her as she is Chris because she doesn't have many of the tools on the ground close up and in the air as he did. Yeah, they have a few move similarities but the overall they aren't the same.

That's a shame! I think more than specials, I enjoy characters with solid normals (which I felt Chris had). Sort of bummed out that another character didn't show up with a similar moveset, I rather enjoyed him.

I was the one that produced the show and we were thinking of moving to eLive for some live shows but kinda ran into a brickwall on the technical side. We were also getting a little busy ourselves with finding time to record the shows and gather people on skype for it, but honestly I would love to bring it back for more gameplay focused discussion, we just gotta get the right guests for it.

I understand. Life can get in the way of things. Using WakeUp SRK as an example, I'd love to see something similar to the Viscant episodes. Even though I'm not a Marvel player, I enjoy his commentary and insight immensely.

Training Room / Re: How to compose a team
« on: February 10, 2012, 11:50:19 PM »
@ Titus Groan
u should go 2 the Character Discussions and read for those characters i can only speak 4 WOO cause i dont use the other 1s u named
WOO is ur basic rush down character very powerful but takes work 2 get inside and open up ur opponent 2 me u have 2 be a smart player 2 use because he dont have 2 many advantages


Training Room / Re: David Kong is here to answer your noob questions!
« on: February 10, 2012, 09:31:54 AM »
Thanks guys! I appreciate the in depth responses of both. Some of Ash's normals looked vaguely similar (perhaps that was wishful thinking) so I've been trying him out. I'll pick up Athena though.

Do you have any tips on how to play her as a rough Chris? While I remember enjoying him, I do remember the specifics like you have! Also, out of curiosity, who else do you have on your team?

Is there anything like a WakeUp Shoryuken podcast for KOF? Dream Cancel Radio appears to have sputtered out and I'd love to hear some discussion on characters, strategies, and community news!

Thanks again!

Training Room / Re: David Kong is here to answer your noob questions!
« on: February 10, 2012, 01:30:55 AM »
I haven't played fighting games in a long long time (and before was never serious). Anyways, one of the hurdles I'm trying to climb is attempting to put together a team for KOF, so here are some of my questions:

Why did you pick Robert over Ryo? Is there any character similar to Chris from '97-'98? And when forming a team, is it better to diversify (ex: grappler, zone, balanced) or just pick what appeals to you?

Training Room / Re: How to compose a team
« on: February 05, 2012, 11:48:05 PM »
Hey everyone! I've just recently picked up KOF XIII and I love the overall balance of the game, which has led to me being at a lose at who to play. Perhaps you guys can help me out?

Here are the characters I messed with and enjoy playing:
  • Robert
  • Ryo
  • Yuri
  • Andy
  • Ash
  • Kyo
  • EX Iori
  • Shen Woo

While the wiki has been great for breaking down combos and movesets, it doesn't really give general descriptions of characters for newbies to get started with. What are your thoughts on these characters and possibly teams?

Podcast / Re: Welcome to the Dream Cancel podcast!
« on: February 05, 2012, 06:28:44 AM »
Did the podcast die?

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