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Messages - B1gblack

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Training Room / Re: still not understanding the block string game....
« on: June 19, 2012, 07:59:37 PM »
@desmond can you please describe to me about the all guard and record mode and how that will help me....i have used the 1-hit guard jump a few times but shyed away from it a whole lot

Training Room / Re: still not understanding the block string game....
« on: June 15, 2012, 11:24:29 PM »
@solid shark that sounds like it should be able to work if i can figure out whats safe and whats not safe in this game....for one year i been playing and i still dont know whats safe lol.

@jinxhand my characters i use are andy,terry,king,athena(my new main),shen,kula, and working with flame iori and ex kyo

Offline Matchmaking / Re: SoCal KoF
« on: May 25, 2012, 07:58:56 PM »
no i have not been to the runbacks and i do believe that it will help me to run a tournament on my own someday. but i am not trying just yet not until i have the experience and plan a day and amount where players can come if they want to join in on it. at my level of experience i will do nothing but tick the world off with a bunch of mistakes.. basically that last message i put up was to say that in the near future thats what i plan on doing once i get it down

Offline Matchmaking / tournaments for KoF
« on: May 23, 2012, 06:56:53 PM »
 ok i will get staight to the point on this one. this is basically about more tournaments for KoF 13. This past weekend there was a let down for a tournament at japan arcade :/ we had about maybe 10-12 ppl including myself but it wasnt enough the only thing i can think of that made it where it wasnt enought ppl was due the fact that not ENOUGH ppl knew about it. Im a SoCal player(even though when i play fighting games i dont represent SoCal i represent myself) and my arcade home is japan arcade. its the one place i get to fairly easily what i wanted to start doing is hosting KoF 13 tournaments at my arcade home(one i go to most) for one main reason. To get more players to come out and support arcades and keeping them alive. go out to these places are becoming(and i am very sad to say this) a dying breed, alot more ppl would rather play online than anywhere else, thats all fine and good if you like lag >=D. if enough ppl support this maybe this can become somthing bigger and keep the life alot of hardcore players out there still love so much. I will post when i will start hosting(or HOPEFULLY hosting tournaments) for KoF13 as soon as i learn how to set up brackets and the payout and all that good stuff if anyone has questions comments or concerns you can message me here send me an email to message me on facebook. my facebook is Aaron Williams if any problems with facebook just refer to the other 2 options thank you

Training Room / still not understanding the block string game....
« on: March 20, 2012, 07:35:34 PM »
ok the most difficult thing about KoF for me now is the black strings. i really cant(for the life of me) keep a solid one going and it cost me game after game after game, its like no matter what i do i cant bring out a solid block string to keep my opponent from doing anything and i cant fake them out neither they see everything coming...this i need hlep with please...anyone thank you if you reply

Training Room / video postings
« on: February 28, 2012, 10:51:38 PM »
i have started posting up my fights in KoF 13 hoping that people can help me out with some tips and advice on what NOT to do in a fight they are on youtube just type in MrGinjiAmano in the search bar. from there you should see my name "B1gblack" appear thanks for your help if anyone decides on helping  me out

Training Room / Re: David Kong is here to answer your noob questions!
« on: February 28, 2012, 09:02:02 PM »
hey you wouldnt happen to go alex's arcade would you?

Training Room / Re: challengers
« on: February 11, 2012, 02:42:08 AM »
i dnt know how to do that

Training Room / Re: challengers
« on: February 11, 2012, 01:43:23 AM »
oh im sorry what i am doing is seeing if anyone will accept my challenge of king of fighters at my arcade home. or i can try to make arrangements to make it to their arcade home(meaning which arcade they go to most) and play against one another

Training Room / challengers
« on: February 11, 2012, 01:26:11 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

will you guys only be using ps3 for your MK9 and KOF13 tournaments as i play on the xbox 360 i ask that for a reason

Training Room / effective block strings and pressuring
« on: January 23, 2012, 07:29:11 PM »
ok first and foremost i wanna thank all that have been helping me with advice and tips on making my game better each time i post something up is only because i am trying it out in training mode and wanna know if there are simpler ways of doing it or if im having tough battles and i cant seem to win and need help. So with that being said this may be the last time i ask for help on what to do for king of fighters 13 and i will start on doing things the way I need to do them (e.g. figuring out my own solutions to my fights and problems). I ask for my final help on very effective pressure and block strings. For the life of me i cant seem to keep them tight and strong on my opponent and wonder what is missing, i do as many normals as i can bu doesnt seem to hold them at bay like i want them to be can someone please lend me there knowledge once again for the last time

Training Room / Re: Projectiles
« on: January 20, 2012, 07:25:30 PM »
well i use kensou,king, and andy i dnt really have anyone else for projectile game

Training Room / Projectiles
« on: January 19, 2012, 07:56:05 PM »
lately i have been getting trashed by my competition at my local arcade...they are ok but the only reason they win is because of my lack of knowledge on how to keep them at bay especially with projectiles. none of my projectiles seem to work no matter how hard i try and no matter what i do it just doesnt work they always miss which leaves my zoning game as "suck ass"  its getting a little irritating now that my strategies dont really work help a brother out please

Training Room / Re: sharpening my mix-up game and fluency
« on: January 19, 2012, 07:52:26 PM »
ok then i will give that a try then

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