How the times have changed...

Discussion in 'Dojo' started by trackspace, Mar 27, 2002.

  1. trackspace

    trackspace New Member

    I just got VF4 for the PS2 a few days ago and all I can say is "wow"... It's been years since I last played a fighting game well (MKII and SFII Turbo) and I think I've only played a 3D fighting game once or twice. Needless to say, I'm a little blown away by the complexity of the strategies for these new games, especially VF4.

    Anyways, I'd really like to get into this game and really kick my friend's asses when they come over to play! What would you seasoned vets suggest as a way to become "good" at this game. What about the published guide books? Websites? FAQs? I'm a COMPLETE newbie when it comes to VF (read: button masher) and a lot of the information seems to be aimed at the seasoned player or even advanced tourney player.

    Come on, help an old fart out... =)

  2. Ealsen

    Ealsen Well-Known Member

    Umm.. Play alot ? /versus/images/icons/smile.gif Until you get a hang of the game mechanism. Go thru all Training session: Command Training and particularly Trial Training. Go thru combo section in this website and have them tested in Free Training.

    Then build up your experience by playing against other human player and learn from the mistake. /versus/images/icons/smile.gif

    If you have problem try searching for answers in this board. If you couldn't find it, Just post it to the board, hopefully some of us can solve your problem /versus/images/icons/smile.gif

    Oh btw, concentrate on one character you like the most before you try other characters /versus/images/icons/smile.gif

    That's what I think.
  3. cka

    cka Active Member

    Go through Trial Training. Being new to VF4 myself (but not new to the series), Trial Training helped me learn all kinds of crazy tactics like multi throw escapes, evade throw-guards, and the like.
  4. Yupa

    Yupa Well-Known Member

    I'd suggest reading the general FAQ first to get caught up on the game engine and system and then going to trial training to practice what you've learned.

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