need some help with Akira

Discussion in 'Akira' started by DarkAkira2002, Mar 27, 2002.

  1. DarkAkira2002

    DarkAkira2002 New Member

    Help im pretty good with Akira as it is but my freinds are indetifying my stronger combos/Techniques. need some moves quick
  2. CreeD

    CreeD Well-Known Member

    1. Use the search button. Akira gets more discussion than almost anyone.
    2. Don't spam (post several times about the same thing)
    3. Read the past couple of days worth of posts, and you'll notice that akira is discussed a lot. In fact someone else asked the exact same question today, and got answered... oh wait! that someone was you. You asked four or five times.
    Try taking some ritalin, it'll calm you down enough to wait a few hours for a response - a few hours MINIMUM.

    Sorry to come across like an asshole, but this game's too hard to learn if you're trying to overcome ADD or you have no patience. If you want to kick ass at VF vs. good players, you should be prepared to spend at least the next three or four months minimum learning (and that's assuming you're already good at tekken or something).

    If you just want to kick your little brother's ass or something, try f,f,f+P a lot, and always do f,f+K,K afterwards.
  3. akira2001

    akira2001 Well-Known Member

    If your not already familiar with the modifying move inputs try that. EX. If your competiton is accustom to you squating before a ShRm then they will block it.
    Otherwise, don't forget about your d+P+K+G as soon as your opponents attacks. If your opponents is P or LP crazy, try df+P+K+G, P. This should help rid them of that habit.
    Other than that, don't forget your basic elbow(f+P) and midkicks. If you are doing all these and using Akira's powerful combos and still losing then reevaluate your game.
    Are you defending too much. Are you attacking too much and getting pounced? Are you TR/QR'ing? Are you trying to difficult of moves/combos? Are you even doing guaranteed combos? Are you try to reversal too often and getting slammed?
    Learn all his moves by heart and mix them up. Also, learn them so that when you do the move you do not need to think about what you are doing.

  4. gamesmaster1_2be

    gamesmaster1_2be Well-Known Member

    also (hello) try to add his dblpm to your game.
    it's a great combo ender that should beused loads.
  5. CreeD

    CreeD Well-Known Member

    If he hasn't figured it out after six months, he prolly should move on.
  6. gamesmaster1_2be

    gamesmaster1_2be Well-Known Member

    its just a common thing to not bother with (i never used to be arsed with it till recently).
    my rule: tag it on!

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