is here http://db.gamefaqs.com/coinop/arcade/file/virtua_fighter_4_tekken.txt Let's face it. Where do we find the largest group of potential VF players? Those Sega fanboy nutjobs whose unresolved childhood trauma compels them into sexually fantasize about blue hedgehog or some Japanese middle aged man? No sir, the biggest potential pool of new players are the Tekken players, many of whom actually played VF2 before. This fact is obvious if you can read Tbzone board, where quite a few people confess to be Tekken players who started playing VF4. And I have witnessed myself some Tekken players picking up VF. And you would have to be blind to not realize that Sega wanted to attract Tekken players with VF4. So this FAQ was written so that you can have something like the following conversation in front of the VF4 machine: You: Have you played Tekken? The Newbie: Yeah (I frankly doubt that there is a chance he would say no unless he is five year old or something.) Case #1 (If you are hopelessly devoted for success of VF4) Here is a copy of the FAQ. Case #2 (If you are not that) Go to gamefaqs.com and get the VF4 FAQ to help Tekken players. It will also tell you where to get movelist and stuff. Movelist is of course vital. But looking back at my attempt to learn Tekken back then, you really need some other form of info to get you started in a new game beside a full movelist. And this FAQ is not really intended for those wanabe Tekken players who played a few games of Tekken on their playstation, but the kind of people serious about competition. I know this FAQ is very lacking in many aspects, but I also had to consider the cons of making this FAQ too long. It's not much but it's a start. Comments and complaints are welcome.