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Re: Persona 4 Arena

by Violent By Design Sat Jun 22, 2013 1:38 am

Snatch1414 wrote:I'm really enjoying this game so far, but I have an odd problem:

I can't pull off literally ANY move that involves two quarter circles on the Dpad (the Shoryuken from SF). I'm on the PS3 playing this, but I have pulled off this move a billion times on the PS1 in games like SF and Guilty Gear. For the life of me I cannot do it on the PS3 controller, even in training! This is the only thing preventing me from really getting engrossed into this game. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks


To put it bluntly, a shoryuken is not 2 QCFs, which is the most blatant reason why you are having problems.
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Re: Persona 4 Arena

by Valkyrie-Favor Sat Jun 22, 2013 3:01 am

A shoryuken is forward, down, down-forward. You can pull that off easily on the PlayStation's segmented dpad.
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Re: Persona 4 Arena

by Snatch1414 Sat Jun 22, 2013 7:44 am

Valkyrie-Favor wrote:A shoryuken is forward, down, down-forward. You can pull that off easily on the PlayStation's segmented dpad.


In my defense the game does specify two quarter circles in succession, but I know what you mean. To others that have posted, I do indeed pull off moves on command in SC, MvsC, etc. This is the only game I've had this problem. Just tried it again and it's just not accepting it the way I do it. I tried the quoted way above and for some reason the segmented Dpad prevents me from getting to the down-forward. Oh well, I'll keep trying since it's a really good game.
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Re: Persona 4 Arena

by Valkyrie-Favor Sun Jun 23, 2013 12:25 am

hmm...maybe try something like this?
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Re: Persona 4 Arena

by TheRev Sun Jun 23, 2013 9:15 am

Logitec D-pads suck
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Re: Persona 4 Arena

by Valkyrie-Favor Sun Jun 23, 2013 5:43 pm

It's better than Sony D-pads, which are good enough for me.
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