and when i say learn i dont mean smashing random buttons on your controller your controller
anyone here that has mastered him?? --- San Andreas > > > > > > > > >Desert Bus > > > > > > > >GTA 4
#2tekkenaddict23Posted 10/4/2012 3:00:43 PM
Capos aren't that hard to learn. I'm no Capo master but I could give you a thing or two about them.
#3Pirate_DuckPosted 10/4/2012 4:53:33 PM
Not heaps hard, but they have a few stances, so you have to know what you can do and when, which isn't as simple as, say, Bob who has no stances and therefore all of your moves are available all of the time. --- Dayman! aaaAAAaaa Fighter of the Nightman! aaaAAAaaa Champion of the Sun! aaaAAAaaa His a master of karate and friendship for everyone!
#4gomitePosted 10/4/2012 5:01:55 PM
it doesnt take every new person usually goes to him for some easy spam moves ftw --- neither is Kuma......... with his ratchet ass BEAR HEIHACHI FOR DLC!!!!
#5getterwingPosted 10/4/2012 11:31:05 PM
Chreddy is more difficult to learn than most of the other characters. mainly because of the stances and the many ways to transite among the stances.
#6LunamagaharaPosted 10/4/2012 11:41:47 PM
Mashing random buttons yields better results than consciously using chreddy --- Luna Post.
#7getterwingPosted 10/5/2012 12:42:09 AM
"Mashing random buttons yields better results than consciously using chreddy"
^ only in "noob vs noob" battles.
#8wave1000Posted 10/5/2012 1:24:51 AM
He is not easy any more and suffers from the fact that he uses a form based art based on real fighting so his move generaly have a start up time where some one like Bob or lars don't. you have to always be aware of this and this can throw you off if you don't play any of these type of characters based on real fiighting. Also he is a stance characters with cancels for alot of his moves. --- 3DS FC 004427725163