buffering dpad?

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5 years ago#1
How can you buffer fff?
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5 years ago#2
Buffering in Tekken? MADNESS!!

Sorry man, I really don't know, lol. I heard there is buffering in Tekken, but eh..I have no idea how to do it. I always thought Tekken was a bit strict with the timing and you have to wait until the animation is completely finished before taking your next action or it won't register properly.
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5 years ago#3
Ummm... you can buffer motions in Tekken.
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5 years ago#4
I know how to buffer button inputs but not directional commands (can we do that in Tekken?).
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5 years ago#5

From: xOmniCloudx | #004
I know how to buffer button inputs but not directional commands (can we do that in Tekken?).


I mostly do it with the Kings, for the giant swing motion throws at the end of juggle. during the last hit, I begin the f, hcf motion, so that I can end on the f+1 for the throw right after the jab (or whatever hit you do before) animation ends.
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5 years ago#6
Two ways:

Hold F until previous move animation ends, then input ff
Input ff and then F_f during forward dash
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5 years ago#7
i think she wanna do lars or king air throws.
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5 years ago#8
from what I get from the post....yes

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5 years ago#9
You can buffer one direction and one button in the final 5 frames of recovery of a move. Exceptions to this rule exist (such as giant swing and mach-upper and MSEWGF).
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5 years ago#10
You're not buffering all of the three f's, if that's what you were wondering.

You buffer one of them suring the recovery of a move, and then f,f.

Ao it's like f~f,f.

Or like another guy put it:

[F], random move, ]F[~f,f
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