Moves commands: questions

Visø

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I'm talking about PS3:

Back = High; Front = Low; right?
X = Front kick
O = Back kick
[] = Front punch
/\ = Back punch
R2 = Throw button = X + []
L2 = Switch position
R1 = Block
L1 = Tag button

I'm satisfated with this system, however I liked the old inputs high/low... thanks again ;)
 

Visø

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What do you mean for "rp" and "rk"? Punch and kick? I guess uppercut is simply D+BP and sweep is B+FK... isn't it?
 

Visø

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LOL why the hell the sweep is b+bk... ;\
Sorry for the misunderstood and thanks for replying my stupid questionz ;)
 

VictorMefer

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I'm talking about PS3:

Back = High; Front = Low; right?
X = Front kick
O = Back kick
[] = Front punch
/\ = Back punch
R2 = Throw button = X + []
L2 = Switch position
R1 = Block
L1 = Tag button

I'm satisfated with this system, however I liked the old inputs high/low... thanks again ;)

I believe block is R2/RT, and throw is R1/RB. At 0:20 in this video, one of the guys asks how to block, the other says RT is block, and RB is throw.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFFtnVvHa5k

I think you're right about the rest.
 

rocky

BANALITY
I'm talking about PS3:

Back = High; Front = Low; right?
X = Front kick
O = Back kick
[] = Front punch
/\ = Back punch
R2 = Throw button = X + []
L2 = Switch position
R1 = Block
L1 = Tag button

I'm satisfated with this system, however I liked the old inputs high/low... thanks again ;)


whats the back punch and kick mean? so they punch backwards? like behind themselves?
 

orbofuncreation

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whats the back punch and kick mean? so they punch backwards? like behind themselves?

No, basically it's left punch and right punch: front punch means you'll strike with the forward pointing arm, also you can switch position but I don't really see the point of this feature as of now, they even explained it on the MKast but I didn't understand...
 

Zafiro

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I believe block is R2/RT, and throw is R1/RB. At 0:20 in this video, one of the guys asks how to block, the other says RT is block, and RB is throw.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFFtnVvHa5k

I think you're right about the rest.

yes, i played the demo at PAX too- you are correct- Block was R2 (like in MK vs DC), Throw was R1 (choose the direction)

BTW, that was producer Hector Sanchez telling them how to throw/ block ;) dont believe me? take his word for it- Right trigger is to block (R2/RT), Right Bumper is to throw (R1/RB)

To do the Xray you press R1 and R2 (on PS3) at the same time

Enhanced moves: you leave L2 pressed in and do the normal input for the special move (example: enhanced Kitana's fan lift: HOLD L2+ B,B, [])
 
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TJHooker

BANALITY
Good find. So X-Ray is two shoulder buttons and enhanced spacials are a shoulder and the normal command. I know that a lot of people where complaining that the X-Rays are too easy to do so who know that might change by the time we get our hands on it.

...seems like performing X-Ray moves is cheap and easy...and i don't personally know what to think about this...
 

Zafiro

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Good find. So X-Ray is two shoulder buttons and enhanced spacials are a shoulder and the normal command. I know that a lot of people where complaining that the X-Rays are too easy to do so who know that might change by the time we get our hands on it.

Thats wrong- XRAYs = Trigger + Bumper (R1 +R2). you can see that at the bottom of the move list at the start of this video from PAX if you dont wanna take my word for it
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFFtnVvHa5k
 

Eclipso

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I am curious to hear of any changes they have made since last time someone has reported on the control scheme.
 

Osu 16 Bit

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Enhanced moves: you leave L2 pressed in and do the normal input for the special move (example: enhanced Kitana's fan lift: HOLD L2+ B,B, [])


Huh? Unless there's two ways to do them enhanced moves are with block. Enhanced Fan Lift would be b,b + RP & block.
 
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