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TTT2: Lei Wulong Solo Combo Video

One of the more common complaints about playing Lei Wulong in the previous Tekken games was the lack of significant damage output while performing his juggles. In TTT2 however, Lei has gained several new improvements that opens up a new way of juggling with Lei and making it hurt. The Youtube user leiotakon has uploaded a solo combo video that exhibits most of these new juggling damage capabilities that's a recommended viewing for those newly interested in picking up Lei Wulong. Check it out below.

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Reader Comments (6)

Yo Aris, this site needs forums badly. The comments section is cool and all, but with TTT2 and your youtube channel, lots of people are asking questions about the game and there needs to be an organized place for knowledgeable people like yourself to find them in order to answer them. Btw, I heard Bogus Journeys is coming back, you need to be a guest host on the first episode.

Tuesday, September 25, 2012 at 7:59 AM | Unregistered CommenterThunderclap

I agree about the forums part. Originally I thought, well... we have TZ for forum use. ATP and TZ are their own animals and if we had access to certain info on here it would be a nice little bonus. Nice video for the Lei fans...

Tuesday, September 25, 2012 at 12:46 PM | Unregistered Commentercoilover2005

thought this same thing today tz is too mainstream....this place could be the new tekken salute......

Lei d/f+2 b+3,1, 1+2,1 4,4 TA bruce uf+3+4 Lei running unblockable shoulder then b+3,1 1+2,1 44 Ta bruce u/f+3+4 running shoulder over and over this game is actually make me fall in love.

Tuesday, September 25, 2012 at 3:32 PM | Unregistered Commentertruedog

I'ce considered forums in the past but went against it because they are too difficult to police and moderate. I will reconsider it.

Wednesday, September 26, 2012 at 6:16 AM | Registered CommenterAris

I don't think you should add forums without a solid, sureshot, way of it not becoming troll-city.

1) Most posts here don't have many comments as it is (hardly crowded). Is there really a need?
2) 90% of thoe eager to show how knowledgeable they are don't know shit most probably. Then it's "I know my shit" vs "No you SUCK *I* know I'm teh bestest!" all over the place.
3) It's hard to combine the obtrusive nature that some might want with good, clean, information. Specially with how people troll.

If you still want to go through with it for fame, bitches, and the lulz, so do something similar to let all the good players at superarcade become automoderators or have a special status or something. Tying this site closer to Superarcade is a step in the right direction and will make it not just another SDTekken but something a bit more personal and unique imo.

Friday, September 28, 2012 at 8:59 AM | Unregistered CommenterReality

@Reality all those points are valid arguments and I agree with most of what you said, but I still think that if done correctly it could work. I have frequented this site 10x more often as of late because of TTT2 and I'm sure a lot of other people do to and I think it would be nice for people to be able to get together and talk strategy and set up tournaments, etc. but maybe I'm being too optimistic. This is usually my go to place for TTT2 info since Tekken Zaibatsu has always seemed less navigation friendly. At least make it so people can have profiles and avaters, etc. so we can be more easily identified.

Friday, September 28, 2012 at 12:06 PM | Unregistered CommenterThunderclap

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