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The Main Man Compares the TTT2 Mishima's

TheMainManSwe, one of the Tekken community's greatest Content producers has recently uploaded a fairly detailed video outlining the major differences. With him being a Mishima specialist he has a fairly solid foundation of what these characters can and can't do. He mentions that his opinion has swayed quite a bit since the game's inception in September 2 years ago and he's finally compiled all his thoughts on video while showcasing everything in practice mode to reinforce his arguments. It's a fairly interesting video and worth the watch. You can follow The Main Main on Twitch for his streams and twitter @TheMainManSwe. He also recently did the 14th part of his Pain Combo video series starring Dragunov.


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Personally, i think kazuya's simplicity is what makes him one of the best, especially in the hands of a pro. He's got an answer for nearly everything, punishment wise. When it comes to mixups i admit his lows are extremely risky but the reward if you land it is brilliant. Just mixup his hellsweeps with ff3 and your good. Also i don't think people give his db4 enough credit, its much better than what people think. I cant tell you how many times i've done db4 or f4 into a step electric or hellsweep, its just the perfect mixup tool. Watch JDCR play with kazuya and you will see that he just abuses the move. Overall i think Kazuya is the best mishima, if used properly.

Monday, February 2, 2015 at 11:22 PM | Unregistered CommenterKaz

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