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HiFight showcases what Evo Moment 37 would look like in Street Fighter 6 and breaks down the mechanics behind it

By Justin ‘AdaptiveTrigger’ Gordon










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Drive Parry’s existence in Street Fighter 6 means that it’s possible for Evo Moment 37 to happen again. This has already been highlighted to be the case with a clip uploaded to Twitter by KikoMasterRD






In a recent video, HiFight has also provided a look at Evo Moment 37 within Street Fighter 6 and has also provided another one of his detailed breakdowns of the mechanics behind the sequence. As mentioned by HiFight, we probably won’t see this scene actually play out in a real tournament match.









In Street Fighter 3: Third Strike, the parry action is actually fairly lenient. Although it can be argued that parrying Chun-Li’s super would still be a difficult task, there is actually a 10 frame window for parries in this game.


The window is much tighter to perform a Perfect Drive Parry in Street Fighter 6. To perform a Perfect Drive Parry, the medium punch and medium kick buttons must be pressed within one frame before getting hit, or the same frame. This means that there’s only a two frame window to perform a Perfect Drive Parry.


During the video, HiFight notes that it was actually quite difficult for him to perform a Perfect Drive Parry against the first and last hits against Chun-Li’s level 2 super in Street Fighter 6. Simply holding the buttons to automatically parry all the hits between the first and last was a simple task.


Due to difference in difficulty between using the normal Drive Parry and the Perfect Drive Parry, there’s not a lot of reason to ever do this. Check it out in the video below:








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