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How in the heck did Fujimura pull off this impossible-looking Chun-Li combo? Luckily, HiFight has the step-by-step breakdown

How in the heck did Fujimura pull off this impossible-looking Chun-Li combo? Luckily, HiFight has the step-by-step breakdown









20 impossible chunli combo breakdown | How in the heck did Fujimura pull off this impossible-looking Chun-Li combo? Luckily, HiFight has the step-by-step breakdown | The Paradise News


People will still attempt to invariably claim that Street Fighter 5 is not a very technical fighting game, but oh boy this is one of the most technical combos I’ve ever seen in the series.






During the first night of the Topanga Championship 4 competition, SNB|Fujimura managed to pull off a ridiculous string that most players probably didn’t even know was possible with Chun-Li, so how in the heck did he do it?









Well, luckily HiFight was around to create a new Just Frame Breakdown video showing off step-by-step how Fujimura scored a 13-hit 1-bar combo from a crouching jab.


After smartly checking FAV|Ryuusei’s dash attempt with the light punch, Fujimura went for the counterhit low fierce to V-Skill 2 kick to another crouch jab, and that’s where things start getting more nutty.


The galaxy brain of this pro SF5 player was on full display by then going into neutral medium punch to EX Kikoken that is only possible against crouching opponents, but wait, he went from a neutral normal to a charge special?


From looking at the replay inputs, HiFight was able to determine that Fujimura used the up-back tech that briefly returns the input to neutral, which was popularized by the Oro loop combos (although it was discovered and used prior to that).


After that, the Ultimate Grand Master-ranked Chun went into low forward to another Kikoken while keeping his down-up charge to finish it all off with a Spinning Bird Kick.


HiFight wanted to end the breakdown with a recreation of the combo by himself, but even he was not able to pull off the string after many attempts in Training.


Unfortunately, those flashy technical combos were not enough for Fujimura to take the set since he’d end up going down 3-2 to Ryuusei, but we’re much more interested to see what tricks he’s still holding back with Chunners as the event continues.









Source: Culled From Event Hubs.

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