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CV Spotlight: Doopliss’ SF4 Combo Video

December 27th, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

If you liked the Fun With SF4 video posted here a couple weeks back, i think you’ll love this latest release from Doopliss aka DaDoppen. It’s five minutes of clever and unusual combos featuring nearly half the cast of SF4.

“What Just Happened?” – A Street Fighter IV Combo Video

My favorite part has to be the Abel rekka sweep juggle at 0:38. That looks too cool. There are lots of other great ideas throughout the video, like the original Chun Li combo at 2:33, a seven-hit Dan super juggle at 3:17, and a whole section of Honda combos starting at 1:33.

And if that wasn’t enough, check out the last Dhalsim combo. He manages to hit Seth after dizzying him! We haven’t seen anything like it before and frankly it makes no sense. It should be interesting to see if any other character can duplicate that feat.

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  1. Pokey86
    December 28th, 2009 at 13:16 | #1

    I know of only one other way to hit during stun state.

    During El Fuerte’s glitchy combo of Tortilla spin (I think thats the name, the back run throw) To LK

    If you stun with with the throw, the LK will still hit, whetherthe super hits after or not, i haven’t a clue

  2. December 28th, 2009 at 13:34 | #2


    Back Habanero Dash -> HP for the Propeller Tortilla, but you are correct in that if the attack dizzies the person between the first and 5th hits, the move will work until completion. I didn’t count whether the combo counter increases still or not.

  3. December 28th, 2009 at 15:27 | #3

    Pokey86: The super doesn’t hit unfortunately. That seems to be the way with these post-dizzy hits. You only get one i guess.

  4. Smileymike101
    December 28th, 2009 at 16:42 | #4

    How does stun work when you focus absorb a hit?Like a block where you take no stun but resets the counter of which the stun decreses or what?

  5. SaikyoBeast
    December 29th, 2009 at 14:02 | #5

    it counts toward your stun counter but won’t stun you until the next time you get hit.

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