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  1. Cesta

    The "Help Using a Joystick" Thread

    MC Cthulhu + IMP + [any common ground 360 PCB - the TE's works] You'll have to solder, and the RJ45 (detachable cables) mod is preferable. However, you'll get PS1/2/3, Xbox, 360, NES, SNES, Genesis, Saturn, TG16, 3DO, Gamecube, and a few other supported consoles
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    Question to all FightStick Users

    Most people just buy Madcatz TEs these days - they use genuine (sanwa) arcade parts, have a nice case (cable storage!), are easy to mod, and are relatively inexpensive given the cost of components. The old Round 1 and/or Round 2 TEs are frequently on sale for $100 + shipping.
  3. You can't buffer a dash in an attack. Also, no need to 666X; just 66~A (Hold the second 6 briefly and hit A immediately after it).
  4. EX characters were also "rebalanced" for AC+... as much as that matters.
  5. Doesn't matter. The Japanese console port of AC (not AC+) had lots of issues which were fixed in the American AC. AC+ brought those fixes back to Japan, but it also added some more stuff (an actual 3v3 mode being the thing that stands out the most to me) that isn't directly related to typical play. Get whichever.
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    Explanation on techs?

    http://dustloop.com/guides/ggac/tech/ukemi.html It's for Guilty Gear, but still very applicable to BB. For 3, it depends on the situation. A good tech may put you back a neutral (or even an advantage), whereas bad techs will put you right back on defense or make you eat a combo.
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    Post your GGXXNET character edits!

    Odd request if you're still around and still have these edits... Is there anyway I can just get a copy of the "Spicy Hot Testament" as he is in the big picture? I just want a solo copy and trying to copy and paste took the quality and size away from it. =x
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    Faust in Accent Core: Game Play/Stategy

    I'm not sure if anyone's asked this question or if it's been answered in a guide. I can't seem to find it. When doing 236236S, is there a way to determine what you get out of the chests?