Argentinian combo maker Deidos released his Leona Heidern “V-Slasher” combo exhibition in KOF XIII. While the captures are still on camcorder, the quality is rather good and the combos range from the very basic to more complex set ups but still within the versus applicable combos.
El combo maker Argentino Deidos lanzó su CMV de Leona Heidern “V-Slasher” en KOF XIII. Aún con las capturas siendo grabadas con cámara portátil, son de buena calidad y los combos varían desde lo más básico hasta set ups más complicados pero aún así dentro del marco de combos para retas.
Legendary Spanish combo making duo Krusan and Tigre III, also known as the Combonauts, just released their latest KOF XIII combo exhibition video of so-called leftovers which, at the contrary of what the name suggest, it’s full of awe inducing combos and set ups. Edition is by the hand of Wolverine-Master. Another great video that shows that KOF XIII still has a lot of cool things to offer in the combo department.
As part of a very curious experiment, Nico user きくいちもんじ pitted KOF XIII characters in mirror match trying their Neo Maxes right at the same time, usually to show the invincibility frames some neo maxes have and some interesting results in case they hit each other. In the case of Mature and Vice, the player wanted to show that, while the start up animation it’s basically the same, the values of their NM is in fact different (Vice, in this case, having more invincibility frames).
ImbuedGold uploaded a very nice King of Fighters ’94 video that contains fully voiced acting dialogues, intros and endings of each and every team in the game along with some useful strategies to beat the highly difficult final boss Rugal Bernstein. A nice retrospective from the saga that started it all.
So you want to learn how to use Raiden/Big Bear? Brazilian maker The Last Kaede released a very detailed tutorial to get the basic steps to learn about the Australian wrestler. This includes safe jumps, basic combos, block strings and a good usage of his super drop kicks. Give it a go! The tutorial is in both English and Portuguese.
And we’re not short of combo videos, Dark Chaotix once again released a quality CMV featuring one of the DLC characters: EX Kyo Kusanagi. Practical and situational combos all alike in this video, a must watch.
Want to use Benimaru in your KOF XIII team? GuttsCL released a safe jumping set up and combo video for those who want to learn how to use him. Last combo includes the new ghost cross up glitch. Enjoy.
A new interesting bug has surfaced recently in The King of Fighters XIII, the Ghost Cross Up glitch, and Team Chaos L.A. have discovered some interesting combos by exploiting this new glitch. This combo video also displays other normal combos as well with some interesting set ups never seen before.
Combos and bugs were executed manually, no hacks or altered ROMs were used in this video.
For the explanation of the ghost cross up bug, please refer to THIS THREAD in our forums.
Big props to REALKIM from Team Chaos L.A.
Let’s auto-block every DM/SDM/NM with Maxima! Following the tradition from KOF 2002UM Video of Maxima auto-blocking everything on his way, じぇふ released the KOF XIII edition of Today’s Maxima Guard Point Report (a play of Japan’s Today’s Homerun Report show). Enjoy!
Now how about some good SNK fan made music? Chilean band New Gamer Order delivers a quite awesome live performance of some tracks from The King of Fighters and Fatal Fury.
The playlist is as follows:
- Seoul Town (Kim Team) from KOF 2002UM.
- Tears (Kyo Kusanagi) from KOF ’99.
- London March (Billy Kane) from Fatal Fury Special.
- Fairy (Chizuru Kagura) from KOF ’96.
- Bloody (New Face Team) from KOF ’97.
- In Spite Of One’s Age (Master Team) from KOF ’98.
- Geese’s Anthem (Geese Howard) from Fatal Fury.
- Rumble in the City (Ikari Team) from KOF ’96.
- WWIII (Ikari Team) from KOF ’99.
- Esaka? (Japan Team) from KOF ’96.
- Esaka Continues (Japan Team) from KOF XIII.
- Funky Esaka (Japan Team) from KOF ’95.
A quite good listen for all the SNK fans!