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    For you street fighter 3rd strike fans out there

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    I ain't played for a long time but this video just shows one of the craziest sf moments I ever seen. Its been out for a while but I only just saw it, total madness.

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    Daigo showing us all how the game is meant to be played hehe
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    That was a pretty cool comeback to parry every single hit of that super with such low health. It's a shame third strike ain't on the gamecube so I had to settle for capcom vs snk 2 and its impossible to use the parry groove on with the ridiculously small gc controller d-pad .

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    yeah the come back was insane, Daigo is the worlds best player though, but still to pull that off in the comp finals with zero health...gr8 moment.
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    I noticed the in that video that the players seemed to use arcade style controllers is that the general preference with most hardcore players these days? Personally I prefer the d-pad config as I don't think I could pull off any combos with an arcade stick, in the end I guess it's a matter of pratice.

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