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zZz Insane zZz
05-20-2009, 10:08 PM
First thing do the tutorials(ALL of them). They explain everything quite well. Second when you start your career, dont accept a top 10 ranked opponents fight until you are at least a 2nd degree in both your disciplines. If you accept a fight against a stage 3 Muah Tai guy and your a stage 1 kickboxer YOU WILL BE DOMINATED. Third, know your opponent in and out, dont power strike constantly just pick them apart with your advantages. For intstance if your fighting a guy that keeps going for the tai clinch, use a kickboxer and straight kick him back until he gets the point. If a wrestler keeps shooting, start working the lower body and legs. And practice really does make perfect at this game.

GeezusDylan160
05-20-2009, 10:42 PM
First thing do the tutorials(ALL of them). They explain everything quite well. Second when you start your career, dont accept a top 10 ranked opponents fight until you are at least a 2nd degree in both your disciplines. If you accept a fight against a stage 3 Muah Tai guy and your a stage 1 kickboxer YOU WILL BE DOMINATED. Third, know your opponent in and out, dont power strike constantly just pick them apart with your advantages. For intstance if your fighting a guy that keeps going for the tai clinch, use a kickboxer and straight kick him back until he gets the point. If a wrestler keeps shooting, start working the lower body and legs. And practice really does make perfect at this game.

Finally someone else who realizes rushing through the game doesn't help you. :p