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Posted By: Spottedfeather Game Question - 08/18/06 12:40 PM
I love the Capcom/Marvel fighting games but I have a question. Which game is it in where the character has a move wherein the character will send out a beam or ray and a column of ice and debris will spring up out of the ground, and if the enemy gets in it or is standing over the spot where the ice column starts, the enemy is momentarilly turned to ice ? Also, when the characters gain a certain amount of energy, you can press a combination of buttons to do a special combo move. Is there a list that tells which buttons do each move for each characters ? Thanks.
Posted By: Thargok Re: Game Question - 08/18/06 01:51 PM
This is probably not the best place to ask such questions as most people using mame enjoy the classics, however I would try gamefaqs.com
Posted By: Spottedfeather Re: Game Question - 08/18/06 02:21 PM
Alright. Just another quick question. In the game I mentioned, there are two move : Heart Of Darkness and Inferno. Along with the names of the moves, there are combinations of letters that I don't understand. They are Inferno (HCB +P) and Heart Of Darkness (QCT+KK). What do the letters mean ?
Posted By: Jean-Philippe Re: Game Question - 08/19/06 09:26 PM
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Originally posted by Spottedfeather:
Alright. Just another quick question. In the game I mentioned, there are two move : Heart Of Darkness and Inferno. Along with the names of the moves, there are combinations of letters that I don't understand. They are Inferno (HCB +P) and Heart Of Darkness (QCT+KK). What do the letters mean ?
HCB = Half Circle Backwards
QCT (assuming it's the same as QCF) = Quarter Circle Towards(Forwards)
P = any Punch button
KK = any two Kick buttons

I'm not sure but the game you mentionend in your first post could be "X-Men Children Of The Atom". In this game you could play Iceman which has some "icy" special moves (although I don't remember if you can freeze your opponent).

Given actual standards, Thargok, a number of CPS2 fighting games, even if they will never be as old as Arkano?ěd, Pac-Man or Space Invaders, can de facto be considered as "Classics". It has been more than 10 years now since X-Men C.O.T.A. Except for "Marvel Super Heroes VS Street Fighter" (why ? I don't know) that I see from time to time, these games are really hard to find in french Arcade Game Center.
Posted By: Spottedfeather Re: Game Question - 08/20/06 07:16 AM
Thanks for the help.
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