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RHG vs. JibberJabber

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My 4th RHG battle. This one's against JibberJabber. Neato background effects and stuff, but I was hoping to make it twice as long (to fit the song).

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good but

i had to really focus to see the green guy. it kinda looked like he was fighting air from a far distance

Kwing responds:

Really? I thought the contrast was fine.

Pretty good!

All I can say is "I must really grind your gears" xD not long but it was still good.

Kwing responds:

Thanks. I did try to make it longer but didn't have time.

kinda short

but intertaining ;)

All geared up ? lol :P

Kwing responds:

Yeah I know the puns were shitty. That's the point :)

cool

just cool..
;P

Kwing responds:

=D Thanks!

Good!

I liked it. You added good music this time, you used camera, and the animation is pretty slick as always. I also like the quotes at the end.

My problems were that sometimes Stephen Walking's movement was a bit too swift, like where he climbed underneath thing. He climbed the bar underneath without a single pause and it kind of felt like everything he did, he did so sliding into it without a single breath. Also, the end attack kind of made no sense. I have yet to see Stephen Walking with an actual finisher. Also, there should be a replay button.

Overall, it was pretty good. I wanna see you kick Terkoiz's ass one of these days.

Kwing responds:

Thanks. I used to double-frame some parts but I just lost that ability somehow. I don't know how to stall or use anticipation, though I'll work on it.