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Tekken 7 - The seven Musketeers of Jin Kazama Compilation inspirational Video

Eddy Wang

Skarlet scientist

It took me over a month to Edit this thing, its a project i had for a very long time, when some of these players videos started to disappear i had to move fast and download them as many as i could before any more epic stuff is lost.

There is 7 of the ones i consider to be the best Jin players in the whole world in this video, you can learn Tekken 7 Jin by watching these guys alone and have a very solid jin, i gave each one of them 8 minutes of glory, which is enough time to show why i made this video in first place.

Each one of them has their own combo signatures, playstyle signatures, setups signatures, its incredibly rare to see things they share in common except for a few BnBs, but they all are insanely good at one different thing Jin offers

Orange: Which i consider to be the best Jin in the world, is the best Setplay and wall master, against this guy you don't want to be locked up in the wall due the 50-50 mixup game jin has at the wall with very unsafe lows and every single wallsplat and overhead of his are safe except for ECD1.

CherryBerryMango: Which i consider the second best Jin in the world, has the best combos and setups situations from almost anything, he is very diring and is willing to pullout shit out of his ass when you think "nah, this is shit is way too risky" He even pays homage to a japanese player which i dunno the name and call him "F4guy" by using his type of offense and locking someone up with F4 for long periods of time in one game.

Hao: This guys is most people favorite for a reason, i wasn't buying until i watch him play T7, and the video speaks for itself

Knee: Knee represents what EWHF can do, so he represents more how jin can be used as a Mishima character like Kazuya, Heihachi and DJin, his style is pretty straight forward, he also borrows style from other players, like orange's empty regular dashes that gives the impression that he is coming heavy with somehing but is actually just a dash with nothing with the sole point of keep you pinned afraid of pressing a button.

Amigo: This Japanese Jin is so hype that he has won every other Jin in this category by clutch, amazing sidesteps and reactions and an insane hype bringer, sadly amigo has very short footages on the internet, some got lost, so i had to be a bit radical on his edit.

Shudy: Though i think he is kinda good but not to the status where i elevate the other guys, the tekken community has suggesting him a lot on a thread i made last year, so i added him to this list, Shudy is a reckless pressure type of jin and will apply a very offense game, he also takes anything into the fun side even when losing, he has some of the greatest conversions of moves jin players find annoying to use, Shudy makes it look easy

Kajek: This is the youngest favorite Jin in my list, not only he has more footage than the ones i wanted on that vid in exhange of Shudy, but he also has his very owns setups signatures and EWHF signatures, be sure to check him out, the song playing during Kajek compilation was initialy the one i wanted to use for the whole video, but then i though giving each one a music to identify their playsignatures was probably for the best.


There are segments which play intentionally during some parts of each music, those are intended to represent particularities of these players in certain aspects.

Enjoy and hope you like the video, it will take you an how to finish tho.

@Protagonist_1
@JJvercetti
@exflyingbooty
@SaltShaker
@vegeta
@Slips
@villainous monk
@Widow Puppy
@buyacushun
@Evil Canadian
@ETC Mcfly
@Youphemism
 

buyacushun

Normalize grab immunity.
Each one of them has their own combo signatures, playstyle signatures, setups signatures, its incredibly rare to see things they share in common except for a few BnBs, but they all are insanely good at one different thing Jin offers
I'll take a look tomorrow. But I have to say I love that Tekken is one of the games where this happens. Matches don't feel stage if 3 different people main the same character cause of how different they could be. Just from what moves their used to using.
 

buyacushun

Normalize grab immunity.
Oh yeah. @WidowPuppy I haven't seen him in a while.

Submit this to the news site. Generate some hype for T7 for the curious. Plus give your name some recognition. Maybe add some explanations of cool shit throughout the video.
 

just_2swift

King of Edenia.

It took me over a month to Edit this thing, its a project i had for a very long time, when some of these players videos started to disappear i had to move fast and download them as many as i could before any more epic stuff is lost.

There is 7 of the ones i consider to be the best Jin players in the whole world in this video, you can learn Tekken 7 Jin by watching these guys alone and have a very solid jin, i gave each one of them 8 minutes of glory, which is enough time to show why i made this video in first place.

Each one of them has their own combo signatures, playstyle signatures, setups signatures, its incredibly rare to see things they share in common except for a few BnBs, but they all are insanely good at one different thing Jin offers

Orange: Which i consider to be the best Jin in the world, is the best Setplay and wall master, against this guy you don't want to be locked up in the wall due the 50-50 mixup game jin has at the wall with very unsafe lows and every single wallsplat and overhead of his are safe except for ECD1.

CherryBerryMango: Which i consider the second best Jin in the world, has the best combos and setups situations from almost anything, he is very diring and is willing to pullout shit out of his ass when you think "nah, this is shit is way too risky" He even pays homage to a japanese player which i dunno the name and call him "F4guy" by using his type of offense and locking someone up with F4 for long periods of time in one game.

Hao: This guys is most people favorite for a reason, i wasn't buying until i watch him play T7, and the video speaks for itself

Knee: Knee represents what EWHF can do, so he represents more how jin can be used as a Mishima character like Kazuya, Heihachi and DJin, his style is pretty straight forward, he also borrows style from other players, like orange's empty regular dashes that gives the impression that he is coming heavy with somehing but is actually just a dash with nothing with the sole point of keep you pinned afraid of pressing a button.

Amigo: This Japanese Jin is so hype that he has won every other Jin in this category by clutch, amazing sidesteps and reactions and an insane hype bringer, sadly amigo has very short footages on the internet, some got lost, so i had to be a bit radical on his edit.

Shudy: Though i think he is kinda good but not to the status where i elevate the other guys, the tekken community has suggesting him a lot on a thread i made last year, so i added him to this list, Shudy is a reckless pressure type of jin and will apply a very offense game, he also takes anything into the fun side even when losing, he has some of the greatest conversions of moves jin players find annoying to use, Shudy makes it look easy

Kajek: This is the youngest favorite Jin in my list, not only he has more footage than the ones i wanted on that vid in exhange of Shudy, but he also has his very owns setups signatures and EWHF signatures, be sure to check him out, the song playing during Kajek compilation was initialy the one i wanted to use for the whole video, but then i though giving each one a music to identify their playsignatures was probably for the best.


There are segments which play intentionally during some parts of each music, those are intended to represent particularities of these players in certain aspects.

Enjoy and hope you like the video, it will take you an how to finish tho.

@Protagonist_1
@JJvercetti
@exflyingbooty
@SaltShaker
@vegeta
@Slips
@villainous monk
@Widow Puppy
@buyacushun
@Evil Canadian
@ETC Mcfly
@Youphemism
Tag me next time
 

Eddy Wang

Skarlet scientist
Tag me next time
Didn't knew you enjoy tekken, i will tag you next time.

Oh yeah. @WidowPuppy I haven't seen him in a while.

Submit this to the news site. Generate some hype for T7 for the curious. Plus give your name some recognition. Maybe add some explanations of cool shit throughout the video.
Hyping tekken on a NRS site, not sure if possible, even though some NRS players used to be Tekken players before tho.
 

buyacushun

Normalize grab immunity.
Didn't knew you enjoy tekken, i will tag you next time.


Hyping tekken on a NRS site, not sure if possible, even though some NRS players used to be Tekken players before tho.
I meant sites like Ehubs and SRK. Maybe one of those tekken sites, if they're not dead.
 

Hendrixson

boyish.
You did a really great job with this my man. Watched it in bits and pieces throughout the day, just finished it now.

I think my favorites were Knee and Kajek. EWHF is hype.
 

Eddy Wang

Skarlet scientist
Whilst I hate fighting Jin, I like the vid. Nice work man.
i get u, but you can relax now, uf2 crumple stun is gone, so no easy counters into corner carry, still can't help about f4 tho.
You did a really great job with this my man. Watched it in bits and pieces throughout the day, just finished it now.

I think my favorites were Knee and Kajek. EWHF is hype.
Godlike choices as well, I know i did this vid, but somehow i keep watching Kajek segment, he is just as good as the others to be ignored.

Good Job bro! ;)
;)
 

villainous monk

Terrible times breed terrible things, my lord.
This was a well put together vid right here. Godlike action you cut n edited to show so many different styles and set ups with such a variety of players to show case Jin. Really good ieda btw. I need to look at more stream archives and vids for Bryan myself.

I'm biased towards Knee because he's aslo a Fury player but I know his Jin is extremely dangerous.

Orange, Hao & Cherry tho... WoW. Those cancels and backdashes are epic. I play on a Crown 303 & a modded TE Fanta and I still can't replicate their movements that good. But this video has got me hyped to bring out those sticks again just to try.

Can't wait for Tekken 7.

Your keep the hype up. Awesome vid. And thanks for tagging me. Wouldn't want to miss this. Great job.
 

SaltShaker

In Zoning We Trust
@Eddy Wang i know you tagged me in the other Tekken thread but I replied here. Gotta go with Cherry Berry for me. To me Cherry's Jin play is the most original and unique, which makes it the most exciting for me to watch.