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Veers
02-22-2003, 12:10 AM
Okay, so since gaming's been being discussed a bit lately, I figured I'd bring this up. These are screen shots from Oni, a PC game I have (for those of you who don't recognize it). You play as Konoko (not the one I have screen shots of) and it's obviously a beat-'em-up. Anyway, so I beat the game a while back and it unlocks the cheat function to (among others) play as any character. Naturally, I went for the quickest characters (known in the game as "Furies"), which are the ones I have some screen shots of.

Big deal, you say...but, after breaking necks and backs with Konoko and her style, I permantly switched over to using the Furies...for one of two reasons. One, they move fast, hit fast, and recover fast. Two, they have very cool grabs.

All this leads up to this question...

Are the following screen shots moves made up for the game, or are they real?

Enjoy... (I tried to get multiple angles, but the game doesn't stop to let you admire the scenery...hopefully with these angles you'll get an idea of how it goes/looks...)

Punk 1 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/1flip01.jpg)
Punk 1 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/1flip02.jpg)
Punk 1 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/1flip03.jpg)
Punk 1 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/1flip04.jpg)
Punk 1 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/1flip05.jpg)
Punk 1 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/1flip06.jpg)

Punk 2 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/2flip07.jpg)
Punk 2 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/2flip08.jpg)
Punk 2 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/2flip09.jpg)
Punk 2 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/2flip10.jpg)
Punk 2 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/2flip11.jpg)
Punk 2 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/2flip12.jpg)
Punk 2 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/2flip13.jpg)

Punk 3 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/3flip14.jpg)
Punk 3 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/3flip15.jpg)
Punk 3 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/3flip16.jpg)
Punk 3 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/3flip17.jpg)

Punk 4 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/4flip18.jpg)
Punk 4 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/4flip19.jpg)
Punk 4 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/4flip20.jpg)
Punk 4 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/4flip21.jpg)

Punk 5 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/5flip22.jpg)
Punk 5 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/5flip23.jpg)
Punk 5 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/5flip24.jpg)
Punk 5 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/5flip25.jpg)
Punk 5 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/5flip26.jpg)

Punk 6 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/6flip27.jpg)
Punk 6 (http://pwp.clearsource.net/mlyons/6flip28.jpg)

bob_stra
02-22-2003, 04:15 AM
They're hard to make out, Jonathan. Still, I identified ippon seionage, wrist twist and shoulder wheel within the "Punk" series.

ikkainogakusei
03-05-2003, 03:08 PM
They're hard to make out, Jonathan. Still, I identified ippon seionage, wrist twist and shoulder wheel within the "Punk" series.
Though I am not a Judo expert, I have had some training, and I'll second that assessment.

I found a link with photos, is this the move you saw in the game?

http://www.geocities.com/ncljitsu/ipponseionage.html

:ai: :) :ai:

Thalib
03-05-2003, 07:09 PM
I'll third that... it's definitely the famous "ippon-dori". It's just that the way she did it is something that a Judo-ka won't do. She grabs him from behind, ukemi around his shoulder and uses the momentum to do the ippon-dori. Something that a lucha libre would do.

Except for the last two (Punk 6), She grabs him from behind but instead of ukemi forward, she did a shihonage type of movement forces him to follow her and uses her shoulder to block him from turning around and then do the ippon-dori.

Veers
03-06-2003, 08:47 AM
Yeah, she uses the momentum...and yes, the last one is a different move.

In 1,2,3,5, you run up behind them...she grabs under their arm, flips, and uses the momentum to throw them. In 4, she steps inside their block, grabs the arm, and flips them. In 6, she grabs their left forearm from behind and does a "normal" over-the-shoulder throw, like in 4, only back-to-back instead of back-to-stomach.