Desk recreates EVO moment #37 simultaneously in two different games, uses a finger skateboard to KO, and more in new combo video

Trick shots are the name of the game this time

Posted by Steven 'Dreamking23' Chavez • June 24, 2018 at 7:35 a.m. PDT | Comments: 38

At this point, I'm pretty sure Desk is just showing off... and I think I speak for everyone when I say that's absolutely okay.

The consistent combo creator seemingly ups the ante with each video he puts out, putting together more intricate sequences and stipulations for himself. Earlier this year, we saw Desk release a combo video featuring him unable to use his right hand due to injury.

This time, the focus of Desk's video is "trick shots." Essentially, instead of coming up with the most intricate combos he can find in-game, Desk sets up in-real-life scenarios that would make performing anything in Street Fighter 5, Ultra Street Fighter 4, and Street Fighter 3 Third Strike difficult for the average person.

There are a lot of one-handed sequences to see here, which has become par for the course with Desk as of late. However, many of the clips here feature Desk doing something completely different with the other hand, such as spinning a drum stick and even loading a game into a Sega Dreamcast (because why not?).

You just haven't seen a full Chun-Li super parry in Street Fighter 5 until you've seen it closed out with a big flip with a Tech Deck mini skateboard to land the KO. And speaking of parries, this video includes a recreation of EVO moment #37 in Street Fighter 5 and Street Fighter 3 Third Strike simultaneously: the left hand for Street Fighter 3 and the right for Street Fighter 5.

Below is a quick clip to get you started. Be sure to catch Desk's full video after the jump.

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