So I've been playing a lot of skate 3 recently, and I can't figure out how to dub. I know that you gotta put some sort of object that you go near, but for me all that does is make me flip super fast at first, and then stop flipping... Any tips ns?
The worst is after a nice long ski season rocking your tall t and some shorts around and people looking at you like your slinging crack. - hfisher
I would just look for a map to download that has some keyword like dub or megaramp in it most likely somebody has made one that you can study and practice on. If your making one though you have to position the object either above or below your skater when he's roughly halfway through the air. the positioning has to be pretty close to his body when you go over/under said object or else it wont work.
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Triples are hard as hell to get the right place set up to do them, but doubles are easy. I've found that triple flatspins are the easiest, hah.
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