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@lordtheknight  unfortuanetly its those experienced developers that should be working on the Wii, not these 2nd raters. But WTH??? nothing we can do about, you'll do what you think is best, ill play whatever on whatever system and the world spins.



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oniyide said:

@lordtheknight  unfortuanetly its those experienced developers that should be working on the Wii, not these 2nd raters.(1) But WTH??? nothing we can do about(2), you'll do what you think is best, ill play whatever on whatever system and the world spins.


1. When did I claim otherwise? I was merely stating that the 2nd raters are doing their job better, by having a beter perspective on where the mistakes lie.

2. Again, not denying that either, but that doesn't mean I will be silent. I got bullied all my life, but I won't take this economic bullying lying down.



A flashy-first game is awesome when it comes out. A great-first game is awesome forever.

Plus, just for the hell of it: Kelly Brook at the 2008 BAFTAs

No offense to HD users but you shouldn't say a thing because you have no idea how annoying is this situation for Wii users to be treated like crap by 3d parties since the wii appeared. 5 years and we still have no respect is way too much.

In other times, the losing consoles would be receiving spin offs and games by 3d rate studios while the dominating console would be the one with the best efforts. But this generation the winner console and its users is treated like a leper, being snobbed by the 3d parties for whateverreasonitcomestothem no matter how ilogical and stupid it is. Is just not plain right.

And we have all the reason to complain simply because is an absurd treatement by the elitist third parties and we as customers must not stand that.I never understood why most of gamers treat 3d parties users ike Gods that should never be questioned while they are not doing their job as they should. Buying another console just because the douche moron from id or capcom or namco says so is a huge lack of respect to customers.

And  don't be 2 faced...if you were in our position you would do exactly the same.



There haven't been a lot of fighting games on the Wii.  I am not sure if Soul Calibur V would sell well on the Wii, but it would be cool if they made a Wii version with a few exclusive characters like Donkey Kong, Bowser, or Link.

As for me, I probably wouldn't get Soul Calibur on the Wii as the HD version would probably have vastly superior online play and better graphics.



 

Most anticipated games of 2011:

Uncharted 3,Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, Rocksmith

Modern Warfare 3, Super Mario 3D

 

Gojimaster said:

There haven't been a lot of fighting games on the Wii.  I am not sure if Soul Calibur V would sell well on the Wii, but it would be cool if they made a Wii version with a few exclusive characters like Donkey Kong, Bowser, or Link.

As for me, I probably wouldn't get Soul Calibur on the Wii as the HD version would probably have vastly superior online play and better graphics.


Well the HD systems haven't really been swimming in them either. It seems to be a neglected genre this gen.

This could be explained by the reduction in arcade style games in general, and the push for games with loads of presentation, which fighting games have never really been big on. It's hard to care about cut scenes and loads of polygons when you are busy trying to, well, play the game.



A flashy-first game is awesome when it comes out. A great-first game is awesome forever.

Plus, just for the hell of it: Kelly Brook at the 2008 BAFTAs

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LordTheNightKnight said:
Gojimaster said:

There haven't been a lot of fighting games on the Wii.  I am not sure if Soul Calibur V would sell well on the Wii, but it would be cool if they made a Wii version with a few exclusive characters like Donkey Kong, Bowser, or Link.

As for me, I probably wouldn't get Soul Calibur on the Wii as the HD version would probably have vastly superior online play and better graphics.


Well the HD systems haven't really been swimming in them either. It seems to be a neglected genre this gen.

This could be explained by the reduction in arcade style games in general, and the push for games with loads of presentation, which fighting games have never really been big on. It's hard to care about cut scenes and loads of polygons when you are busy trying to, well, play the game.

Fighting games seem to be making a resurgence on HD consoles though.  Soul Calibur V, Streetfighter vs. Tekken, Tekken vs. Streetfighter, Marvel vs. Capcom 3, and possibly Tekken Tag 2 (will get a console version sooner or later), are all on the horizon.  Marvel vs. Capcom 3 looks especially sweet, but at least Wii owners had TVC to balance out that game. 

Soul Calibur, however, is my all time fighting franchise.  I really hope they can redeem themselves with this game.  IMO, no Soul Calibur game has yet eclipsed SC1 on Dreamcast. 



 

Most anticipated games of 2011:

Uncharted 3,Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, Rocksmith

Modern Warfare 3, Super Mario 3D

 

Gojimaster said:
LordTheNightKnight said:
Gojimaster said:

There haven't been a lot of fighting games on the Wii.  I am not sure if Soul Calibur V would sell well on the Wii, but it would be cool if they made a Wii version with a few exclusive characters like Donkey Kong, Bowser, or Link.

As for me, I probably wouldn't get Soul Calibur on the Wii as the HD version would probably have vastly superior online play and better graphics.


Well the HD systems haven't really been swimming in them either. It seems to be a neglected genre this gen.

This could be explained by the reduction in arcade style games in general, and the push for games with loads of presentation, which fighting games have never really been big on. It's hard to care about cut scenes and loads of polygons when you are busy trying to, well, play the game.

Fighting games seem to be making a resurgence on HD consoles though.  Soul Calibur V, Streetfighter vs. Tekken, Tekken vs. Streetfighter, Marvel vs. Capcom 3, and possibly Tekken Tag 2 (will get a console version sooner or later), are all on the horizon.  Marvel vs. Capcom 3 looks especially sweet, but at least Wii owners had TVC to balance out that game. 

Soul Calibur, however, is my all time fighting franchise.  I really hope they can redeem themselves with this game.  IMO, no Soul Calibur game has yet eclipsed SC1 on Dreamcast. 


Those are just a few games. Even being big names, they are just a few. Compare that to the loads of games from last gens.



A flashy-first game is awesome when it comes out. A great-first game is awesome forever.

Plus, just for the hell of it: Kelly Brook at the 2008 BAFTAs

oniyide said:

Are you people joking???? HD gamers dont complain near as much as the Ninty guys about not getting games. for god's sake there are STILL people crying about DeadSpace, RE5, SSF4, SC4, GTA hell the list goes on and on.

@lordtheknight  even more reason to stop complaining, if this crap hasnt changed in four years what makes you think that 3rd parties will all of a sudden start to care. At least switch up your tactics because what fans have been doing cleary does not work


EA and Capcom said there were testing the water on Wii to see how people would buy their games.

RE4 sold 1.6million or so not bad for a 4year port on a 4th console. Was this test not successful enough for them to warrant RE5?

That is the problem people have with RE5, Capcom said shit and they didn't hold up to their word. The controls of RE4 on were are still one of the best implemented controls on Wii to date.



 

 

Cobretti2 said:
oniyide said:

Are you people joking???? HD gamers dont complain near as much as the Ninty guys about not getting games. for god's sake there are STILL people crying about DeadSpace, RE5, SSF4, SC4, GTA hell the list goes on and on.

@lordtheknight  even more reason to stop complaining, if this crap hasnt changed in four years what makes you think that 3rd parties will all of a sudden start to care. At least switch up your tactics because what fans have been doing cleary does not work


EA and Capcom said there were testing the water on Wii to see how people would buy their games.

RE4 sold 1.6million or so not bad for a 4year port on a 4th console. Was this test not successful enough for them to warrant RE5?

That is the problem people have with RE5, Capcom said shit and they didn't hold up to their word. The controls of RE4 on were are still one of the best implemented controls on Wii to date.


And instead the just stole it for the Move version of 5... which you have to buy again if you arleady bought it on the PS3, as the first release doesn't work with it. This means Capcom screwed Wii and PS3 customers.

Oh, and someone actually hinted that if TvC sold well, there might be a certain other game for the Wii, and it later turned out that game wasn't even considered for a Wii port.

This pisses me off more than anything else. Namco neglected the Wii in some parts, but still supported it in others. Capcom actually spit on their customers.



A flashy-first game is awesome when it comes out. A great-first game is awesome forever.

Plus, just for the hell of it: Kelly Brook at the 2008 BAFTAs

jarrod said:
KylieDog said:
jarrod said:

lol.  All evidence except for the stuff cited right above you (DBZ, Naruto, TatsuCap).

If we based PS2's fighter sales potential off MVC2, GGX and Death by Degrees, what do you think it'd look like?


It would look like someone didn't research, MvC2 on PS2 was pulled from shelves very shorty after release because the license with Marvel expired.   It also cost next to nothing to develop since it was literally 90% cut and paste characters from previous Capcom fighters, not to mention arcades still being much more popular back then bringing in cash.  Any arcades now are not going to use the Wii version which would require its own development.

lol, research?  Practice what you preach...

1) MVC2 was not pulled from shelves, on any platform.  Capcom stopped new shipments due the license lapsing a full year after it had released on PS2 in late 2002 (the Xbox port released a few months later in early 2003, it was delayed due to back and forth on online play).  TVC on Wii has been on shelves less time than Capcom was doing new shipments for MVC2 PS2, and MVC2 was never recalled on any platform (that's not how expired licenses work, you stop new shipments, you don't buyback inventories already out there)...

2) "Any arcades now are not going to use the Wii version which would require its own development."?  Uh, you know this is exactly what Capcom did with TVC right?

Which is precisely why noone will release big fighter for Wii.  SC is bit diffrent here but they already have assets for HD version which will likely be reused.



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