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darkknightkryta said:
Weedlab said:
darkknightkryta said:
I wouldn't mind Street Fighter 5 a few years in. I know Capcom is milking Street Fighter 4 as hard as they can, but realistically, this is nothing compared to what they did during the PSX days. 3 Street Fighter 3s, 3 Street Fighter Alphas, two SNK games, and 5 Marvel games. That's not even all the fighters Capcom made at that time, Jo Jos, Darkstalkers etc. I think fighting games from Capcom need to be spaced out or else they'll run into the same troubles that the PSX games did.


That was their excuse for the relatively poor sales of SF X TK - cannibalization and a saturated (fighting game) market. However, a lot of people abstained from the game because of the lack of content and BS moves like on disc DLC. I think those were factors too.

I agree with space between titles. I'm not in a rush to play SFV to be honest, neither MvsC4. I would like a new Capcom vs SNK game though.

They really did screw themselves over with Street Fighter X Tekken.  Just looking at the combo system and the super system; it's actually what Street Fighter 4 should have been.  The game's content was fine, but the gems ruined it.


I could not agree more about the gems. To me, the implementation of the gems was horribly executed. They should have left it out together. I like the tag and combo systems.



 

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Augen said:
aikohualda said:
dont forget the supercallifragilisticexpialidocious street fighter 4


The sound of it is something quite atrocious. 

It's rather hopeles the way you feel about the game.



The rEVOLution is not being televised

Viper1 said:
Street Fighter II stopped being cool after Super or Hyper.


Hyper was the last one I bought (well except for the HD remix). I didn't bother with the successive versions. (Turbo was good though) Hyper served me just fine until the HD remix.



 

Playstation = The Beast from the East

Sony + Nintendo = WIN! PS3 + PSV + PS4 + Wii U + 3DS


Viper1 said:
Augen said:
aikohualda said:
dont forget the supercallifragilisticexpialidocious street fighter 4


The sound of it is something quite atrocious. 

It's rather hopeles the way you feel about the game.


If you say it loud enough though you will always sound precocious. 



Duh. We haven't even gotten Ultra Super Deluxe SFIV Arcade Tournament Championship Edition+ yet.



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Weedlab said:
darkknightkryta said:

They really did screw themselves over with Street Fighter X Tekken.  Just looking at the combo system and the super system; it's actually what Street Fighter 4 should have been.  The game's content was fine, but the gems ruined it.


I could not agree more about the gems. To me, the implementation of the gems was horribly executed. They should have left it out together. I like the tag and combo systems.

Yeah, the combo system was balanced.  Street Fighter 4 is too advanced; more so than Street Fighter 3.  SF X Tekken managed to give you easy button based combos as well as the advanced timing based combos, best of both worlds.



Viper1 said:
Augen said:
aikohualda said:
dont forget the supercallifragilisticexpialidocious street fighter 4


The sound of it is something quite atrocious. 

It's rather hopeles the way you feel about the game.

and for bonus... they have Eliza.... with ken's move but instead of fire she have ice....

and ryu's cousin's step-brother's sister in law's neighbor's master!!!!! and he is good... even if he is old...

and dont forget dhalsim's elephant keeper... his name is Randeep



 

darkknightkryta said:
Weedlab said:
darkknightkryta said:
 

They really did screw themselves over with Street Fighter X Tekken.  Just looking at the combo system and the super system; it's actually what Street Fighter 4 should have been.  The game's content was fine, but the gems ruined it.


I could not agree more about the gems. To me, the implementation of the gems was horribly executed. They should have left it out together. I like the tag and combo systems.

Yeah, the combo system was balanced.  Street Fighter 4 is too advanced; more so than Street Fighter 3.  SF X Tekken managed to give you easy button based combos as well as the advanced timing based combos, best of both worlds.


Yea, and I REALLY wanted to see Namco's version of the cross over, but sadly,it doesn't seem like much has been done on that front. :/ It's harder (but not impossible) for me to picture SF characters in the Tekken universe though (than the reverse).

 



 

Playstation = The Beast from the East

Sony + Nintendo = WIN! PS3 + PSV + PS4 + Wii U + 3DS


Weedlab said:
darkknightkryta said:
Weedlab said:
darkknightkryta said:
 

They really did screw themselves over with Street Fighter X Tekken.  Just looking at the combo system and the super system; it's actually what Street Fighter 4 should have been.  The game's content was fine, but the gems ruined it.


I could not agree more about the gems. To me, the implementation of the gems was horribly executed. They should have left it out together. I like the tag and combo systems.

Yeah, the combo system was balanced.  Street Fighter 4 is too advanced; more so than Street Fighter 3.  SF X Tekken managed to give you easy button based combos as well as the advanced timing based combos, best of both worlds.


Yea, and I REALLY wanted to see Namco's version of the cross over, but sadly,it doesn't seem like much has been done on that front. :/ It's harder (but not impossible) for me to picture SF characters in the Tekken universe though (than the reverse).

 

Yeah, no idea what's up with that.  Especially if Harada had time to do those pictures with Ono.



I'm actually ok with the new releases just being dlc reasonably priced dlc. When they're standalone versions with a 40+ price tag... that's a problem.



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