Correct me if I'm wrong.
Correct me if I'm wrong.
I keep looking at the title of this thread and are SFxT and TxSF two different games? If so what's the difference between them?
One's made by Capcom in the style of SF and the other is made by Namco in the style of Tekken.
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The game is still the bomb though. I could care less about sales.
And i'll be purchasing the DLC. Well, if I want it by that point.
But if it is a super duba new weapon for my shooter game with just a different map, I will pay 10 bucks straight. Times have changes and this is business after all. Back than you got your Final Fantasy on 4 discs with the whole story on it... Now you have damn DLC's and cliffhanger endings + weapons you have to pay for.
Just look at other companies which are revealing DLCs even before the actual release. Capcom is doing it... All are crying!
And if you still think there will be an ultimate version incoming even if it is already revelealed that all 12 characters will be one huge DLC later on (All 12 = 20 bucks) with the release of the Vita version, than sorry, we don't have to talk.
Seeing your avatar...Did you wait for the Gold Edition of RE ot have you bought it before? Weren't you mad that there were DLC campaigns you have to pay for but later on were included in a cheaper gold edition?
Unlike some people, you for example, I'm astute about my purchases. I skipped on SFIV because I knew Capcom would re-release it and they did. So I bought SSFIV and skipped on the Arcade Edition. I knew UMVC3 was coming before Capcom did and I purchased that rather than MVC3. Street Fighter x Tekken will not be an exception. Next.
Last edited by Angelus Dominus; March 19th, 2012 at 11:22 AM.
And stop your insults^^ But one question. Do you buy any games after all? Cuz all new games have some DLC sooner or later on... some even on the first day announced? All fo the game are unfinished by your logic... But hey as long as it isn't Capcom, cuz I'm butthurt of not having MegaMan, it is OK.
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Now you are mad cuz Capcom is so bad to you announcing DLCs... Oh wait I see DLCs everywhere. Stupid ASSHOLES I won't buy games anymore, even if I already have a 40 + roster and LATER on get 12 characters for 20 bucks.
Hey some sequels are bringing even less new on the table but you have to pay the full price. CoD for example...
I like your avatar so I'll give you another shot at that.
Fact is I think all DLC from all companies are bullshit. Arkham City with those ridiculous outfits, FFXIII-2 may as well have been 50% or 60% complete when they released it because every other week that was DLC that you had to pay for. Even after releasing UMVC3 Capcom still charged players for Jill and another character. Now, someone like you who begs, prays to be the center of attention shits himself whenever a game is released because DAY ONE you need to purchase all the "patches" that should have been part of these games when they release.
I prefer to wait. That's what smart gamers do.
While, by no means, do I consider this one of the best fighting games Capcom has ever created, I am very much enjoying the game. It's a lot of fun, and most importantly, I'm having a lot of fun with friends on this game.
And I don't mind the DLC. They could have easily have made the same progress they've made now with the DLC characters and NOT put them on the disc to hide the fact that they have the DLC already prepared, and no one would have bitched. I don't see DLC as ways that I'm forced to pay Capcom money. I see them as ways to give Capcom money for my enjoyment of the game, kind of like a charity that I get something out of.
And if I buy the character: it's because I really like this game and because I really like the characters up for purchase (cause I really, really do like almost all of them).
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And what's wrong with having all that stuff already in the game? I think what we have here is a failure to communicate. Both sides have arguments but we're not hearing each other.
Your argument: DLC content is fine.
My argument: Why DLC? Why can't the developers already put that stuff in the game before it's released.
Your argument: If I like a game I'll pay for the DLC.
My argument: So there's nothing wrong with paying more than $60 for one game?
Now I could be wrong, but I don't recall paying for anything AFTER I brought the game during the 8-bit, 16-bit, 32-bit, 128-bit (cause no one actually bought an N64 really), and even during the early part of the current console generation. After year one however developers started boning us.
Last edited by Angelus Dominus; March 19th, 2012 at 12:11 PM.
Here's the thing:
DLC was originally meant to extend gameplay without creating a full blown sequel if one wasn't necessary, they did charge for it, but it was a legitamite add on that added more levels/missions.
But now DLC has become on disk pre-planned nonsense that completely defeated the purpose of it's original intention.
DLC should not be on the disk, since the player BOUGHT the disk. Every thing on that disk should belong to the player.
I don't buy a house and have two rooms locked that I have to buy a key to open, that principle alone is ridiculous.
It being pre-planned isn't necessarily a bad thing, but when DLC is not used to extend gameplay anymore and just used as a money making scheme it is.
Castlevania for PS3 is an example of this done correctly.
Anyway you can see DLC as you want, but sadly times have changed to it... And seriously.. on disc is really lame... BUT let us compare 12 unique characters to let me say CoC.
We got a yearly CoD (and I have nothing against CoD) with more or less the same game mechanic + some add ons... BUT nothing really new... But still I have to pay 60 bucks. Other games as well... even if some of them are not yearly releases
For SFxT I will get 12 characters for 20 bucks... If you go alone by the numbers of characters it is a fair pricing. Other fighting games and there sequels bring even less to the table on new mechanics and characters but you have to pay the full price
Of course I would enjoy the game with all 12 characters at the very beginning... but like i tried to tell you. Times have changed. Back than I could enjoy a movie in cinema without being forced to pay extra for 3D (I hate 3d but like going into cinema and certain movies) cuz the movie isn't out in 2d in the cinemas.
I'm not a friend of DLC and overall agree with you. BUT sadly this isn't the case anymore... But god bless our free mind... You alone can chose if you buy a DLC or not. And I rather buy 12 characters than for example outfits, weapons or such stupid stuff as I mentioned before.
The only thing I dislike are people now forcing all the hate towards Capcom (OK they managed it stupid with the whole on disc shit) if a lot of other companies are doing the same shit (day one DLCs and so on). That's a double standard in my eyes
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