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    You know, for a character who has never had a romantic fling with anyone, Chun-Li sure gets shipped with everyone. Even Ken, and he's married!

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    Some by NeoGAF said to be reliable Rrandom informations:

    - Unreal Engine 4
    - Stage won't be static. They will load with random time of day and weather. Not entirely random though, not all stages will have all ToD nor weather conditions. Won't affect gameply, just to make stage look more evolutive and less static. Destructible stages.
    - New system called V Trigger, not sure yet how much it will cost, if you can super or whatever, but will allow new stance, more offensive, ex attacks. Seems to double the hit on attacks. Really not sure about that though. Also, in trailer, Ryu does V Trigger combo and guard crush Chunli. Not sure if definitive.
    - Capcom seems to really not like the dozen of release of the game (AE, Super, Ultra) they want a single strong brand name and update it from here (DLC)
    - They will work on a solo mod. They acknowledge SF4 was totally lacking here.
    - Of course cast will be reduced but should have new comers at launch. Don't be surprise to see new characters from north africa, south america or south east asia, as capcom is targeting these new markets

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    Not a bad idea for them to do. A lot of people love to poke fun at them for making so many releases and Ultra Street Fighter 4 was basically a DLC update, anyways. It will also allow people to keep the basic copy and not worry about having to buy another game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Insider2000 View Post
    You know, for a character who has never had a romantic fling with anyone, Chun-Li sure gets shipped with everyone. Even Ken, and he's married!
    I'm guessing Guile X Chun-Li from the live action movie is disavowed......for obvious reasons.


    Quote Originally Posted by S.C. Amigo View Post
    anyways. It will also allow people to keep the basic copy and not worry about having to buy another game.
    But still elicit complains from people who may abhor the idea of paying anywhere from 15 to 40 dollars to update their game.......along with potentially causing problems for people who may have had to buy the hard copy updates of SF4 because they didn't have the means to download them instead.
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    I've often wondered about that myself; seems like being supported by people who only want you there so the world can end in fire (with you going to Hell in the process) would be somewhat off-putting
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    I'm really interested to see more about this game. I liked what they did with SFIV by updating it regularly are a fair price IMO.
    The only bad thing is that the huge roster will have to be cut a lot for the first iteration. My guess would be around 20 max with about 6 newcomers.
    My main Vega seems low priority unfortunately.
    I hope they make a decent story mode this time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kishido View Post
    - Capcom seems to really not like the dozen of release of the game (AE, Super, Ultra) they want a single strong brand name and update it from here (DLC)
    I'll believe it when I see it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kishido View Post
    - Capcom seems to really not like the dozen of release of the game (AE, Super, Ultra) they want a single strong brand name and update it from here (DLC)
    Remember that time Capcom was like, "We're not going to do that with Marvel vs Capcom 3." And then they totally did that.

    Capcom: "See, I never just did things just to do them. Come on, what am I gonna do? Just all of a sudden jump up and grind my feet on somebody's couch like it's something to do? Come on. I got a little more sense then that."
    *pause*
    Capcom: Yeah, I remember grinding my feet on Eddie's couch.

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    This discussion just came up in the Smash thread, and I don't really want to regurgitate it, but... I just don't understand the problem everyone has with the name updates rather than DLC... when the actual pricing comes out to be about the same either way.

    If when they released a new edition of the game they charged full 70$ price for it, and they did it just six months later, as they did with MvC3, that'd be bad... (but that was special circumstances due to the massive earthquakes in Japan) or when the DLC is on-disk and was obviously ready at launch, that's... not good.

    But in general, at least with SF, the re-releases start at a much lower price point, and come out some 2 years apart (long enough to make an actual numbered sequel in other companies.) ... and for less than the DLC for all the new characters, costumes, and levels would be separately.

    (Even back on the SNES day with SF2, it wasn't super outrageous... it was mostly bad because the home ports lagged behind the arcade releases... so that by the time Super hit the home consoles, the arcade already had Super Turbo... and everyone expected that to follow a few months later and it never did.)

    I really don't understand the split between "DLC is okay, but renamed release is bad!" even though... its basically exactly the same thing?

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    From what I've seen over the years, most of the complaints about the different releases of SFIV come from people who didn't play the game.
    From the outside, they can't get how fair Capcom has been since Super SFIV. Their only "mistake" was not developing the original one to allow updates and thus the first buyers had to buy a new disk. Still, it wasn't full priced and it came with a really big expansion (10 new characters, 2nd ultra, new musics...).
    Now, with this one, I don't see them making the same mistake.
    And I don't see it as a good idea to stop releasing new disks in parallel to the dlc. With SFIV, it was a good way for a new player to catch up to the latest version, and cheaper than buying SSFIV + DLC updates. Plus, it's more convenient for tournaments or simply to play it on someone else's console.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robby View Post
    I really don't understand the split between "DLC is okay, but renamed release is bad!" even though... its basically exactly the same thing?
    I would say because you have to buy another physical copy of same game while DLC is merely added onto the disc you already own. Both are similar in function, I will admit. But I remember my dad having less-then-kind words bout all the updated releases of SF2, feeling it was them being a bunch of greedy bastards.

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    "DLC is merely added onto your hard drive where you might not have space for it, instead of running off the disk!!"

    There's still ton of reason to have hard disks to run things on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kishido View Post
    Some by NeoGAF said to be reliable Rrandom informations:

    - Unreal Engine 4
    - Stage won't be static. They will load with random time of day and weather. Not entirely random though, not all stages will have all ToD nor weather conditions. Won't affect gameply, just to make stage look more evolutive and less static. Destructible stages.
    - New system called V Trigger, not sure yet how much it will cost, if you can super or whatever, but will allow new stance, more offensive, ex attacks. Seems to double the hit on attacks. Really not sure about that though. Also, in trailer, Ryu does V Trigger combo and guard crush Chunli. Not sure if definitive.
    - Capcom seems to really not like the dozen of release of the game (AE, Super, Ultra) they want a single strong brand name and update it from here (DLC)
    - They will work on a solo mod. They acknowledge SF4 was totally lacking here.
    - Of course cast will be reduced but should have new comers at launch. Don't be surprise to see new characters from north africa, south america or south east asia, as capcom is targeting these new markets
    Thanks for the awesome info!

    However, about the info in bold, I wouldn't hold my breath since this is Capcom we are talking about.-_-
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    Quote Originally Posted by Insider2000 View Post
    Remember that time Capcom was like, "We're not going to do that with Marvel vs Capcom 3." And then they totally did that.

    Capcom: "See, I never just did things just to do them. Come on, what am I gonna do? Just all of a sudden jump up and grind my feet on somebody's couch like it's something to do? Come on. I got a little more sense then that."
    *pause*
    Capcom: Yeah, I remember grinding my feet on Eddie's couch.

    Cold blooded .

    Quote Originally Posted by S.C. Amigo View Post
    But I remember my dad having less-then-kind words bout all the updated releases of SF2, feeling it was them being a bunch of greedy bastards.
    Sure hope your dads not one of those technophiles who buys the newest version of a tablet or phone every year or two. Cause damn if that'd be hilarious in hindsight. Though seriously parents just don't understand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ubiq View Post
    I've often wondered about that myself; seems like being supported by people who only want you there so the world can end in fire (with you going to Hell in the process) would be somewhat off-putting
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robby View Post
    This discussion just came up in the Smash thread, and I don't really want to regurgitate it, but... I just don't understand the problem everyone has with the name updates rather than DLC... when the actual pricing comes out to be about the same either way.

    If when they released a new edition of the game they charged full 70$ price for it, and they did it just six months later, as they did with MvC3, that'd be bad... (but that was special circumstances due to the massive earthquakes in Japan) or when the DLC is on-disk and was obviously ready at launch, that's... not good.

    But in general, at least with SF, the re-releases start at a much lower price point, and come out some 2 years apart (long enough to make an actual numbered sequel in other companies.) ... and for less than the DLC for all the new characters, costumes, and levels would be separately.

    (Even back on the SNES day with SF2, it wasn't super outrageous... it was mostly bad because the home ports lagged behind the arcade releases... so that by the time Super hit the home consoles, the arcade already had Super Turbo... and everyone expected that to follow a few months later and it never did.)

    I really don't understand the split between "DLC is okay, but renamed release is bad!" even though... its basically exactly the same thing?
    I completely agree. Ultra, for example, had a crazy amount of content for just 15 bucks, and it came 3 years after the last time I paid (again just 15 bucks) for content.

    And I had friends who wanted to jump in, so they were glad they could just pick up the newest version (with all costumes) for 40 bucks and just be ready to play with me, they didn't have to download anything.

    Honestly, I really like the model Capcom has used for SFIV. And given the response people had when they've done DLC fighters (MvC, SFxT), I could see them wanting to stay the hell away from that.


    also I'm loving the chappelle references, guys. Prince-inspired character WHEN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green_vs_Red View Post
    Sure hope your dads not one of those technophiles who buys the newest version of a tablet or phone every year or two. Cause damn if that'd be hilarious in hindsight. Though seriously parents just don't understand.
    Well, he's no longer with us, but no, he actually wasn't much of a technology man.

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    Fuck capcom. Give me SFV and Charlie <3

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    Quote Originally Posted by S.C. Amigo View Post
    Well, he's no longer with us, but no, he actually wasn't much of a technology man.
    My bad .
    Quote Originally Posted by Ubiq View Post
    I've often wondered about that myself; seems like being supported by people who only want you there so the world can end in fire (with you going to Hell in the process) would be somewhat off-putting
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    Quote Originally Posted by Green_vs_Red View Post
    My bad .
    Ah, it's all good. No way you could've known, after all.

    But on the subject of characters, does anyone think it's kinda odd that Birdie, the one character in Street Fighter actually the most like a actual street fighter, is fairly unpopular compared to other characters like say, someone like Dudley or a oddball like Hakan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by S.C. Amigo View Post
    Ah, it's all good. No way you could've known, after all.

    But on the subject of characters, does anyone think it's kinda odd that Birdie, the one character in Street Fighter actually the most like a actual street fighter, is fairly unpopular compared to other characters like say, someone like Dudley or a oddball like Hakan?
    Kinda relevant.

    Birdie is super unpopular. I think it's not so much that he's an actual street fighter, but just that his design is kind of a mess, and he's a big ugly dude. At least he's not as unpopular as Rufus - I think Team EG members might be the only people who actually like him.

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    I thought Cody was the closest to an actual street fighter.

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