Wow, this is a rare take. Firstly, almost no-one I’ve ever seen has ever even played Seiken Densetsu 3/Secret of Mana 2 (excuse me, Trials of Mana), but for someone who has to dislike the game’s combat? That’s a new one for me.
Well, it seems you don’t play Smash Bros at all, because if you’d read the article you may have actually gleaned the part where the character changes in question here resulted in a grievous oversight on Nintendo’s part, where a basic mechanic of the game (the bubble shield) no longer functions as it should, as it does…
don’t do this to me
Yup, thank you. That’s totally fair. I think that’s all anyone could really ask for. I’m mostly just tired of hearing people relentlessly vilify Square with their b**ing and moaning. There are PC mods if they really want the exact same experience with a fresh coat of paint.
your comment was going so great, and you almost got a star but then
sorry you’re bad at hard games lol. Whatever floats your boat. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Never said it wasn’t subjective. The teasing stab at this preference for turn-based flavor of JRPG combat was just baseless cheeky slander. :p
Yeah, but, uh... screw turn based combat, ya?
For Honor devs working on an official Star Wars fighting game: wen?
I feel like you may have missed part of the point. It’s not just about “games that are primarily spent online” vs the opposite. Like the earlier example: even the offline single player RPG Kingdom Hearts III had an update that was inaccessible until the internet came in. Lots of games have even partially online…
Same, same, same. I have it on both PC and PS4, and I was tempted to triple dip on Switch... I might have to if this update really never makes it elsewhere. :(
If you think the tutorial ends at the balloon stage, you’re massively mistaken. It has extensive matchup tutorials for every character to learn how to deal with almost any move in the game, and a bunch more guides to advanced mechanics and techniques and such.
Yes, but different. The other guy misspoke. The equivalent this time is actually Krushing Blows, which are sort of like Soul Calibur 6's Lethal Hits. Certain attacks have KB properties, and sometimes a specific kind of counter-hit is required, and other such variances. But yes, they’re there (aesthetically, at least).
Okay so I’ve been around and I’ve followed all these articles about the state of the game, and heard how frustrating the game has been. I also know my little brother preordered it and was having tons of fun.
two kinds of people LUL
I’ve heard it’ll be 5:30PM PST.
To clarify, jfyi, this is actually SF3 :) More accurately, it’s the third version of Street Fighter III, called 3rd Strike! Best SF game ever made, imho!
Ask and ye shall receive.
He’s got that face down pat.