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[QUOTE] I don't want the FUTURE of fighting games, especially when so many issues regarding the support structure FOR fighting games are in doubt or unsettled. What I want is a great game like Third Strike or Super Turbo. Don't try to reinvent the wheel, that's what got them into trouble LAST time (the CPS 3 boards). On the other hand I don't want a rehash either so let's be clear about that. [/QUOTE] If you want a great fighter, you're going to have to [b]suffer[/b] through some innovation. It's for the good of the genre. Why would I want to play SF3 Third Strike again? I mean, I fricking LOVE 3rd Strike. It's EVERYWHERE in Japan, I barely see arcades without at least one cabinet, and people are always playing, and usually pretty good. I've met some players that just blow my mind, because they are unconventional players that are quite strong. Such as Yun players that don't use the 'Shadow Super', extremly machi Ryu, etc. I want Capcom to shock and amaze me again with a new system. Parry was fricking great right? I mean, risk/reward wise, it's a really good system. You don't always want to parry, but parrying skillfully gives you a good advantage, and incentive to learn the system. If Capcom can make another nice system, I'll be really happy. I would prefer 2D sprites in high res, though. I know it's expensive, but this is Street Fighter! It's funny that 3D models can be churned out like widgets but 2D sprites are so difficult. I know it's true but... The Rumble Fish 2 is not a bad game, it's MUCH better than 1, like exponentially better, but it's still not very attractive to me...the style. Some of the characters are strange looking, in the way that their art style is weird. It's an interesting, deep system that I hope you guys will get your hands on to test and stuff. Guilty Gear was also a huge success in Japan (people play a LOT), and in the US too, right? The only reason Sol always wins in the US is because I've realized that players in the US always pick the characters that are easiest to win with. Once someone gets really good (and I mean REALLY good) with a underused character, they can steamroll people. That's why a Shun player keeps winning the Virtua Fighter tournaments in Japan. [/ramble]
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