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[QUOTE] I too am in that odd limbo where I appreciate the intricacies of fighting games and have fun playing about with them but I'm never going to be any good. Personally I'm okay with this since there's more than one way to enjoy a game. Going along with that, the idea of having more than one way to pay for a game is interesting even if I don't know how practical it's going to be. While there are games where I ultimately am only interested in playing one or two characters how am I going to know who that character is if I don't have the chance to try a good chunk of the cast? So while I rarely buy all the DLC junk available for a game -meaning I often don't have the complete game- I can't see the freemium format giving me enough of the game to be able to fully understand what it offers. So while I like thought of experimenting with something new I can't see how this will possibly benefit me. [/QUOTE] My hope is that there will be some kind of discount for buying the whole mess upfront. I can't imagine that there won't be a way to buy everything in one go, and if there is, it's hard to think they would charge the same price as all the pieces (if it's in excess of $60) and risk 'sticker shock'. I mean, even Capcom, the worst over-charger of all, gives a discount for buying whole outfit sets. The worst part if they didn't offer something like this would require that I make a million small transactions. [QUOTE] I was thinking about this for a while, but maybe it'll be an interesting idea to create a sort of MMCafe fighting game matchup/gathering for anyone interested. Cool, thanks! [/QUOTE] I'd love that as well Professor! I've tried to play against some folks from the Cafe but never managed to match up. [QUOTE] Finally, Gamespot put out a nice article on the ambitious, impenetrable [URL=http://www.gamespot.com/features/forging-weaponlord-6409025/]Weaponlord[/URL]. It was the Skullgirls of its day. [/QUOTE] The thing I most remember about Weaponlord is its badass Simon Bisley art. Game wise I have very few memories of it. Thanks for the link!
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