DeltaKyaku, post: 6211437, member: 18248 wrote:
I always found that rumour weird. Looking at the wiki link a few posts up the only thing they say is it could be paid DLC later.
Said wiki link is glorious by the way, thanks.
DeltaKyaku, post: 6212329, member: 18248 wrote:
Everything I've seen in Japanese refers to it as a first release DLC suit, period. ja.wikipedia has the same diamond beside it as Freedom, Arche, The O, and Gottralan, and all the articles speak of it in terms of "if you want Hi-Nu, you should pre-order".
Unlocking it sounds like wishful thinking.
ssjbrydon, post: 7355571, member: 734 wrote:
I think some ppl should join the madden community
Mr. X, post: 6217223, member: 7367 wrote:
North America Gundam League
Ragnorok64, post: 6231977, member: 8975 wrote:
So I was looking at the archive of the SCR test stream and apparently this game is out. Also it's like $100 to import?
DeltaKyaku, post: 6233133, member: 18248 wrote:
Sadly that is a pretty accurate number. Minimally 2500 yen, likely 4000 yen of DLC if they only release one of the silhouetted units per month with a surprise one like for December in the pipe already too. Speaking of which
It's weird at the moment, because I understand the FvsZ/AvsT/GvsZ parts of the system, and the Virtual On elements added by putting in boost dashes, but the way they link together is something else. The amount of times I get trolled hard by looking for the end of a dash only for them to float away with jump inertia or get absolutely molested by melee because I'm not ready to sidestep is pretty crazy.
MaxSonic, post: 6252075, member: 14417 wrote:
Ok, so interesting question. Capcom made this game... or something. All the machines and such, the previous entries in the series and such, they list Capcom on it. But thier name appears and dissapears in different itterations. The arcade original (Federation VS Zeon) had it, but the Dreamcast version doesn't mention it at all except on the back of the case it has a tiny Capcom logo. It doesn't even mention it in the credits. The PS2 version of that game had Capcom in the opening movie and that was it. This game, even though I've seen trailers and info with the words Capcom on them, the game is missing it completly. The game is way above Bandai's quality standards, so I'm imagining Capcom did most of the work, but gets no credit on the home version? Any info on this guys?
Flashy Nights, post: 6249279, member: 17091 wrote:
Since theres no Nightingale I don't mind missing out on this one.
mzenken, post: 6252957, member: 9749 wrote:
Heh, then I guess you're never going to play a Gundam game. I can't name any Gundam games with Nightingale aside from the G Generation games, and Super Robot Wars Alpha 2.
Flashy Nights, post: 6253351, member: 17091 wrote:
I play them games with out Nightingale in it, it just Im not going to go out of my way to cop for this one for a number of reasons, I mentioned Nightingale simply because.....there Hi Nu, but no arch nemesis in Nightingale?
Dats some bull fam, but if the game drops in the states i will cope it.
mzenken, post: 6253847, member: 9749 wrote:
Hi-Nu is popular, Nightingale is too but Bandai/Sunrise/Bamco/Banpresto just don't like it. Really weird.
MaxSonic, post: 6269345, member: 14417 wrote:
Nu has a MG, HG, and Heavy weapon HG, and Hi-Nu has two different HG kits and a MG. Nightingale doesn't have any official kits, the closest thing is a SD Sazabi that has armor that makes it look like Nightingale. Obviously, Hi-Nu seems fairly popular. I'm actually making my own HG Nightingale kitbash, but it's still not a hugely popular suit.
Dr Butler, post: 6276218, member: 23599 wrote:
This is the first Ive heard of this. Is it a fighter, because that control scheme makes it sound more like Virtua-ON.
Does this game have offline multiplayer?
Ichipoo, post: 6373208, member: 16386 wrote:
Whoa whoa whoa. No LAN whatsoever? Now I'm curious how offline tournaments will work then.