Leebee Link, post: 7774577, member: 2786 wrote:
I know what stands are. that is not what I was referring to. if you look at the manga or the capcom, there is a lot more transparency appearing when it comes to stands since they "phase in" and out a lot. it just makes them look better. for example magician red's legs are like flames and are kinda flowy and unclear on the bottom. there's also the idle animation that jotaro has with SP's hand appearing and flexing.
it's a matter of friction/juicyness in the way that the stands are represented is all.
thoughtbird, post: 7774681, member: 15073 wrote:
They should put in Jesus from Steel Ball Run.
Slamtastic, post: 7829772, member: 15874 wrote:
Ragnorok64, post: 7830041, member: 8975 wrote:
Crap that trailer showed Weather Report as a background character. Does that mean he won't be playable in this one?
REALPLAYER, post: 7830461, member: 176 wrote:
what a beautiful game.
Pete278, post: 7829929, member: 9199 wrote:
As if that guy thinks Yukako is minor, Yukako was hella important. Japan loves yandere.
sandwichofdoom, post: 7830656, member: 9710 wrote:
As for Ghiaccio, he is surprisingly popular among some circles (personally he may be my favourite minor villain of that part), the only minor part 5 villain who may top him in popularity is risotto.
Pete278, post: 7830675, member: 9199 wrote:
In the compilation of Jojo's characters drawn by other famous manga artists, Ghiaccio was the only non-main character drawn. Most of it was Jotaro, Jolyne, bit of Giorno and Josuke and then bam! Ghiaccio, drawn by Kubo, artist of Bleach.
Suck on that Hol Horse.
sandwichofdoom, post: 7830739, member: 9710 wrote:
I like Hol Horse.......(on that note i'm glad he has the hanged man assist in this game to, it was one of my favourite stands).
But Ghiaccio does indeed deserve his popularity,
I think (aside from the fact his fight is awesome,and he has an interesting design)the reason he works is because he exemplifies some of the finer points of JoJo's (intelligent battles, memorable minor characters,henchmen who are not useless etc), while defying standard shonen conventions for one shot Shonen villains. Despite being a minor villain with one appearance, he is scary competent, and nearly kills the heroes. He uses his powers smartly (one of the few shonen characters who uses the power to generate cold to it's full potential). He has an obvious weak point, but his one of the few villains who acknowledge this obvious fact, so he has already solved that problem before the started fighting.
Pete278, post: 7830772, member: 9199 wrote:
Personally, I prefer Risotto, but I do understand why he's so popular. My favourite minor villain overall would definitely be Ringo Roadagain, though.
Abbachio, post: 7830973, member: 8059 wrote:
That's one of the things I love about the manga, minor villains actually pose a threat, some fights I've been wondering which hero(s) was gonna die.
Cheech Wizard, post: 7831308, member: 15825 wrote:
DarkGeneral, post: 7831365, member: 15442 wrote:
Ghiacco is one of my least favorite minor villains in JoJo and specially in part 5. He would make a fantastic fighting game character but he didn't capture my interest at all when I was reading vento. I was hoping if we got a "minor " villain from part 5 it would have been Risotto or Pesci. Heck even Melos would make a interesting character if they did Baby Face right (think D'bo in JJBA).
sandwichofdoom, post: 7831393, member: 9710 wrote:
That's a great thing about JoJo, there is no wrong answer. Each part, fight and characters are so different that one person's favourite may be a person's least, and neither are wrong. It is probably the reason I like discussing it so much, hearing people's differing opinions is always interesting.
DarkGeneral, post: 7831423, member: 15442 wrote:
This is so damn true. I'm like the only JoJo fan I know that even liked Melos and his stand and I don't know many people who also didn't like Ghiaccios part. But for what it's worth I think Ventos group of antagonists is second only to Steel Ball Run. Both parts had the most memorable characters for me.
Chocolate Disco would work so fucking good in a fighting game.
sandwichofdoom, post: 7831451, member: 9710 wrote:
Ya, i'll be honest, the melone battle wan't my favourite fight in the arc. I do like the teamwork angle part 5 had going for many of the villains, really made it different from the parts before (aside from Hol Horse).
DarkGeneral, post: 7831579, member: 15442 wrote:
One of the most attractive things about JoJos fights is that everyone seems to be a freaking genius and that's the most exhilarating part about the fights. Araki is really really good at portraying "hey this isn't about raw power" and shifts a heavy responsibilty on the characters having to outsmart and outmanuever the other person.
Jocelot, post: 7831644, member: 9324 wrote:
I gotta agree with this. I mean, I only ever read Stardust Crusaders but one thing I loved about it was the fights. They were all just so crafty. One of the best parts for me was when they went against J. Giel and the Hanged Man... it all just worked so perfectly. It was all just so... smart. Lol.
DarkGeneral, post: 7831579, member: 15442 wrote:
The teamwork angle was nice but I like how the cast also individually fared in their particular fights. One of the most attractive things about JoJos fights is that everyone seems to be a freaking genius and that's the most exhilarating part about the fights. Araki is really really good at portraying "hey this isn't about raw power" and shifts a heavy responsibilty on the characters having to outsmart and outmanuever the other person.
Owari, post: 7916833, member: 81621 wrote:
Jonathan's Zoom Punch seems uncomfortable (or it will seem normal in a short matter of time)
And there is some date in the bottom, maybe some new trailer in january 28th ?
Pete278, post: 7932102, member: 9199 wrote:
I know its a bit late by now, given we now have three new character reveals and the trailer was a month ago, but nonetheless, dogyaa~n: