papasi, post: 7233478, member: 17411 wrote:
Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix:
. Game version: PlayStation 3
papasi, post: 7233478, member: 17411 wrote:
Japan is not in this.
oldschool_BR, post: 7233824, member: 7169 wrote:
Sadistic Masochist wrote: »
its not fine, but at least it makes sense. your a fucking retard if you cant even grasp that. only a retard would die for people they dont even know to increase these peoples bank accounts. now why dont you go and applie to the army retard, you would fit in quite nicely with the rest of them ignorant bitches.
lzduck, post: 7234036, member: 9158 wrote:
Yeah I don't get that why Japan doesn't have a qualifier.
ultracombo, post: 7234250, member: 16904 wrote:
So since afro is going, who do you guys think will take second?
oldschool_BR, post: 7234082, member: 7169 wrote:
They probably refuse to play that version.
Kuroppi, post: 7233810, member: 495 wrote:
I thought they had Japan listed as one of the qualifier locations in the original press release a while back.
Looks like they changed it now.
mikeidge, post: 7234391, member: 9577 wrote:
Did anyone play the HDR setup capcom had at Evo??? It was god awfull!! If that's what one can expect of this tournament...I say no thanks. If capcom expects the tourney scene to take hdr serious it should be xbox360 on a lagless monitor.
mrdhalsim, post: 7240879, member: 354 wrote:
I definitely encourage you guys to get involved in this and take heed carefully because it's not the time to be elitist about it, even if you prefer HDR or want to try and stand there to explain what a "safe jump" is to some employee. Just the opposite in fact. There was a GameStop chain store tournament campaign for sf4 some years back, and you had to play on the regular controller or whatever, but that exposed our FGC scene to a ridiculous number of people that would not otherwise have even heard about us and what we do. I heard about N0M4D that way, who plays FPS'es competitively, who showed up and, let's just say, he made every one stop whining and crying about the standard controller restriction. If you want to grow the scene, this seems like a fantastic way to get similar exposure and recruit the next generation. You can't expect Kurropi's Tournament of Legends or anything close but that misses the potential gains and we can't take it for granite. If you can make it out to one or more of the qualifiers, please represent us well and chat it up a bit with the people who show up and make sure they know about EVO and the ST scene, and how to get involved while you guys are waiting around. You don't need to wear a suit and tie but maybe some small paper/cards with links to ToL footage or something like that could go a long way. Certainly no need to go overboard with it, let Capcom do their promotions etc. I know not everyone is so social with the schmoozing but if breaking the ice comes naturally for you I think the effort could have big gains.
If Japan isn't involved, my guess/speculation is that it just has to do with legal issues involving the music or something like that. And while Capcom might benefit from hdr promotions in Japan, they probably get much more bang for the buck in the US and these other countries.
Capcom is picking up the bill too. This is a good faith effort to help build up our community and lend the official Capcom name in the process. Let's show some appreciation and make the most of it.
-TheBastard-, post: 7242077, member: 47314 wrote:
The real question is, Why no one has yet trolled SF 25th there:
othartheom, post: 7242093, member: 22244 wrote:
Is Gouki legal for these tournaments?
Pasky, post: 7242135, member: 9951 wrote:
He was never a game developer. He took a game and ported it and made minor changes, the guy didn't even do the programming. I never understood how that made him a game developer. Capcom/Backbone let his ass go right after that too. If anything he was a director.
eltrouble, post: 7234321, member: 50728 wrote:
My guess is DGV. Both guys actually liked HDR, and did very well in it back when it was a major game in Evo. That being said, a lot of Socal players actually came from HDR, so I'm sure they'd be happy to play in the tourney and prove their worth.
Not sure which players from around the other parts of the US would also do well in HDR.
zaspacer, post: 7244702, member: 6495 wrote:
Snake Eyes, DGV, Afro Legends, and Valle all are in LA and performed well in HDR at EVO in 2010.