Anyone else not buying into the SFV hype??

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  • wakawakawakawakawakawaka more than a game Joined: Posts: 21
    From playing street fighter 5 since first beta I was hyped. Now that the game is out all I can really say is that they did get me sucked in with the graphics and gameplay being slowed down, but that's all we have. Only one stage to where your going through walls or the noodle bowl landing on head. Everything else is bland and its getting old already, not really enough stages to begin with and I'm not even gonna talk about the roster. Only because I'm a hardcore fan me and my son are still playing it but we sometimes want to pop in street fighter 4 for old times sake, that's bad for a new game when you want to play the old one sometimes. They hyped us up with chun li vs ryu and the background stage but now the game is out that's all we have literally. I hope the patches come quick and capcom brings more to the game.
  • DevilJin 01DevilJin 01 Get some shill in yo system Joined: Posts: 57,984 mod
    From playing street fighter 5 since first beta I was hyped. Now that the game is out all I can really say is that they did get me sucked in with the graphics and gameplay being slowed down, but that's all we have. Only one stage to where your going through walls or the noodle bowl landing on head. Everything else is bland and its getting old already, not really enough stages to begin with and I'm not even gonna talk about the roster. Only because I'm a hardcore fan me and my son are still playing it but we sometimes want to pop in street fighter 4 for old times sake, that's bad for a new game when you want to play the old one sometimes. They hyped us up with chun li vs ryu and the background stage but now the game is out that's all we have literally. I hope the patches come quick and capcom brings more to the game.

    I love SFV and still play 3rd Strike and Alpha 2 sometimes. There's always a reason to pop in the old stuff.

    Ain't nothin, Capcom's ruthless still producin.  Cut em a check or find yoself toothless.  Keep it shill with no confusin.  Niggas say I'm shill...they ain't hard I can prove it YEEEAH


  • mjordan79mjordan79 Joined: Posts: 38
    I'm just gonna wait for SF6. V isn't doing it for me and it's dying any way.

    Yohoo. Less scrubs is better.
  • vitalvital Joined: Posts: 324
    Parries are a pretty big "except" though IMO, especially when you talk about adding complexity

    I'll stick it out and if I don't come around then...KOF14 soon enough :)
  • DevilJin 01DevilJin 01 Get some shill in yo system Joined: Posts: 57,984 mod
    edited March 2016
    Shumabot wrote: »
    I think tonight might be the last time I play this game for the next year. I tried to join the FGC with this game, but it's garbage. The people are constantly mean, the game is unfinished and bad, and there are no outlets for me to get better or other ways to play to let off some steam without just closing the game.

    If this is what fighting games are like no wonder they're so unpopular.


    It's your decision, but there's time to get back in. I'd say you're better off just waiting for the end of March or June for the game to be in a better state.

    What do you mean by people are mean? You talking the forums or the game itself? People can't even message you in the game to be mean to begin with. Also, you pretty much can't find a competitive community where people aren't being mean. That's the nature of competition and playing something where the goal is to steal victory from someone else. Dudes will get "mean" about it. I understand you could easily say "well I deal with shitty ass personalities at work, why should I deal with it in a video game?" Well...people don't like getting their wins stolen from them or are just generally prideful in anything competitive.


    Just find some people on the forum or on twitch that play the characters you like to play, socialize with them and go from there.

    Ain't nothin, Capcom's ruthless still producin.  Cut em a check or find yoself toothless.  Keep it shill with no confusin.  Niggas say I'm shill...they ain't hard I can prove it YEEEAH


  • ShumabotShumabot Joined: Posts: 261
    Shumabot wrote: »
    I think tonight might be the last time I play this game for the next year. I tried to join the FGC with this game, but it's garbage. The people are constantly mean, the game is unfinished and bad, and there are no outlets for me to get better or other ways to play to let off some steam without just closing the game.

    If this is what fighting games are like no wonder they're so unpopular.


    It's your decision, but there's time to get back in. I'd say you're better off just waiting for the end of March or June for the game to be in a better state.

    What do you mean by people are mean? You talking the forums or the game itself? People can't even message you in the game to be mean to begin with. Also, you pretty much can't find a competitive community where people aren't being mean. That's the nature of competition and playing something where the goal is to steal victory from someone else. Dudes will get "mean" about it. I understand you could easily say "well I deal with shitty ass personalities at work, why should I deal with it in a video game?" Well...people don't like getting their wins stolen from them or are just generally prideful in anything competitive.


    Just find some people on the forum or on twitch that play the characters you like to play, socialize with them and go from there.

    I've been diamond ranked in Star Craft and mid gold in League. Both of those are competitive games with large competitive communities. This community feels different, it seems very hostile to 'casuals', which is just a shortcode for 'new people'. You don't see that in league and especially not in starcraft. The hatred of new players or anything that might make the experience of new players better seems unique to fighting games.

    You're right in that my experience may be better in a few months, but it might also be much, much worse since by then all the new players will be bleached out and I'll just be fighting the hardcore audience that will just kick me out of the genre entirely.
  • DevilJin 01DevilJin 01 Get some shill in yo system Joined: Posts: 57,984 mod
    edited March 2016
    Shumabot wrote: »
    Shumabot wrote: »
    I think tonight might be the last time I play this game for the next year. I tried to join the FGC with this game, but it's garbage. The people are constantly mean, the game is unfinished and bad, and there are no outlets for me to get better or other ways to play to let off some steam without just closing the game.

    If this is what fighting games are like no wonder they're so unpopular.


    It's your decision, but there's time to get back in. I'd say you're better off just waiting for the end of March or June for the game to be in a better state.

    What do you mean by people are mean? You talking the forums or the game itself? People can't even message you in the game to be mean to begin with. Also, you pretty much can't find a competitive community where people aren't being mean. That's the nature of competition and playing something where the goal is to steal victory from someone else. Dudes will get "mean" about it. I understand you could easily say "well I deal with shitty ass personalities at work, why should I deal with it in a video game?" Well...people don't like getting their wins stolen from them or are just generally prideful in anything competitive.


    Just find some people on the forum or on twitch that play the characters you like to play, socialize with them and go from there.

    I've been diamond ranked in Star Craft and mid gold in League. Both of those are competitive games with large competitive communities. This community feels different, it seems very hostile to 'casuals', which is just a shortcode for 'new people'. You don't see that in league and especially not in starcraft. The hatred of new players or anything that might make the experience of new players better seems unique to fighting games.

    You're right in that my experience may be better in a few months, but it might also be much, much worse since by then all the new players will be bleached out and I'll just be fighting the hardcore audience that will just kick me out of the genre entirely.

    From what I've personally heard those communities can be just as brash. From what I've heard it's hard to join random teams of League as if you do something they don't like on the team or screw things up for them they will blast you on the chat until you leave or they kick you. I've heard a lot stories about how you should pretty much always play on a team of people you know if you don't want to get blasted at the end of a game. You'll probably get away with piggy backing on some random teams, but I'm sure you'll eventually find a team that will just kick you out quickly if you're not doing what they want. It's pretty similar with fighting games. Find some people to get to know on a more personal level online that play your characters, spar with them and get better.



    All of the fighting game veterans and top players were scrubs/nubs at one time. I was just some Ibuki scrub that mashed buttons and didn't block when I started out in 3rd Strike. Went 0 to 2 at my first Evo then started winning local tournaments and such. It all takes time and finding the right people to connect with. Any fighting game will always have an ample set of noobs and intermediates to play with. It's never just pros in any online game.

    Ain't nothin, Capcom's ruthless still producin.  Cut em a check or find yoself toothless.  Keep it shill with no confusin.  Niggas say I'm shill...they ain't hard I can prove it YEEEAH


  • ShumabotShumabot Joined: Posts: 261
    edited March 2016
    From what I've personally heard those communities can be just as brash. From what I've heard it's hard to join random teams of League as if you do something they don't like on the team or screw things up for them they will blast you on the chat until you leave or they kick you. I've heard a lot stories about how you should pretty much always play on a team of people you know if you don't want to get blasted at the end of a game. You'll probably get away with piggy backing on some random teams, but I'm sure you'll eventually find a team that will just kick you out quickly if you're not doing what they want. It's pretty similar with fighting games. Find some people to get to know on a more personal level online that play your characters, spar with them and get better.
    As someone who has logged thousands of hours into that game that's not really true. In the first place you can't be kicked off a team and while people are often pretty mean in chat it takes a while to get there and you can always defend yourself. That's better than just dying thousands of times in total silence with a surrounding community of people who make it their mission to make your experience joining the games audience as bad as possible. I've seen so many people say that you teach new players by just perfecting them over and over again so they can get a feel for what fighting games are 'like' and that's just miserable. There's a reason people don't play these games. I've never experienced a multiplayer game as frustrating and isolating as this one. The ONLY reason I'm still here at all is out of some weird ideal that I picked up about street fighter being the more pure form of fighting game. I'm definitely not here because the 30 hours I've spent on steam have been enjoyable.

    All of the fighting game veterans and top players were scrubs/nubs at one time. I was just some Ibuki scrub that mashed buttons and didn't block when I started out in 3rd Strike. Went 0 to 2 at my first Evo then started winning local tournaments and such. It all takes time and finding the right people to connect with. Any fighting game will always have an ample set of noobs and intermediates to play with. It's never just pros in any online game.
    I just want to be able to talk to my opponent or rematch like I can do in seemingly every single other fighting game released in the last 8 years, including SFIV. How can I have an experience that isn't AWFUL just losing thousands of times against people I will never see again?
  • YagamiFireYagamiFire Hobby: Resurrection Joined: Posts: 3,014
    Sadly, SFV's online component is AWFUL for new players.
    "Punks jump up to get beat down"

    I designed SFV Ed. Your argument is invalid.

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  • DevilJin 01DevilJin 01 Get some shill in yo system Joined: Posts: 57,984 mod
    Well that's the thing you're already at the water, but since you're a horse you won't drink it.


    You have plenty of people here you can talk to and connect with to play games with until they add chat and other functions to CFN. Which characters do you like playing? Go introduce yourself in some of the character threads, get people's CFN's and start going in.

    Ain't nothin, Capcom's ruthless still producin.  Cut em a check or find yoself toothless.  Keep it shill with no confusin.  Niggas say I'm shill...they ain't hard I can prove it YEEEAH


  • ShumabotShumabot Joined: Posts: 261
    edited March 2016
    Well that's the thing you're already at the water, but since you're a horse you won't drink it.


    You have plenty of people here you can talk to and connect with to play games with until they add chat and other functions to CFN. Which characters do you like playing? Go introduce yourself in some of the character threads, get people's CFN's and start going in.

    Oh, you mean I can connect with people, lose to them repeatedly, then not be able to talk to them?

    WOAH! I hadn't thought of that! That would change my experience entirely! I'm so glad it's MY FAULT for not drinking that water. Thanks for enlightening me.
  • oodkoodk Joined: Posts: 319
    The Hype got me!
    Purchase SF5, then went on to purchase a PS4, then purchase a Hori VLX Kuro and then spend 35 dollars on Sanwa buttons and a ball top.
  • DevilJin 01DevilJin 01 Get some shill in yo system Joined: Posts: 57,984 mod
    edited March 2016
    Shumabot wrote: »
    Well that's the thing you're already at the water, but since you're a horse you won't drink it.


    You have plenty of people here you can talk to and connect with to play games with until they add chat and other functions to CFN. Which characters do you like playing? Go introduce yourself in some of the character threads, get people's CFN's and start going in.

    Oh, you mean I can connect with people, lose to them repeatedly, then not be able to talk to them?

    WOAH! I hadn't thought of that! That would change my experience entirely! I'm so glad it's MY FAULT for not drinking that water. Thanks for enlightening me.

    Listen prettttttyyyy carefully.


    Some guy I've never even heard of by the name of @TINYANGRYCRAB who I am a bit better than but was still competitive, had the insight to ask for my Skype name (AND I HAVEN'T USED SKYPE IN 6 MONTHS) and we talked on the phone through skype while playing our matches. This guy is probably only slightly less new to competitive fighting games than you are and had this insight. He asked ME to give HIM tips on his play while we were playing and that's what I did. It wasn't just "oh I'm going to sit here and let him beat me up and not learn anything". He as the learning player was the one who initiated the engagement.


    Now with that aside, I'm just trying to tell you that there is a lot of resource and ways for you to get good. Yes, the game should have more of it in at launch, but it's no excuse to just act like you are in some void with no tools. Ask people, put some things together and get started. I'll even PM you after this just to get you more acquainted if you choose to respond.

    Ain't nothin, Capcom's ruthless still producin.  Cut em a check or find yoself toothless.  Keep it shill with no confusin.  Niggas say I'm shill...they ain't hard I can prove it YEEEAH


  • sdstigsdstig Joined: Posts: 17
    edited March 2016
    Shumabot wrote: »
    Oh, you mean I can connect with people, lose to them repeatedly, then not be able to talk to them?

    WOAH! I hadn't thought of that! That would change my experience entirely! I'm so glad it's MY FAULT for not drinking that water. Thanks for enlightening me.

    You don't actually have to answer this (in fact, please don't), but where do you live? There's a good chance there's some sort of local competitive scene somewhere around you where you can face people in person. It might just be a matter of looking it up. You might still lose a lot, but most people in the FGC are more than willing to help you as long as you ask. Don't let the online community sour your experience. A lot of those people aren't really a part of the FGC. Just online trolls who are ok at fighting games. People online are a million times worse than the real life people. It can be hard to distinguish between them though.

    If you live in some more obscure area, there might not be a local scene, but you can always try finding someone online that seems trustworthy. Talk to them over Skype or some other form of online communicating. I know that's a bit sketchier but if there really is no one in your area who can play with you, it's not a bad option.

    There's A LOT more resources for getting better at fighting games than you might think. Sometimes it's not even about playing. I personally have gotten a lot better just by watching instructive videos or seeing what top players do and finding out why they do it. I'm still not good, but it's helped me improve a lot from where I was not too long ago. That way of getting better may not be for everyone, especially if you're newer, but it's an option.
    Jack of all trades, competent at none.

    SFV: Bison, Cammy, Alex
    SF4: Chun, Sakura, Ryu
    MKX: Cassie, Scorpion, Sektor
    Smash 4: Corrin, Captain Falcon, Lucina
    Xrd: Sol, Potemkin (don't even own the game though)

    Also like to play old games. I suck at them.
  • vitalvital Joined: Posts: 324
    Shumabot wrote: »
    I think tonight might be the last time I play this game for the next year. I tried to join the FGC with this game, but it's garbage. The people are constantly mean, the game is unfinished and bad, and there are no outlets for me to get better or other ways to play to let off some steam without just closing the game.

    If this is what fighting games are like no wonder they're so unpopular.

    Sorry you have had a bad experience dude

    I played them off and on for a few years then really picked them up in 2011 when I met some IRL buddies who were way into it, especially KOF games and SF4

    I encourage you to try and figure out if there is anyone offline you can play, or perhaps start at the same time as a friend, that was the best for me as we were able to get better together
  • vitalvital Joined: Posts: 324
    I think a lot of the hostility you are getting is consistent with what you get in all online games, at least consistent with my experience in high ranked DOTA over the years as well

    The FGC really shines in offline interactions, online gaming is really dehumanizing and you just assume the worst about your opponent naturally, really try to give it a shot offline and see if that doesn't work better for you
  • sdstigsdstig Joined: Posts: 17
    vital wrote: »
    Sorry you have had a bad experience dude

    I played them off and on for a few years then really picked them up in 2011 when I met some IRL buddies who were way into it, especially KOF games and SF4

    I encourage you to try and figure out if there is anyone offline you can play, or perhaps start at the same time as a friend, that was the best for me as we were able to get better together

    Big emphasis on this. Playing with friends offline is always WAY better than even the best online games, even if those are also with friends. It also helps you get less frustrated when playing people in person because you don't want to embarrass yourself by visibly getting angry, even if you don't know those people. But finding people you know to play with is definitely the way to go to start off.

    That's really the roots of the FGC too. I wasn't around for it but all the OGs got their starts by playing against people in arcades. Maybe good console ports too but there was still no online. If you wanted to play someone across the country, you had to GO across the country. And over time, you'd become friends or at least friendly rivals with the people you'd play often and make new friends along the way. At least that's my understanding.
    Jack of all trades, competent at none.

    SFV: Bison, Cammy, Alex
    SF4: Chun, Sakura, Ryu
    MKX: Cassie, Scorpion, Sektor
    Smash 4: Corrin, Captain Falcon, Lucina
    Xrd: Sol, Potemkin (don't even own the game though)

    Also like to play old games. I suck at them.
  • Da StunnaDa Stunna A True Paradox Joined: Posts: 1,118
    Cestus wrote: »
    SFV hype?

    The game is awesome and the average internet dbag talk about it like if is inferior to fucking mortal kombat, LOL
    MKX gives frame data for free, has online lobbies with more than two people, and doesn't have pixelated character models though.

    There's probably some more things I'm forgetting, or simply don't know, but at least with that game you feel like you didn't get a rushed project.
    T7FR - Eddy, Bob, Dragonuv, Hwoarang, M.Raven
    I2 - Atrocitus
    SFV - Balrog, Ibuki
    KOF14 - King/Yuri/Leona
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  • d3vd3v Coughing DAT PINK SPIT Joined: Posts: 37,140 mod
    Shumabot wrote: »
    Well that's the thing you're already at the water, but since you're a horse you won't drink it.


    You have plenty of people here you can talk to and connect with to play games with until they add chat and other functions to CFN. Which characters do you like playing? Go introduce yourself in some of the character threads, get people's CFN's and start going in.

    Oh, you mean I can connect with people, lose to them repeatedly, then not be able to talk to them?

    WOAH! I hadn't thought of that! That would change my experience entirely! I'm so glad it's MY FAULT for not drinking that water. Thanks for enlightening me.

    Use the forums. There's alot more communication going on in the community's forums than in the game itself.

    It's all just basically a continuation of how the community grew out during the turn of the millennium and majorityall of the community stuff was built by the grassroots. It's why almost every the major fighting game communities tend to congregate around their own community created forums (Shoryuken, Dustloop, Tekken Zaibatsu, FreeStepDodge, 8WayRun, Test Your Might, etc.), instead of the official ones (and also why majority of big tournaments are also grassroots run ones).

    As for in game chat, it's probably a Nintendo-esque decision on their part to shield some players from the trash talk that the FGC is known for. I mean, I'm pretty sure they don't want any Justin Wong's welcoming kids to "the real world" and that they "gonna learn today".


    The thing to remember is that, the difference between MOBA communities and the the developers have less control over the latter. The grassroots heavy nature of the latter (and the fact that the people in charge - many from the community - don't want to let go of that) means that Capcom can't do as much in terms of policing. They can't really ban anyone from competing since they don't run the tournaments (except the final Capcom Cup), and they don't really seem to want to, at least not for trash talking, especially since there are a few people on top who do want to position fighting games as the "UFC or Boxing of eSports" (this was one of the big bullet points in the IPL deal with SFIV, before the latter folded) and are fine with the trash talk (over the squeaky clean, "professional" image that MOBA seem to want).
  • HighlandfireballHighlandfireball Are you ready for a war? Joined: Posts: 9,052
    Shumabot wrote: »
    Well that's the thing you're already at the water, but since you're a horse you won't drink it.


    You have plenty of people here you can talk to and connect with to play games with until they add chat and other functions to CFN. Which characters do you like playing? Go introduce yourself in some of the character threads, get people's CFN's and start going in.

    Oh, you mean I can connect with people, lose to them repeatedly, then not be able to talk to them?

    WOAH! I hadn't thought of that! That would change my experience entirely! I'm so glad it's MY FAULT for not drinking that water. Thanks for enlightening me.

    Wait for battle lounge before you give it up. This game isn't the best example of how online fighters should flow. In fact it's probably the worst at the minute.

    You're playing a $60 beta , trust me. The patch should rectify these things, if it doesn't I doubt you'll be the only one throwing this in the bin.
  • ShumabotShumabot Joined: Posts: 261
    I loved that video when it came out. I'd much rather have that kind of interaction than one where I just get super lonely playing during an evening while talking to literally no one. The trash talk is at least communication.
  • Digital-Digital- TRVP LORD Joined: Posts: 2,216
    the game looks like it has potential, but honestly, I just dont like any of the characters... I'm just playing casually till they add my fav characters (if they ever do that is...).
    I got a job with the mob making G's, doing some pick-ups, deliveries and transporting keys.
  • AudricVsFoodAudricVsFood Joined: Posts: 293
    This game is simple. I liked 4 bc I could play footsies and outlame the other player. Same thing with Third Strike. In this game, you have to play rushdown, you get way too much mileage off of oki to not play that way.

    And one thing I've noticed about this game is that it's a lot more centered around oki and a lot less centered around footsies than people pretend it is. Just bc you're spending less time on the ground doesn't mean there's more footsies being played.

    I do enjoy this game, though. I don't think it's as good as 4, and 4 isn't "overloaded" with mechanics as someone said earlier. There's nothing wrong with having defensive options. 5 has much better balance, but with the small roster, I can't see how that would be difficult for a design team. I like that every character is exaggerated in how different they are from each other. I mean, shoto clones are fun to play in 4, but I like the current character diversity in 5. As much as I dislike not having defensive options in 5, I can't really imagine any character being able to abuse this game's mechanics the way Rose could abuse focus and backdash invincibility in 4, so that's good.

    At the end of the day, the name of the game will always be "Adapt or Die". Adapt to the game, or don't. Keep playing 4 if you want. I will. Keep playing 3S if you want. I will. SF5 is a simple game to me, but I'm not the best in my scene. So I'll keep playing 5, too.

    Also, I have no idea why people are complaining about backroll. Just walk the opponent into the corner if they keep backrolling. It's not that hard. They can only backroll and avoid the guessing on wakeup so many times before they hit the corner. And then the matchup becomes 7-3 in your favor. It won't make the game a "snorefest". Just don't play like an idiot.
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  • oodkoodk Joined: Posts: 319
    Digital- wrote: »
    the game looks like it has potential, but honestly, I just dont like any of the characters... I'm just playing casually till they add my fav characters (if they ever do that is...).

    Who your favorite character?
  • YagamiFireYagamiFire Hobby: Resurrection Joined: Posts: 3,014
    Okay full disclosure...since I party-up with friends a lot to chat with them I literally hadn't even realized there was no in-game chat with opponents.

    That is goddamn pathetic.

    Good lord, Capcom, other than raw gameplay did you do ANYTHING correct in this game? Empirical evidence suggests: no. No they did not do a single thing presentation or support-wise correctly.

    People need to be straight-up fired over this. This is incompetence of a level that is totally baffling and that just leaves me repeatedly asking "How?! How could a legitimate company release a product like this unless they wanted to look bad?"
    "Punks jump up to get beat down"

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  • TINYANGRYCRABTINYANGRYCRAB Joined: Posts: 410
    Shumabot wrote: »
    Well that's the thing you're already at the water, but since you're a horse you won't drink it.


    You have plenty of people here you can talk to and connect with to play games with until they add chat and other functions to CFN. Which characters do you like playing? Go introduce yourself in some of the character threads, get people's CFN's and start going in.

    Oh, you mean I can connect with people, lose to them repeatedly, then not be able to talk to them?

    WOAH! I hadn't thought of that! That would change my experience entirely! I'm so glad it's MY FAULT for not drinking that water. Thanks for enlightening me.

    Listen prettttttyyyy carefully.


    Some guy I've never even heard of by the name of TINYANGRYCRAB who I am a bit better than but was still competitive, had the insight to ask for my Skype name (AND I HAVEN'T USED SKYPE IN 6 MONTHS) and we talked on the phone through skype while playing our matches. This guy is probably only slightly less new to competitive fighting games than you are and had this insight. He asked ME to give HIM tips on his play while we were playing and that's what I did. It wasn't just "oh I'm going to sit here and let him beat me up and not learn anything". He as the learning player was the one who initiated the engagement.


    Now with that aside, I'm just trying to tell you that there is a lot of resource and ways for you to get good. Yes, the game should have more of it in at launch, but it's no excuse to just act like you are in some void with no tools. Ask people, put some things together and get started. I'll even PM you after this just to get you more acquainted if you choose to respond.

    This was way more fun than just playing randoms on ranked, also! After a while it's just like hanging out with somebody while doing an activity, it's fun and you don't have to wait 90seconds between matches
  • IRV316IRV316 "Lets go!" Joined: Posts: 106
    YagamiFire wrote: »
    Okay full disclosure...since I party-up with friends a lot to chat with them I literally hadn't even realized there was no in-game chat with opponents.

    That is goddamn pathetic.

    Good lord, Capcom, other than raw gameplay did you do ANYTHING correct in this game? Empirical evidence suggests: no. No they did not do a single thing presentation or support-wise correctly.

    People need to be straight-up fired over this. This is incompetence of a level that is totally baffling and that just leaves me repeatedly asking "How?! How could a legitimate company release a product like this unless they wanted to look bad?"

    It seems at the moment the only good about SFV is the RAW gameplay.
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  • DevilJin 01DevilJin 01 Get some shill in yo system Joined: Posts: 57,984 mod
    RAW is WAR

    Ain't nothin, Capcom's ruthless still producin.  Cut em a check or find yoself toothless.  Keep it shill with no confusin.  Niggas say I'm shill...they ain't hard I can prove it YEEEAH


  • AudricVsFoodAudricVsFood Joined: Posts: 293
    edited March 2016
    Digital- wrote: »
    the game looks like it has potential, but honestly, I just dont like any of the characters... I'm just playing casually till they add my fav characters (if they ever do that is...).
    Shumabot wrote: »
    I think tonight might be the last time I play this game for the next year. I tried to join the FGC with this game, but it's garbage. The people are constantly mean, the game is unfinished and bad, and there are no outlets for me to get better or other ways to play to let off some steam without just closing the game.

    If this is what fighting games are like no wonder they're so unpopular.

    Just play offline with friends. People online are just a bunch of http://dontevenreply.com e-thugs. Like 90% of them, and I'm not even trying to exaggerate. And if you're serious about joining the FGC, just make it out to a major with some friends. You don't even have to play. Everyone's much nicer in person. Even the top players with the douchey outward personas, like F Champ and Chris G.

    Or if you can find a good weekly to make it out to, that's even better. Because then you'd be able to make it more frequently. The regularity will make it so that you can make some cool friends who might actually know a few things about the game.

    I'm lucky because San Diego has a strong scene, in Street Fighter, and in fighting games in general, really. We get two weekly tournaments, a bi-weekly up North a bit in Temecula, and then there are a bunch of DL meetups.
    And most importantly, I am free in all the ways you are not.
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