- changing some properties of his j.D attacks
- giving him an aerial version of his DP
- letting him do j.214A out of 236A's leap thing
- letting him do 236AB, 236AC, and 236AD in the air, with j.236AA becoming his j.214A instead of the knives
- 236AC/j.236AC (Izuna drop) does more damage the higher up you are)
Letting him do his 236A series in the air is huge as it lets him do say j.236AB off of the first hit of 6C midscreen, or after j.6D in corner for example.
As well, it lets you do things such as "AA 2C>sj>j.B>j.C>jc>j.B>j.C>j.236AC" and the like, though some routes require using say 5C as well or instead.
Of course, it being designed with Western Audiences primarily, that just raises the all important question. Will there be a dub?
The reason why neither BBCF and GGXrdRev didn't had a dub was because the VA strike that was happening around their releases.
Not necessarily. It was actually just a case of rushing to try and get the games out closer to Japanese releases and save some money with speculation on it having to do with working on like Revelator and Centralfiction at the same time.
I don't think it had to do with any sort of strike because as far as I know, the only VA that was part of it was Erin Fitzgerald (Bullet in BB, Ramlethal in GG). Both Cristina Vee (Noel), and Patrick Seitz (Ragna) were surprised that they didn't hear anything and kind of in the dark and all that.
Yeah, and that doesn't matter so much even either. It's like look, I'd rather have somebody with a worse K/D ratio if I know they're more of a team player and that half of their deaths were soaking up bullets so their teammates could move the payload, than some guy who only goes for Play of the Game every time and doesn't care about anything else.