Did you watch it?
If so, what did you take away from it?
I thought it was interesting, they mentioned SFV as more of an offensive game, rather than a Defensive game.
Daigo compared it to Poker. He said in this version, there is a little but more risk involved, and even though you have the cards in your hand, You don’t know whats going to “flop,” etc… making the game a little bit more chance oriented.
Watching them play, the all seemed to be impressed about how easily Mika can body people, especially with her V trigger setups.
Watching there matches, I noticed Dhalsim, Mika, and Chun Li, were just Wrecking everyone.
Looked like they were have a great time playing it.
However, after spectating the matches. I myself, got a little bored. I think it really showed the lack of depth, combos, etc… It just seemed like the same to setups over and over.
Hahaha, I also thought it was hilarious how they went into training mode and SHARED THEIR TECH. Meanwhile, turf wars in America.