I put the game on pre order at game stop but im having cold feet about it. Its not really about the money mostly about having a paper weight in the future.
I really dislike all add titles capcom likes to play with.
UMVC seems like its a complete game and its stated that no other people can be added into the game unless it was pre designed that way. So NO DLC packages out side of costumes and clothing. I bought shuma and jill for the sake of having a complete game.
I just feel like alot of people are going to bitch up a storm about SXT and get capcom to change things. They really are going to milk this title for all its worth. Seeing how they have the gimmicky fight sticks that can be “attached together”.
Gem system is not a issue to me mostly because im more worried about wasting money on games. Only buy systems for games that I play. Is anyone also having mixed feelings about capcom fucking around>/?
I also will get the soul calibur 5 since namco does not fuck around like capcom and they seem to make whole games… Rather than half games.
Mostly im looking for does anyone have any inside news as to capcom trying to sell you more versions of this game? It just seems like Namco is not a whore like that along with Arc or Mortal Kombat. I just really dislike having to buy more games than you have to.
In regards to your last statement- I hear soul calibur 5 was very rushed and has a lot of dlc planned to get the “full game” effect. Its a bit obvious in its lack of modes, missing/pointless characters (theres 3 mimic characters in the game and still classic sc styles are missing) and even though it seems its customization has been upgraded, certain articles of clothing and such are missing and are already planned for DLC.Still looks better than SFxT, however, which may not included 4 characters that are (presumably) already done.
I’m not going to buy game X because sequel Y in game X is going to be out in a year!
You may as well not get it or get it late at a discount. Opportunity costs for both decisions. Decide with your wallet.
An internet forum isn’t going to sway your decision. Unless you’re 12 years old and lack the insight to.
Im sorry for not being dedicated to games until recent…Hell I just got a PS3 two months ago just because all the newer/good fighting games have been coming out. I do not play COD or the thousands of first person shooters or RPGs. So my genre is finally coming back…So im asking advice on whats going on.
I do not read gaming mags and just stumbled upon this site looking for info. I just got back into gaming dusting off my old systems and becoming a kid again. So dont treat this thread like im a idiot.
Its not a money issue…It just sucks having ten different versions of the same game if I could wait thats all.
he stated that sfxt won’t have a NEW entry that makes your old game obsolete. any “update” will be in form of a DLC (like ssf4 => ssf4:ae). so go ahead and buy it. wating doesn’t bring you anything. besides, I surely wouldn’t want to miss 1 year experience with the system and fun playing the game, just to “save” a few bucks.
You don’t need to be sorry and it’s not necessary for you to follow games to understand the concept.
Something newer will be out. Whether this is the GoTY edition, a DLC, or an all-out sequel… it will come out at some point.
Yes it sucks having 10 different versions of the same game. But you buy the game as is and it’s good to play forever. Well if you don’t like it, you won’t buy the sequel. If you liked it you will buy the next thing out there to keep up, if that’s your thing. However, your initial purchase is still good for the x hours of entertainment you got out of it compared to someone who’s picking it up for the first time.
Yes this does suck if you bought the game a week before the sequel/DLC/GoTY was announced, but no one on this forum or even up in the Dev offices will advise you otherwise.
My advice is if you’re really unsure, wait until a week or two after release. Then judge yourself to see if it’s worth it. If you’re worried about pre-order content or collector’s edition stuff… just buy it and don’t open it. You can still return it if it turns out to be crappy from other forum members’ first impressions (when we’ll actually be useful rather than now when it hasn’t been out). I’m not having a go at you, I’m only showing you an option to consider your decisions somewhat more rationally.