The noob friendly tactics are a way to help new people who haven’t played a fighting game of this complexity get started, nothing more. If that somehow turns you off, then you wouldn’t have liked the game anyway.
My only complaint so far is the character list. All of my favorites from SF didn’t make the initial cut.
A game can have mechanics that allows new players to break in to a rather tough scene while also still being deep to allow for creative gameplay. To me it appears that Capcom has went out of their way to include a ton of stuff to help new people along while giving all the hardcore players the depth they need. It’s hard to say this early though since a lot of the tech hasn’t been figured out yet on the latter side.
Also, asking a question like this at the beginning of day +3 is pretty “scrubby” and wreaks of trolling/flame bait.
I know what you mean. My mains in SFIV are Oni and Fei Long I did learn a bit of Ibuki but, much like from sfIII to IV, she’s changed a ton.
Well I haven’t met someone using n00b tactics that I haven’t beaten yet… except the first dude I played that used Auto-Block Gems … mind fucked me a lil bit but then I realize that the next guy that used them blocking must such so I eat his meter first then his character …
Well if Marvel 3 still has a strong showing at tourneys this game will definetly last a long time. This game is actually really good so far. But who knows what broken shit people will discover in a couple months time.
Cool … I am leaving the street fighter characters alone atm cause it is like the Tekken Cast are Completely new characters I want to learn… I Really use to play Tekken alot but I really got serious into fighters with SF4 … this game is GREAT lol