l ended up opening up my copy of DoA5+.....

#1ManjiMidouPosted 3/16/2013 6:29:49 PM
l'm going to end up giving it a week before deciding if l should keep it or exchange it towards Bioshock Infinite.

The game does look pretty, l'll go as far as to say they still look better than TTT2 character models.

Aside from it looking pretty there's nothing much going for it for me. As a long time Tekken/soul calibur/blazeblue/ pokemon fighter l am not digging the combat.

The game modes are so bare bones when compared to tekken.

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That is all.
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#2kamikaze135Posted 3/16/2013 6:40:44 PM
Yeah....I got DoA5 on the PS3 and felt the same. Very lacking.
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#3TheExiled280Posted 3/16/2013 6:50:26 PM(edited)
Barebones? Really? Well to each their own. I hope you end up liking it and keeping it so I have a good online punching bag :3

And which version of BlazBlue do you have? Vita or PS3?
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#4FelineCyborgPosted 3/16/2013 8:08:22 PM
i honestly dont care if a fighting game is barebones as long as it has online and the core game is balanced/solid
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#5TheExiled280Posted 3/16/2013 8:11:38 PM
From: FelineCyborg | Posted: 3/16/2013 11:08:22 PM | #004
i honestly dont care if a fighting game is barebones as long as it has online and the core game is balanced/solid


then why not play it on a home console? and the SP isn't really barebones, its the minion of what a fighter should have IMO. Capcom fighters and PSABR are barebones
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#6NnamzPosted 3/16/2013 8:15:37 PM
TheExiled280 posted...
From: FelineCyborg | Posted: 3/16/2013 11:08:22 PM | #004
i honestly dont care if a fighting game is barebones as long as it has online and the core game is balanced/solid


then why not play it on a home console?


Why not play it on both? I am. At home I play on my PS3. Buying the Vita version to practice combos on the go, and play online with my friends while away from my system.
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#7TheExiled280Posted 3/16/2013 8:19:07 PM
From: Nnamz | Posted: 3/16/2013 11:15:37 PM | #006
TheExiled280 posted...
From: FelineCyborg | Posted: 3/16/2013 11:08:22 PM | #004
i honestly dont care if a fighting game is barebones as long as it has online and the core game is balanced/solid


then why not play it on a home console?


Why not play it on both? I am. At home I play on my PS3. Buying the Vita version to practice combos on the go, and play online with my friends while away from my system.


True, but I was thinking more at the people who buy one or the other. Like buying SxT only on Vita for online play. I might buy DoA5 on PS3 if I can find it for like $20-30
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#8co1onelPosted 3/16/2013 8:21:29 PM
TheExiled280 posted...
From: Nnamz | Posted: 3/16/2013 11:15:37 PM | #006
TheExiled280 posted...
From: FelineCyborg | Posted: 3/16/2013 11:08:22 PM | #004
i honestly dont care if a fighting game is barebones as long as it has online and the core game is balanced/solid


then why not play it on a home console?


Why not play it on both? I am. At home I play on my PS3. Buying the Vita version to practice combos on the go, and play online with my friends while away from my system.


True, but I was thinking more at the people who buy one or the other. Like buying SxT only on Vita for online play. I might buy DoA5 on PS3 if I can find it for like $20-30


I prefer playing fighters on Vita because the d-pad works so well for me, and the 360's d-pad is complete garbage. Plus I just enjoy playing any game on a handheld more.
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#9TheExiled280Posted 3/16/2013 8:23:25 PM
From: co1onel | Posted: 3/16/2013 11:21:29 PM | #008
TheExiled280 posted...
From: Nnamz | Posted: 3/16/2013 11:15:37 PM | #006
TheExiled280 posted...
From: FelineCyborg | Posted: 3/16/2013 11:08:22 PM | #004
i honestly dont care if a fighting game is barebones as long as it has online and the core game is balanced/solid


then why not play it on a home console?


Why not play it on both? I am. At home I play on my PS3. Buying the Vita version to practice combos on the go, and play online with my friends while away from my system.


True, but I was thinking more at the people who buy one or the other. Like buying SxT only on Vita for online play. I might buy DoA5 on PS3 if I can find it for like $20-30


I prefer playing fighters on Vita because the d-pad works so well for me, and the 360's d-pad is complete garbage. Plus I just enjoy playing any game on a handheld more.


Well that I can understand. Maybe its just because I only find good Wi-Fi at home. I also prefer playing fighters on handhelds more, I just need SP content.
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#10plus1zeroPosted 3/16/2013 8:24:56 PM
Pokemon fighter? Do tell.