Street fighter X Tekken

Discussion in 'Video Games' started by nickmsmith, May 16, 2012.

  1. nickmsmith

    nickmsmith Most poverty RB core.

    anybody played this?

    I rented it from redbox last night. Pretty disappointed. I LOVE tekken. my favorite franchise from the late 90s til now, I own Tekken 4, the arcade machine.
    and SF, which was my favorite earlier than that, but the game isn't great to me.

    Glad I rented it for one day.

    It plays just like a Street Fighter game, nothing like Tekken, plus Capcom pulled their crap where they lock content ALREADY ON THE DISC and make you pay to access it. As if 60 bucks for the game isn't enough. I wish namco would have made this one.

    Guess I'll wait til the next Tekken game.
  2. SawdustMan

    SawdustMan The Reigning, Defending, Undisputed Beav Champion

    It's actually supposed to play just like SF. The initial deal was for Capcom to make a SF X Tekken "Street Fighter game" and for Namco to make a Tekken X SF "Tekken game". AFIAK Tekken X SF is still in the works they are just being really slow with it.
  3. nickmsmith

    nickmsmith Most poverty RB core.

    ah, gotcha. They are just missing so many characters. And I loved MvC2 where you had so many characters.

    Almost all of my personal favorites are missing from this game. Lei Wulong, Baek, Eddy Gordo/Christie, Armor King, E Honda, Blanka (purchasable character), Dan, etc.

    With the massive storage available on this system, you'd think they could jam pack this thing with characters, no dice. Instead, we get characters like Poison, which I had never heard of in my life.

    I think I'd rather play Street fighter 4 and Tekken 6. The crossover thing wasn't as cool as I expected. I hated street fighter 4 as well. Capcom has suckered me a bunch, just like on MvC3.
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