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User Info: Iceassassin25

Iceassassin25
6 days ago#11
SF5 and Tekken are less complicated than DOA lol

Also MK is and always will be better than SF
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User Info: RetroGamer9

RetroGamer9
6 days ago#12
Iceassassin25 posted...
SF5 and Tekken are less complicated than DOA lol

Also MK is and always will be better than SF
Some of the worst opinions and misleading facts in one post.
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User Info: Vulcan422

Vulcan422
6 days ago#13
No changing minds from me. SF5 is an amazing game now. It took a while, but it's proof that when you make long-term investments, sometimes you can be rewarded for them.

Tekken 7 is great too, even if its luster has started to wear off in the wake of Season 3. The balancing decisions are starting to look VERY NRS-esque with Murray in charge instead of Harada. Only good change was the Mishima EWGF buff, making it more like classic Tekken EWGFs.
SF5: M. Bison, Urien, Seth | T7: Leroy, Kazumi, Dragunov | GBVS: Beelzebub | SamSho: Genjuro, Shiki

User Info: Bestia_Somnia

Bestia_Somnia
6 days ago#14
Iceassassin25 posted...
SF5 and Tekken are less complicated than DOA lol

Also MK is and always will be better than SF

Haha.. no

User Info: OnlySkin

OnlySkin
6 days ago#15
Vulcan422 posted...
No changing minds from me. SF5 is an amazing game now. It took a while, but it's proof that when you make long-term investments, sometimes you can be rewarded for them.

Tekken 7 is great too, even if its luster has started to wear off in the wake of Season 3. The balancing decisions are starting to look VERY NRS-esque with Murray in charge instead of Harada. Only good change was the Mishima EWGF buff, making it more like classic Tekken EWGFs.
Omg no, EWGF buffs are trash and Mishimas are trash. The only good thing are the recent buffs for Nina.

User Info: Iceassassin25

Iceassassin25
6 days ago#16
RetroGamer9 posted...
Some of the worst opinions and misleading facts in one post.

How? DOA has a more complicated fighting system than Tekken or SF but since DOA is only seen as the fan service game people forget about how brutal the counter system is

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User Info: Vulcan422

Vulcan422
6 days ago#17
Iceassassin25 posted...
How? DOA has a more complicated fighting system than Tekken or SF but since DOA is only seen as the fan service game people forget about how brutal the counter system is
The only time DOA could actually be considered "complicated" was DOA5, and it was one of the worst games in the franchise due to its heavy emphasis on stun lock. The instant you got hit, there was literally nothing you could do because counters were so terrible in that game. You basically just had to eat the combo, which became even longer if you had Super built up. That said, it had amazing aesthetics even if it turned into a DLC scam game.

DOA6 is better gameplay-wise, but as an overall game it's far, far worse than 5.
SF5: M. Bison, Urien, Seth | T7: Leroy, Kazumi, Dragunov | GBVS: Beelzebub | SamSho: Genjuro, Shiki

User Info: Leo__87

Leo__87
6 days ago#18
This topic yet again.
It is not... like at all. Is pretty terrible in basically all aspects really.
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User Info: bluepet

bluepet
6 days ago#19
Then go play it and shut up.
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User Info: Mechani11Kong

Mechani11Kong
6 days ago#20
Just can't get into Tekken or Street Fighter. Tekken is pretty slow imo and people complain about MK11 having no combos yet I rarely see any in SFV and when I do? They're the most basic looking combos ever.
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