they deleted the previous video which was incomplete and now have uploaded the whole WSO3 event
seems like it's going to continue
seems like it's going to continue
The derpy thing is that they could've easily made a facsimile CAS to represent young Tira or young(er) Xianghua, etc. The clothing grafts on to shorter models, etc., anyway. The worst thing about it would be slight incontinuity with the portrait art. It would've made more sense.I'm sorry, but this is the first time you've employed what I'd have to call ridiculous logic. There is, by necessity, a certain degree of disconnect between the gameplay and the narrative in any game.
We take it with us into every battle in this game, accepting that characters who were just impaled or bisected will continue getting back up until an arbitrary colored bar has depleted. Hell, even before all that, we've accepted it when a meeting that began in a bustling marketplace shifts to a butte in the desert when it's time for the fighting to begin.
The battle models that do the fighting in these random locations and walk off fatal attacks inflicted thereupon fall into this same nebulous space. There's simply no way I can take the argument seriously that Tira having a single battle model indicates anything about the narrative when they would have had to be straight-up stupid to expect her fans to learn how to play with a drastically different version of her from the beginning of her Soul Chronicle to the end.
Should the balancing and designing effort have been put in by the developers for a handful of matches that would inevitably have been ill-received anyway due to players being forced to play most of Tira's Soul Chronicle with her handling slightly differently from one battle to the next? How absurd.
If you're only insisting that the narrative here expands as far as the time of SCII and SCIII, then ... well, yes. One look at the timeline screen tells us that. Or a viewing of the trailer for Amy.
But if that was what you were trying to get across, you've chosen an odd way of doing so.
But that would leave them playing a tad differently, like I mentioned. For this audience in particular, imagine the fury. =PThe derpy thing is that they could've easily made a facsimile CAS to represent young Tira or young(er) Xianghua, etc. The clothing grafts on to shorter models, etc., anyway. The worst thing about it would be slight incontinuity with the portrait art. It would've made more sense, imo.
Speaking from personal experience, yes. I bought it for a friend, including the season pass, and he ended up losing interest pretty quickly, after giving the game a fair shot (completing both story modes). If they're not into it, they're not into it, and forcing the issue doesn't really work.Do you think it’s a waste of effort or money to gift this game to friends who normally would never buy it?
There's simply no way that they announce three characters at EVO.
Actually this makes sense to me except the other way around. They reveal Cassandra with a gameplay footage and then announce a Season 2 showing two characters without gameplay. My personal guess is Hwang and Setsuka (similar to Tekken 7, they will introduce an "alternate" character [Anna and Armor King] alongside an "original" character [Lei and Marduk]). It could also be Aeon and Setsuka instead.Tekken 7's Season 2 reveal trailer wants a word with you.
...Well, okay, one of those three characters was a guest with no gameplay footage, but still!
I would say it’s fair to say it’s a mix of legitimate fandom and the thirst for finally getting her back in a main series title. If she wasn’t next for DLC and radio silent, I don’t think there would be so much. I’m not downplaying her popularity, I’m just saying it’s being augmented for sure.I've seen this cosplay, awesome.
Actually i'm seeing a lot of Cass cosplays and specially fanarts, make me wonder she seems even more popular than i though, specially for a character that didn't show up since a very long time.