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LOL... You prefer to support a bunch of amateur developers who can't launch a mod after more than 6 years? People should support Namco. They are releasing many anime based games in PC right now and they did a very remarkable job with Xeno. By supporting them, we surely will have more good anime games on PC. The good thing is that Xeno did well, so a Xeno 2 is a sure thing, and you will have it in a reasonable time.
Yep, and the first fundamental difference is that DBZ is about fighting.
But anyways, I wasn't talking about the game's genre, I was talking about the whole concept of a DBZ game on PC.
This project is more doomed that I thought. I tried Xenoverse and it has many similarities with this, but more focused on what really matters in a DBZ game, you know, the fights.
I'm also pretty confident that this has nothing to do against a proper commercial DBZ game. It doesn't matter if the gameplay lets you move freely through the scenery, presentation, polishing and overall quality will be indisputably superior in Xeno. You will get people's attention (including mine, sure) the few post-launch weeks, then, 80% of people will get back to the real thing.
Don't be so confident and admits you guys lost the course long time ago.
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Definetly, bye bye ESF...
No, LOL, I have a PS3 and I knew about the game since the first pic released. I was planning to buy it on PS3, but since my main platform is PC, I will buy it on Steam.
Keep waiting for your vaporware.
You haven't proven anything, you're supposing, is very different.
The game is being developed by Dimps (Budokai series and Burst limit), thats the proof that indicates the game is gonna be different.
Anyway, this is a nonsense, we're discussing vaporware vs actual software. The choice should be obvious.
Tenkaichi 2 doesn't have QTEs and it doesn't oblige you to lock-on.
1. A MOD (remember, a mod, not a game) that is unfinished with 11 years of development at its back, is ridiculous. I know the developer of Streets of Rage Remake and he finished the game in 8 years, nearly alone and with 2 or 3 years of doing nothing, that is 5/6 years, and it's a completely new and free game. STALKER Lost Alpha was nearly finished in 5 years and it's practically a new game. And I can go on and go on with examples of reasonable development times.
2. I haven't saw any QTE or the game forcing you on lock-on in any of the trailers, so those arguments are simple suppositions. Even if the game has these two flaws, the game is still professionally developed, unlike ESF.
I was talking about Street Fighter. Console DBZ games doesn't have anything in common to Street Fighter. Xenoverse will be limited by control (we will see about that, because nothing confirms this...) but ESF is limited by ridiculous development time. Xenoverse will soon be playable, ESF not, and we have to see how the release of Xeno in PC affects ESF.
Compare Xenoverse with SF is ridiculous...
Yeah, and it has NES graphics, right?
I was sick of it long ago, but I still had interest in it because it was the only way to play something similar to the console games. Development time this mod is taking is ridiculous, and now is too late, because now we will have proper DBZ game.
Yep, it looks very good indeed, and unlike many fans, I don't have aversion to new story stuff, so I like the alternate universe idea.
Xenoverse will be released for PC. Sorry to say it, but I've lost all interest in this...
Open beta?, isn't supposed it would be the full game?
Well, another of those eternal projects...
Cancelled, what a sourprise... It will not be revisited for sure, no matter what they said. Too much motivation at first for nothing, always the same.