A G1ANT SQU1D wrote:It offers a tag system, which is all TTT offered when compared to T3, besides better graphics. If I were to expect as much of a leap in graphics between TTT2 and T6 as I saw between TTT and T3, then I would have to expect NAMCO to prolong TTT2's release until technological advances would allow for such a leap. I've already waited 11 years for this game. I don't wanna wait anymore. Sure, I expect TTT2's graphics to be better than T6's but I don't think it's reasonable to compare that to what happened with T3 and TTT. The PS2 allowed for such a drastic change due to newly refined technology. If we wanna see that kind of change between TTT2 and T6, we would probably have to wait for the next generation of console
I will try to be patient and wait untill Tekken 7 (which I hope is on a next gen console)
A G1ANT SQU1D wrote:Ohhhhh, okay. Well, ya, I guess it is kinda boring when you're the one getting your a** juggled up and down the stage. I find it entertaining to be the one doing the juggling, though. Look, I get the whole argument about "I miss the back'n'forth style of the older Tekkens". Heck, I miss that too sometimes. However, this is the direction that NAMCO has taken and I just don't see the point in people moaning about it. There are 7 other tekken games you can play if you really hate the bound system that much. I don't get why people can't either get over it and adapt or go play something else.
True, I'm always playing Tekken 2 and 3 anyway which r my two favorties. It would just be nice to see the Tekken series change a little again and cut down the juggles and bring a little more realism to their presentaton (these r just merely two out of many suggestions) and offer something fresh I am hoping they do this on their next title after TTT2.
A G1ANT SQU1D wrote:You're entitled to your opinion.
Thnx, you're too!
A G1ANT SQU1D wrote:I'm a gamer. I like to play video games. When I find a game I like, I do what I can to learn the mechanics of it so that I can play it the way it was meant to be played and have an optimal experience instead of wishing it was "this way" or "that way". If I find myself wishing that, then it's time for me to stop playing that game and find one that I can handle/enjoy. Besides, the bound/juggle system in T6 really isn't that hard to grasp.
Again I have to agree with you here, which is why I am not interested in TTT2. Like i've mentioned If Tekken 7 doesn't change it's graphics/presentation or gameplay enough so there is a REAL difference I'll permantely retire. As for the difficulty of the bound system it's really easy you're right I was stringing long combos within 20 mins of first playing it then I got bored. I could imagine it being alot harder for casuals though.
Tofma wrote:]1)the games not out yet.
2)kinda like tag1 (the arc ver with t3 graphics) looked like t3 again.
1) True but I won't be sticking around to see how it develops, Jun Kazama's return is intruging to me though I wnt lie....
2) However the PS2 Version which I and most people outside of Japan played had compeltely redone graphics and presentation it really was fine, fine work.
Tofma wrote:because its a big risk. ever heard of SF3?? most sf2 fans didnt like that because it was so different and as a result sf4 took 10 years
If it's a big risk then why did Teken 3 change from Tekken 1 and 2? wasn't the supposed sweet spot found with Tekken 3?
This discrepancy must be addressed why can Tekken 3 change despite being a more highly regarded game?
As for SF3 I had no idea people didn't like it I knew people had issues against the roster but besides that I always thought it was a well loved and recieved game. I sure as hell enjoyed it, all three titles. Then when SF4 was released and all the original cast were coming back it made the game even more exciting imagine if SF3 was almost identical to SF4 in terms of gameplay and roster and art design SF4 would have never been as hyped and sucessful.
Tofma wrote:t6 combos are mad short. go try hnk
In comparison to Tekken 2 and 3 they aren't.
Tofma wrote:if you're gonna say something like that then try to list some reasons. the only difference in gameplay mechanics is the walls.
The game style is very different it is very combo/juggle heavy in comparison to Tekken 3 which has a major effect on way it's played. The older titles had a more back'n'forth style (Giant Squid can back me up on this) much more time in the air/ground defenseles. Also it's graphics engine/style also looked significally different to Tekken 4 and 3. Sometimes I still can't believe Tekken 5 is a PS2 game looks like it belongs on the gam
Tofma wrote:so if the game had slightly better graphics it would be way more fun? right...idk about you but stuff like "realistic water" is always unnoticed and doesnt affect how fun the gameplay is.
It does effect the beauty of the visuals though which can help draw people in especially casuals and new fans big time. Like I mentioned in a previous post graphics and gameplay is a two man job one is not more important then the other IMO.
Tofma wrote:No. actually i dont think videogames are made for you. you obviously dont care about the gameplay. it's all about dem grapchis and effects.
Non-sense If I were to take what u've just said here as true wouldnt it be ilogical for me buy video games? If I only care about graphics wouldn't it make much more sense for me to just simply download high res screenshots and videos?