Its time to reboot Street Fighter and ill show capcom how
the way Capcom would do free to play would be like this: You get 4 characters and 2 stages free and the others are $7 each and at the end the game will be much more expensive than just paying $60 for it plus the on-disc DLC.
This article sounds like one someone would make just to stretch out saying "i don't like paying for games." Seriously, Street Fighter isn't an MMO. Why should anyone expect it to be free?
Someone needs to learn some basic spelling and grammer if they want to be taken seriously.
0_0 Wrong post for a spelling mistake. Either that, or that was a meta-comment far too subtle for the Internet. (I agree though, starting an article with an its/it's error is not that bright)
Street Fighter was already rebooted. It was called Street Fighter 4 and it brought back the fighting game genre.
yes and i don't understand why it should be free? its capcom if you are not paying up front than they will figure out a way to get every cent out of your pocket in the long run
how bout reviving street fighter alpha? I want to feel young again.
Capcom is the Japanese Ed, Edd, N Eddy.
pardon my ignorance, but im a bit confused here. what exactly does free-to-play imply?
It means you can get a game for free but you'll have to pay to unlock stuff such as stronger weapons and armor.
After re6 flopping and the monster hunter fiasco im never purchasing from capcom again unless it is used. Im boycottingvthem and so should youse square enix also. Companies need to get their shit together its not about lets make a great game anymore its about lets make a game thats easy and will appeal to the mainstream to maximise sales.
This article was written by a 12 year old. Protip: Have your parents proofread your writing before you put it online.
Or invest in Microsoft Word, whose grammar notifications are often smarter than a lot of people's command of the English language.
This has to be the worst idea I've read. So this person proposes to have capcom take a game we love to play and base the entire game on the one thing everyone hates capcom for, micro-transactions ? It's hard enough to buy a capcom game and not feel ripped off but at least you know that there are some things they cant do. Given this writers free to play model capcom can say rent you ryu for a year for 7 bucks per costume if they're feeling generous.
This was a very stupid idea , and shall easily remain at the top of the list of worst ideas for 2013 . So the solution to the abuse of dlc is is to follow a model only leading to the strongest form of dlc abuse and fatique ? Good job ... i hope you never get to design a game
Terrible idea, as if Capcom doesn't try to nickel and dime gamers enough as it is. Not to mention the huge number of capitalization, grammar, and spelling mistakes makes it impossible to take anything the "author" wrote seriously.
"...it is time to embrace free to play and introduce a whole new audience to your games." I stopped reading here. I wonder if the person who wrote this article works for free.
No, he works for cookies and milk judging by the third grade grammar.
I created to this account to say....no...just....no. Capcom is already messing up with how they released MvC 3 and SS IV. Free-to-play works well but please no Street Fighter. I'm getting sick and tired of getting half a game. I want to buy a game once that is it. When I bought Street Fighter 2 for SNES I got a complete game. When I bought MvC 1 I got a complete game. With that being said, if I can eventually be really good at the game and get everything unlocked I would go that route. A perfect game would be free 100% all the time Gratis, but we live in reality and Capcom is a business. SSFIVAE is too awsome.
I would like to see capcom reboot Resident Evil i think that would help capcom and the Resident Evil franchise and go back to the roots of horror on Resident evil please capcom
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