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Street Fighter V: The Kotaku Review

2016-11-08  Strategy     Source: 未知  
Playing Street Fighter V at launch feels like being at a construction site where the foundation is being poured. The structure we'll eventually all recognise isn't there yet. But if the foundation is cracked or uneven, that future architect
Street Fighter V: The Kotaku Review

Playing Street Fighter V at launch feels like being at a construction site where the foundation is being poured. The structure we'll eventually all recognise isn't there yet. But if the foundation is cracked or uneven, that future architecture won't work as intended. So far, the bedrock of Street Fighter's evolution feels mostly solid, if a little spare.

Capcom wants to do lots of different things with Street Fighter V. The latest chapter of the fighting game franchise introduces new characters and new mechanics, both meant to deepen the strategies with which players approach the game. Capcom's also attempting to bridge the gap between console and PC players with cross-platform play.

The company once famous for Mega Man is trying to serve two very different mandates with Street Fighter V. They want to grow a mainstream audience who'll probably only play the game casually while also delivering a game deep enough to keep high-level pro players interested. The latter goal is a crucial part of an aspirational loop that keeps Street Fighter games relevant and successful. This is the series where world-class pro gamers demonstrate spellbinding skills; play it enough and you too might join their number.

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