The new console website details modes, online play, and other things.
This is definitely not all, many expect K’ and Mai to be revealed at E3, since various sources point out that there are over 22 characters, and rumors of 6 planned for the console version. And the mentioning of hidden characters (therefore, Mature and Elisabeth don’t count as hidden characters since they have their own box in the select screen).
but some say the number 6 is referring to amount of players in online lobbies,
so chances are, if K’ and Mai are not on the disk, they might be added through DLC.
The artwork hints seem to strongly suggest they are the hidden characters, though. so there is a good chance there will be 4 added characters instead of 2.
The one thing the new trailer displays that the online section doesn’t mention are the Clan online features, which is still unknown how it works, but clearly displayed in the main menus of the video.
maybe they figure they can attract more people with more traditional style fighting…they probably figured during development they would be releasing it on next gen consoles which would bring a whole lot of new people into the KOF franchise (kinda like sf4 did with alot of people)
but…depending on if this game goes well and how popular it gets…i can see them making another one but with more of the newer chars and such…i mean…why would you add new characters such as oswald and momoko if your just gonna leave them out of new gen Kof?
Considering KOF has always been known for being an aggressive game and SF4 has basically neutered my ability to play like that I have no problem jumping on this game, Mature’s announcement has made me really want to learn KOF now since I wasn’t really too into most of the other characters that were announced previously.
Well people here has eyes. How many times have one of the og members blazed somebody’s ass up for not looking at the scroll? If people are interested they will go down, and check to see if something is in the game that they might like.
You make a good point. Sure I understand garnering interest but at one point do we attract people serious in the game and at what point do we detract the dabblers?
I personally don’t wanna deal with a bunch of dabblers…been there done that… a good amount is fine, but they will clash with my ideals because I am hardcore…they won’t put the dedication necessary and will look for tiers and the easy way out to success, and they will play it to pass the time while they are in some “SF4 tournament” or something else.
Not my cup of tea… :tdown: I want the REAL PLAYERS…:rock: