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The basic way Street Fighter V plays will be immediately familiar to anyone that picked up a stick (or a pad) and went for a few rounds on Street Fighter IV. The standard six-button system remains in place – jab, strong, fierce punches and short, forward and roundhouse kicks –..
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Did you know how much these games changed during development? Devil May Cry was originally going to be a Resident Evil sequel It’s one of the more famous examples of a massive gear shift for a videogame as Hideki Kamiya pitched a much more action orientated experience for Resident Evil..
The ‘doom clock’, or doom timer, is a fascinating mechanic in gaming – its primary uses usually involve some kind of unstoppable death at the end of a countdown. Loved by some, loathed by many, the doom clock pressures players. Mixing a completionist with a doom clock is a recipe..
Released to the blanket apathy of the fighting community, Capcom’s newest fighter could actually be the next logical step in the much anticipated Namco/Capcom crossover.