Thursday, March 28, 2013

James Chen suggests to fix unblockable issue for SSFIV:AE v2013

James Chen explained the unblockable issue in the SFIV series and suggestion to fix it in the v2013 update. In case if you didn't know, Capcom is taking players feedback for the new updates.

"To be honest, though, the main problem with Street Fighter IV is not the character balance. It's actually some system-wide problems with the game. In a weird coincidence, UltraDavid and I were just discussing a couple days ago how Street Fighter IV has grown slightly stale to us, largely because the game seems so vortex / ambiguous cross-up / unblockable heavy now, so the prospect of being able to remove these is pretty exciting."

"He explains that moving forward can cause character's "center" to move back slightly (which is a flaw of system). This can be a serious problem when dealing with cross-up okizeme (wake-up game) because you have too little time to move your center out of danger zone. If you hold back, you will block wrong direction. If you hold forward, your character won't block because your opponent is still TECHNICALLY in front of you."

Full article here, also summarized by Beastnote.

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