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Edited by agent-trunks on May 23rd 2019 at 5:09:56 AM
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Teddie's fighting Mai Natsume. His poison attack heals her.
And its lore accurate because Mai's powers actually let her eat terrible food like Noel's because she tastes their love.
I love how Mai says "Not so bad!" when eating MFX.
Is there an Arcana Heart mix of BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle's main theme?
Ladies and gentlemen, we got him. (Seth's VA, that is)
Mark Whitten? New name to me.
Yea, a lot of the VA's that aren't reprising are pretty new to the scene; think that's pretty cool actually.
Yeah, gets them exposure and a chance to build that portfolio.
Mark Whitten's other notable roles include Oh in Home: Adventures with Tip & Oh, Hrid and Lyon in Fire Emblem Heroes, Alex in Street Fighter V, and Peppy Hare in Star Fox Zero: The Battle Begins.
Don't kill me but I think that BBTAG canceled out Arcsys' plan to give BBCF "long term support". BBCF always felt incomplete to me, as supposed to be climatic BB game.
...And you're basing that on?
On the fact that CF is untouched since 2.0 (Jubei) update. And it's the only update they've done to it (Switch version is just re-release but including all DLC).
/ With all due respect, your argument sounds like it proves the exact opposite of the point you're trying to make.
That...doesn't make sense. They haven't updated the game because...its completed and decided to focus on TAG. I'm not seeing the correlation here.
For example CF has no dub, Unlimited characters, some missing parts in story, the gag reels were an afterthought + few in numbers, and there can still be supports for core gameplay (supposed to be the pinnacle of BB’s mechanics) like in form of new characters like Trinity and Kajun (And Mori did say he wanted Trinity to be playable), or new modes.
It felt incomplete by that to me, I feel like CPEX had more content than CF (apart from roster number ofc). Gameplay wise what CF has is increase in speed, outside of that all that changed was active flow and EA.
The dub is a localization issue, Arcsys of Japan have no say in that at all.
Unlimited characters are mainly just extra features.
Few numbers in what?
While CF has less single player content that CP, that's...not really enough of a reason to say they prioritized TAG over it. CF came out in 2015 and TAG came out in 2018...which is the average cycle for a new game.
They can dub it actually, but they are rushing BBCF tbh for Evo (which, also left out other contents like I mentioned there). Their excuse of not dubbing was it would delay the game 6 months for release.
I never see Unlimiteds as mere extra content. Apart from tradition, Unlimiteds are also important to story mode, showing the state characters in (characters like Ragna being in Super Mode or not, indicator of powerful boss like Mu, possibly going all out like Tsubaki in CS, etc.). They also give epic boss fight, both as bosses/final boss in story (unlike groups of Anti-Climax Boss CF has) and Unlimited Mars mode.
Few numbers as, the gag reels I mean (there are only few gag reels).
Still, BBTAG is a spinoff (as usual, for crossover games), won't replace the series proper. I know that it seems weird that I complained for the non-online aspect when people mostly in it for online but I still want CF to be truly as complete as previous ones like CPEX (and they did say they want CF to be a long-lasting game, no Extend needed, but just forgotten apart from news in 2018 where they say dub costs $250k).
Edited by asdfr on Jun 12th 2019 at 12:30:06 AM
One man's "complete" is another's "unfinished", just saying...
There's no excuse for the Unlimited characters, but the dub has since been confirmed to be due to cost issues due to the sheer amount of voiced content compared to previous entries.
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