- May 9, 2019
Akira was added This Month on Sega Heroes...￼LOL, looking at it zoomed in like that and with comparison, they really chose quite the toothpick for the photo.
Yeah, I liked Virtua Fighter 4. I always used Lion because of his praying mantis fighting style and would use him again in 6.If this is VF6, please SEGA let Hiroshi Kataoka in charge of the game. He made the best VF game of all time (VF4).
I wish I could get into vf but I can’t.a new Virtua Fighter would be absolutely godlike.
It would show to the world, what is the real king of the japanese arcade 3D fighting games again.
Man if it's Virtua Fighter 6, that game would make me preorder the next gen consoles just right now.
That would be so sick and pure happiness.
To me, VF6 is the biggest game ever that SEGA can announce, EVER.
I wish I could get into vf but I can’t.
I'm proficient at it now, but it is a deep system that requires time.It's easier than it looks. I was intimidated by VF for years, but eventually I sat down and made myself learn it, and man I was glad that I did. Don't be put off by the hundreds of variations of moves, the differences are very subtle, and you'd have to play for years (as many have) to appreciate them. They're only there so the game is essentially strategically inexhaustible.
Every character more or less lives off a handful of signature moves and the evergreen PPK. Block beats attack. Attack beats throw. Throw beats block.
The thing which does take getting used to is the pace of the game. Hits trade in the blink of an eye and damage is unusually large, especially when countered. A round can be over in seconds if you're not paying attention. Otherwise it's a very accessible, very straightforward, and incredibly fun series. I find that VF's purported 'complexity' is played up by people who don't really understand how VF works.