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Street Fighter V Review – Written by Jose Vega

Purchased my copy at full price for the sake of this review.

For almost 30 years, Street Fighter was the series that gave new life to the fighting game genre. Whether it’s the memorable characters, music or its tight gameplay, it brought us so much that fans still enjoy to this day. It’s previous entry Street Fighter IV provided so much, despite the game getting numerous updates and revisions. Last year, Capcom was ready to bring Street Fighter into the next gaming generation with Street Fighter V, released as a Sony exclusive for PS4 and PC. The question looms… does it deliver the same way SFIV had all those years ago or will this game crash and burn to the ground? Considering that it’s almost a year since the game’s release, I am going to be reviewing the game in its current state.

The Street Fighter series has never been known for it’ story. This game’s no exception. The story is split between “Character Story” and the Cinematic Story that was released in June as a free update. But to summarize, M. Bison of Shadaloo enacts his plan for world domination and he does so with the Black Moons. Now several groups are gathering to put a stop to Bison’s plans but many may be having plans of their own. The story is pretty predictable, your traditional “stop the bad guy before they take over the world” thing. Nothing fancy. Considering that this is set in-between Street Fighter IV and III, it does explain certain events that we would see in later games. The character story mode however consist of short segments that last 6-10 minutes but provide a bit of exposition for all the characters involved. They’re harmless fun but at least you get an idea of what the characters are and their motivations.

Street Fighter V doesn’t offer much in terms of content. Later updates did include modes like Challenges but when it was first released, the game provided little. It makes the game feel barebones. I find it disappointing. Many other fighting games like Mortal Kombat, Tekken and Smash Bros. offer a lot of content and variety at full price and the most important thing is having content for people that just want to pick up and play. To see that it doesn’t have that is upsetting and will only drive consumers away. I am aware that the game was released for the competitive crowd but unless there’s something for casuals, it’ll be a failure from the get go. There is online play but when it was first released, it had numerous server issues that hindered the experience. They did fix it eventually but overall, Street Fighter V is barebones on release and to this day, it still is. Capcom dropped the ball and they should have put a bit more time in refining the game to make it complete.

Despite the negatives, Street Fighter V is great in terms of graphics and gameplay. The game looks amazing, a step up from Street Fighter IV. From a design standpoint, it’s well done. The character models are better but for some reason, they seem a bit too muscular. All the stages are vibrant and colorful, backing it up with music. SFV’s high point also includes the music. The music is very good and some tracks are real addicting to listen to. Thankfully you have the option to switch between stage and character music so that’s a plus.

If you’ve played a previous Street Fighter game then you’ll feel right at home. The controls are the same but there are a few noticeable changes. For starters, everyone has a Critical Art, a V-Trigger and V-Reversal. They are the game’s main gimmicks. Each character has a specific V-Trigger and Reversal ability that sets them apart from the others. They depend on the character and can make matches pretty intense. I can say that Capcom did do a good job at making the controls easier for newcomers but can also be challenging for competitive players. Compared to Street Fighter IV’s battle system, this is a bit easier. Though I wish that the game could allow players to choose from a variety of V-Trigger/Reversal and Critical Arts. It can add more to the game and its characters.

I mentioned earlier that this game offers too few content but then they decide to include micro transactions. They can be obtained either by using real money or Fight Money, Street Fighter V’s currency and consists of alternate costumes, color palettes, stages and characters that would come as DLC. If that isn’t enough, Capcom has the gall to include a season pass… in a $60 full price game that offers barebones content. Just no. It’s unacceptable. If it were like Street Fighter IV then it would be okay but not here. I don’t accept it and even now that the place has been reduced to $30, it still isn’t enough. Had Capcom put more time and released it later down the line with more characters and modes, it would be better. But sadly it shot them in the foot and they paid the price for it.

Capcom may have dropped the ball big with Street Fighter V but it shouldn’t hinder anyone from taking the time to enjoy it. The presentation and gameplay are its high points but they can only last so long with its lack of content. Yes the game was released to please the competitive crowd and an audience is there for it but they did it at the expense of the casual crowd. Regardless, Street Fighter V is a well-designed game that anyone can enjoy… if only it could provide more for your money’s worth.

Had I reviewed this game when it was first released, my rating for it would be less than what it should deserve. For the time being, I give Street Fighter V a 6 out of 10.
Street Fighter V Review
This review took me almost a year to do. Had I reviewed this when it first came out, my rating for the game would be a bit harsh. But after seeing the Season 1 DLC and the Character Story Mode, my opinion sort of changed but it's still the same. Street Fighter V was released barebones at full price. I bought it at full price and I still feel pissed off that they game was released in this state. Made worse is that this game is Capcom's worst selling game ever. It barely broke 100,000 copies.

At least you guys can hear my feelings on it.
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Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS – A Review by Jose Vega

Product provided by Nintendo for the sake of this review.

In 2015, Super Mario Maker was released for the Nintendo Wii U. For the first time ever, players were given the opportunity to create their own Mario levels and share them with players online all over the world. The game was a huge hit and creators went wild, coming up with levels that amaze while pushing players to their limits. A year later, Nintendo announced that Super Mario Maker will be coming to the Nintendo 3DS. Now that it has been released, does this game hold well to its Wii U counterpart?

If you played Super Mario Maker on the Wii U, you’ll feel real familiar with this game on the 3DS. Creating levels are easy to do with the bottom screen while the top serves as your platform. Pretty nifty. However like the Wii U version, you won’t have everything unlocked from the get-go. One difference this version has over the other is the Super Mario Challenge. It’s a mode exclusive for the Nintendo 3DS version and you tackle 18 worlds containing more than 100 courses. All the courses carry objectives and they can range from like collecting all 100 coins to gaining a set number of 1-Ups. This adds a bit of variety and challenge while teaching players how to use specific items to complete courses. The Super Mario Challenge can take players around 8-10 hours if they want to obtain 100% completion. The 100-Mario Challenge is also in this game and like the Wii U version they come in multiple difficulties, adding more hours of game time.

For a 3DS game, they nailed this port well. Very well I might add. Design-wise, the game is like the Wii U version and I will admit, seeing the old school Mario Bros. style in a handheld is real cool along with the others. However when it comes to the New Super Mario Bros. U style, it feels a bit blocky. Not that it’s a bad thing but since you’re playing a handheld port of a Wii U game it’s to be expected. But it’s pretty solid and I commend Nintendo for pulling it off. I only wish they could fix it so it can work but hey, what can you do?

Though this game is similar to the Wii U version, there are some things that differentiate it. First, there’s no Amiibo compatibility with the game. My guess it was due to game limitations but it’s pretty minor. Second is that you can’t share your courses online. The 3DS version gives you the option to share your courses but only through Local Play. In addition you can have other players edit your shared courses. If you have friends then this is a good thing but honestly, having that instead of sharing online hurts the game in the long run. It hurts because without the option to share online, it sort of reduces the value this game has over the Wii U version. I feel it’s a missed opportunity for Nintendo to make this game be just as awesome as the Wii U version. Sadly they didn’t and it hurts. That’s not to say the game is bad though. Also it’s recommended that the game is played on the New Nintendo 3DS handhelds. Original 3DS handhelds can handle the game but more likely than not, the game can crash. A minor issue at best.

Super Mario Maker for the Nintendo 3DS could have given Nintendo an opportunity to bring their most successful game onto the handheld. Despite the game playing just as good as the Wii U counterpart, it lacked a few things that differentiate it. But regardless Super Mario Maker for the 3DS is an enjoyable game that offers a lot for $40. I enjoyed this game, despite the drawbacks. But if you want the full experience, the Wii U version is your best bet but the 3DS does stand out on its own as a good game.

I give Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS a 7 out of 10.
Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS Review
Another day, another review and I need to get more of these in. This is the latest one, Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS.

Currently as of now, I'm doing the review for Street Fighter V. I'm actually redoing it because I didn't like how it originally presented.
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2017 isn't going to be a good year for people owning an Xbox One. It's been confirmed that Scalebound, an Xbox One and Windows 10 exclusive title has been canceled.

What upsets me is that Microsoft is really in trouble when it comes to exclusive titles. Last year, they canceled Fable Legends AND shut down Lionhead Studios, the company that has been behind the Fable series. To be fair, the game was in development for quite a while. I did read up on TvTropes and found out that Fable Legends was going to be part of the Games for Windows platform and after the reception it received, Microsoft was worried that they were putting money on something that people wouldn't play, let alone like. So they canceled Fable Legends and shuttered Lionhead and several other studios to put more focus on games that they feel would be profitable to the company.

And yet Sony is doing so much better and by looking at their lineup, they're going to dominate yet again. I feel bad for all who were looking forward to this and I feel bad for PlatinumGames because 2016 was a rough year for them. Many of the games they developed didn't do so well whether it be in reviews or in sales.

TMNT Mutants in Manhattan was a disappointment and it was all done to serve as a tie-in to the TMNT film Out of the Shadows. That film underperformed... and how ironic.
Star Fox Zero... got a very mixed reaction. Some people liked it but many others hated due to the forcing of motion controls and that it's another retelling of Star Fox 64. The worst part about all this? The game sold EVEN LESS than Star Fox Command. So the future of the Star Fox series is very bleak.

I could go on and on but I'll let you guys read the article for yourselves. Still, this is very bad for all involved. I hope PlatinumGames can recover from this. I really am excited for NieR Automata. I played the demo and I loved it but I worry that if that game doesn't do well, they can be in major trouble. Be strong PlatinumGames.
www.windowscentral.com/xbox-ex…

2017 isn't going to be a good year for people owning an Xbox One. It's been confirmed that Scalebound, an Xbox One and Windows 10 exclusive title has been canceled.

What upsets me is that Microsoft is really in trouble when it comes to exclusive titles. Last year, they canceled Fable Legends AND shut down Lionhead Studios, the company that has been behind the Fable series. To be fair, the game was in development for quite a while. I did read up on TvTropes and found out that Fable Legends was going to be part of the Games for Windows platform and after the reception it received, Microsoft was worried that they were putting money on something that people wouldn't play, let alone like. So they canceled Fable Legends and shuttered Lionhead and several other studios to put more focus on games that they feel would be profitable to the company.

And yet Sony is doing so much better and by looking at their lineup, they're going to dominate yet again. I feel bad for all who were looking forward to this and I feel bad for PlatinumGames because 2016 was a rough year for them. Many of the games they developed didn't do so well whether it be in reviews or in sales.

TMNT Mutants in Manhattan was a disappointment and it was all done to serve as a tie-in to the TMNT film Out of the Shadows. That film underperformed... and how ironic.
Star Fox Zero... got a very mixed reaction. Some people liked it but many others hated due to the forcing of motion controls and that it's another retelling of Star Fox 64. The worst part about all this? The game sold EVEN LESS than Star Fox Command. So the future of the Star Fox series is very bleak.

I could go on and on but I'll let you guys read the article for yourselves. Still, this is very bad for all involved. I hope PlatinumGames can recover from this. I really am excited for NieR Automata. I played the demo and I loved it but I worry that if that game doesn't do well, they can be in major trouble. Be strong PlatinumGames.

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