Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Street Fighter V Trailer Highlights Its Various Game Modes

Street Fighter V Trailer Highlights Its Various Game Modes 

However, game website Destructoid has already given their two cents on the new trailer commenting on Capcom's great ability to make awesome trailers using ordinary info.
Next up is the Story Mode which follows the story of all characters on the roster, that includes both old as well as new characters introduced in Street Fighter 5. Announced on January 29 through Capcom UK's YouTube channel, the fifth primary installment of Capcom's banner fighting game series is offering a slew of different gameplay modes beyond the typical arcade and training. Capcom also gave a brief description for each mode which you can read below. "Really, it's a new starting point where we're going to be constantly supporting this for the next six, seven years, like we did with 'Street Fighter IV, '" said Ono to GameSpot. It certainly sounds a helluva lot better than the usual selection of slides that bookend each character's quest through arcade mode, or hastily drawn anime sequences. In this mode, players will take control of Ryu to learn the basics of combat and the game's control methods.
You can check out the trailer that covers each mode via the Street Fighter YouTube account. The costumes can be unlocked either with the in-game fight money or via the cash shop using real money. As the name suggests, Survival Mode will pit player against a wave of opponents with particular guidelines and restrictions. Survival Mode also has extra battle features that allow players to boost their EX Gauge and score. "Remember, practice is key to elevating yourself above the competition". Once you know who you'd want to fight or where you stand, you can head into a Network Battle for a Casual or Ranked Match. Several of the modes are a direct response to previous criticisms of the Street Fighter franchise, for instance no introduction for new players, limited story, and a lack of tutorial options.
Speaking to VentureBeat, Street Fighter V producer Yoshinoro Ono expressed a desire to "put [its] efforts into something genuine" like the one found in Mortal Kombat X. Users can search for specific players with rival search and view replays.
The new Street Fighter boasts of 16 unique fighters packaged with their own unique goals, destinies and assigned mysteries which the player must unravel.