XBLA download limit causing SSF2T:HD Remix problems

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  1. drippy

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    too bad the wii can't do hd, it'd be worth buying on a disk to use it with the classic controller
     
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    I wonder if Microsoft will allow the game to go up at a larger size.

    Personally, I think they could just leave out the original version of Super Turbo, but I know I am probably in the minority.

    And yeah, the D-Pad on the 360 = sux0rs for fighhting games.
    I have an easier time performing self dentistry than I do making a Power Geyser in Fatal Fury.
     
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    ARGH!

    Also DLC can circumvent this nonsense easily.
     
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    Sweet, another use for it :D 
     
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    Man, I've been playing nothing but Super Street Fighter on Wii lately. I keep thinking I'd be more than happy to download watered down versions of Alpha and III if they were willing to make them.
     
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    Sucky. I'm sure they'll figure something out.
     
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    They broke it for Castlevania, why not break it again?
     
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    If the game is going to be, say $20, then they can just break it down into 3 DLC pieces. Remixed game = $10, Remixed music = $5, Classic game = $5.
     
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    That would piss me off. Which doesn't make any sense. Maybe I'm focusing too much on the hypothetical prices you threw out there and/or I'm damaged goods after the whole Guitar Hero II DLC pricing / no individual song downloading fiasco?

    Though I can say with relative certainty that I would balk at having to pay for the remixed music separately.
     
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    But would $20 for the whole package be worth it to you? Just curious. And if MS won't break the limit for them, we'd be hard pressed to get the whole thing in one package. I hope we can though.

    And these are just arbitrary numbers. I have no clue what the price was supposed to be for the whole package. If they charged $20 for the Remixed game and the Classic Game and then made the music a free DLC, I'd be fairly happy with that.
     
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    Nope. I'd probably pass.
     
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    Well it better look alot better than that crap they showed a few months ago. The sprites were looking good but the redrawn BG's were crap.
     
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    Fair enough. $20 for an older game can be a hard pill to swallow.
     
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    Taking it even one step further, I've bought so many versions and slightly different iterations of the game over the years that another $20 seems excessive. (Maybe that's why I've got this entitlement thing going on in my head?)

    I know this version has been upgraded and has new bells and whistles and all...just my feeling.

    Right now $15 seems to be the most I'd pay. And that's twisting my arm. :) 
     
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    I thought it was down for 1200 points? Which is fifteen bucks right?
     
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    Sounds right to me.
     
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    The backgrounds look great as still images.
    The problem is that they didn't add any new frames.

    So, the guys who had a two frame animation for their cheering still have a two frame animation for their cheering.

    I am certain Microsoft does not want to be outdone by Sony and whatever the DL limit currently is will no longer be a factor when the game is released.
     
  20. Steevy Maximus

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    Actually, Capcom DID produce a watered down version of SF Alpha 2 for the SNES back in its twilight days (I know, I played it!). It was playable, though not terribly amazing all said and done for a port. The pre-fight pause was hugely annoying for a cartridge title (first cartridge game I recall with a LOAD TIME :lol  )
     

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