Part of me wants to see this as a Namco-developed fighting game, not the NFC game...
mastereddy97 wrote:why would you want nfc?
Star-Kun wrote:But as a fighting game, I think I'd rather see it as a fully fleshed out one, one that doesn't mean you have to buy toys to get new characters on it
PaperLink64 wrote:Part of me wants to see this as a Namco-developed fighting game, not the NFC game...
Star-Kun wrote:I would like this to just be a fighting game. NFC would be cool I guess, as long as they don't ruin it with a plethora of of figurines, I mean I'm a collector and I bought pokemon rumble u, and enjoyed it with the three little figurines I bought for it.
But as a fighting game, I think I'd rather see it as a fully fleshed out one, one that doesn't mean you have to buy toys to get new characters on it
MasterofMonster wrote:Would be interesting it this really is a 'Street-Fighter-y' fighting game. One that 'hardcorez' would like. I wonder, would that sell well?
pokemaster515 wrote:Namco developed, no NFC, standing pokemon only=M.Bison levels of yes
Azure wrote:NFC figurines are a cash grab that wouldn't work well with Pokemon in an interesting way true to the franchise. What happens when the Pokemon evolves is it compatible with the NFC figurine still? Does it replace the Pokeball catching mechanics?
A fighting game might fare better though but not sure.
MoldyClay wrote:I just want NFC because I want an excuse to have figures of them and use the NFC thing.
NFC is, by definition, a gimmick. There's no other way to use it than being a gimmick. And it's being wasted there. I just think it'd be cool to use that instead of DLC. I like having physical things.
I primarily only want figures if they plan to do DLC. But whatever.
I just want the game to be something cool. I don't actually care if it has NFC. I want it to be like Soul Calibur.
Also, it's refreshing to see the word gimmick being used in a positive way on the interwebs for once. I really have no idea where that shift happened...