I miss classic Morrigan.
How about Sasquatch?
Good is an understatement with Morrigan
You should have known what to expect if you had looked into Namco X Capcom.
How hyped were you when you first saw it?
How pissed were you when you later found out it was a lie?
I'm really confused about all this myself.
X Zones in particular, REALLY REALLY wants to project the atmosphere of being a fighting game, or at the least a beat 'em up. I don't know exactly why they wouldn't pull the trigger.
It's not like Bandai hasn't done ridiculously large crossover fighters in the past with Jump Stars games.
RPGs are probably a lot easier and cheaper to develop.
I want to bury my face in Morrigan's plot.
I just want her to get a new game that isn't a crossover.
Probably. But Strikers are, as far as I've been able to research and certainly as far as I've experienced; inherently a fighting game concept.
It's not like it's IF Banpresto THEN Turnbased. Compati Hero is also a Banpresto staple, and it is varried action-based and is just as long running. And then there were the ACE games.
>decries pleb taste in Darkstalkers characters
>posts one of the females
Why not all of them?
>That outfit on Lilith
>has plot and backstory
>not nearly as popular as Morrigan
>What's retarded about him?
Because, he's basically Hugo and Frankenstein combined and isn't original at all.
>Um excuse me, I think you mean 'Frankenstein's Monster'.
My bad. How's the book? Dracula was boring
I'm aware of the criticism. But I honestly prefer "Frankenstein". Because things need proper names, and that's the one that's been assigned to him. Whether through confusion or heredity; I don't care.
Not just because I'm a stickler about Yeti, or Nessy over Snow Monster and Loch-ness Monster. But in metafiction Dr Frankenstein has made dozens of things. That need to be kept straight. Just like how there are things from the Black Lagoon other than Gillman "The Creature from the Black Lagoon".
>Victor's just goofy looking.
The whole series has a cartoony look to it, so that's intentional. It was the first Capcom fighter to be drawn in the cel style as opposed to the gradiated Street Fighter 2, after all. And lots of the character damage reactions are straight out of Looney Tunes.
Didn't Lilith get absorbed by Morrigan in the most "recent" Darkstalkers?
Considering Morrigan and Lilith are biblical figures who have tons of art being succubuses from the Renaissance, I really don't see where the inspiration for head wings comes from.
They don't have anything to do with those characters aside from borrowing their names. The names wren't decided until late in the development process, after their designs, movesets, sprites and such were nearly done. Hence this test menu simply referring to the characters as "Vampire" "Frankenstein" "Werewolf"" and such.