"I like the first Jet Set Radio but the 2nd one is garbage" said no one ever, which is odd, usually when a cult classic gets a sequel, it's either forgotten or despised, but every1 who likes JSR seems to also like JSRF
Buy a fighting game for full price with a tiny base roster, get drip fed content through out the games lifespan, then do it all over again when the sequel comes out, such is the nature of live service fighting games
you know what would be dope, if fighting games could incorporate block advantage/disadvantage into their visual design, that way you could tell if you were plus or minus just from seeing what's on the screen instead of being forced to remember a bunch of numbers
So Nintendo appealed to the Zoomers with Minecraft Steve, then they appealed to the Boomers with Sephiroth, does this mean that the next DLC for Smash will appeal to...the Doomers? or maybe even the Coomers???