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Will Street Fighter V Flourish???

Plans have been released for Street Fighter V plans for investors concerning the fiscal year. In a recent document, Capcom reveals some information relevant to Street Fighter V and possibly other fighting game titles. They outlines sales expectations of the game to be around 2,000,000 units. This means that Capcom expects to sell that many copies by the end of the fiscal year. To do that, they must release it a certain amount of time before that deadline hits to reach the sales figure. We will most likely see the game before March 31st, 2016. Maybe...
Yoshinori Ono said "Street Fighter 4 was about reviving a passion. Street Fighter 5 is about growing that passion." And that "We’ve been working on Street Fighter 4 for the past seven years now." If that is the case, there is no reason why it shouldn't look better than what it does. In my personal opinion, for this game to be releasing on the PS4 and PC only, the first trailer should have blew us away totally and it didn't. Street Fighter 4's storyline was not the best. In fact Street Fighter III was the last time the franchise had a good story, but Ono was not involved in that project. Once Ono took over he basically took us in reverse and distorted the story of the World Warrior...

Now, I know that there is still work to be done on the game, but it needs to captivate like Super Street Fighter II and Street Fighter III: Third Strike. They need to give us a story, a good story, because Mortal Kombat has given us a good story for the last two that they have made and MKX looks great. Aside from the stiff combo set, the game is great. I would be VERY VERY disappointed if this game was not taking place after Street Fighter III. What do you guys think? Should Ono still be doing this game or does someone else need to take over?


   
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