Total Control Ep 64: Now With More Fighting and More Fapping

Friday, February 12th, 2016

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Welcome to episode 64 of Total Control, oprainfall’s official podcast. Recorded on Feb. 11, join Azario Lopez and Steve Baltimore, Joe Sigadel, and Benny Carrillo as they talk about…well really nothing new since it was a pretty slow news week. So what better time then to derail every conversation, while Benny attempts to take things seriously. Also discussed, more Neptunia, Arslan, Digimon and will Steve actually get Street Fighter V?

The intro to Total Control was made by Anime Chris.

Joe’s Game of the Week:

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  • Mr0303

    I got burned with SFIV, after buying vanilla and the 7 other versions came up. This gen Capcom said all the right things about SFV, so I was kind of on the fence, but the recent censorship really put me off, so now I’ll actually wait and see if there will be a Super Ultra edition an year later.

    • azariosays

      i’m going to do the same, that’s really the best thing.

  • ShinMegamiSensei

    No way capcom won’t put out an enhanced version of SFV I’ll just wait and see.

    • Steve Baltimore

      I’ve pretty much came to same conclusion you two have, So I think I will wait as well.

  • William Haderlie

    You can wait to see if they follow through, but that is not the intention with this game. The intention with this release is more like “Destiny” than “Street Fighter IV”. There is no intention to release different versions of it. The game release is a service and incremental updates will be routinely released that you can either pay for as dlc, or the more viable option will be earning “Fight Money” in the game and using that to get the new content. The first new character, Alex (from SFIII), is planned already for next month. So feel free to wait if you want. But you are going to be a looking at either paying extra for all the content you missed, or you are going to be looking at quite a grind to get caught up with the content. You are likely to see a Game of the Year edition in a year or so, but very unlikely to see a Super or Turbo edition for a very long time. The game is built from the ground up to be iterative in itself.

    • Mr0303

      Destiny The Taken King was released a year after the original, so that would make sense. Plus Capcom has a reputation for doing these upgraded releases. If MKX (one of the most successful games last year) got away with doing so, SFV will have an excuse to do the same.

  • DariusQ

    As much as I agree that there is inevitably going to be new versions coming out I have to get SFV at launch. Unlike a lot of other games out there fighters are all skill based and that means practice. And in such a competitive environment I don’t want to be just starting to learn when all the early adopters have the combat system down to a science. That’s one of the reasons why fighters will always be in the realm of hardcore gamers, not because its excluding players but because no casual player would ever put in the kind of time & effort it takes to ‘git gud’.