I suppose these are a few that currently come to mind... -To be able to adjust the camera rotation speed. SV's feels too slow to me, and there's no setting to change that. -The option to select a difficulty setting for the AI in training mode. -A survival mode where you continuously fight waves of enemies that get stronger over time until your health is depleted. Maybe have the shinobi students also appear every now and then for you to fight as bosses, kind of like SSB's multi-man challenges.
Please keep in mind that I have *lowers head in shame* never played any of the games. Ow!
I'd really like to see more development on the story. I have no quarrels with how it is now, but I sometines feel it's a bit too simple at some points. I would kinda like to see the series go a bit darker in the series. Something that would really pull your heart strings. But nothing too far.
That's really all I could think about to suggest sadly. Again, I've never played the games so I can only judge it from the development of the characters and story. Meh.
1 - What I mainly want to see Takaki do for the series is not quit his idea of making the professional world of shinobi. There is a vast world of awesome possibilities with this idea and I have some ideas in mind for this.
They could make the 10 first playable characters grow up and older to some few years and put new girls in the schools. That could be said to the girls introduced in Shinovi Versus too. Those new girls could come from New Wave or be completely new girls.
The story could grow up with the characters and be a bit more mature too.
2 - What I wanted to see in the series too is the presence of more men in the series. They don't need to overflow the cast. Just put on some relevant characters like Hanzo, Kiriya and our dear Murasame again and that should be enough.
3 - Using the idea of characters growing up they could make a scene where Hibari or some other girl who loves video games as much as she do complains about a certain video game having a bit of less appeal because of the setting:
"I love this game and all, but they should stop making everything happening in high school, right? I don't get as immersive as before in those games because of this... They should make some games happening in college and having actual work and not that same old high school setting..."
Or something like that. That would show to the players that they are aware of the presence of people who aren't satisfied with the idea of the high school setting swallowing everything else.
4 - I want those comments about the musics they did in Burst in other games too. I know it is a minor thing, but it was a nice adition and made me feel a lot closer to the developers than any other game did before it.} _______________________________________________________
I have some other ideas, but I'll save them for later.
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I kinda would like to see a break up of how the game works. It's always cutscene, fight, cutscene. I have nothing against it, but I would like to see more of an, ummmm.....RPGish approach? If thar makes any sense.
That's what we need. A recurring villain(s) who doesn't need to be killed repeatedly or befriended. And a team would be interesting too. They could be what Miyabi's group could've been. They could be reckless, cruel, merciless. Damn. Nice idea there good sir.
Or.........we could always have *sigh* good old Dogen
If there's a problem concerning a lack of a villain, could a group of yoma that are able to speak and think like humans possibly work, kind of like what Seventh might be suggesting, since yoma are creatures that both good and evil shinobi are also supposed to fight?
Last Edit: Mar 8, 2015 1:05:01 GMT -5 by BlakJakXXI