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« Desk Says the Community May Have Judged Street Fighter x Tekken Too Quickly, Still A lot Left to Discover »

Desk released a new video today that showcases some more Street Fighter x Tekken technology he discovered. He demonstrates how you can combo from Air Throws while in the 1P + 2P Cross Assault mode and offers up some fairly practical situations to use it in as well. 

Beyond his findings, what I found interesting is the notes in the video description. He mentions that while his words probably wont sway anyone's opinion, he feels that the FGC may have judged Street Fighter x Tekken too quickly as there is still a lot more to discover in the gameplay system. He is right in saying the game is still very young in fighting game "years" and there could be plenty of undiscovered tech that could possibly change the way the game is played. 

How do you feel about this? Do you think players have been too harsh in dismissing the game? Personally, I have faith the game will see a resurgence in popularity once a few patches are out the door and all the characters are available to play -- but this is just one man's opinion! Leave your thoughts in the comments and check out the video after the jump.

You've probably already made up your mind about SFxT. Judging by popular opinion, I think I'm in the minority at this point because I still enjoy playing it.

There's a huge amount of stuff left to discover in the game and not only could the pursuit of these things be fun in itself but some of it could actually change the way the game is played to some degree. I don't expect my random comments to change your mind but the game is still pretty new in FG terms and it's possible many people have judged it to quickly. 

Having said that, if you don't have any fun playing it there's not much anyone can do to change your mind.

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