Is Street Fighter V Video Game Worth Getting or Buying?

Will Capcom put more content in this game?

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What is Street Fighter V?

Capcom latest installment of Street Fighter is here. There are mixed reviews on this game and the main complaint is lack of content. Which it’s inacceptable for a fighting game and loss of value to the game. If you don’t know what Street Fighter is a fighting game that been around seen the 80s and the best-selling franchise in Capcom. It features fighting from different countries and other fighting games take influence from this. There are Street Fighter TV shows, movies, comics and many other merchandise. In Street Fighter V, there are  new characters  Laura Matsuda , Rashid , F.A.N.G.and Necalli. There are returning character from Street Fighter II, Alpha, IV and Third

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Does DLC Content Benefit You In Video Games Experience?

What do you think of DLC

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Do you hate DLC? Will it benefit the player that plays the games? DLC stands for downloadable content and it’s distributed on the internet not physical. DLC is pretty much like an add-on or expansion pack content that revolves around it are storyline, weapons, costumes., game modes and etc. Later on is re-release on a deluxe or special edition which all the DLC is in one disc. DLC exist in the early 1980s when Gameline can around, you needed an internet connection (dial up I hate it) to buy games this method was called digital distribution. Another example is the Sega Channel you have to buy and pay a activation fee, then download whatever game you choose. Journey to 2000s, you have PlayStation Store, Xbox Live Marketplace and Nintendo eShop which known for having DLC. For people who got mobile phones there are DLC too which is called In-game apps. The disadvantage of DLC, people don’t want to spend a lot of money on content that

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