VF6 New Stage Ideas

Discussion in 'General' started by masterpo, Feb 8, 2020.

  1. Iwazaru

    Iwazaru Member

    What about Kowloon?

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  2. Ali

    Ali Well-Known Member

    A traditional Akira-dojo like stage where there are two bands playing traditional Jap music and modern music. Each band represents a player.

    Depending on which player is kicking ass , the band will get upper hand in the play.
     
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  3. JCnextinc

    JCnextinc Member

    I'd like to see old stages from former Vf but with some improvements.

    For instance,it so dumb in such a realistic game that some stages have No gate no doors. No Prints in the snow.
    Ok for totally closed fences but at least stage it! Like chinese NPC setting the fences before fights in Pai level. (I love grass stage with the shadow of clouds. it's like Kurozawa movies but in China..)

    No entrance no bridges no doors make stages look like magic boxes... :/
    Jacky basket ball playground is almost perfect. But wher's the door ?
    Lion stage could have areas with just ropes like in a museum. Even if it just one one side of "the ring".
     
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  4. beanboy

    beanboy Well-Known Member

    I hope they bring back Jean Kujo's stage from VF5FS, and put in more stuff in it.
     
  5. beanboy

    beanboy Well-Known Member

    A rainy arena stage by the sea, similar to Maxi's Indian Port stage, from SoulCalibur 1. And a morning, and even a late evening sunset version of it too, with perhaps some drizzle. And the sunset rays hitting the streaks of rain, causing a reflective lens flare type effect.
     
    Last edited: Jun 30, 2020
  6. beanboy

    beanboy Well-Known Member

    Wooah! Good idea.:holla:
    That place might more suit Dead or Alive. But a VF stage based on that place, sounds like a cool idea though.

    As I watch that pic, I think of a multi-tiered building, where the walls and ground crumbles and breaks. But interestingly, Pai's slanted roof stage in VF3tb, kinda looks a bit like a place in Kowloon.
     
    Last edited: Aug 9, 2020 at 4:40 PM

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