What I mean is he treats it like the distance of dashes are different. Like dashes themselves are fundamentally different.
We spin around so much easier now because we move moving so quickly with far more force behind our movements. It makes it a challenge to not do this for sure. Even taking this into account I still spin around like a marionette. It is too much and I think the reverse method we had before was the superior. I could see this method working excellent for pros and trick combat or newbies wanting fast paced combat with easy blows. They wouldn't know of or understand why the old system was better. And for newbies not having that slower combat in the beginning it'll make it that much harder to realize what and how they are doing it wrong.In this version it seems like my character loves spinning around after a large move, showing her back for no reason.
I like the first idea (staying in dash mode after a double tap), it sounds like a middle ground.snip...
I think going back would be good in this case but the timing of the double tap needs some work or something. I'm thinking once the second tap is pressed and held then you stay in that dash mode until released. Or maybe the distance of the dash should be lengthened a bit.
I always felt in the old system the dash didn't gain me much in distance and the timing of the taps to pull it off felt a bit off to me.
No, this is not at all what I was trying to say. When I said new dashes or the like, by this I meant the control system of these dashes since that is the topic of discussion. I just expressed my opinion on the matter of the "new" control system that's all. ^^What I mean is he treats it like the distance of dashes are different. Like dashes themselves are fundamentally different.
These two points are key for me.If the game feels easier purely because of the controls then I'd say it's an improvement. I would say that against the more skilled opponents the advantages of dashing more frequently are less noticeable.
Mostly I find that after having used the previous system so much it's hard to adjust to taking single steps with taps, it's not something we're used to doing at all.