Super Street Fighter IV 3D's touchscreen controls have been criticised by the developer of a forthcoming 3DS fighting game called BlazBlue.
Super Street Fighter IV 3D enables players to pull off special moves by tapping the touchscreen but according to Yoshimichi Mori, hardcore fighting fans such as himself aren't impressed.
"Super Street Fighter IV 3D has easy special move buttons," Mori told Official Nintendo Magazine. "As hardcore fighting fans we don't think that's right, so we chose to display a list of combos [for BlazBlue 3DS] instead of easy attack buttons."
Of course Super Street Fighter IV 3D isn't the only game guilty of making its game easier to play for newcomers. Dead Or Alive Dimensions - out this Friday - also makes use of touchscreen controls.
So do you agree with Mori? Are touchscreen combos wrong? Or do you use them?
You can read the full interview with Yoshimichi Mori in the June issue of Official Nintendo Magazine which is out now.