Guile's Story Costume
Let's take a look at Guile's story costume.
It's the SFII design we're all familiar with.
If I were to use Guile, this is the costume I'd use. It's cool, and the familiarity is comfortable. He kind of looks Army, but he's really in the Air Force. But let's not sweat the details, eh.
To me, Guile is one of the true originals. Fighters can have similar moves and playstyles, but the true originator is Guile. I think so now, but back when I was a kid, I always thought he was cheap.
This is unrelated, but the other day, an action RPG from another company went on sale. It's not a Capcom game, but it was available on our e-Capcom site, so I picked it up. I dunno if I can say the name of the game here, so I won't, but it's pretty fun.
Around the same time we were working on implementing Guile into the game, and things were pretty busy, so I didn't have a lot of time to make progress in the game.
We finally made progress with the Guile implementation, so one day I was pumped up to go home and get in some game time! But then I was attacked by Guile.
...You probably have no idea what I'm talking about. I had no idea what was happening.
Check this out.
This is Guile.
This is the enemy that attacked me (at least, the shadow of its head).
That's totally Guile. At least that's how I saw it, burned out after many, many days of working on Guile.
"Guile, again..." I thought. I came to my senses and thought "So, he's followed me home..."
...Thinking about it now, of course nothing about that is "coming to my senses," but I thought that much at the time.
I thought that I had to defeat this Guile, and ended up chasing it around, only to get surrounded by other enemies and killed.
...Guile is cheap after all.
That's all for Guile!