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BrainOfGrimlock

@EvilLucario @ReaderRagfish a turn/tactics based Smash game? The audience would lose their mind - half from hate/dread, the other half from sheer anticipation!?

I don’t think it’d ever happen but a guy can dream, right?

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DarthNocturnal

I've always thought that a Smash TCG/ CCG could be neat. As a spinoff.

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Neweegee

@EvilLucario
Honestly, I imagine the next Smash game starting fresh and having 3D gameplay, kinda like Custom Robo I guess. It's really risky, but would be the easiest way to separate it from much bigger past games in the series.

I'd just hope Nintendo(since I'm pretty sure Sakurai won't be involved in the next game) can figure out how to make the gameplay work, because it would NOT be an easy transition due to the way attack inputs work in Smash

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ReaderRagfihs

A Smash game in the style of Power Stone would be welcome by me.

Still waiting for Atlus to make Snowboard Kids 3

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JackEatsSparrows

Warframe is too busy for me.

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EvilLucario

@Neweegee I didn't even think of that but that's a really good point. Really, we don't have much 3D fighting games. The most I know is Power Stone on the Dreamcast and ARMS... and that's it. Nearly every fighting game worth its salt is 2D.

If Ultimate is 2D Smash's swan song and the next Smash will be played completely 3D, that would be extremely cool. It would indeed be extremely difficult to pull off, but if anyone can do it it's Sakurai.

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BrainOfGrimlock

@Bayonereza that’s not an unpopular opinion with me, I agree almost entirely!

I’s been infecting games like Assassins Creed/Far Cry for years and has slowly spread out to other series, ME: Andromeda & DA: Inquisition being two of the biggest/saddest tragedies unfortunately...

I actually think ‘we gamers’ as a collective are responsible for a lot of it - how many reviews have you seen/read where people constantly ask ‘how long is the game?’ or ‘how big is the map?’ - just pushed the creators in the wrong direction for me with games getting bigger and often not for the better - sometimes less is definitely more!

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diwdiws

Bayonereza wrote:

Some of the most popular games these days tend to feel like busywork.

RPGs and big open-world games in particular often have that problem it seems. An endless string of NPCs to talk to, hundreds of meaningless quests, tons of walking from one place to the next, countless hours spending on crafting and managing inventories,... Where's the fun in that?

I mean, I have plenty of that stuff going on in real life. I don't want it in my games.
To me, it's all about the action and the sheer joy that brings me. It helps me unwind and get me ready for the next day. It's all about the fun people.

@Bayonereza on the flip side those you describe aren’t busy work but rather the games you dont like just doesnt cater to you and your preference?

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JoakimZ

My favourite Silent Hill game is Silent Hill 4: The Room. I don’t really know how people generally feel about SH4 today, but I remember almost everybody hating it back in the day.

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diwdiws

@JoakimZ i think the the stems from the it not being Silent Hilly add to the fact that it wasn’t even supposed to be a silent hill game at all during its development

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Ralizah

I remember people being really down on the "waggle" controls from DKCR on Wii, but I love them. I loved that set-up so much that I played the entirety of Tropical Freeze on Wii U that way, even though I have access to a Pro Controller.

On the other hand, I hate the pointer controls of RE4 on Wii to the point where I couldn't even play it.

Those are my unpopular Wii-themed opinions for the day.

@JoakimZ I remember feeling like it was boring back in the day, but I really want to revisit it. It's the only one of the PS2 games I haven't completed.

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Snaplocket

@EvilLucario I personally think Sakurai should step down and a new should step up for the next Smash game. It could use some fresh blood. I also think the series should stay 2D. I don't think Sakurai is "man who can do no wrong" like most people seem to believe.

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Late

Nokia N-Gage was a great device. People are still joking about it but I'm sure most of them didn't even own the device.

I bought mine when I was 10. It cost exactly 100€ and I got a free game of my choice as well. I went with Tony Hawk's Pro Skater. It was my first time playing THPS and it was awesome. I did everything there was to do. While the games were only 15-25€ a piece here (not sure how much they were in other countries), I only ever got few games. The games I bought: Rayman 3 and Bomberman, were great too. Rayman is also on GBA, although there are some differing levels and Bomberman was what you'd expect but as far as I know, it was its own game. The story mode in Bomberman was fun but as one would expect, I didn't get to play the bluetooth multiplayer mode because no one else had an N-Gage.

It's a shame my old N-Gage doesn't work anymore. I might get a new one at some point and collect games for it. While there were only ~50 games that were released, most of those games are from well known series such as Call of Duty, Civilization, Crash, King of Fighters, Puzzle Bobble, Sonic, Monkey Ball, The Sims, Tomb Raider and Worms. I'm sure there are some quality games on N-Gage that most people have never played.

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GyroZeppeli

I’m not even sure if this is unpopular, but Super Mario 3D Land is better than 3D World.

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CharlieSmile

unpopular opinion:
Switch Joy Cons > game cube controller

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GyroZeppeli

Guacamelee! Turbo Hyper Ultra Edition (or whatever it’s actually called) is not very fun/good at all.

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Cobalt

Super Mario Odyssey is a mediocre 3D Mario compare to the other opus.

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JackEatsSparrows

ARK on Switch is actually quite fun.

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Anti-Matter

Switch games library = 100 x much better than PS4 games library in my opinion.

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