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181. Posted: Sat 1st Oct 2011 00:42 BST
But Geno made a cameo in Superstar Saga...
182. Posted: Sat 1st Oct 2011 00:48 BST
Super Smash Bros. Cafe Thread???
What did they open up a rival for Starbucks or something?? Seriously this isnt the new title for the next Smash Bros game is it?
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183. Posted: Sat 1st Oct 2011 00:56 BST
Am I the only one starting to weez off of fighting games? As much as I love Brawl...The more you play it, you realise that it's...well, it's a bit soulless at times.lol but nowhere near as souless as Dead or Alive, Tekken and Virtua Fighter....Those games just 'depress' me to no end.
Anyways, I'd like a MocaLatay' with FoxMcloud pease.
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184. Posted: Sat 1st Oct 2011 01:13 BST
No idea what you mean by soulless. That doesn't really make sense. If you play a fighting game regularly against someone of a similar skill level and both of you are always trying new things and improving, it's more fun than anything else in my book. Or it would be, if I had a book.
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185. Posted: Sat 1st Oct 2011 01:24 BST
Fighting games really only start to feel souless, or more like 'lifeless' when you're playing the computer. Like you said when you're having an intense match with a bunch of buds or just 1 on 1 it can be fantastic, especially when playing for cash. But eh, i think i'm a bit burned out on Brawl...Sub Space sucked, the targets mode was lazy and half ed, The Online is laggy and practically unplayable, we got a lame sticker mode when we could of gotten a few more characters instead, and they gimped the air dashing.
I've got a love semi-hate relationship with Brawl....It could of been better, but it's still a great fighter nonetheless.
Edited on Sat 1st October, 2011 @ 01:52 by theblackdragon
186. Posted: Sat 1st Oct 2011 01:28 BST
No wonder you don't like it. That's not a problem with Brawl though, that's just not having a good group to play with. I play every weekend with some other users here, and (aside from someone), we never have any lag issues. Brawl was awful online when it started, but it's really not an issue anymore if everyone has a good connection.
Sticker mode and characters have nothing to do with each other. As much as I'd like more characters, 35 is a LOT, and there's no reason to think the same person who programs stickers is capable of programming and balancing new characters.
Edited on Sat 1st October, 2011 @ 01:31 by Adam
187. Posted: Sat 1st Oct 2011 01:38 BST
In the beginning during it's release i was always playing Brawl with friends, but the Brawl fevre died down for me 2 years ago. My friends seemed to have moved on to either Street Fighter IV, while some are just too obsessed with Leagues of Legends on the PC....They managed to drag me to some Internet Cafe to play it with them for a few hours and i felt like I was in hell. lol Couldn't stand the game and I'm just not a fan of PC gaming all together, but that's another story.
Anyways, playing Brawl for money is thee' ultimate way to gamble. I usually tend to turn off the Special Smash Bawls and Assist Trophies though. Too bad my friends aren't exactly that into gaming to begin with, they're more into movies which is awesome, but sad to say I'm the only Nintendo nut of the group. sigh*
Edited on Sat 1st October, 2011 @ 01:38 by WaveGhoul
188. Posted: Sat 1st Oct 2011 01:58 BST
You need to find people online to Brawl with then. We don't play with items. Every weekend, just pop in NL Chat and say hi if you want to light the Brawl fire again.
189. Posted: Sat 1st Oct 2011 04:26 BST
I go on AllIsBrawl to find matches. Better place to find it there than here. Of course, you have the ignorant and obnoxious members there who think they're on top lol
Had to crush some spirits there and they leave me alone (something not allowed here in NL).
Anyhow, I wish there was a separate friend's list for SSb WiiU because I don't think there's lots of people here who are competative like me. I could be wrong, but from the looks of it.. No.
190. Posted: Sat 1st Oct 2011 04:39 BST
I don't think there's lots of people here who are competative like me. I could be wrong, but from the looks of it.. No.
Yea, depending on what you mean by competitive, pretty sure you're wrong there. If you mean super awesome, maybe not (no one plays Metaknight, anyway), but we play seriously (for the most part) and have some good competition. Like I said, go to nintendolife.com/chat on weekends (I don't think anyone plays over the week — I don't) and you will find someone to play with. You won't find any pushovers, even if you are better than all of us, and if you are, it is always good to learn from someone better. We had some good games tonight and I hope to get some more in tomorrow and/or Sunday.
Edited on Sat 1st October, 2011 @ 04:41 by Adam
191. Posted: Sat 1st Oct 2011 12:20 BST
Super Smash Bros. Cafe Thread???What did they open up a rival for Starbucks or something?? Seriously this isnt the new title for the next Smash Bros game is it?
No. The Wii U's code name before it was revealed was Project Cafe. So when this thread was made, it was about the possibility of a Smash Bros on the "Cafe".
192. Posted: Sat 1st Oct 2011 16:04 BST
I'm not saying I'm better than anyone. Heck, I only like playing dubs now because 1v1s gets boring unless I'm playing with a good friend. I don't main MK too. My two mains are Kirby and Ness. I also like playing as other characters for fun and only play my mains if I'm actually liking the fights and having real fun. Dunno, just a habit. Always use the princesses or Jigglypuff at the start and Yoshi after, usually.
193. Posted: Sat 1st Oct 2011 16:19 BST
JumpMad and I have had some epic Jiggly Vs. Yoshi matches. I would like to say that the puffster usually comes out on top, but ... probably not. It's even at best, for me.
Anyway, this is not the thread for it so I'll stop my advertising with this post, but you and Waveboy should stop by chat one weekend. We've been getting a few new players lately, and whenever we have enough four doubles, I always push for it. I like 1 on 1 a lot, but I love teams in just about any game, Smash included. Makes me feel less frustrated when I lose since I can just blame my partner, haha.
Edited on Sat 1st October, 2011 @ 16:19 by Adam
194. Posted: Sat 1st Oct 2011 16:24 BST
I like dubs because it's more frantic and fun. FFAs are real fun too with items. I can't play smash because I don't have a home yet, so hopefully I'm settled within the next two weeks because I need my daily dose of Smash Bros.
195. Posted: Sat 1st Oct 2011 16:26 BST
I hope they keep ness and toon link cause they are my best characters along with lucas i just hope thet bring the gameplay and crazynes from melee
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196. Posted: Sat 1st Oct 2011 16:28 BST
I want mah naked snake
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197. Posted: Sat 1st Oct 2011 16:31 BST
It's too bad my Brawl broke. I would love to face you guys in a match.
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198. Posted: Sat 1st Oct 2011 16:38 BST
Actually, I hope they balance things out using Brawl and Melee aspects. Thanks to homebrew, people have been able to make the game real balanced and play similarly to Melee while retaining the best aspects of Brawl (random tripping of course is always removed in these hacks unless another character makes you trip like Kirby and Zelda's d-tilt).
Melee is pretty broken and even Sakurai says it was "incomplete". Not to mention the bugs it had (though, I never encountered any personally). Getting back into Melee is hard and it's so broken compared to Brawl. But it's still a great game and one I have so many great memories of. It's just I like Brawl much more than it because it's much more balanced than Melee in terms of character match ups and it's more responsive.
It's getting easier and easier to beat MK and Snake nowadays.
199. Posted: Sat 1st Oct 2011 16:43 BST
Actually, I hope they balance things out using Brawl and Melee aspects. Thanks to homebrew, people have been able to make the game real balanced and play similarly to Melee while retaining the best aspects of Brawl (random tripping of course is always removed in these hacks unless another character makes you trip like Kirby and Zelda's d-tilt).Melee is pretty broken and even Sakurai says it was "incomplete". Not to mention the bugs it had (though, I never encountered any personally). Getting back into Melee is hard and it's so broken compared to Brawl. But it's still a great game and one I have so many great memories of. It's just I like Brawl much more than it because it's much more balanced than Melee in terms of character match ups and it's more responsive.It's getting easier and easier to beat MK and Snake nowadays.
I actually would rather have the new game based on Melee's physics, because I like the faster action it gives. Although I agree Brawl balanced characters better. For instance, Roy is pretty much the most useless character ever when there is Marth as an option. Marth is stronger (that surprised me), faster, harder to KO, etc.
200. Posted: Sun 9th Oct 2011 15:34 BST
If they start development soon while Nintendo is still nursing this apparent tanooki fever, maybe they'll replace Mario's FLUDD with something more useful like a down B that drops a leaf from the sky, which if you grab transforms you into raccoon Mario until you're hit.