Witness the most gruesome, bizarre and downright nuttiest moments of Smash Bros. Brawl.
wow... some of those screen shots are pretty amazing (got to love clipping and collision errors ^_^)
the last shot with Bowser. -caption- "Prepare for reentry!"
(you can read it cleanly or in a dirty fashion :-) )
SSBB Looks promising i can't wait to see people own built levels!
I'm sorry, but I don't think this game is worth half the hype it's recieveng, let alone the inevitable hideous overrating it's bound to recieve at launch. I played Smash Bros. on the N64 and Gamecube and those were pretty fun, especially on multiplayer. With that said, this is no doubt going to be more of the same. I think Nintendo need to bring something new to the table. They haven't thought of an original concept or character in about ten years. Countless Mario sequels and spin-offs aren't doing it for me anymore. Children and old ladies most likely won't mind, and they unfortunately count for most of the Wii's sales, and will therefore probably be the driving force behind this game's sucess. But of course, it's Nintendo, so it's okay, right?
I'm in the same boat. I mean there's no doubt in my mind it'll be fun as hell to play with people, but I want something new. Something different.
In any case....Sonic FTW
Well, so far Sonic's only worked in 3D on the Dreamcast, but I hear there's a new Sonic RPG for DS coming soon. I'll definitely be looking that one up, as I'm really getting anxious for a half-decent Sonic game to be released.
I'd like to see a side scrolling sonic, just overhaul the graphics. I don't care how... cell shade, do something similar to SFIV, or the same graphical style as SSMB. Sonic just does not work if you throw in the 3rd dimension of movement.
In a nutshell, side scrolling game, 3d bonus stages.
PS. Go cavs!
I don't know if Sonic doesn't work in 3d (Sonic Adventure for the Dreamcast ruled) but it is hard to pull off. A side-scroller for handheld consoles would be great, or even a downloadable title.
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