Twisted Pixel says iPhone game MaXplosion is a rip-off of its XBLA title
Explodemon is another similar game but that was announced literally a few hours before Splosion Man. Of course Crapcom is going to make a clone but it doesn't matter as Crapcom's games are all mediocre this gen anyways.
I agree Capcom's games where all mediocre this gen , the only game i personaly enjoyed this gen from them was the first dead rising .
What about Phoenix Wright and Monster Hunter? And although I know a lot of people might not have, I really enjoyed RE5 despite it's departure from survival horror. And SSFIV seems to have a pretty dedicated fanbase. I wouldn't call any of those games mediocre.
Iphone is mediocre, so capcom made some shovelware. Twisted Pixel should have been on board earlier if they wanted a piece of the money pie... Of course they are probably contracted under windows phone 7 making their own gimped version... I am not sympathetic yo.
And they're doing it for about $5 a pop. Make of that what you will, but it's definitely consumer friendly.
But Gameloft is owned by Ubisoft. Twisted Pixel is an independent developer. They even approached Capcom with SplosionMan and they said 'No'. Sad move by Capcom. Shadow of a company it once was IMO.
Sounds like the plot of Tron.
not surprised with Salarymen acts! Resident evil 5 stolen boxart Super SF HD Remix stolen sprites. -Ninja Gaiden 3-is sick!:)
While this is one of the most blatant rip-offs I've seen in a while, developers have been ripping each other off in ideas since I can remember. When capcom came up with street fighter II, about a hundred other fighting games popped up that played extremely similiar to that game.
there is a slight difference, fighting games are all similar, that's like saying anyone who has a game featuring rally cars is ripping someone off. This is certainly a shameful attempt to dine out on the little guys creativity. Hopefully gamers in the know will show their distaste by not playing capcoms version.
Imitation is the fondest form of flattery, I guess?
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