Smash Bros. Brawl will replace players who get disconnected or exit early from online matches with computer-controlled bots to prevent a match from ending or becoming unbalanced.
not a bad idea
Start with the feature that dont let you know who you're fighting with in the "with anyoneone" mode, and then this. Is obvious that, if you like fighting with some random guy you want to fight with him again and exchange wii codes but wait!!...YOU CANT!
Another thing, if the bot happens to play way better than you and win the match, you get the points?? that's unfair.
1.2 what??? there is no points or exp for winning a match??...great nintendo...great!!! \sarcasm
you just battle no fuss attached.
Do you really have that much of a need to prove yourself? SSBB is fun to play no matter if you win or lose. It's like magic, but real! Besides, it's not like there's any way to contact the people you play with online anyway. If the service matches a bot with the other person's skill level, you probably won't even notice a difference.
I'm sure the A.I. will be a b**** too.
i think thats a good idea. but i still hate the friend codes though
They should take it a step further and the quitter, sorry, I mean the person who gets disconnected, gets the score of the bot that took their place.
again what score?
WTF are you guys talking about, there are no points involved you just battle no scores attached whatso ever.
if you loose or win there is no lose or gain
If they are going to make skill levels and experience like in HALO 3.
If they leave then they looks an exp point or something.
But the idea that you don't even know if they exit or not is stupid. Imagine you had a hard time fighting him then he exits and you beat the A.I thinking you beat him. its just dumb. And the whole anonymous idea is also stupid. You'd like to know who you are fighting.
That's a + for Nintendo. *applauses*
should have done that will halo
On Halo, you'd know when they bailed and the AI took over unless they programmed the AI to talk crap and spit out insults...
" There will also be no battle records kept for this mode, so whether you win or lose, it doesn’t matter. Just sit back and play.
for further notice, no one will lose or gain anything!
Nintendo could be tricking us all!! o,0
They COULD just have EVERYONE fight bots instead of having actual online play and only have real games setup if you choose to fight someone specific (if they even allow that)
but i just wish that we would no if they drop out, cuz they dont tell us when someone drops out, lets say someone is owning then they get disconected and get replaced with a sucky bot
all games should have this
I don't know if anyone remembers, but about a month ago when the online component of SSBB was introduced I said that fighting people online would be just like fighting robots.
Apparently, I was so correct, that Nintendo decided that they could seamlessly replace people with robots, and no one would even notice.
This is awful. I'm 90% confident that the online of SSBB is going to be god-awful. Might as well just play against the computer or against friends.
I dont understand wutur saying at all???
Are you tryin to say that because ur playing online and cant physically see or talk to the person its like playing a robot???
If so just close ur eyes and pretend if that makes you feel better.
On topic though i think this is a good idea... There is nothin worse than getting cut off mid game because of a lousy connection...
Awesome job from Nintendo. I hate it when people lag out or quit.
i really like that idea
but finding new people to battle would be cool, you know send friend invites, but iam sure there will be other places online or in some smash channel or somthing to pick up new victims to kick to the moon!!!
cant wait for smash!! game of the year 2008 hands freaking down!!
This Is A Good Thing 2 do. I Freaking Hate Douche Bags That Keep Logging Out and Stop The Whole Match When Theyre Taking a Beating!
They Should Do The Same In Jump Ultimate Stars For NDS!!!!!
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