IGN - Colin and Andrew have first impressions on PlayStation's new mascot brawler.
and i will be unbelievably broke.
Oh fo sho I am going top support the hell out of this game. I love SSB and it's by far my favorite fighting game. The only thing I have wanted from this secret Sony fighter since it was first rumored was that it was similar to Smahs and not just a side scrolling PvP fighter like MK or SF. I love the battle system, the characters and graphics and music. The world mash ups are great and unique. The gameplay is similar but very different than Smash and Sony has a great online community and will support this game big time. I hope to see more on moving/interactive stages, other characters, special items, maybe challenges a story mode or in-game trophies like SSB. The mash up on stages gives me a feeling they might have a cool story to go with the game. I wonder who is next? Nathan Drake...The 3D Dot Heroes Guy?
I hope they include Old or MGS2 Snake
@NukaCola The 3D dot heroe guy would be a nice idea.
Um ... you guys have amnesia or what ? ... You cant spell ignnorant without IGN. Remember ?
@Lachance I dont see why people always try to call some one out for some one else saying. Makes you look like the ignorant one. Just saying
I'd like to see Cyborg Ninja Raiden or Grey Fox
Looks a bit too casual for my taste.
Games like this exploit the hell out of DLC.
In this case, DLC might actually be a great thing. If the core game contains a strong main roster, it'll attract a robust community that request more of their favorites to be added to the roster through DLC, thus creating a stronger community and a stronger game. The same applies to levels, features, etc. As long as Sony and SBE don't pull a Capcom DLC stunt, this game will be great with DLC support.
*the PS2 sits up in it's seat and claps like Orson Welles*
Wait is this ign talking lol
If this game is anything close to super smash bros. Brawl, then it will be a success. Hell I bought my Nintindo Wii JUST for that game alone. The game looks fantastic so far. The characters look nice, graphics and art style are very impressive. And the gameplay looks like it will take alot of my time from life.
I'm sure they'll do a great job, but something just seems off about it. I think it's the visual aspect. While Nintendo's characters all look great in smash bros since they share similar aesthetics across all the key Nintendo franchises, it looks a bit wrong having cartoony characters fighting Killzone characters on a God of War stage. It doesn't mesh as well and feels wrong adding characters from mature games to a game that's clearly aiming for a lower rating classification and trying to be more humourous. I guess the diversity of Sony's franchises doesn't really seem right when they're put together, and makes them seem a bit cheap and ridiculous to me...
Cant wait to kick the fat princess's ass with kratos definatly gonna have some fun with that
LOOL yeah that would be an interesting fight anyway the game looks GREAT! Sony just needs to try to keep these announcments quiet so its all the more satisfying when its revealed!...
I would of not read your comment if it wasn't for your profile pic :)
Can't wait for this game. Looks incredibly fun.
first move and now this, wow sony is full of nintendos ideas this gen I thrive on your hate
You thrive on hate?!? That's kinda pathetic.
You only have my pity.
Pretty much and as always sony makes them better.
You think this game is going to be better than Super Smash BrotherS?
The Wii and Nintendos motion controls are a rip off of Sony's Eyetoy plans 10 years ago
And Sony's Eyetoy was a rip off of Nintendo's Power Glove (1989).
oh you mean this Power Glove? The Power Glove was originally released in 1989. Though it was an officially licensed product, Nintendo was not involved in the design or release of this accessory. Rather, it was designed by Grant Goddard and Samuel Cooper Davis for Abrams Gentile Entertainment (AGE), made by Mattel in the United States. the one made and developed and produced by another company. which Nintendo was not involved in anyway to its design or release? yea that one...Lmao
@joeorc Wow. I haven't seen someone get owned that badly in over a year. Good work!
You know there's video of the MOVE prototype being demoed prior to the Wii announcement. It just took the Wii to be successful for Sony to want to production
"You know there's video of the MOVE prototype being demoed prior to the Wii announcement. It just took the Wii to be successful for Sony to want to production" as i already pointed out, no matter how well the Wii was going to do, All three companies Microsoft included was going to do motion control. Sony and Microsoft had to wait they had no other choice..due to price of components at the time. think of how much the kinect would have cost to release back in 2005?. because the units could have been released than. the price of the xbox360 was $399.00+ the kinect released much later an was what? that's right $149.00 its not that Microsoft did not want to release it they had to wait..cost in components was too high of a cost. Sony the same thing. multi- colored LED's magnetic sensor to offset sensor drift. ARM 7 chip inside the Move, acc/gyroscope+ add in the cost of the Playstation Eye to boot+nav controller. now add up those components for a release back in 2006! ontop of the base price of the PS3 which was starting @ $500.00 which many gamers was upset about and adding Move to the above cost,what do people think is going to happen? Sony had no choice but to wait. you have many chuckle heads claiming: but..but they could have dropped BLU-Ray instead. yes lets just drop the investment an R&D COST'S THAT Sony was investing into since 1997, and that Sony already released Blu-Ray to the open market in 2003. example: The first Blu-ray Disc prototypes were unveiled in October 2000 Sony Shows First Blu-Ray Recorder Drive uses blue-laser technology to boost DVD storage to 27GB. By Martyn Williams, IDG News Mar 3, 2003 9:00 am http://www.pcworld.com/arti... also which had support from: The format is backed by Sony, Hitachi, LG Electronics, Matsushita Electric Industrial (Panasonic), Philips Electronics, Pioneer Electronics, Samsung Electronics, Sharp, and Thomson Multimedia. all with movie production companies getting on board. with the above that Blu-Ray optical drives still played standard DVD's. Where a new format for a HD movies was being chosen, and yet the PS3 was designed to be a living room entertainment system. yea lets just drop all that cost in R&D AND ROLL OVER for another format that had only ONE manuf. at the Time Toshiba which made HD-dvd. While Sony an the main optical drive manuf. over 11 of them chose to support Blu-Ray over HD-DVD. silly to spend that money just to say oh well? GET REAL. many gamer's are not using common sense Nintendo even had to wait on motion plus for the WiiMotes because the added cost would have been increased even right now online cost's $8.00 back in 2006 what would the cost have been? more than $8.00 that's for sure
To be honest..it looks exactly like super smash bros.
Hey guys look captain obvious kicked open, a open door.. Doesnt mean it cant be fun dont see anyone complaining that the new tomb raider is heavily borrowing elements from uncharted. Or the fact that dante's inferno was inspired by god of war its how industries work.
dante inferno was burned to hell (pun non intended) by ps3 gamers for copying GOW III, and rightfully so, thats a shameful rip off. EDIT: forza? really? weak! how possibly you gonna differentiate yourself in a cars sim? try again. this is a fantasy fighting game. the possiblities are vast!
@dark-hollow Forza was never crucified for ripping off GT.