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Re: Does this game support Smash players?

Nov 19, 2012

zeothedeathgod wrote:

HELLSAGENT_17 wrote:

zeothedeathgod wrote:

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This game in no way was meant to appeal to Smash Players (alone).

 

If it's to much like Smash, you all will complain. Which is it? What do you want?


hes not saying that, he says it does play differently, hes asking if any characters have the same type of playstyle like they would in smash. :smileyhappy:

 


Of course not, but he was asking if it would be similar. Sure the idea is similar, but it's a very different play style. That's all I meant.


yeah:smileytongue: sorry if i sound like a **bleep** xD but i think he gets that:smileytongue: hes just asking like, does dante play like bowser (obviously not but just an example) ive noticed big daddy plays like bowser.

 


Well in that case! To awnser your question, OP. I don't think so to be honest. I'm a die hard Smash fan as well. But I haven't noticed anything too similar between playable characters from both games. Maybe Sir Daniels basic sword swing like Link's. But that's about it. :smileylol:

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Re: Does this game support Smash players?

Nov 19, 2012

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Besides the party fighting genre, and the cross over theme, there is a LOT different about these games. 

 

Numer 1 being gameplay:

In smash there are special attacks and standard attacks (B and A respectfully).

In all stars, there is no standard, just Square, Triangle and Circle. 

 

In smash you have smash attacks, Direction tilts, direction dashes, special attacks as well as a big difference in the way that items are used (throwing, item uses, etc.)

In all stars there is no standard for attacks, just what the designers came up with that fit into Direction+Button.

 

Smash has percentages.

All Star has Supers.

 

Game modes are fairly similar (FFA, Team, Stock, Time, etc.)

 

Smash has garbage online.

All Stars has fantastic (looking) online

 

Overall, they are both great games, just different and good in their own respects.

I come from playing smash, yet love this game, and so far so do all of my other friends that like smash. I also come from a decent amount of Street fighter, but i'm still very excited. I'm sure it'll have a very VERY broad appeal.


to be fair I am waiting to see how the online fairs in the next smash since it worked very well in kid icarus and mario kart 7, amazing what a switch to braodband can do am I rite?

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Re: Does this game support Smash players?

Nov 19, 2012

Zezzler wrote:

Besides the party fighting genre, and the cross over theme, there is a LOT different about these games. 

 

Numer 1 being gameplay:

In smash there are special attacks and standard attacks (B and A respectfully).

In all stars, there is no standard, just Square, Triangle and Circle. 

 

In smash you have smash attacks, Direction tilts, direction dashes, special attacks as well as a big difference in the way that items are used (throwing, item uses, etc.)

In all stars there is no standard for attacks, just what the designers came up with that fit into Direction+Button.

 

Smash has percentages.

All Star has Supers.

 

Game modes are fairly similar (FFA, Team, Stock, Time, etc.)

 

Smash has garbage online.

All Stars has fantastic (looking) online

 

Overall, they are both great games, just different and good in their own respects.

I come from playing smash, yet love this game, and so far so do all of my other friends that like smash. I also come from a decent amount of Street fighter, but i'm still very excited. I'm sure it'll have a very VERY broad appeal.


i agree :smileytongue: although in general, in all stars its:
square = light
triangle = heavy
circle = special

its really nothing to that, as many characters have similar movies for triangle and circle, while others have powerful attacks for square :smileytongue:

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Re: Does this game support Smash players?

Nov 19, 2012

ATOMB0Y_ wrote:

Zezzler wrote:

Besides the party fighting genre, and the cross over theme, there is a LOT different about these games. 

 

Numer 1 being gameplay:

In smash there are special attacks and standard attacks (B and A respectfully).

In all stars, there is no standard, just Square, Triangle and Circle. 

 

In smash you have smash attacks, Direction tilts, direction dashes, special attacks as well as a big difference in the way that items are used (throwing, item uses, etc.)

In all stars there is no standard for attacks, just what the designers came up with that fit into Direction+Button.

 

Smash has percentages.

All Star has Supers.

 

Game modes are fairly similar (FFA, Team, Stock, Time, etc.)

 

Smash has garbage online.

All Stars has fantastic (looking) online

 

Overall, they are both great games, just different and good in their own respects.

I come from playing smash, yet love this game, and so far so do all of my other friends that like smash. I also come from a decent amount of Street fighter, but i'm still very excited. I'm sure it'll have a very VERY broad appeal.


to be fair I am waiting to see how the online fairs in the next smash since it worked very well in kid icarus and mario kart 7, amazing what a switch to braodband can do am I rite?


For everything I've seen about the WiiU's online, I'm sure it'll be good in the next game. But it's hard to say at this point as they are still really early in development, and haven't said much about it.

 

Although, it is BanNam working on it, and they have VERY compitent online with tekken and Soul, so again, I'm sure it'll be good.

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Re: Does this game support Smash players?

Nov 19, 2012

HELLSAGENT_17 wrote:

zeothedeathgod wrote:

HELLSAGENT_17 wrote:

zeothedeathgod wrote:

HELLSAGENT_17 wrote:

This game in no way was meant to appeal to Smash Players (alone).

 

If it's to much like Smash, you all will complain. Which is it? What do you want?


hes not saying that, he says it does play differently, hes asking if any characters have the same type of playstyle like they would in smash. :smileyhappy:

 


Of course not, but he was asking if it would be similar. Sure the idea is similar, but it's a very different play style. That's all I meant.


yeah:smileytongue: sorry if i sound like a **bleep** xD but i think he gets that:smileytongue: hes just asking like, does dante play like bowser (obviously not but just an example) ive noticed big daddy plays like bowser.

 


Well in that case! To awnser your question, OP. I don't think so to be honest. I'm a die hard Smash fan as well. But I haven't noticed anything too similar between playable characters from both games. Maybe Sir Daniels basic sword swing like Link's. But that's about it. :smileylol:


haha kk :smileytongue: yeah ive noticed a few individual moves, but no other characters as a whole jump out at me :smileytongue:

i actually think asides from supers, this game will be easier to get "good" at

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Re: Does this game support Smash players?

Nov 19, 2012

Zezzler wrote:

ATOMB0Y_ wrote:

Zezzler wrote:

Besides the party fighting genre, and the cross over theme, there is a LOT different about these games. 

 

Numer 1 being gameplay:

In smash there are special attacks and standard attacks (B and A respectfully).

In all stars, there is no standard, just Square, Triangle and Circle. 

 

In smash you have smash attacks, Direction tilts, direction dashes, special attacks as well as a big difference in the way that items are used (throwing, item uses, etc.)

In all stars there is no standard for attacks, just what the designers came up with that fit into Direction+Button.

 

Smash has percentages.

All Star has Supers.

 

Game modes are fairly similar (FFA, Team, Stock, Time, etc.)

 

Smash has garbage online.

All Stars has fantastic (looking) online

 

Overall, they are both great games, just different and good in their own respects.

I come from playing smash, yet love this game, and so far so do all of my other friends that like smash. I also come from a decent amount of Street fighter, but i'm still very excited. I'm sure it'll have a very VERY broad appeal.


to be fair I am waiting to see how the online fairs in the next smash since it worked very well in kid icarus and mario kart 7, amazing what a switch to braodband can do am I rite?


For everything I've seen about the WiiU's online, I'm sure it'll be good in the next game. But it's hard to say at this point as they are still really early in development, and haven't said much about it.

 

Although, it is BanNam working on it, and they have VERY compitent online with tekken and Soul, so again, I'm sure it'll be good.


that will draw in so many more fans it wil be nuts

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Re: Does this game support Smash players?

Nov 19, 2012

adding ppl looks like a pain tho you and the person have to send each other friend requests for it to work

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Re: Does this game support Smash players?

Nov 19, 2012

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adding ppl looks like a pain tho you and the person have to send each other friend requests for it to work


actually they have it so that you can randoms at least on the 3DS, but no voice cht to keep the small children from hearing bad influences

 

hopefully the infamous friend codes are gone

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Re: Does this game support Smash players?

Nov 19, 2012

TweetyPurd wrote:

zeothedeathgod wrote:

HELLSAGENT_17 wrote:

zeothedeathgod wrote:

HELLSAGENT_17 wrote:

This game in no way was meant to appeal to Smash Players (alone).

 

If it's to much like Smash, you all will complain. Which is it? What do you want?


hes not saying that, he says it does play differently, hes asking if any characters have the same type of playstyle like they would in smash. :smileyhappy:

 


Of course not, but he was asking if it would be similar. Sure the idea is similar, but it's a very different play style. That's all I meant.


yeah:smileytongue: sorry if i sound like a **bleep** xD but i think he gets that:smileytongue: hes just asking like, does dante play like bowser (obviously not but just an example) ive noticed big daddy plays like bowser.

 


really? in what sense? ive noticed his down somthing does a ground pound similar to DK


that is where hes similar to DK, but just the way he moves and all feels like bowser to me :smileyhappy:

 



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Re: Does this game support Smash players?

Nov 19, 2012

The game is in the brawler genre. It will be similar. Its like BF3 and Call of Duty. Players can go back and forth but each one has some quirks that take time to master. I haven't played CoD in a long time so going back to it is somewhat hard. It will be the same with All Stars and Smash. 

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