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Not just complexity, but what I also like about PSASBR is that it actually gives players more of an equal fighting chance.

 

A few months ago I made the mistake of playing the original N64 Super Smash Bros. online on an emulator, as the other players were INCREDIBLY skilled at the game.  ...Well, not skilled at the "game," per se; just skilled at memorizing the same two or three moves to knock you off the edge and keep you from ever getting back up.  The problem is that they would literally do it over and over, effectively killing any sort of fun or challenge to the game.

 

But with the lack of a ring-out system in this game, even beginner players can learn by studying the combos of more experienced players and using them to their advantage.  It's a much more fair, balanced game of actual fighting skill, and I think I'd find it hard to go back to SSB, SSBM, or SSBB after it.


I agree.

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Nocturnal__Gamer wrote:

ItsLuigiTime wrote:

Not just complexity, but what I also like about PSASBR is that it actually gives players more of an equal fighting chance.

 

A few months ago I made the mistake of playing the original N64 Super Smash Bros. online on an emulator, as the other players were INCREDIBLY skilled at the game.  ...Well, not skilled at the "game," per se; just skilled at memorizing the same two or three moves to knock you off the edge and keep you from ever getting back up.  The problem is that they would literally do it over and over, effectively killing any sort of fun or challenge to the game.

 

But with the lack of a ring-out system in this game, even beginner players can learn by studying the combos of more experienced players and using them to their advantage.  It's a much more fair, balanced game of actual fighting skill, and I think I'd find it hard to go back to SSB, SSBM, or SSBB after it.


I agree.

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Oh you were one of the noobs no wonder you like Brawl 


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Re: SSBB is laughable now!

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Melee>Brawl (by far)

 

Hopefully it will be PSABR>Melee>Brawl soon, but it probably will be PSABR=Melee>Brawl or something like that...means: Both games have their advantages and disadvantages.

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Meisterdieb1412 wrote:

Melee>Brawl (by far)

 

Hopefully it will be PSABR>Melee>Brawl soon, but it probably will be PSABR=Melee>Brawl or something like that...means: Both games have their advantages and disadvantages.


This will never happen


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ihatemath113 wrote:

Nocturnal__Gamer wrote:

ItsLuigiTime wrote:

Not just complexity, but what I also like about PSASBR is that it actually gives players more of an equal fighting chance.

 

A few months ago I made the mistake of playing the original N64 Super Smash Bros. online on an emulator, as the other players were INCREDIBLY skilled at the game.  ...Well, not skilled at the "game," per se; just skilled at memorizing the same two or three moves to knock you off the edge and keep you from ever getting back up.  The problem is that they would literally do it over and over, effectively killing any sort of fun or challenge to the game.

 

But with the lack of a ring-out system in this game, even beginner players can learn by studying the combos of more experienced players and using them to their advantage.  It's a much more fair, balanced game of actual fighting skill, and I think I'd find it hard to go back to SSB, SSBM, or SSBB after it.


I agree.

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Oh you were one of the noobs no wonder you like Brawl 


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Nocturnal__Gamer wrote:

ihatemath113 wrote:

Nocturnal__Gamer wrote:

ItsLuigiTime wrote:

Not just complexity, but what I also like about PSASBR is that it actually gives players more of an equal fighting chance.

 

A few months ago I made the mistake of playing the original N64 Super Smash Bros. online on an emulator, as the other players were INCREDIBLY skilled at the game.  ...Well, not skilled at the "game," per se; just skilled at memorizing the same two or three moves to knock you off the edge and keep you from ever getting back up.  The problem is that they would literally do it over and over, effectively killing any sort of fun or challenge to the game.

 

But with the lack of a ring-out system in this game, even beginner players can learn by studying the combos of more experienced players and using them to their advantage.  It's a much more fair, balanced game of actual fighting skill, and I think I'd find it hard to go back to SSB, SSBM, or SSBB after it.


I agree.

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Oh you were one of the noobs no wonder you like Brawl 


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Okay now you're trolling 


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ihatemath113 wrote:

Nocturnal__Gamer wrote:

ihatemath113 wrote:

Nocturnal__Gamer wrote:

ItsLuigiTime wrote:

Not just complexity, but what I also like about PSASBR is that it actually gives players more of an equal fighting chance.

 

A few months ago I made the mistake of playing the original N64 Super Smash Bros. online on an emulator, as the other players were INCREDIBLY skilled at the game.  ...Well, not skilled at the "game," per se; just skilled at memorizing the same two or three moves to knock you off the edge and keep you from ever getting back up.  The problem is that they would literally do it over and over, effectively killing any sort of fun or challenge to the game.

 

But with the lack of a ring-out system in this game, even beginner players can learn by studying the combos of more experienced players and using them to their advantage.  It's a much more fair, balanced game of actual fighting skill, and I think I'd find it hard to go back to SSB, SSBM, or SSBB after it.


I agree.

tumblr_m41811Gbfc1r1io7p.gif


Oh you were one of the noobs no wonder you like Brawl 


Kakashi3.PNG


Okay now you're trolling 


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Nocturnal__Gamer wrote:

ihatemath113 wrote:

Nocturnal__Gamer wrote:

ihatemath113 wrote:

Nocturnal__Gamer wrote:

ItsLuigiTime wrote:

Not just complexity, but what I also like about PSASBR is that it actually gives players more of an equal fighting chance.

 

A few months ago I made the mistake of playing the original N64 Super Smash Bros. online on an emulator, as the other players were INCREDIBLY skilled at the game.  ...Well, not skilled at the "game," per se; just skilled at memorizing the same two or three moves to knock you off the edge and keep you from ever getting back up.  The problem is that they would literally do it over and over, effectively killing any sort of fun or challenge to the game.

 

But with the lack of a ring-out system in this game, even beginner players can learn by studying the combos of more experienced players and using them to their advantage.  It's a much more fair, balanced game of actual fighting skill, and I think I'd find it hard to go back to SSB, SSBM, or SSBB after it.


I agree.

tumblr_m41811Gbfc1r1io7p.gif


Oh you were one of the noobs no wonder you like Brawl 


Kakashi3.PNG


Okay now you're trolling 


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I'm not a troll


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...Was it something I said? Smiley Tongue

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SniperWolf323 wrote:

BAHAHA more complex hahaha, that is a joke, i played as sweet tooth and only used 3 moves the WHOLE TIME and i kicked **bleep** alot of time, but i couldnt finish any, or connect to more because the online is broken


Nobody cares that you have no idea what a beta is. Go away. Get a hobby. Find something to do instead of linger on a forum for a game you don't even like.

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