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Re: Why PASBR is good and not a rippoff, and even good for SSB

Jul 18, 2012
Its very good for everyone.. Smash Bros is a huge deal because of all the franchises and characters involved have big fan bases.. Instead of just playing a mario or Pokemon or Zelda,how about all them in one game.. and thats the best part about these games is how many different cool series are involved.. Its great for PS3 and hopefully we get a series going with better installments in the future too.. Finally we have a game that can at least compare to Smash bros.. a rival so to speak.. lol
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Re: Why PASBR is good and not a rippoff, and even good for SSB

Jul 18, 2012

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Its very good for everyone.. Smash Bros is a huge deal because of all the franchises and characters involved have big fan bases.. Instead of just playing a mario or Pokemon or Zelda,how about all them in one game.. and thats the best part about these games is how many different cool series are involved.. Its great for PS3 and hopefully we get a series going with better installments in the future too.. Finally we have a game that can at least compare to Smash bros.. a rival so to speak.. lol

it was a rival the very first moment, someone said Sony smash brothers.

 

But i get your point, PASBR is not a full rival atm. That we need to see in the future. Anything else you said before. I aggree full.

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Re: Why PASBR is good and not a rippoff, and even good for SSB

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I was talking with some friends and found the actual differences in gameplay. First is the stages, they are new and as far as ive seen they arent fall to death. Which brings the battle system you dont die for something stupid or random or the stage (which is cool but gets annoying and old) you die because someone planned it not out of luck. Another point is that it has more of a classic fighter with low medium and high attacks unlike brawls normal and special attacks. Those are major differences
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Re: Why PASBR is good and not a rippoff, and even good for SSB

Jul 18, 2012

I like where this thread goes. 

 

 

I just feel the need to question the gamers who commonly refer to this (and other "Smash-clones") as RIPOFFS....

 

 

Why aren't traditional 2D fighter games also called SFII ripoffs. Or more specifically, why can't the haters simply accept the fact that this is a GENRE. And a pretty **bleep** FUN one at that.

 

 

One would think that after 10 Smash Clones they would finally get it through their thick skulls that it's an established game genre, not just another copy.

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DJ-ecchi wrote:

I like where this thread goes. 

 

 

I just feel the need to question the gamers who commonly refer to this (and other "Smash-clones") as RIPOFFS....

 

 

Why aren't traditional 2D fighter games also called SFII ripoffs. Or more specifically, why can't the haters simply accept the fact that this is a GENRE. And a pretty **bleep** FUN one at that.

 

 

One would think that after 10 Smash Clones they would finally get it through their thick skulls that it's an established game genre, not just another copy.


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