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How "Core" Smash Bros. Players are Ruining the Game
Topic Started: Apr 27 2010, 03:46 PM (873 Views)
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Read this! Now this is something I totally agree with, word for word!
http://www.thekartel.com/zylvin/blog/2010/04/25/how_super_smash_bros._has_been_corrupted_by_street_fighter_fans
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I totally agree with everything he said because Smash is not all about the perfect timing of the moves it's all about the fun of it.
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I'm glad you do. :)
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Bro always annoyed the crap out of me about not using the C Stick and the items which really took the fun out of it me. :(

That's the reason why I don't really play Smash anymore...
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I've always played it with all of the items, it's alot of fun with the items. But it also does have to do with skill like it says, I don't mind any place. Although the final destination is boring like it says, it does have quite a view!
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I've always played it with all of the items, it's alot of fun with the items. But it also does have to do with skill like it says, I don't mind any place. Although the final destination is boring like it says, it does have quite a view!
I agree, the items and your skill is what really makes Smash fun. :)
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I have to disagree a little bit. First of all, a game is meant to have fun, and different people can enjoy a game a thousand different ways. Competitive and casual gaming are very diverse in many ways, but it's not wrong to enjoy one way or the other. I don't play Smash all that competitively, but...I'm a MLG Halo player, so I'm no stranger to competitive gaming. Also I sit near the top of the Bomberman Battlefest leaderboards. There's nothing wrong with enjoying a game differently. I play games to have a good time and to be the best, depending on the situation, and what it is I'm into. But being competitive isn't ruining a game.
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I wouldn't call a match with items a casual match, it gets pretty competitive. But, the whole point is that if you're not going to play the game is originally meant to be played, why not play some other game? I mean, you're playing it just bare-bones, so what's the point?
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Well, the items are a part of the game no doubt. But some people like to play competitively to test skill. Items bring in a randomness factor to the game. While they do take skill to use sometimes, they also can make a say in who wins the brawl. I find myself always being stronger with items of course, but it takes the pure skill factor out of it though.

I do get your point in going back to the game fundimentals though and I have to agree on that. I started playing with items again most of the time because it can be more fun at times. Still I'll play both rule sets at time though to both have fun and gain skill. (Although I'm nowhere close to where I used to be since I quit playing for quite a while.)

Still though, hardcore players aren't ruining the game. I think that like gamers should play with each other and everyone has a good time that way. The people who want to play without items that are very competitive can enjoy the game, and normal players can enjoy it just the same. There's really nothing wrong with either side.
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Well, the items are a part of the game no doubt. But some people like to play competitively to test skill. Items bring in a randomness factor to the game. While they do take skill to use sometimes, they also can make a say in who wins the brawl. I find myself always being stronger with items of course, but it takes the pure skill factor out of it though.

I do get your point in going back to the game fundimentals though and I have to agree on that. I started playing with items again most of the time because it can be more fun at times. Still I'll play both rule sets at time though to both have fun and gain skill. (Although I'm nowhere close to where I used to be since I quit playing for quite a while.)

Still though, hardcore players aren't ruining the game. I think that like gamers should play with each other and everyone has a good time that way. The people who want to play without items that are very competitive can enjoy the game, and normal players can enjoy it just the same. There's really nothing wrong with either side.
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I agree with all the above, Smash should be all about having a great time. ^_^
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You should get yourself a copy of Melee or Brawl sometime. ;)
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I can't. I saw the game with my "friend" and when I tried, I failed at the 1st second. >.>
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I can't. I saw the game with my "friend" and when I tried, I failed at the 1st second. >.>
Everyone's a newb when they first play Smash, it just takes a lot of practice to get the concept down. Remember: Practice makes Perfect! ;)
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Yea but what I want is to be able to import new characters to Brawl from DS games; just think if you could import Sora or Riku from Kingdom Hearts, or maybe even Professor Layton & you'd have to solve puzzle area's to get him?

With Sora or Riku you would have to go through a new area called Hallow Bastion & unlock their characters. Then they could come with downloadable keyblades that you can swap out with & maybe even unlock Roxas & other Kingdom Hearts characters!! Now that would be a Brawl game that I would play!

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