Meh, Nintendo has better franchises to use in a cross-over fighting games.But it could go either way, everyone loves a good brawl every now again. Can almost guarantee it won't be as good as the Smash Bros series though, I still play the original every now and again!
Does make me wonder how long it will take for Microsoft to develop 'All-Star Brawl'. Featuring characters such as Master Chief and Marcus Fenix and... erm... Banjo?
Yeah, I see a blurry picture with some wires and a wii. That text really doesn't mean a whole lot to me. Especially since I can't verify anything from such a crummy picture. Also, why can't they play on a Wii just because they work for Sony? I'm pretty sure they're allowed to do that stuff.
Also, why can't they play on a Wii just because they work for Sony? I'm pretty sure they're allowed to do that stuff.
Yeah because its normal to have competitor's products in the same area while making a product similar to a popular game of your rival.It's not like they actually play a competitor's product while on the job or anything.
But it sounds pretty lame at the same time for some reason.
It's just... I dunno.
I don't really know what to say. I guess it could be good, or it could be bad. It's kind of cool that they're making it like smash brothers, but also not cool.
I will say though that the crossover Sony has here doesn't feel as... integrated as Smash Brothers does. The combination of Nintendo characters and elements in Smash feels so perfect. Like it's one thing.
This just feels more like different pieces mashed together
It's like comparing a solution to a mechanical mixture. I don't know if I'm making sense
The people who need to try harder are the people who actually put in the time and effort to take blurry stills so they can speculate and make up stuff (lol at point B loool), as well as the people who look up these photos.
Considering you made this thread as well as the other thread Sony (and you criticize them in both), I hope you won't mind that I just don't believe you. Knowing what I just described, I doubt you just "found" it.
It sounds really cool, and the concept actually sounds like it would be wretched, I really can't wait to see what Sony has done, I'm pumped for it. I just wish I knew more Sony characters..Fat Princess...?
ANd the picture sucks. Its ridiculous that it would even be posted. Like seriously, B? What's going on there, nothing, but some how someone sees a game ripping machine? I think that Sony wouldn't need to do that. Its kinda obvious how SSB works. I bet lots of folks at Sony have played though the entire series and love playing it. And the Wii looks too curvy to be a Wii, I doubt its one. But that could be attributed to the intentionally blurry image.
I think Sony deserves more credit for this, they aren't ripping off SSB. That's like saying McDonalds burgers are a rip off of A&Ws burgers.
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I'll put on my Nintendo fanboy cap on and ask, WHY?
Yes, PS has awesome exclusives and deserves its own crossover game with PS exclusive characters. But why did they have to imitate Nintendo by making their first major mash-up game a 2D platformer-fighter? It could have been a racer, or a sidescroller platformer, or an action RPG, or a mixed sports game, or a real time strategy game, or a third person shooter, or a 2D Street Fighter-like game, or a 3D Tekken-like game, or best of all, it could have created its own sub-genre like Super Smash did!
ANY of those options wouldnít have seemed like shameless leeching of Nintendoís ideas, but the way it stands, it seems like they just donít care. This is just another mark against Sony in their long list of failures to bring anything new to the table, opting to imitate instead of innovate. And thatís a shame, because once upon a time Sony was the King of Innovation, pulling revolutionary products like the Sony Walkman and the Sony Trinitron out of their rear ends like it was nobodyís business.
Stifling fanboyism aside, there's still time for Sony to make changes to the game so I wouldn't knock it out of the water just yet. For the record, Nintendo's been copy/pasting for YEARS! Not to say they don't come up with some new ideas, but every company likes to take an old idea, throw some bells and whistles on it and call it new.