Post by Daniel Tak on Feb 28, 2009 19:50:49 GMT -5
My brother and I used to play this game quite often when we first got it. However, it's been a while since I've even touched the game box since. It's not that Brawl's a bad game, it's just not as appealing as other games that I have at the moment (such as Sid Meier's Civilization IV and the expansion pack called "Beyond the Sword"). Also, I had a lot of schoolwork to do and ... you get the idea.
I do like the improved graphics over Super Smash Brothers Melee. I'm much better at the Melee version than Brawl, mainly because I haven't yet gotten comfortable with the Brawl version yet.
My favorite character is Link, by the way. I'm also a big fan of Bowser (even though he's slow and lowly-rated in high-level tournaments) and the foxes.
Post by Dragon Yoshi on Feb 28, 2009 19:58:48 GMT -5
Ike and Pit are my favorite. I agree that Ike and Pit are both cheep but only if you use them that way. But pit and ike take alot of traning to fully master and be really good with them... Btw i'm absolutly rediculos with them. I can kill three lv. 9 computers on a team with on items on final destonation but I need friendly fire to do so.
Post by Dragon Yoshi on Feb 28, 2009 20:59:07 GMT -5
Daniel I never play online with anyone human players. First off they make us play with time not stock, then the enemies never change chractors so it gets really really anoying, then you will either fight the super nerd player or the crappy players that think the're amazing but the worst thing of all is the LAG litterly I will press right on the anolog stick and then like 2 secconds later he will move. But I play online with friends alot although only my cusions have online Brawl
Post by Dragon Yoshi on Mar 1, 2009 20:11:48 GMT -5
The problem with time is that lets say i delt 100% to an enemy and then someone else sweeps in and kills him I did all the work but he gets the kill by being a voucher. With stock it dosen't matter who kills the person just as long as they get killed.
Anyone else find the game slightly sexists, there are like 40 male fighters and only three (and Jiggaly puff who no one is quite sure what it is) female fighters but all three of them are good well peach is ok but only if your good with her
I personally think Jigglypuff is a female, although that could be debatable.
The game is slightly sexist, but so are 90 percent of other video games. I suppose an exception could be made for a game like The Sims, but other than that, I do notice a lot of male-oriented games. It must come from the stereotype/idea that men are supposed to do the fighting and women are supposed to do the cooking. That's not entirely true, but it's only a game.... At least the game of Lara Croft probably isn't sexist at all.