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  1. All this Mario Sonic Death battle talk is making me think back to when the first big Mario Vs. Sonic flash was made. (A little graphic)

    Yeah, product of its time alright. While this video allowed you to pick who wins, several points in the video make it pretty clear that the creator favors Mario as the better. (Like's Sonic 1 over the Shitty Friends games, Mario winning the first round, More Nintendo reps in the audience than SEGA, both of Sonic's endings have him using Mario powerups)

    Now here we are fifteen years later, where crossover battles are fully drawn and animated, have fully voice dialogue, and have them use actual moves from their games instead of punch-kick-punch. But somehow through it all, one thing has stayed the same... 


    It's amazing how a crossover battle can be driven by pure bias towards a series that just has "better games" instead of really seeing how each can put up a fight and win fair and square. Some things really never change. 


    1. Chili Dawg

      Chili Dawg

      "Before all the shitty sidekicks and anime crap" lol boi you ain't seen nothin yet

  2. So what if it was a diffrent franchise that had a Twitter account like Sonics? The unenthisiasm towards meme pandering would be more or less, but imagine if it was coming from someone like Mario.

    There can be memes, clues, pot shots, plush videos, etc, but how different would people react since unlike Sonic, Mario actually has a successful franchise to fall back on? Nintendo's real twitter account does drop meme bombs, but people find most of them to be very embarassing. Yes, Sonic's might've pulled that stuff off better than Nintendo could, but does it really? Or are the equal as questionable regardless of how good their franchises are?

    1. Diogenes


      mario's too innocent a series to pull off the kind of stuff the sonic twitter does

      to the extent that the sonic twitter "works" (personally I'd say it does more often than not), it works because it's roughly in tune with Sonic's personality (good hearted but still a bit transgressive), and because it's willing to engage with the series' rocky history (sort of an "i know it, you know it, so let's laugh at it together instead of trying to pretend it never happened" attitude). a different series with a different tone and different history would need a likewise different attitude.


    The only Death Battle that mattters

  4. I wanna ask you people, since this has become an increasingly sensitive debate.


    Of all the games you've played throughout your whole life, which of them feel equally as perfect and refined as both a single player, and multiplayer experience? Which seems like the perfect middle ground of the two?

    1. Bloxxerboy


      Destiny 2, The Division, The Crew, Call of Duty, Battlefield, etc.

    2. Strickerx5


      Halo (most of them), Brawl, Uncharted 2 and 4, CoD (a majority of them), and Kid Icarus Uprising off the top of my head.

      Basically, most games that I consider to be in my top 10 list.

    3. Crow the BOOLET
    4. Diogenes



    5. DanJ86


      Goldeneye on N64

    6. MegasonicZX


      Kid Icarus Uprising along with the older Halo games and super smash bros melee (and brawl) are the only ones that stick out to me.

    7. Wraith


      The only game I've played that I would give this to is Kid Icarus Uprising. All the others make concessions one way or the other.

    8. Harkofthewaa



    9. Yeow


      diddy kong racing

    10. Mr Loopone

      Mr Loopone

      While I don't play multiplayer games (only one that I played was Sonic & Sega Allstars Racing and the other player cheated), I do acknowledge which ones balance between the two whether it is mechanically or lots of content.

      Call of Duty (Call of Duty 2 to Call of Duty:WW2), Halo, GoldenEye 007 and the TimeSplitters series, nearly every racing game ever made that offer both (in particular Burnout series from 2, Gran Turismo up to 6 because Sport focuses on multi more and dropped the ball on single player, Forza, Project Gotham Racing 2-4, some of the Need for Speed games, Mario Kart except regular 8 but Deluxe fixes that). I think even certain sports games as well especially if they have a career mode in them, they often have the multiplayer side right but some do a good job with single player too such as Tiger Woods PGA Tour Golf series.

  5. Now Sonic being changed to be just like Mario and vice versa doesn't make sense...


    But, if they switched places and also have the heroes and villians switch roles, (Super Eggman, Bowser the Koopa) then that would make too much sense.

  6. SupahBerry

    Luigi's Mansion (3DS Remake)

  7. SupahBerry

    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (December 7th)

    Strange... It's unusual that there would be a transformation involved when most final smashes are redone to be faster and more flashy. I don't think Greninja's final smash really needs any change, seeing as it's fast and flashy already, so I suspect this is simply a cosmetic change for it.
  8. Perhaps the most spectacular waste of effort and resources ever put into a movie commercial.

  9. https://www.gonintendo.com/stories/319837-nintendo-explains-why-they-require-a-mobile-phone-for-voice-chat

    And now for the "philosophical" statement of the day:


    "It's always there. And it's always with you."


    Refers to the mobile phone, not the Switch."


    1. Blacklightning


      As opposed to the Switch itself, which is apparently an optional component of the online gaming function of the Switch.


      Just fuck off with this Ninty. Admit you fucked up and strive to do better instead of doubling down on this bullshit. It only gets more embarrasing the more you try.

    2. Ryannumber1Scarer
  10. SupahBerry

    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (December 7th)

    (Puts reminder on my calender app) Done! What time can we expect them to drop the Shadow reveal that day?
  11. I'll throw in my own hot take on this and ask this: Should SEGA had even started listening to fans in the first place? I mean, as a long running series, they likely had to reached out their audience at some point. I'm gonna stick with the era between Black Knight and 4/Colors. Most everyone was happy to see a more accesible Sonic game, with no werehogs, waggle swords, edgy story or other playbles aside from Sonic. Nowerdays some people hold Unleash and Black Knight on a higer pedistal for having better, non-kiddy stories and less Genisis throwback shoved down ones throat. It may have been more profitable that Sonic Team done these changes. But would things had been better of if they'd never did all that? Of course this all comes from the prespective of a 1998-2009 fan, I'm more of a Classic and Post-Colors person in actuality.
  12. Anyone been noticing a pattern of the quality and momentum of Nintendo each year starting from 2016?

    2016- Saw release of several embarassing games like Fed Force, Color Splash and Star Fox Zero; the Switch wouldn't be officially announced until late in the year. All it really brought was launching the Nintendo Classic lineup.

    2017- Switch is released, features two killer entries from their biggest franchises, a port of one of their best-selling Wii U titles that went on to sell even better than that, and an overall impressive lineup of third party titles.

    2018- Virtually nothing ever happened. It did bring the return of old favorites like Mario Party, Tennis and WarioWare and another steller Kirby title. But they also gave us things like virtual cardboard toys, a kiddy Pokemon, and their baffiling excuse of what they call an online service. The single thing that keeps loyal players from turning away is the big Smash game arriving at the end of the year. But despite being the biggest one yet, after such a bland year leading up to it, and the fact that the online community will be severly damaged, is that even worth it?

    2019- An instant improvement from this year already.  Yoshi, Metroid Prime, Fire Emblem, Bayonetta, Pokemon, Animal Crossing, Luigi. So many top shelf entries already announced, (No thanks to Nintendo announcing their future games way too early) and none of them as of now appear to be affected by the Online Service. I consider Smash to be less of a magnificent ice cream dessert for a pile of rocks dinner that I'd preferablly skip, but rather an appetizer for a much tastier feast. Ports of some fifth and sixth generation Final Fantasy games over helps too.

    2020?- Don't worry. If they fail again, we can still have the USJ Nintendo World. Right?

    1. Sega DogTagz

      Sega DogTagz

      I would have to question games like Bayo 3 and Prime 4 meeting their 2019 targets tho.

    2. JezMM


      I thought Nintendo Labo was a pretty decent success, and it seems like a lot of folks really got into Octopath Traveller.  There's also Splatoon 2's continued content, Octo Expansion was very much enjoyed. and I think people are enjoying Xenoblade 2's DLC as well?  Also Luigi's Mansion on 3DS is very good because that game is great.  Also seems a lot of folks were very pleased with the amount of high quality Wii U games ported to Switch.

      All the above coupled with Smash sound like a decent year if you ask me, especially if 2017 is considered one on the merits of two games and a port of another alone.


      Arbitrary whine that Star Fox Zero was a great game.

  13. SupahBerry

    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (December 7th)

    Yeah, the only person beating a dead horse on this forum is you Taili. Anytime someone whips the G word on this topic as part of any kind of arguement in a forum is no excuse to throw repeat your words. We Get it Already. If there are other people outside this people who still want him, do yourself a favor and just ignore them. Please. As for Sora, the constant repeating of "Disney won't allow it" is almost just as annoying. I myself feel that there's many other fighters that should be confirmed before he is, and Disney is at the the bottom of my list of reasons why. Does any of Sora's guest apperence in other Square games automatically label them as property of Disney? No. It doesn't. Sora shouldn't dare be compared to Goku (except for maybe their spiky hair) because unlike him, Sora has, first and formost, debued as a video game character. If Square can put him in World of Final Fantasy without the world erupting, Nintendo can do that too. However... The fact remains that Super Smash Bros is a Nintendo crossover. Not a Every Game Company in the World crossover. If you are all looking more forward to whatever third-party character among dozens than you are for perhaps another Nintendo character from an already represented IP, then y'all better brace yourselves for dissapointment. /Rant
  14. SupahBerry

    Splatoon 2 (Summer 2017)

    You know what would be cool? If that in ranked battle, players will sometimes have to face a raid boss that forces both teams to battle it, just like in Team Fortress 2's Halloween maps.
  15. Splatoon Halloween, eh? I thought that's what the game now normally looks like now that the Online Service has shown up and turned everyone into zombies.


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