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;D Megaman is awesome! He is the reason i'm gonna get the game. Well my favorite version of magaman is megaman x.
I'm not sure why they are add Greninja, does it mean they will add the other Kalos starters too? Or will they only add Greninja because he is more suited, well I don't know.Charizard coming back was not hard to see coming, with his 2 new mega-evolutions and all that, but his final smash I think will be a 50-50% transformation into 1 of his mega's OR maybe just a beam made by Y and then he turns into X and punches the way the beam went.
I think it is stupid to put Greninja in there, I liked the idea of Goku being introduced but he would be too op. I think they will put Charizard X rather then Y since it was used in the mini series of Pokemon Fire Red. I would rather a Umbreon in there, I love my shiny Umbreon on Pokemon Y
You do realize that this game is meant for NINTENDO characters.
Is Metal Gear Solid a Nintendo title?
there was a metal gear on the NES
Keeping Mewtwo out -- especially when it just got a Mega Evolution -- and putting in Charizard is a travesty. I don't hate Charizard, it just happens to be the single most overrated Pokemon in the history of the franchise. At least Mewtwo has traditionally been good on a competitive level. Greninja's been a pretty good addition to the games, but it's quickly becoming overrated as both a starter and a competitive Pokemon because of its ability, versatility, and stats, but it's probably going to feel like a bad move in a generation or two since starters outside of the first three are really transient.Anyway, I guess I will buy a Wii U this winter so I can fire this game up on it -- 3DS just isn't going to cover it for me, since I like to have everyone over on the big screen for *ahem* melees and brawls. Wii Fit Trainer is my favorite addition to the roster so far and I'm not sure what that says about me.
I still have metal gear on original nintendo, funny how some original nintendo games are actually harder then there future versions on PS3 haha
Can I come over?
As someone who plays a lot of old video games, I'm pretty sure it's a rule that old video games are more difficult than modern ones. There are a lot of reasons for that and I think I've gone over them before, but a major factor was the fact that older games had less processing power, so they had to be more difficult as a result. Things started easing up in the 16-bit era, but they were still mildly challenging. I'm playing through the Genesis Sonic games right now and they're honestly really, really forgiving compared to earlier titles, even though you really do need to master the games to play them properly and it takes a degree of memorization to avoid too many hardships in certain areas. Still, it's a cakewalk compared to the original Super Mario Bros., let alone the games that were actually hard, like Ninja Gaiden.In person would be hard, but Wi-Fi is good. Just wait until the game's out.
Metal Gear Solid was on a Gameboy/NES which was made by Nintendo."The inclusion of Konami-created character Solid Snake may seem to conflict with the Super Smash Bros. paradigm—to only include characters from games made by Nintendo and its second parties—but Sakurai said that Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima "practically begged" for Snake to be included in Super Smash Bros. Melee, which did not happen since the game was too far into development. This in turn led to his appearance in the following game instead."Spoiler for Hidden: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_Smash_Bros._Brawl