Posts by Muigi

    Who introduced Young Link already? XD

    Well, I'm going by my common sense that Young Link has a good chance to return, possibly styled like his Wind Waker self.

    Well I mean he IS a different Link with different attacks, so he technically isn't another Link.

    *insert moveset here*

    So is Young Link, but we don't need three versions of the same damn character, ya know. Two of Link is pushing it as it is. :P

    Okay, so lets look at the facts we have here.

    Young Link is technically the original Link that started the Zelda series in a whole.

    Fierce Deity was a one-shot extra that appeared in one Zelda game. Yeah, real deserving, isn't he?

    In my opinion, Toad is more important than Fierce Deity, and I even doubt his playable appearance seeing Peach. :\

    Since we have TP Link in Brawl now, that doesn't mean this Link has to be the only Link. Remember, Link was still a kid when the first Legend of Zelda came out, so, personally, I find Young Link more deserving to return by him starting the Legend of Zelda series period.

    Jigglypuff confirmed.

    I just had the best idea for brawl ever. I was playin MM...


    Dude, that would be so awsome. I noticed that he is slightly slower and less evading then Link, but does more dammage. Whos with me?

    Eh, I'd like to see that as an alternate costume for normal Link. I mean, it'd be stupid to have three versions of Link in the game, not to mention pointless.

    Today's update: The return of Classic mode

    This is the classic single-player mode—hence the name, Classic.

    In this mode, you try to clear each stage as you go.

    Choose your favorite character and a difficulty level, then start the match!

    Fight whoever appears!

    The world you fight in is pretty much determined based on stage number. Stage 1 is based on The Legend of Zelda. Stage 3 is based on Pokémon. And each time, the characters are chosen randomly.

    You’ll also find the status of enemies and rules of the match vary slightly to include things like Giant matches, Metal matches, and Team battles.

    Heart icons indicate your allies.

    You cleared the stage!

    So... You just keep playing until you reach the end. Easy to understand, right?

    Huh? You’re wondering what the coins on the Stage Clear screen are for? Um, you think they’re there to make it look more lively?

    No, no. You earn and save these up little by little as you play. And supposedly you can use them somewhere. But no—you don’t use them to shop.

    This one is significant, because it shows how Stock Matches will look now.

    Double post FOR GREAT JUSTICE!

    Today's update: STAGE BUILDER

    Those who enjoy a little effort may be able to enjoy this stage builder for the rest of their lives.

    First, start from the initialize setting.

    You start by choosing the size of the stage, the background pattern, and the music that will play. Oops! Sorry. For music, you?ll only be able to choose from the songs you have available.

    This is the edit screen!

    Basically, you choose parts from the palette on the side and place them in the field.

    The controls vary by controller, but each one can do the following:

    * Flip parts left to right
    * Enlarge or shrink parts
    * Zoom in or out on the screen
    * Swap palettes
    * Erase

    ...Among other things.


    You can save a name and comments for the stage, as well.

    You can change the music on the save screen. Choose something that matches the mood of your stage.

    And I?m happy that this is compatible with SD cards. You don?t have to worry about size, so make as many stages as you like.

    Also, if you?ve finished registering someone as both a Wii Friend and a Smash friend, you?ll be able to send custom stages to each other.

    Now, for those who hate putting effort into such things, we?ve also prepared something you can enjoy as well.

    "Submit" ...?

    That?s right! You can use your Wi-Fi connection to send stages you?ve made to Nintendo! (However, you can?t submit repeatedly. Maybe just once per day?)

    And a stage selected from the entire daily collection will be sent from Nintendo to your Wii. A stage made by someone else will come to you over the Internet once per day!

    DUN DUN DUNNNNNN! That?s the shocking truth. This means you?ll be able to experience a new stage every day?the flavor of the day, if you will. However, the plan is for that stage to vanish once one day has passed. It?s a once-in-a-lifetime encounter.

    You can submit in both the Snapshots mode and the Stage Builder mode, allowing everyone to enjoy the creations of others. The fun of sharing is one of the ways that I wanted to take advantage of Wi-Fi for something other than pure battling.

    Today?s stage has lots of traps...

    This is our ideal current plan. We still don?t know the exact service period. And future tuning may result in changes to the spec.

    But for now, please look forward to it!

    ...............................I think I just cried a bit from joy.

    Just list your favorite boss or bosses here and why they are your favorite.

    I have one boss that ranks above the rest. Psycho Mantis from Metal Gear Solid. It's unique to fight him, as you actually have to change controller ports to fight him, as he'll read your every move when in the Player 1 slot. Also, what is probably the best part, before you fight him, HE READS YOUR MEMORY CARD. And he'll say the first game you played before you started playing this. That sold me big time when I first heard him say "You like fighting games. You've been played Super Smash Bros. Melee, haven't you?" Such a kickass boss he was.

    Now then, who are your favorites?

    NOTE: Psycho Mantis quote was from the GC port of the original MGS.

    Could be? Hell, it WILL be promising, with all the stuff they're putting in it.

    Epic Bowser fights
    The return of Fire Mario
    New power ups, like Boo Mario and Ice Mario
    Defy the laws of physics by jumping from planet to planet
    Entire galaxies as levels

    Heck, if this game turns out to be complete shit, I'll eat my arm. xD

    I'm not much on Naruto, so the story is kinda weird to me. But I'm sure some will like it.

    I do like the style of writing used, though. As long as Nauto doesn't spam that god-forsaken catchphrase of his, I'll continue to read it. ^^

    Welp, we kept asking, and asking, and we finally see another new character.

    Today's update is none other than:

    King Dedede

    The self-proclaimed king of Dream Land formally joins the brawl! Mechanizing his wooden mallet, he delivers a mighty, earth-shaking blow!

    He joins as a member of the heavyweight class alongside Bowser and Donkey Kong. Can he defeat Kirby?!

    Being Kirby's version of Bowser, I can pretty much say that he'll share some of Kirby's moves, like being able to suck people up, but, instead of taking their power, he'll spit them right out, kind of like a throw.

    Here's a bit of background info for those who aren't familiar with him. King Dedede is basically Kirby's main rival, since Meta Knight goes by his own rules and usually doesn't bother Kirby unless he needs to. King Dedede isn't actually evil, but he's more of a major asshole since he keeps picking on everyone who lives in Dream Land by either stealing their food or making them dreamless by building a castle ontop of the Fountain of Dreams. The only reason he gets away with these things is because he rules over Dream Land, seeing as he's the king of it all.