This article looks at comments made from January 27th- January Remember, don’t insult other posters. If you insult other posters, your post that you might have spent so much time on might not get approved, and thrown in the trash. Stay classy!Too early to draw conclusions IMO. If anything, it’s probably Corrin getting two amiibo as the female alt is insanely popular. I’m not sure if they would give Alph an amiibo (as much as I’d like that). I either messed up the formatting somewhere, or an update broke the functionality. I’ll try to look into it! Ashley seems to make the most sense as a second Wario rep, just because as you mentioned the Mii Fighter costume, the Assist Trophy…she’s also VERY popular in Badge Arcade. I don’t understand the mantality of rather not having the costume, than having it. If I’m not interested in the Mii Costume (which there are plently of), then I just don’t buy it. Spring Man could be very interested, but it might be hard to balance as it’d have to be very week in close range. I really agree with this. When doing the Perception of Japanese DLC in Japan (and Redux) I found some characters were slightly more popular than others in various regions. It’s all about hitting a balance for the worldwide audience. I’m not sure about Kirby being overepped in Melee is a real quote. I need to check the sources and see if that’s a true statement. I think that belief comes from the NeoGaf post which as we all know, is false. Besides that, yes, distribution is one of the 4 “rules” Sakurai has outright stated. I’ve seen this a lot, so I’m going to copy and paste Spazzy’s response as I agree with him: I heard it contains over a 100 levels and a full co-op story mode (most of the digital versions of the game only had vs-multiplayer modes). That’s enough for me, but your mileage will obviously vary. I do think $30-$40 would probably have been a more natural price point, though. It seems less like what I would expect from an eShop title and more like what I would expect from a 3DS title to me, so that pricing structure would make a bit more sense. If Nintendo wasn’t working on it, I might be more concerned. However, since it’s a joint project and they got some of the original developers, I have more faith. Sakurai wanted a character to represent a new series…probably because by the end of the DLC the roster started to feel a bit…dated (even with the addition of the new DLC). Corrin became that promotional rep. However, like you mention it was Corrin’s unique abilities that drew Sakurai to them. Actually the plural of amiibo is amiibo figures.
This is exactly my personal issue with Impa. Sometimes she plays an important role, sometimes she doesn’t. If I ignore Hyrule Warriors, I can’t really imagine a moveset for her.
I can understand this mindset as well. Right now, since we know Nintendo and old Bomberman staff are working on it, I’m willing to give Super Bomberman R a chance.
This is the timing that Link is talking about.
What do you guys think?
Yeah, I think Steve would make an ideal indie rep. I just worry about the stuff James and I talked about in the discussion: communication, desire to advertise Japanese games, etc.
As mentioned above, Steve probably makes the most sense as a indie rep, as Minecraft is a global game…and a very popular one at that. Though, I could see a lot of Smashers being salty about his inclusion.
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