2015/1/10: Wii U: Hyrule Warriors, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U

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MrLuck871
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2015/1/10: Wii U: Hyrule Warriors, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U

Postby MrLuck871 » January 12th, 2015, 5:54 pm

[QUOTE=PAAppleyard]It's sad and annoying to see everyone just giving poplar games high scores because it's the easy option.[/QUOTE]

Or maybe it's because Smash 4 has a lot of content and polish.  Anything below an A- just feels wrong for this game.  There are negative comments in his review about not being able to see the default controls without saving a control profile but the controls are in the instruction booklet.  It seems like he always mentions instruction booklets in his recent reviews but when a detailed one comes out that actually has information he needed there's no mention at all.  If he doesn't like the game fine but I get the impression the review was rushed just to get it on the site.  I mean come on, Knack has a higher score...

My main complain with Smash are the controller options.  There's too many and I have no idea which one is the best.  Is hooking up an old gamecube controller the best?  Probably but have fun actually finding the adapter.  Is the Hori fightpad the best?  Maybe but you can't find that anywhere either.  Not to mention there's no rumble feature and it has to plug into a Wii remote. 

Splash1
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2015/1/10: Wii U: Hyrule Warriors, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U

Postby Splash1 » January 13th, 2015, 11:20 am

[QUOTE=PAAppleyard]I'm so glad vgc gave the reviews the scores that he did. He have them the scores that I would give them. It's sad and annoying to see everyone just giving poplar games high scores because it's the easy option. I think they will be great games of there your types of games though.[/QUOTE]

If you think the Video Game Critic is any different, you're right. ...But not in the way you may think. He doesn't always give popular games good scores, except he gives low scores to the games that ACTUALLY DESERVE the high scores they get. But when it comes to overrated games that get higher grades than they deserve, the VGC is exactly the same in that regard.

Rev1
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2015/1/10: Wii U: Hyrule Warriors, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U

Postby Rev1 » January 13th, 2015, 5:36 pm

[QUOTE=MrLuck87][QUOTE=PAAppleyard]It's sad and annoying to see everyone just giving poplar games high scores because it's the easy option.[/QUOTE]

My main complain with Smash are the controller options.  There's too many and I have no idea which one is the best.  Is hooking up an old gamecube controller the best?  Probably but have fun actually finding the adapter.  Is the Hori fightpad the best?  Maybe but you can't find that anywhere either.  Not to mention there's no rumble feature and it has to plug into a Wii remote. [/QUOTE]

It's cool that Nintendo actually gave the option for any different controller options. I've heard of people using the Wii Pro Controller, the gamepad, NGC controller, and many others. The fact that the game lets you use whatever is comfortable for you (as well as the option to completely change the arrangement of buttons) is a really nice feature not all games do. I'd rather have the option than not.

Also, there are 3rd party adapters that are in the works right now so the adapter should be easier to get in the foreseeable future.


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