Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
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- New challenger!: Greninja, the awesome final evolution of Froakie from Pokémon X and Pokémon Y, joins the roster as a playable character in Super Smash Bros. for both Wii U and Nintendo 3DS
- Oldies but goodies: Many of the classic characters from past Super Smash Bros. games that are returning in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS have new powers and abilities
- Online play: Both the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS versions of Super Smash Bros. will offer online multiplayer game play with other players on the same platform. Players with broadband Internet access can battle it out with anyone else who is online and also has the game
- Variety of stages: While the cast of playable characters is the same in both versions of the new games, the stages where the battles take place are vastly different, depending on which system a player chooses. The Wii U stages are primarily based on past home console games, while the Nintendo 3DS stages draw from hand-held games for inspiration
- Items, trophies and Pokémon: Items, assist trophies and Poké Balls all return in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. New to the games are Master Balls, special Poké Balls that contain Legendary Pokémon like Arceus and Xerneas
Nintendo’s Popular Fighting Series is Back:
The fourth installment in the popular fighting series of Super Smash Bros. is here for the Wii U, bringing a huge variety of characters from various Nintendo franchises to your console! Super Smash Bros. for Wii U is developed by Bandai Namco Games and Sora Ltd., and will feature a mix of Nintendo classic characters and new heroes in this new competitive fighting game.
An Enjoyable Online Environment:
Similar with other previous games on the series, this game will have up to four players controlling various characters to fight against each other. Super Smash Bros. will feature online multiplayer gameplay with other players and will also offer a massive improvement from Brawl. There are two modes for playing with friends: “For Fun” and “For Glory”. In For Fun, all stages are picked randomly and all items and power-ups are available except for the Final Destination Stage. In For Glory, only Final Destination stage variations are available and will only offer a one on one battle.
In Addition, rather having an online leader board system, an entirely new type of ranking system is used called “Global Smash Power”. This system determines the player’s score which is used to find out how strong the player compared to other players around the world.
A Huge Roster of Characters, Items, and Trophies:
A roster of classic characters from previous installments has returned with new powers and abilities like Zero Suit Samus, Sheik, Yoshi and Charizard. As well, new challengers make a mark, such as Greninja, the amazing final evolution of Froakie from Pokemon X/Y. Tons of items, Assist Trophies and Poke Balls also return in this game. This Super Smash Bro. title gathers the greatest Nintendo Characters together in one legendary fight!
|Official Release Date||Nov 21, 2014|
|ESRB Everyone 10
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The graphics and game play are the greatest so far and with new characters, this couldn't be better
Tekken 7 brings forth a high quality look and sound, great game play and a very interesting story to the table that makes a great game. While many players will be happy with the Arcade, Online Battle, Treasure Battle and Practice Modes, many players will not be happy with how the story mode is constructed. The main plot of the story is supposed to be about finally bringing the conflict within the Mishima Family to an end. The player is put in the position of having to play certain characters at certain times while the story is narrated through still-shots and FMV's. The game will control the direction of fights in this mode which can get annoying. Certain simple moves for the player suddenly won't work as easy (or at all) as they would in the other modes. Even for veteran players the MAIN FINAL BOSS FIGHTS are the worst, unfair and cheapest fights of this entire game (...and some would even say of the entire Tekken franchise). Similar to Tekken 5, 6 and Tekken Tag 2, the customization returns allowing creativity and personalization to the game. While it is entertaining to choose between many clothes and items (...and some of the items can be used within a fight.) it still appears somewhat limited as there seems to be far too many wacky, goofy things for customization that players would not want. In conclusion, fans and newcomers alike will enjoy all that Tekken 7 has to offer except the fighting within the Mishima Story Mode.
Injustice 2 is a best fighting game. This game consist many mode such as Story mode (Good story line), Multiverse mode ( This mode I recommend you to play) The fighting and the online system is great. If you love DC comic characters, I recommend you to buy this game.
If you've played any of the PS3 Gundam Vs. games, this is pretty much the same thing with some really nice graphics and a couple of mechanic tweaks. The good: Over 90 Gundam's to choose from with an additional 100+ to use as assists. The standard dashing moves have been upgraded a bit (you can now dash downwards at will). Weapon load outs and buttons are about the same as before. The game runs really smoothly and so far, the online net code has been stable. Online matches range from 1 on 1 to 3 vs. 3 and there are no problems or long waits finding matches. The entire thing is very quick with minimal downtime from playing. The Gundams all look fantastic and the music is superb (even on the standard version of the game). The negative: Arcade mode is really simplified with not as many paths as before which is a small bummer. The online ranked matches are not yet available (right now everyone is playing casual/non ranked but this is supposed to be coming soon. There is a DLC tab which is greyed out, how many mechs and what their cost will be is still a mystery. That said, if you loved the arcade action of the first few games in the series, you will have a blast with this one.
I enjoy the story into a fight mode and the roster has plenty to choose from. The game play is very intense and the fights can be flashy and close as heck when fighting online. In my opinion the online connection is quite smooth.
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