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    Quote Originally Posted by raisinghelen View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Caliko View Post
    I hear nothing but good things about this game but after playing Super Smash Bros. Brawl it's hard for me to buy any other fighting game.
    Tatsunoko vs Capcom is one of the best fighting games available on any platform though. All the Wii had before was SSBB and some other decent fighters. With TvsC it now has a real top tier fighter and one that can stand up to the likes of Street Fighter IV, Blazblue, Tekken and Soul Caliber. Actually TvsC is better than all of those, perhaps with the exception of Blazblue which I haven't played.

    SSBB is a very different experience, being 4 player for a start. TvsC would be a good compliment to it, as a faster paced fighter with insanely awesome combos but with the same kind of simple to pick up yet deep gameplay. Online should be smoother too (seems good so far) as it only deals with 2 players.

    Above all the game is incredibly fun and everyone that has seen it so far has said the same thing - that game is awesome!
    I understand that %100 and purchasing the game crosses my mind every time I think about it.

    But from my perspective I only want to have the best the Wii offers from every genre. After buying Mario Kart I won't be purchasing another racer. And Brawl is my favorite game of All Time. So it really is a hard act to follow.
    In 2007 I predicted Wii Fit would sell more than Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

    EVERYONE at wiichat.com disagreed with me.

    As it stands today:

    Super Smash Bros. Brawl: 9.49 Million

    Wii Fit: 35 Million

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    Quote Originally Posted by raisinghelen View Post
    Tatsunoko vs Capcom is one of the best fighting games available on any platform though. All the Wii had before was SSBB and some other decent fighters. With TvsC it now has a real top tier fighter and one that can stand up to the likes of Street Fighter IV, Blazblue, Tekken and Soul Caliber. Actually TvsC is better than all of those, perhaps with the exception of Blazblue which I haven't played.
    TvC can be played by mashing buttons (from what I have read)
    Well most fighting games are like that till you fight somebody that knows what there doing.
    Quote Originally Posted by Caliko View Post
    But from my perspective I only want to have the best the Wii offers from every genre. After buying Mario Kart I won't be purchasing another racer. And Brawl is my favorite game of All Time. So it really is a hard act to follow.
    Nar buy it anyway (Zavvi sell it for under 18 and at that price im tempted, but alass I need the money for arcade machine parts and that will make me more money in the long run)
    Smash Brothers is hard to call a traditional fighting game


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow*91 View Post
    street fighter is essentially the same, just different characters
    No not really. There are some similarities, like Ryu's hadoken, spinning kick and dragon punch are performed using the same inputs but the combos, special moves and tactics are a lot different. You could say that they are the same because they are 2D fighting games but then you could apply that to any fighter, it's like saying Mortal Combat, Street Fighter or SSBB are all the same.

    Quote Originally Posted by DPrinny View Post
    Some say there are balance issues with it.
    I believe that the balance issues were with the original 'Cross Generation of Heroes' Japanese release. They were supposed to be addressing this for Ultimate Allstars and I haven't noticed any really overpowered characters yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raisinghelen View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow*91 View Post
    street fighter is essentially the same, just different characters
    No not really. There are some similarities, like Ryu's hadoken, spinning kick and dragon punch are performed using the same inputs but the combos, special moves and tactics are a lot different. You could say that they are the same because they are 2D fighting games but then you could apply that to any fighter, it's like saying Mortal Combat, Street Fighter or SSBB are all the same.
    by same i meant the mechanics. all the street fighter and vsCapcom games use the pretty much the same stuff, they just add more characters and some new features. MK or SSB stayed the mostly the same as their sequels but each one plays differently from other fighting games

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caliko View Post
    But from my perspective I only want to have the best the Wii offers from every genre. After buying Mario Kart I won't be purchasing another racer. And Brawl is my favorite game of All Time. So it really is a hard act to follow.
    That makes sense. I always used to apply that to my games in the past, it was kind of a gauge as to how successful a console was for me. I'd want a good fighting game, a racer, a platformer, a RPG etc. The Wii is a bit different because it has some games that don't really fit in traditional genres, so now I just tend to buy whatever interests me. It seems to be working out ok as we have quite a variety of game types.

    I'm not a big SSBB fan, the only time we really play it is with 4 players just for fun. TvsC just seems to grab ahold of me and wont let go though, I played it with my grandaughter for over 4 hours straight last night and we could have happily kept going if I didn't have to go to work today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raisinghelen View Post
    No not really. There are some similarities, like Ryu's hadoken, spinning kick and dragon punch are performed using the same inputs but the combos, special moves and tactics are a lot different. You could say that they are the same because they are 2D fighting games but then you could apply that to any fighter, it's like saying Mortal Combat, Street Fighter or SSBB are all the same.
    Breaking it down a bit.
    All fighting games involve hitting your opponent to win (Street fighter, MK, King of Fighters, Power Stone Fighters destiny), but the same can be said for FPS games only your using bullets.
    It is quite rare to get a game that is really different these days, one that changes how things are done. I think the last as Portal, it looks like a normal shooter till you play it and find out that you don't anything but Portals
    I believe that the balance issues were with the original 'Cross Generation of Heroes' Japanese release. They were supposed to be addressing this for Ultimate Allstars and I haven't noticed any really overpowered characters yet.
    Nar its rare to get a fighting game that is perfectly balanced these days or in fact ever as you always get cheap characters (Ironman IM LOOKING AT YOU!)


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    DPRINNY said:
    Nar buy it anyway (Zavvi sell it for under 18 and at that price im tempted, but alass I need the money for arcade machine parts and that will make me more money in the long run)
    Smash Brothers is hard to call a traditional fighting game
    BOY!! That's a good deal, but I'm in the U.S. though. (NTSC) I would buy it at that price. You should too, I also heard it's the most balanced fighting game, even more that Street Fighter.

    raisinghelen said:
    That makes sense. I always used to apply that to my games in the past, it was kind of a gauge as to how successful a console was for me. I'd want a good fighting game, a racer, a platformer, a RPG etc. The Wii is a bit different because it has some games that don't really fit in traditional genres, so now I just tend to buy whatever interests me. It seems to be working out ok as we have quite a variety of game types.
    Well My friend is tempting me to buy it. Every hour it's:


    *RING RiNG*

    "Hello"
    "Dude Tatsunoko Vs. Capcom is the BEST!!!"

    *RING RING*

    "Hello"
    "Dude THE STORYLINE!!"

    *RING RING*

    "Hello"
    "Sooo Many cool characters and moves and specials and characters and..."

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    "Hello"
    "Dude Tatsunoko Vs. Capcom bought me coffee this morning!!"
    *click*
    In 2007 I predicted Wii Fit would sell more than Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

    EVERYONE at wiichat.com disagreed with me.

    As it stands today:

    Super Smash Bros. Brawl: 9.49 Million

    Wii Fit: 35 Million

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    Quote Originally Posted by DPrinny View Post
    Nar its rare to get a fighting game that is perfectly balanced these days or in fact ever as you always get cheap characters (Ironman IM LOOKING AT YOU!)
    The only characters that don't seem to match up are the gestaults because they count as 2 characters but are a bit weak. The rest seem fine to me, although I haven't tried using Casshan or Tekkaman Blade yet.

    Are there any characters that you've found to be very overpowered?
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