Now Ganondorf has plenty of options from the games for his attacks, but what do they do? They practically clone him from Falcon.
Here's what they should do to compromise for those who don't want to lose Ganon's current Smash Bros. moveset: Give Ganondorf his own moveset, and then include Black Shadow in the next game (he's basically the evil Captain Falcon), and give him Ganon's current Smash Bros. moveset.
Last edited by BossFight; 04-28-2012 at 05:54 PM.
Mr.MR is right, as far as I know only their special moves are similar.
I stand by my Black Shadow idea (I think their thing with making Ganondorf semi-clone Falcon is because Black Shadow is also referred to as "King of Evil," but I'm not buying it). Either way, Ganon needs his own moveset. How is everyone fine with one of the main villains of video games getting an adjusted Falcon moveset? I'd be fine with it if he was a character that had no moves of his own, but he's got plenty.
Well, I guess I don't expect them to do it by now. If they didn't do it in the time between Melee and Brawl, then it's too late now.
As long as we get Ghirahim with his own moves I'll be content enough. Now if they even added Midna in as well, they can make rainbows surround Ganon during gameplay and I'll be happy.
Last edited by BossFight; 04-28-2012 at 09:29 PM.
Because that's exactly what they did to Ganondorf. Not only did they give him an entirely unrelated moveset to his actual character, but they even BASED him off an existing character from a previous Smash Bros.
Last edited by BossFight; 04-29-2012 at 08:13 AM.
Fine, I argee that Ganandorf should have gotten a unique moveset, but I think it's too late to change now. I personally don't think it's that big of a deal.