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3d Fighting game with WiFi and good controls?

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Gaming' started by lattes, Mar 22, 2008.

  1. lattes

    lattes WiiChat Member

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    Ok, so does one exist? I was waiting on SSBB for my fighting game fix and am just SO disappointed I have put my copy up on eBay for sale.
     
  2. Kingston

    Kingston Mohh2 Name: TheHater

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    I don't think you have to worry about "3d". These days, just about every fighter is 3d.
     
  3. lattes

    lattes WiiChat Member

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    But Brawl isn't... which blew me away although I understand why they did it.
     
  4. Fillieto

    Fillieto WiiChat Member

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    how is brawl not 3d? lol is this guy serious?
     
  5. Deospawn

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    Brawl is 3D, though I guess I can see why you would label it 2-D...though I don't entirely understand. You're complaining about what, exactly?

    If you're disappointed in Brawl simply because it's not "3D", I'll be aghast.
     
  6. lattes

    lattes WiiChat Member

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    3d = moving on the x y and z axis. Brawl moves only x and y axis therefore it is 2d.

    You can move forward and back and jump. WTF? How am I the only person that thinks that this is lame?

    I would rather play my SNES copy of street fighter with a friend than play SSBB.
     
  7. Atomheart

    Atomheart M'bating to Z Suit Samus

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    Ummm...What I'd like to know is how you didn't realize this until AFTER buying the game. Did you not see footage of the game or even bother to look at the back of the game case? I don't get it. I honestly think you're the ONLY person in the world who was under the impression that player movement was in 3D.

    Wow.
     
  8. mushroomedmario

    mushroomedmario ssb4life

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    i usually disagree with your posts, but i have to agree with you 100% on this

    maybe there was a second person that didn't know it was 2d, but i doubt it


    as for the purpose of this thread, no i don't think there is a 3d fighting game unless that dragon ball z game is 3d.....but dbz and brawl are the only 2 wi-fi fighting games
     
  9. linuxghost

    linuxghost WiiChat Member

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    Uhhh, no, it isn't.

    Are the characters and levels sprites? No?

    You're an idiot.
     
  10. Monsteroids

    Monsteroids Psychedelic Snail

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    EEEEW STREET FIGHTER IS SO OVERRATED!!! WHY THE HELL DO SO MANY PEOPLE LIKE SUCH A CRAPPY GAME. God damned lack of cancels, propper dodges, jump tricks, secrets, good guards etc. Yuck! MK and SF are the crappiest fighters I have ever seen, I HATE THEM SO MUCH. I love my new eBay bought NeoGeo. KoF rules!!! VF rules, Tekken rules, SC rules and Brawl rules. GG is cool too.

    By 3D do ya mean DBZ Budokai Tenkaichi, the easiest fighting game in the world?
     
  11. lattes

    lattes WiiChat Member

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    I am just saying that if I am going to play a 2d game, I would rather play something challenging, come on, brawl has two yes TWO!?! buttons. WTF is with that?

    Virtua Fighter for 360 is probably the best I have played.
     
  12. Budo

    Budo Raging Clue

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    What? You got bored of Brawl's, 'one button to rule them all' style already?! Tehe

    Oh, and I believe the correct nerd term is 2.5d.

     
  13. Axtlar

    Axtlar Del fuego he resurgido...

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    "one button to rule them all" I will have to disagree with that statement 100 percent, even if it's jokeful.
     
  14. Douten

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    Not challenging because of two button? are you kidding me? I'm not going to argue of the possible moves that SSB offers, but have you even did anything in intense mode? It should be obvious that it's a side scrolling game before you get it, did you read reviews or anything? I can understand if you don't like side scrolling games because you can't interact with the environment as well but to say it's not challenging? pffft

    On that note I would like to mention that in the so call 3d games you mostly just go forward or backward facing your opponent most of the time anyways, sure you can go around them (using the z axis).. but they turn around and it's the same game again (x&y) and remains so the majority of play time. The only thing is the camera angle of the environment change, which doesn't effect gameplay dramatically.

    As for 3d fighting games you want I don't know of any good one out for Wii now : / I stick to my SCII Maybe they'll bring some Tekken on Wii?
     
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    hal2814 WiiChat Member

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    Do you really think the NeoGeo, Sega, Namco, or Williams-Midway 1-on-1 fighters would even exist without Street Fighter 2? Before that, the best fighting game we had was Karate Champ (and yes, I'm counting the first Street Fighter in that assessment). You should be happy that people did like that game. Personally I love Street Fighter because it doesn't have all that crap you mention above. I rarely even use special moves. I just rely on timing and quick hit and block moves. It's amazing how effective you can be if you spend a little less time trying to pull of that wicked cool attack or counter and spend a little more time just trying to drain your opponent's life meter. And that goes for any of the above listed fighting games (except maybe the DBZ one since I never played it).
     
  16. lattes

    lattes WiiChat Member

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    That is why I mentioned Virtua Fighter (2?) You can really flank your opponent and knock them around.

    Oh, but I will PARTLY rescind the fact that SSBB is uber lame, my wife who was never into video games likes it because it has two buttons and is cute, so MAYBE there are some good parts to it because if SSBB brings my wife into gaming I will hail it as revolutionary.

    BTW: Yes, I played on intense. It is hard but not challenging if that makes any sense.
     
  17. Monsteroids

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    lol, you should have played me online. Some of the advanced tricks are sweet! It requires speed, timing, and gives the user a rather large superiority complex :lol: rather than memorizing crap to make your ugly ass bulky fighter do his ugly ass move.
     
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