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  • Today has been exclusively Nintendo fans talking about how cool Bowser's Fury is and making Dragon Ball Z and Gigantamaxing jokes and sharing art with absolutely nothing getting in the way.

    I really think directs are dead, there's just no point to them anymore when this strategy works infinitely better.
    Cyborg Sun
    Cyborg Sun
    This is infinitely better than a random dice roll that both pleases and pisses off fans of different things, which is basically what the Directs were (That's it? No Smash?).

    Dare I say, this new method is more... direct.
    There was absolutely no reason for Mario Party: The Top 100 to be as bad as it was. The concept was so simple and yet it feels like they did everything in their power to make it the most pathetic game in Mario Party history.
    KirbyWorshipper2465
    KirbyWorshipper2465
    Did ND Cube do better for Clubhouse Games on Switch? If so, they're really aren't good for Mario Party specifically.
    RetrogamerMax
    RetrogamerMax
    Hudson Soft made the first 8 Mario Parties while ND Cube made 9, 10, and Super. I don't know if ND Cube made Top 100, but certainly if Hudson Soft were still making the games and didn't go out of business, they would have made Top 100 a much better games since literally 90% of the mini games or more in that game were originally created by them in the previous Mario Parties.
    DrCoeloCephalo
    DrCoeloCephalo
    Star Rush is the Mario Party 3DS game I have the most positive things to say about but I still understand alot of the criticisms behind it.

    Part of the problem with Top 100 is that they had an opportunity to bring back classic and beloved boards and music but instead gave us generic and uninteresting tile grids and only a few good tracks.
    "I guess 2020 never ended" Wow it's almost like the world's problems like racism and bigotry didn't disappear on midnight on December 31, 2020, it's almost like this has been a problem for centuries.
    I would just like to point out Russia, CCP, Iran, etc, are all watching this go down and learning that the easiest way to access sensitive US government info is simply to have their agents join up with the MAGA crowd at the next Capitol storming and blend in.

    Ball's in your court Republicans
    It absolutely blows my mind the netcode is so bad that online has a completely separate meta from offline.

    Like seriously just think about that for a second
    Why does getting good at Smash gotta be a whole ass spiritual journey
    Glad they did the Sephiroth Challenge so I can get him early but I swear the difficulty was near nonexistent. Even on very hard I beat him on my second try. Might as well have just released the challenger pack now. Final boss my ass :ultpacman:
    Another angle to this discussion I haven't seen talked about: Nintendo has never really supported the competitive scene, leading it to be filled with some really ****ing gross people that would have probably not gotten as far as they did if there was any corporate support on any level. And they're only now deciding to do all of this? Again, what is any of this bad PR accomplishing months after the fact?
    Slime Master
    Slime Master
    The disgusting stuff that happened in the competitive community also happened in other fighting game communities that do get official support, there's no way Nintendo could have helped there. I wouldn't be surprised if the risk of being associated with these types of things is precisely why Nintendo doesn't support their competitive communities.
    Seriously what is up with Nintendo and Smash right now
    If this was closer to the revelation of big names in the Smash community being horrible people then I'd understand, but what good is this doing them now?

    Everything they're doing feels transparently ****ty in a way that feels less innocent than usual. Like Nintendo has always been like a decade behind but this doesn't even feel backwards, this just feels very petty and vindictive because they're going after communities that never really had their support to begin with.
    My thoughts on the Fighters Pass:

    Joker: Love him on principle alone. While he's a bit too "precise" for lack of a better word for my tastes, and while I never played Persona 5, I can definitely respect his inclusion, and the team did a great job with his moveset. B

    Hero: I can only play Hero if I'm going into it as a ****post, but that's not a bad thing, Hero is so stupid but a good kind of stupid, I adore how bonkers they went with him. Hero dittos are almost their own mode. B

    Banjo & Kazooie: Easily my favorite Fighters Pass character. While I never played Banjo-Kazooie until very recently nor really wanted them like I did with Ridley and King K. Rool, there's just something so special about seeing a fan request whose been MIA for years finally make it into Smash. And while they are admittedly clunky at first and hard to get used to, they are extremely fun and versatile. S

    Terry: My least favorite Fighters Pass character. I don't hate him nor do I think he shouldn't have been included, and I do like the ideas his moveset introduces, but his playstyle just isn't for me and the button inputs are too hard for my puny brain to wrap around. D

    Byleth: I'll need to wait for them to release before I give them a final judgement, but Sakurai really sold me on them. I was initially iffy on Byleth, not that I disliked Fire Emblem or anything, the character just didn't interest me. But seeing them in play made me really excited to pick them up (plus them being revealed on my birthday gives them a bit of personal connection to me, more than I can say for than any of the other Fire Emblem characters). A for now until they release and see them for myself.

    Overall? Pretty solid A. While Byleth is kind of a weird pick to end on, it's overall a really good, diverse lineup. If the second Fighters Pass is like this, I'm very much looking forward to it.
    Words cannot describe how disgusted I am at the people who made fun of and posted memes about Etika's episodes instead of being there for him and supporting him only to turn around and act like they didn't do anything and were on his side the whole time.
    That Sweetie Belle Avi is adorable :3
    MamaLuigi123456
    MamaLuigi123456
    thanks

    Not sure who made the image but I got it off somewhere on FurAffinity.
    Fluttershy
    Fluttershy
    Ah. She is best Crusader :p. Though how far are you in MLP :lol:
    MamaLuigi123456
    MamaLuigi123456
    Just got done watching a Seasons 1-5 marathon.

    While not my favorite show, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic is certainly a nice watch. The characters are the highlight for me.
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