Its not PS2. PS2 is much larger, the platforms are higher, and the platforms are farther apart.
I don't like this stage much, but maybe that's because I'm not used to it.
The real fantasies are being fulfilled
I believe I acknowledged your opinion, but the problem here is you presented Melee as an argument for bets game, rather than as your favorite game. I'm not going to argue what your favorite game is, but I am going to tell you, your favorite game isn't the best one objectively, and I'm being so aggressive about this because it bothers me how so many Melee fanboys mistakenly claim that their game is the best one when they fail to realize how little Melee matters outside of its competitive fanbase.
The tier list is as such, objectively -
Ultimate (Has everything, fun single player modes and easily the best functioning game for fun with friends of all skill levels)
Brawl (Subspace is a big reason to keep coming back to this game, as well as having way more badass Spacies)
Melee (Target test offers something that no other game does, but everything else has been improved, so the only other thing this game an offer is nostalgia)
Smash 4 (This game offers nothing worthwhile that Ultimate didn't improve on, besides I guess being able to solo Charizard.)
Smash 64 (Classic, but no real reason to play this game for anything other than a history lesson)
The tier list competitively (Its important to rank this as a separate category, imo. Sure, you can say that Melee is the best solely because of the comp scene, but thats not fair, because then you aren't talking the "best" Smash game, you're talking "your favorite" Smash game.
Melee - Each time a new game comes along, the Melee scene continues to live on. Melee is fast-paced, exciting, and generally entertaining. People underrate how balanced this game actually is, too.
Ultimate - Definitely the most entertaining competitive game outside of Melee.
Smash 4 - Did better than Brawl at creating a balanced game
Brawl - So yeah, tripping sucks, and Meta Knight doesn't suck to the point where it DOES suck. But at least there's multiple viable characters making this game's meta more interesting than 64.
Smash 64 - Even though Brawl may be unbalanced as all hell, Smash 64 competitively is just dumb. 58 out of the top 64 use at least 1 out of the top 4 characters, and the remaining six either use Yoshi (the 5th best) or Puff (the 6th best). There's ONE legal stage. Having so few characters and stages makes the meta just not that interesting compared to the rest of the metas.
No, Wizard, Melee did NOT have an awesome single player mode. Melee has nothing to offer outside of Target Tests and a multiplayer that is only comparable to any other game if you put in the time to learn advanced tech, which, not everybody really wants to do. Brawl is EASILY a better game than Melee, objectively. Don't get me wrong, I love watching competitive Melee, but that's the entire extent of what Melee has to offer (and Target Test). And for some people, that's enough for them to like it more, but for me, and for the majority of people, it's not a fun game to just sit down and play compared to Brawl. Without putting in time to learn tech, it's jerky, it's buggy, and the single player is super boring. Melee is overrated. Stop overrating it. Having a dedicated competitive scene does not make Melee the best game.
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I dislike Choctopus for some reason. Not a HUGE Little Z fan either. Tbh, for a non-player, I'd have to go with Alpharad, and Introspecktive. But most of the Smash content I watch is from pro players.
Even though Cinderace isn't the most likely, still more likely than a Yo Kai Waitch rep imo
Mario and Luigis fireballs are different. And nair isn't fair, like, half the roster has that nair.
Actually they share like no moves at this point
Well technically, Ike is related to Marth by sharing an up B with Chrom, who shares the rest of his move set with Roy, who shares a few moves with Marth. And even Corrin ALSO has a counter, even if it does work differently. The point is, the FE characters borrow from each other's move sets too much.
The most recent ban on an active discussions user is still Iron.
None. Jesus guys, let this joke breathe.
Ah yes, the classic.
^Uh, yeah, that too
^Good one dude lmao. In all seriousness though, I meant a new franchise rep for Capcom or any of those other companies (Except Sega, what else do they really have besides Sonic), so not Alucard, Ms Pac Man, Black Mage or sadly, Zero. Perhaps DANTE from Devil May Cry, Strider Hiryu, or Kazuya from Tekken. A Tekken rep isn't likely to me, since we got Heihachi as a mii costume, but...
While we're here, I think that another Capcom rep is one of the best bets to make for DLC. Capcom easily boasts the best roster of diverse characters for a 3rd party company. I mean, they've got the previously mentioned Strider Hiryu and Dante, as well as a multitude of other popular Street Fighter characters, Mega Man characters, they've got Resident Evil, Final Fight, and Amaterasu (shoutout to @TinglyJungle ). I would be surprised if we didn't get a Capcom DLC, especially since we haven't gotten one yet.