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Nintendo is definitely removing Smash Brothers from Evo because they're petty like that.
It nots stopping us from having side tournaments though.Nintendo is definitely removing Smash Brothers from Evo because they're petty like that.
I saw a little of "Guilty Gear: Strife" on Twitch. I have virtually no Guilty Gear experience, so I can't comment on how much things have changed. Guilty Gear is surely a visual masterpiece, as per usual. Be sure to have a look at "Guilty Gear: Strife" if you get a chance.
The problem is sf ex was kinda licensed out i think the company is Akira so thats why in general u wont see them in a main sf series even some od the names of moves were changed in ex fighting layerI learned more about Fighting EX Layer recently. Reason why is because when I looked at "Fighting EX Layer," I noticed a bunch of characters I recall from the Street Fighter EX series, especially from when I used to play "Street Fighter EX3" long ago. I found it interesting how a lot of the past characters from the Street Fighter EX series are in "Fighting EX Layer." It seems rather sad not many of the Street Fighter EX series types stayed in games like SF4 or even SF5. However, it does seem nice they aren't entirely forgotten with this package. One I didn't notice according to the ones in Fighting EX Layer was Ace, whose moves you could customize in "Street Fighter EX3."
I do note this is called "Fighting EX Layer," but I have only seen a video of "Fighting Layer" to not know of any Fighting Layer characters in this game.
As for the game itself, it seems more like the game has the kind of formula implemented when "Street Fighter 4" came out. You know- full 3D with a 2D feel. All three Street Fighter EX games had an infinite playing field. Fighting EX Layer keeps everything in one area without an infinite playing field like a lot of early 3D fighting games.
There are alot physic base brawlers now but that sounds fun.Curiously on Steam, I came across a game called "Mad Streets." This game is a physics-based brawler. Think of this game as "Gang Beasts" meets either "Super Smash Bros." or "Urban Reign." Instead of trying to knock opponents off the stage or into hazards, you're brawling against opponents. The fact it has little mini games outside of battle makes it an appealing game. It's surely a game I'd want to play if I had a decent PC or a modern console.