we've had Mario RPGs, but what about a Mario TACTICS? or Smash Tactics?

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1 year ago#11
I love this idea... I wish they would make it
1 year ago#12
I'll support anything that brings more tactical games to consoles, not sure why it's predominately a handheld genre.
1 year ago#13
manmouse posted...
guedesbrawl posted...
Zelda and Metroid would work better for that... and we have Fe and Pokemon doing it already.


i don't think that'd be an issue though.

i mean Smash Bros is a fighting game, but if it were to add a character to its roster that was from a fighting game, i feel it wouldn't be an issue.

just like how FE characters are already from an SRPG series, but crossing over into an SRPG mashup game would still be fine.


Nintendo already covers SRPG's with the FE series. They'd probably think it would end up too similar. Even their platformers are really different from one another.
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1 year ago#14
Sign me up if it's of the same level of quality as FFT. Still the best Final Fantasy game by far.
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1 year ago#15
I'm not too sure about a Mario Tactics game. Considering Nintendo Fire Emblem would probably be the base but with out perma death. This means the game would have specific characters rather than random class characters(and even if Monolith based it would be the same).

They would have treat Peach as a lord class if she were playable. Anyway You have Mario & Luigi, Toad & Toadette, Peach & Daisy, Wario & Waluigi, Yoshi, Rosalina, E. Gadd, Toadsworth, Nabbit, Wanda, Donkey Kong?, Diddy Kong?, Dixie Kong?. It's at which point you need Wario Wares character to even the roster up. These games tend to have a big cast set.

I don't see standard villain characters ending up as playable characters. This leaves Bowser, Bowser jr. Larry, Ludwig, Wendy, Morton, Lemmy, Iggy, Roy, Kamek, Kammy, King Boo, etc. as characters you fight against in the story. So it hard to say what you end up with in the end.
1 year ago#16
a Mario Tactics game could be fantastic
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1 year ago#17
A Mario Tactics game similar to FFTA2 would be amazing.

Really good idea.
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1 year ago#18
Sounds like a really bad fanfic.
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1 year ago#19
How about Nintendo create a new ip based on this idea rather than shoehorn mascots in a game once again?
1 year ago#20
NovaLevossida posted...
Most tactical games don't reach the level of FF Tactics or Tactics Ogre, so unless it hits that bar, I don't really want another Fire Emblem or Disgaea.


snake_5036 posted...
Sign me up if it's of the same level of quality as FFT. Still the best Final Fantasy game by far.


Can I throw up now?

Anyone who puts up FFT as an example of quality sRPG/strategy either doesn't like the genre or hasn't played many titles in the genre.

All FFT did was steal ideas from the 16-bit generation - its additions were pretty much all bad (Zodiac system in particular). If you're going to have a job system, put at least a little effort into balancing it, please. And try to have a difficulty curve that doesn't resemble a valley with occasional drastic spikes, please (maybe you enjoy having Ramza spam Yell for a half hour, but I don't).
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