Which clone is the best - Results (94 votes)
Playstation All Stars Battle Royale
57.45% (54 votes)
Cartoon Network Punchtime Explosion XL
9.57% (9 votes)
DreamMix TV World Fighters
6.38% (6 votes)
9.57% (9 votes)
Some other one I forgot (Post it)
17.02% (16 votes)
This poll is now closed.
Not changing this until something impossible happens
PSASBR by far. It has some good new stuff that I wish the next Smash has, like costumes and customizable character intros/outros. Also, a kill limit mode.
Digimon Rumble Arena 1 & 2 were good as well.
Jumping Flash!'s Robbit needs to be in Playstation All-Stars as DLC! Sign the petition for him here:
SSB is a clone of Outfoxies
Was Cartoon Network Punchtime Explosion XL good?
Pauline, Palutena, Medusa, Cptn. Syrup, Mike Jones, Andy, Lip, Eirika, Bayonetta, Mr. Peepers, Micaiah, Birdo, Anna, Lyn, & Shantae for SSB4!
Jump Super Stars and Jump Ultimate Stars blows other clones out of the water.
"Google is your friend"
Google led me here now answer the damn question.
I bought Turtles for 5 euro, when I was randomly walking through a city France (I am not from France) and I thought: "Hey! 5 Euro!!! Better take it"
A week later when I was back home and played a few matches: "Maybe I am lucky and get 5 euro for it when I resell it"
This game is uber garbage
I also imported Jump superstars for the DS and I must say: It is definitely not as good as people hype it up to be.
So I guess I vote for PSASBR. I haven't played that one or any of the others. Although there seem to be some big flaws, but apparently people have tons of fun with that game.
Was totally expecting a different question.
"The difference between fiction and reality is that fiction has to make sense." -Tom Clancy
Digimon Rumble Arena 2.
although I havent played jump all stars.
I platinumed PSASBR, and its a decent game, but for the budget it had, it easily could have been much more.
Ridley, Tom Nook, Lip, Paper Mario, Megaman, Lloyd Irving, and Agumon for Smash
TMNT: Smash-Up is just an insult to TMNT fans. It was supposed to be have characters from both the 80s and 2003 TV series, but the roster didn't have anyone exclusively from the 80s cartoon, "exclusively" as in "characters that only appeared in the 80s cartoon and not in the 2003 series". Here's the roster:
- Master Splinter
- Utrominator (this is basically a sick joke of a 2003 version of the 80s Krang)
- April O'Neil
- Casey Jones
- Foot Ninja
- Fugitoid (2003 version)
- Nightwatcher (Raph in disguise from the 2007 movie)
Those were all the revealed characters on the web site. However, there were 7 hidden characters that were supposed to be in the game. I was thinking these:
- Bebop (80s)
- Rocksteady (80s)
- Baxter Stockman (both)
- Leatherhead (both)
- Miyamoto Usagi (both)
- Traximus (2003)
- Bishop (2003)
However, this is what we've got in the final Wii game:
- Ninja Rabbid
- Raving Rabbid
- Splinter Rabbid
That's right... 3 characters instead of 7, and they're all Raving !@#$%?&* Rabbids! I know that people want to beat the living "DAAAAAAAAGH!" out of them, but this is just a sick joke to pull on every TMNT fan out there.
I really don't get the hatred for PSASBR. The game's good, even though it could use another way to KO opponents and more characters, like these:
- Crash Bandicoot vs Spyro the Dragon (twist Activision's greedy arm until it snaps if necessary)
- Ico vs Wander (Shadow of the Colossus)
- Arc (Arc the Lad) vs Jaster Rogue (Rogue Galaxy)
- Leonard (White Knight Chronicles) vs Dart (Legend of Dragoon)
- Rau Utu (Mark of Kri) vs Toan (Dark Cloud)
- Finn (Sorcery) vs Ellen (Folklore)
- Vahn (Legend of Legaia) vs Rudy Roughnight (Wild Arms)
But the game's good, really good.
Yes, I'm Canadian. Yes, I speak french. Yes, I live in Quebec.
Digimon Rumble Arena.
Official Houndoom of the Pokemon XY boards.