why do sony rip nintendo off all the time

#1wesker05Posted 8/1/2012 10:30:46 AM
I am a fan of sony i got a ps3 but come off it first they rip the wii remote off with the move now there ripping smash bros off
#2kupo1705Posted 8/1/2012 10:31:30 AM
Except that they didn't rip-off the Wii mote.
#3Goodbye18000Posted 8/1/2012 10:31:56 AM
This game uses controllers with buttons!


Electricity powered?

Your favorite Canadian LPer! www.youtube.com/goodbye18000
#4Kaydos25Posted 8/1/2012 10:32:02 AM
Or Smash Bros
#5McFordmansonPosted 8/1/2012 10:34:04 AM
>Blaming Sony for ripping off Nintendo all the time
>Ignores the fact that Nintendo does the same stuff all the time.
>Probably doesn't know that games such as Starfox Adventures and Super Mario Galaxy weren't originally Nintendo games, they simply bought them and slapped a Nintendo franchise on them.
>Probably doesn't know that Nintendo did not create motion controls, even the Power Glove was preceded by Le Stick.
>Probably doesn't know that Super Mario Bros wasn't the first platformer, Pac Land was.
Official Big Daddy of the PSASBR Board.
#6wesker05(Topic Creator)Posted 8/1/2012 10:34:32 AM
why does it looklike a wii remote with a lightbulb on it lol and yes this is a rip off of smash bros
#7legendofskylandPosted 8/1/2012 10:36:26 AM
#84RK_4NG3LPosted 8/1/2012 10:36:50 AM
And why is a ripoff a bad thing? Competition means Nintendo is forced to make a better Smash bros to keep up.
People on the Xbox forums obsess about fps. People on the Ps3 forums obsess about exclusives. People on the PC forums obsess about graphics. They all suck.
#9McFordmansonPosted 8/1/2012 10:37:09 AM
wesker05 posted...
why does it looklike a wii remote with a lightbulb on it lol and yes this is a rip off of smash bros

And Smash Bros was a rip off of the Outfoxies. Your point? Nothing is new under the sun.

Every game takes from other games and attempts to improve on them. That's how innovation works.
Official Big Daddy of the PSASBR Board.
#10The_SmashPosted 8/1/2012 10:37:13 AM
Innovative ideas become commonplace. Motion control made money so Sony and Microsoft capitalized on it.

A crossover fighting game brings much needed recognition to game IPs which, in turn, brings sales. It'd be foolish not to jump on that type of game.

Just because one person starts something doesn't mean they're the only person who's aloud to use it. And besides they made it different enough to be its own gaming experience.
"That's what she said."