and add a third attack button a la PlayStation All-Stars.
Using the A button in Smash is equivalent to 2 PSASBR buttons. The controls are just mapped and performed differently, the amount of moves a character has in both on average is around the same. --- Monster Hunter Videos: www.youtube.com/blaze0070x Monster Hunter Livestream: www.livestream.com/blaze0x
#12CChoochPosted 4/19/2013 12:33:35 PM
That's outside of the point. A third button for extra commands and moves just adds more depth. --- PSN: RadRed
#13blaze19_0XPosted 4/19/2013 12:45:15 PM
That's outside of the point. A third button for extra commands and moves just adds more depth.
I don't think you got my point.
More buttons doesn't neccessarily correlate to extra commands/moves.
Street Fighter is a 6 button fighter. Tekken is a 4 button fighter. Which one has more moves? Tekken by a landslide.
Likewise despite PSASBR being 3 attack buttons and Smash 2, they actually have around the same amount of moves on average. Again, it's just mapped differently. PSASBR could have had the same amount of moves it does now with 2 buttons if it wanted. --- Monster Hunter Videos: www.youtube.com/blaze0070x Monster Hunter Livestream: www.livestream.com/blaze0x
#14CChoochPosted 4/19/2013 1:33:27 PM
If you use Smash Bros. as a base then adding a third attack button adds more depth and expands the move set of each playable character.
I don't think this is hard to understand. --- PSN: RadRed