Jealousy..

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User Info: SilverShadow881

SilverShadow881
5 years ago#11
I'm both a Nintendo and Sony fan, and I guess I understand the nintendo fanboy rage.

Smash was that little special thing that every single nintendo fan enjoyed, and a game that didn't have competition (until now).

But when a similar game is announced for Sony, they feel threatened. Now others are making similar games and they can't say they've got their own special thing. I wouldn't say they are jealous, I would say they are a little mad (but not in a "U MAD BRO?" way).
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User Info: Majora999

Majora999
5 years ago#12
SilverShadow881 posted...
I'm both a Nintendo and Sony fan, and I guess I understand the nintendo fanboy rage.

Smash was that little special thing that every single nintendo fan enjoyed, and a game that didn't have competition (until now).

But when a similar game is announced for Sony, they feel threatened. Now others are making similar games and they can't say they've got their own special thing. I wouldn't say they are jealous, I would say they are a little mad (but not in a "U MAD BRO?" way).


This guy. This guy gets it.

Personally, I've been a diehard SSB lover for so long I SUCK at traditional fighters, but unlike the average Nintendo fanboy I welcome this game. I WANT SSB to have competition. I've been waiting for years for someone who wasn't Nintendo or Digimon to make a good Mascot Fighter and then Paul Gale opened his yap and suddenly I needed new pants.
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