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    • Grand-Blazer asked nick6464 a question

      Hey Nick. I don't know if you have come around here anymore, but any chance you have a Discord or Skype account? The former would be preferable, but I'll take what I can get.

      Answered: May 22, 2017

      Sorry GB, I haven't used this site in months lol (I've kinda lost interest in Death Battle and making blogs as a whole), but yes I do indeed have a discord: Nick Memes#6694

    • I F*CKING CALLED IT

      1 year ago

      nick6464

      https://twitter.com/screwattack/status/74139971651... HELL YEAH!! For those who don't get it, a while back when I made my top ten most when death battles, my 3rd most wanted fight was Mewtwo vs Shadow. I didn't care that Mewtwo Vs Silver, Frieza, or Darkwargreymon was more likely, this is what I wanted. But now it's happening, YAYYYYYY!!

    • Calling Fellow G1s!

      1 year ago

      nick6464

      Well, this is interesting. Hello guys! For those don't know (don't worry, there's not a lot of you who already do), I'm nick6464, formerly known of nick64_64 back in screwattack. I just got on here I hope to find fellow G1s. If you're a G1 who I know/subbed to back on the original SA, then please comment on here or send a friend request, or whatever you do on this site (again, still getting used to this). Well that was all.


      Edit: Alright so if you're a G1 who just transitioned on to the website also, you may want to join this group: http://screwattack.com/group/g1-nation It's basically where all the g1s are gonna chill at to find each other. I might make a Death Battle g1 group but maybe not

    • Top Ten OTHER Death Battles I Want to see!

      1 year ago

      nick6464

       

       

      Now, if you were to bring back any combatant(s) from a previous Death Battle for round 2, who would you want? Think about that for a sec. There have been a lot of fights where the fighters would have fit much better for another combatant. Namely, a majority of Season 1 had a bunch of fights which were very underrated and were probably made due to the creators wanting them even if they weren't requested. Now if I were to bring any combatant back, I would want this: 

       

      Number 10: Master Chief vs Samus Aran

      Let's be honest, put of all the fights with previous combatants in them, this one is the most requested of them, and while have had 3 Death Battles with already used combatants (Leo vs Zitz, Batman vs Captain America, and Charizard vs Greymon), it wouldn't hurt to have a couple more. I like the concept of this fight a lot. Both of these fighters are heros in space to defeat evil within their galaxies, and we haven't had a Nintendo vs Microsoft fight so there's always that. Plus, in the case that Ben and Chad are making a huge death battle that will take a while, they can always make this since they have the research and a prediction blog to go by, they just have to think who would win and animate it, so it can take maybe a couple weeks. Plus, the other reason that I particularly want this fight is because of haloid, a little film animated by Monty Oum in 2007 which made him popular, and although they did make Samus vs Aran remaster and Yang vs Tifa in honor of Monty's death, I think that this would also be a great fight to honor Monty's greatness. But hey that's my opinion. Now for who would win, I... don't quite know, Both of them have huge arsenals and weapons to use, along with many feats to go off of, but I just don't know. However from what I've read online most seem to think Samus wins this, even though have doubts.

       

      Number 9: Ruby Rose vs Maka Albarn

      Ok I lied, there's another fight that would be great for Monty. Now this fight has been in mind ever since I've seen RWBY, and may I just say this fight makes a lot of sense. Both of them are badass, female, scythe-wielding protagonists who go Weapon academy's to train to defeat evil. Now I haven't watched Soul eater, but from what I know she wields a weapon called Soul Eater, who is actually a person who can change from either form at any time, and since Maka and Soul's are connected, Maka is able to wield Soul and use him to great effect. Ruby Rose was once your ordinary teenager, going to a weapon wielding school, but one day when robbers stealed from a dust shop, she was able to defend from them and because of this go to Beacon academy two years ahead. Now initially I did want Ruby to fight Marluxia from Kingdom hearts, since they both wield scythes and are similarities to flowers, but they dont have much in common beyond that. Now for who would win, it's greatly in maka's favor. Why? Well, while Ruby does have an advantage with speed and long range with a sniper rifle, Maka trumps in everything else having more experince and destructive capability, plus RWBY is still a relatively short series, so the series just needs to evole and eventually Ruby may have some more feats and giving Ruby more experince. Also, anything to get my Waifu in a fight is a Thumbs up for me.

       

      Number 8: Mewtwo vs Blackwargreymon

      Yes, while I did have Mewtwo vs Shadow as number 4 on my original list, this actually a fight that I've wanted to see for a while. Not only is it a very close Pokemon vs Digimon fight, its also a fight where both combatants have similar backgrounds. Both were genetically created beings copied from another being (being Mew and Wargreymon), and were made to be weapons os mass destructions, while both of them also being bad ass anti heroes. Also, most people tend to agree that this is probably the closest PokeDigi fight out there, as shown with this prediction blog. Now for who would win, I think it should go to Mewtwo. Both of them have insane destructive capability being about even, however Mewtwo speed blitzes Blackwargreymon along with being much more intelligent. However if Blackwargreymon is considered to be dark type and/or DB doesn't use a composite Mewtwo with mega evolutions, then this fight goes to Blackwargreymon easily since Mewtwo would be much less effective against him.

       

      Number 7: Jigglypuff vs Hatsune Miku

      (Note: I actually had to make this image since there was none I could find on the internet. Feel free to use as you please.)

      Now a long time ago, I made a Death Analysis for Jigglypuff. Now without a doubt it was the easiest blog I've ever made, but surprisingly if you were to search up on your browser "Jigglypuff Death battle" or anything along those lines, my blog would come up first in searches (#Winning). But anyways, when I made that blog, the only combatant I could find was hatsune miku, since Kirby is way too OP and fluttershy doesn't make any sense. Now the reason I want this fight is not only because I listed it in my Death Analysis, but also because it actually has a cool concept to it. Both of them are the most popular singers in fictional history, and honestly while Jigglypuff is a glass cannon, Miku hasn't shown much canon fighting experince aside from using a leek as a weapon. So because of this, they are evenly matched because they're both very weak, and they'll have to fight eachother using their signing and very little things they use for battle. I honestly don't know who would win but this would probably be the best joke fight DB ever has if this happens.

       

      Number 6: Larxene vs Phosphora

      Alright, this is the first KH fight on this list and it will not be the last. But anyways, DB seriously needs to get some elemental fights. We've only had 3 so far and we are definitely in need of some more, and why not have it be a cat fight since we barely find those too? Larxene and Phosphora are very similar in that they both use Electricity as their main weapon, but both of them in different ways. Phosphora has insane destructive capablity with her lightning, while also able to fly and move around like a Lightning bolt. Larxene on the other hand while not being as destructive, she's able to create clones of herself as she needs to and uses kunais as her main weapon, while also being able to mix electricity in there too. Not only that but it's also A Kingdom hearts vs Kid Icarus fight which I also like in particular so it can be a good fight too. Now I don't know who would win but this will be very close nontheless.

       

      Number 5: Natsu vs Haru

      Now if you have seen a certain other g1's top ten death battles they want to see, then you'll notice that Natsu vs Haru is very high on the list, and while I haven't seen either Anime that much (DONT KILL ME PLEASE). I do think that it should happen. Why? Well, Natsu in general is highly requested to be in Death battle and while there are other good suggestions such as Luffy and Tsuna, this one makes the most sense since they had a crossover and they do have some similarities there and there too. With Natsu's dragon slayer fire against Haru's ten commandment powers (I kid you not that's what it's called), this can make for a very good fight too.

       

      Number 4: Zero vs Meta Knight

      "So a lot of people of have been-" NO! Not THAT Zero. (Seriously though, that guy is a legitmate smash player and is currently the best Smash 4 player right now, and he played MK in brawl). Anyways, while this was a OMM, that doesn't mean it has to be just that. It has been highly reuqested and sooner or later they're gonna have to do this fight. Why? Well, both of these characters are two of the most badass anti-heroes in video games, and both of them wield a very powerful blade too. For who's gonna win, I think MK will win. If you have read Kirby Kid's MK blog, you'll know that MK is one powerful motherf*cker with his very powerful tornados and his infamous feat where he travels from one end of the galaxy to another in seconds. Zero however still has a chance since he is no slouch in speed either and his saber could be good enough to kill MK since it's a freakin lightsaber (well, not really but it's basically the same thing).

       

      Now let's talk about Silver from the Sonic the hedgehog franchise. On my original list I said that Mewtwo vs Silver just doesn't line up well as a matchup. Aside from both being psychics, neither of them didn't have much in common plus it can be a stomp depeding on what is included (Mega-evolution, Chaos emeralds, archie feats, etc). However that doesn't mean I don't want Silver in a death battle. I like Silver as a character but his most requested matchups (Mewtwo and Trunks) aren't really good imo. Luckily there's one matchup that although not really requested, is a really good matchup nonetheless:

      Number 3: Silver vs Ness

      Now HERE's a fight that would be epic, and make a lot of sense too. Both are are teenage boys (yes silver is that young) that come from a futuristic timeline that time travel and, most importantly, they're both psychics. Silver uses his psychokinesis to move objects, destroy objects, hover, and even go supersonic speeds while hovering. He is also able to use Chaos Emeralds to go super form and use chaos control. Ness, while not exactly being a psychic, has a huge amount of abilties uncluding psi freeze, psi rockin, psi fire, and his nuke-equivalent destructive power of psi starstorm, along with wielding a baseball bat and yoyo. Now for who would win I think it is close and can go either way. You can argue that Silver wins due to Super form, but you can argue Ness can last long enough and heal himself while also having more destructive capability. Either way this can be a very entertaining fight, and in the end whoever wins will be saying it's no use.

       

      Number 2: Blue vs Gary/Daffy Duck vs Donald Duck

      OK OK I know ties on Top 10s get people mad, but please hear me out. I was gonna make number 10 be an honorable mention, but I couldn't decide which one of these two fights really deserved to be number two. So, I just made them a tie since both of them have somewhat similar concepts, and technically there is actually a third fight that would be here, being Dark Pit vs Roxas, but since Sora vs Pit is my most wanted fight I thought it would be cheating, plus I already made a prediction blog for that, and it's no big deal. Anyways back on topic, both of these fights are follow up fights from list, Ash vs Red and Bugs Bunny vs Mickey Mouse.

      For Gary vs Blue, both of them of rivals of the two most iconic trainers of all of the pokemon franchise, and moreover these two are actually more copies of eachother than Red and Ash. Gary is Ash's first rival in the anime, being one of the biggest assholes in all of the anime, with cheerleaders with him where ever he goes and getting 10 gym badges in the KANTO region only. I'm not joking. Blue (or green, whatever you wanna call him, I call him both), is a bit less of an asshole and more of a respectable character than Gary, even being the champion for a little while in Kanto. Now I seriously don't know who would win, but if they were to use their most recent/most canon teams, I think it can go either way.

      For Daffy vs Donald, both of them are the two most known Ducks in all of fiction and cartoons, and both of them have a lot of similarities, most notably both of them being extremely angry and grumpy in a lot of situations. Daffy comes from the looney tunes universe being best friend to bugs bunny (if you can even call him that) and Donald comes from the Disney universe being Mickey Mouse's best friend. Both of them also have extremely over the top abilities, with Daffy at one point fighting in space and becoming a super hero, and Donald being a wizard and huge user in Magic in the Kingdom Hearts franchise. I don't know who would

       

       

       

      Number 1: Axel vs Zuko

       

       

    • Top Ten Favorite Video Games Of All Time!

      2 years ago

      nick6464

      Number 10: The Legend Of Zelda: Link Between Worlds

      And now you're all mad that I didn't put Orcarina of Time or Majora's Mask on here, but you know, I'm personally not a fan of the 3D zelda games, but I still love the 2D games, and this is my personal favorite Zelda game. This game took what Link to the past had, but made you feel more powerful, made this between toon graphics and realistic graphics, gave you a bigger arsenal, and also smoothed out everything. Link Between Worlds has a huge amount of dungeons and boss fights that are memorable, and unlike most zelda games, this actually gives you the master sword very early on, which you can shoot beams out of and upgrade later on to give it more damage. The graphics are great for the 3ds, as wile it may not be 3d like OoT 3D or MM 3D, it still has great graphics in a overview perspective (similar to Pokemon X and Y/ORAS). The game's puzzles are not particulary lacking, as the puzzles are difficult and long like a lot of zelda games, and there's plenty of them with the amount of dungeons and side dungeons. The innovations in this game are great too, as you can upgrade all of your items, and you can merge into walls allowing different types of puzzles for you to solve. Unlike most Zelda games where you have to unlock items with dungeons/side quests, you actually rent/buy them in ravio's shop, as this means you can actually get every item in the game if you get enough rupees, which is a bit easier than most zelda games. Overall, this is my favorite zelda game, though that may change when if I ever play Wind Waker.

      Number 9: Ratchet and Clank: Up Your Arsenal

      Now, one thing I need to admit is that I am a Sony AND Nintendo fan, so you're gonna see both on this list, and I'm also a fan of THIRD person shooters, not first person, so you're also gonna see that too. Now, Up Your Arsenal is considered to be the best Ratchet and Clank in the series, and for good reason. This game had the perfect balance of Puzzles and Combat, and, like every other game in the series, had a huge amount of weapons. The platforming is at it's finest, the boss fights were great, the story wasn't confusing as hell, and had enough difficulty to satisfy you. While Crack in Time, Deadlocked, and Into the Nexus are close seconds as best Ratchat and Clank game, I personally like this game over the others because the arena is actually harder than the others and this game has a story that's not confusing. The game has puzzles that, although not incredibly difficult, are still entertaining, and the boss fights are still hard enough for you to do them over and over again until you succeed. The arena is still hard and fun, as in the arena you must do certain challenges under certain circumstances without dying, as if you die, you must start over or quit. The game has enough post game content to last for a while, and if you complete the game, you can play it again but with a bunch of add ons to it. Overall, this game is very fun for a Third person shooter/platformer.

      Number 8: Infamous

      Once again, I'm a sony fan. But yeah, I've mentioned before that I like Infamous a lot, and for good reason. When I first played this game, I could feel how dark the story was, and it had great gameplay with the electricity mechanics. The game is very different from most 3rd person shooters, as unlike most which you use a gun, you use lightning and electricity, as any attack you do will use up a meter for your electricity, such as lightning grenades, lightning blasts, lightnig from the sky, etc, and you can refil the meter by absorbing electricity from generators, cars, or any abject that uses up electricity. The story is that there is a virus spreading, so the government decides to quarantine empire city, the city which Cole MacGrath, the protagonist, lives in. There is a type of person called a conduit, a person with a power over something, and Cole MacGrath is a conduit who has powers over electricity, and with gangs growing in mpire city, he has to use his conduit powers to save the city. Along the way, he has to maintain a relationship, deal with betrayl and being heart broken multiple times, and has to fight his future self who goes back in time to prepare his past self to... you know what it's very complicated but I like storylines that are very complicated to understand. This game also is very unique with the karma system, a mechanic that make you good or evil depending on the things you do, and it will effect the storyline and types of electricity you use later on in the game. This game also screams darker themes, as there are multiple things in the game that makes it dark, such as gangs, post-apocalyptic-ness, murder, rape, and viruses, and every infamous game after this is made happier and brighter by a lot (though first light is kinda dark too). Also, this game seems to be a bit longer than Infamous 2 or second son, though that's just my opinion and 2/second son might actually be longer. Overall Infamous, and the rest of the series, is very unique, and it ranks at number 8.

      Number 7: Cave Story

      Now we're actually getting to the fantastic games on this list. Now with Cave Story, the game is actually, in my opinion, the best indie game of all time (unless you count number 5), and this game was a game completely made by one man, Pixel, and he made the sprites, coding, story, everything. This game I personally love because it combines a lot of classic NES and SNES games into one game, while giving a bunch of new innovations. This game was one of the very first, if not the first, examples of an indie game, as it showed it doesn't matter how many or who is maing a game, it can still be a great game. The game itself is fantastic, as it's sprites and 2D animations are great for graphics, and it's gameplay is very fun. The game may be a lot of trial and error (especially in hard mode, where one hit = basically a death), but it is very fun nonetheless. The game is a mix of Mega Man, Metroid, Ninja Gaiden, and Castlevania, except on a much larger scale and faster paced. And much harder too. The game is a 2D platformer/shooter, and it does a great job at both, and you are given the most insane of weapons throughout the game. The Game's story is probably the most or 2nd most complicated on the list, as there are multiple enemies with different purposes, a lot of lore, and lot of deaths (like if you cri evry tiem). In the game, you play as a robot named Quote, who has amnesia, and iss sent to a floating island to save the amiga race and stop the doctor. Overall the game is very hard and fun as a nice throwback to classics and ranks at number 7.

      Number 6: Super Mario Galaxy

      Now, I actually have played every main mario game except super mario 64, and even then, this will still probably be my favorite mario game. Yeah, Supr Mario Galaxy, im my opinion, perfected Mario platforming. The game is very fun for it's innovations and levels. The story is made to be a bit more complex than most other mario games. The game's planet/space physics are very innovative and fun, and the controls are very smooth that makes this game very easy and understandable to play. Also, while game does not give you any new moves or anything like that from beginning to end, yet there is a great feel of growth and satisfaction with the amount of power stars you get throughout the game, and the different types/variety of levels and power ups in the game gives the game a feeling that there's never a time where something feels recycled or used over and over again (something which Mario games usually have a bad job of doing). In Super Mario Galaxy, not only do you have to save Peach from bowser, but you also have to have to collect power stars and grand stars to power the comet observatory, the main hub world of the game, and you'll have help from Rosalina, the queen/pilot/whatever you call it of the comet observatory. The physics and controls of the game feels very smoothed out, and the game somehow captures the feeling of moving from planet to planet or having different types of gravity, and it feels very satisfactory too. Now. in case you were wondering, the only honorable mentions in best Marios games for me would be Galaxy 2, SMB3, and New Super Mario Bros.

      Number 5: Minecraft

      *Sigh* yes I like this game. Now, before you get mad about me putting this game high, just remember the only reason the game would be considered bad is because of the children fanbase, NOT the game itself. But anyways, when I found out about this game 2 years ago, my mind was blown about how big the game was and how much of a sand box it really was. The fact that you can pretty much do whatever you want in Minecraft, limited only by imagination, effort, internet, and how willing you are to get a mod in minecraft that you would risk getting a virus on your computer, but mostly imagination. The main point of the game is to mine, make a house, farm, mine, get all of the achievements, mine some more, craft, kill the ender dragon, and many, many more things. In the game you can do many things, even with just Vanilla, such as mine, kill living things, farm, make a house, and just a bunch of things you can do in real life, except there's a bit more illogical things in the game and you get some strange satisfaction from the things you do. Even just hearing a block break, you still have some strange satisfaction that is hard to find in other games. The amount of mods in the game is pretty much insane, and there's even mods that add whole types of items and mods and dozens different types of a lot of the blocks already in the game. The fanbase is a bit annoying sometimes (With the fanbase mostly filled with 8 and 9 year olds), but the amount of popularity the game has reached is insane, with many videos, songs, and series on youtube made just for that. In fact, minecraft is actually the 3rd best selling video game of all time, right behind Wii sports and Tetris. Even with a game like minecraft, with how simple it can be, it can still be very fun and very complex, and it ranks at number 5.

      Now, these next 4 games are the games I consider to be the "Top Tier" of my favorites. Any of the next 4 games can easily be number 1, but it truly depends on my mood at the time, so I am mostly going to place these next four not only order of mood/preference, but also based on how they mean't to me my whole life and how much they effected my life as a whole. Yes, that's how much I like these games. These games, whether you like them or not, are my favorite games of all time, and I consider them masterpieces.


      Number 4: Sonic Unleashed

      If you have seen my top ten favorite sonic games, then you probably saw this coming. Also, due to time constraints and laziness, I am decided to copy paste why I liked this game from that top ten. ?

      Now before I go on to say why I like this game, let me just ask you 3 questions: 1. Did you see this game coming? 2. Do you think this is one of the worst sonic games? 3. Doesn't the box art look extremely badass? Next, let's address the issues. Let me address the main complaints with this game. Yes, this game has lag, BUT ONLY FOR ONE LEVEL AND THAT'S ONLY FOR ADABAT DAY! Yes, this game had werehog levels which are basically beat'em ups, but I like those levels, and I'll explain why later. Yes, this game can be a little bit hard at times but if you're good at the game, it won't be as hard. Those are the all the complaints with this game.

      Ok, you see, this game is what I like to call the TRUE end of the dark ages of sonic, and is the best sonic game of all time. The first thing that got me to like this game was the main theme song, Endless Possibilities. Now, without a doubt, Endless Possiblities is the best sonic songs of all time, though City Escape, His world (Zebrahead version), and Reach For the Stars are close seconds. The Endless Possibilities is the song that can really get you happy and hyped for something, which is what it did for me. Now, the graphics were FANTASTIC for its time, and are still the best games graphically (Generations sarcificed graphics for frame rate and Lost World is very close). The graphics on the PS3/360 have great detail, especially for the werehog, and the PS2 version had great graphics for the PS2 system too. This game was also the first game to use the hedgehog engine, a new Sonic game physics engine which was made for the newer consoles and was technically the last thing Yuji Naka, the father of sonic, created before leaving Sega. The hedgehog engine allowed for better graphics to be displayed and beautiful backgrounds to be displayed too. This game was also first Main Series sonic game to utilize the boost. The only 2 other sonic games to use this were Riders and Secret Rings, though they weren't really popular. The boost functions like this: after defeating enemies or collecting rings, you fill up the boost meter which allows you to boost extremely fast while being able to kill enemies while in the boost. This replaced spin dash, and it was a nice alternative since you didn't need to charge it up for a while to use it. However, the biggest reason why I like this game the same reason any SEGA fan should like any sonic game: Speed. This game is WAY faster than any sonic game. Faster than Rush, advance, Generations, Colors, or Secret Rings. Because of its speed, this makes this game harder, fast paced, and feeling like a roller coaster. Another great thing about this game is that in the PS3/360 version, you can literally level up your stats. I am not joking. After you kill an enemy, you gain experience, which you use to put in a particular stat, as for day stages you can increase you speed and boost meter, and for werehog you can boost strength, hp, combos, shield, and unleashed form.

      Speaking of Werehog, this game tried to be innovative with beat'em up werehog sections. And it freaking worked. Now, I don't usually play beat'em ups that often, but this game's Werehog stages were great as they have huge, fun combos you can do and the werehog stages are a nice break from the fast paced Day stages, but that's my opinion. This game also has one of the best stories in all of sonic games, as the story gets kinda deep, but not too deep compared to 06. With a new character/sidekick in chip, this is sadly the only game he is in, as in the ending (SPOILER ALERT) he sacrifices himself to save sonic and the planet, and with the game as you learn more about him and start he's not as annoying as Omachao or Tails, you really do feel sad for the ending. The boss fights in this game are also pretty good, as since this game had platformer bosses and beat'em up bosses to work with, they got pretty good, though you do only get to fight Eggman's robots and Dark Gaia monsters, which, although are fun/slightly challenging to fight, there's not much else, as in no fights with any other types of monsters or other sonic characters, such as Shadow or Knuckles. This game, overall, is a masterpiece, and although it may not be my favorite game of all time, it is extremely close.


      Number 3: Pokemon Black and White

      Now this is by far one of the most underrated games of all time, and the best pokemon too. Now I am a huge fan of RPGs, and one of the biggest things a person would like about an RPG is story, and most other pokemon very lacking in that area (Bar B2W2, colleseum, xd gale of darkness, and the mystery dungeon games). Pokemon Black and White are also very great for the new pokemon in generation 5. Yes, while there are some pokemon people hate in Gen 5 *COUGH*stunfisk*COUGH*. But there are a bunch of original ideas that they never thought of before, such as Hydreigon, based off a hydra, Samurott, based on an otter, and, my favorite pokemon of all time, emboar, which is based off a pig and bacon, since it is literally cooked pig. In Pokemon Black and White, the story gets a bit more complex and very realistic, as the evil new team, Team Plasma, makes you think if pokemon battling is really just for fun and if all trainer in the pokemon-verse are really nice to their pokemon. In fact, a lot of people compare Team Plasma in pokemon to PETA irl. Pokemon Black and White also introduced many new things in pokemon battling itself, such as Triple Battles, Rotation Battles, and Dream World abilities, all of which gives pokemon battling a lot more possibilities itself. Now, something you may notice is that there is only the box art for pokemon white for the image. That's because while I haved played both games, I like Zekrom more than Reshiram, and White Forest more than Black City, though they still count as the same game. Pokemon Black and White also made a big graphical update over Gen 4, as while Gen 5 is also for the DS, there were still graphical improvements made, such the 3D buildings in the game felt a bit more 3D, the pokemon sprites were animated, and most of the animations for everything feels a bit more smoothed out and HD-ified. The only games that come close this are Pokemon XD Gale of Darkness, Pokemon B2W2, and Pokemon Red/Blue/Green, and if they made a 3ds/new 3ds remmake of Pokemon Red/Blue/Green, then that would probably be my favorite pokemon game (Mostly due to the fact that for some reason, I'm just not a fan of Firered/Leafgreen). Overall, Pokemon Black and White made a lot of innovations and improvements among pokemon games, and they still have a story that no other pokemon game can top, and this game ranks as my 3rd favorite game of all time.


      Number 2: Kingdom Hearts 2

      Seeing as though 2 of the DB blogs I've done so far are Kingdom Hearts related, and the fact that I've said that I am a huge fan of Kingdom Hearts, you probably saw this coming (unless this is thr first blog of mine that you've read, then you probably had no idea this game would be so high).

      Number 1: Project M














    • Death Analysis! The Singing, Pink, Balloon, Puffball, Pokemon!

      2 years ago

      nick6464

      Backround

      Name: Jigglypuff

      Height: 1'08"

      Weight: 12.1 lbs.

      Pokedex Number: 39

      Type: Normal/Fairy

      Jigglypuff, the balloon Pokemon, evolves from Igglybuff, and evolves into Wigglytuff. It is the 39th pokemon in the pokedex and from the region Kanto. Jigglypuff is known for being one of the most popular Pokeon in the franchise, appearing in the main games and Smash Bros. Jigglypuff is also known for its singing, being one of the only Pokemon to actually sing very well, not just using the move. In the pokedex entries for Jigglypuff, it is known for singing to put people to sleep, as nothing can avoid going to sleep if it hears it sing. However in one of the pokedex entries (Pokemon Ruby specifically) it can freely adjust the wavelength of its voice, as at the precise wavelength, it can make foes more drowsy than for a normal sleep. Jigglypuff is also very light and mallaeble. Because of this, she is able to float in the air for a very long time, which gives her great mobility. In the anime, Jigglypuff would get really mad a lot, mostly when people fell asleep when she sings.


      Base Stats

      Hp: 115
      Attack: 45
      Defense: 20
      Special Attack: 45
      Special Defense: 25
      Speed: 20

      Even for a middle evolved pokemon, its stats are very below average. It has frail defenses, a very slow speed, and passable offensive stats, for a mid-evolved pokemon. However, its true strength lies in its very high hp stat, which even for legendaries and fully evolved pokemon, it is very good. With its high hp, it makes its low defenses seem not that bad.

      Moves
      For those of you wondering, I will be using moves from level-up and Smash Bros.

      Sing

      Accuracy: 55
      Power: None
      Type: Normal
      Effect

      Jigglypuff's signature move, it can put anyone who hears it to sleep. In the main games the move itself has a very low accuracy, being very unreliable, and in smash it has a short distance, which can make sing useless.

      Pound

      Accuracy: 100
      Power: 40
      Type: Normal
      Physical

      Pound is a weak move that has no competitive use in the main games. In smash, when Jigglypuff uses this in the air, it makes her float in the air, and it has decent damage. It never misses.

      Defense Curl

      Accuracy: None
      Power: None
      Type: Normal
      Effect

      Defense Curl increases Jigglyouff's frail defense, and it increases damage of the move rollout.



      Rollout

      Accuracy: 90
      Power: 30
      Type: Rock
      Physical

      Rollout is a rock type move that is also very weak, but it hits most of the time and can be charged to be faster and more powerful. In fact, in smash, a maximum charged rollout is faster than Sonic, who, claimed by Death Battle, runs at 785 mph. If it hits more than once it becomes more powerful, and can be more powerful if the user uses defense curl.

      Double Slap

      Accuracy: 85
      Power: 15 - 75
      Type: Normal
      Physical

      Double Slap is a multi-hit move that can be hit 2-5 times, even though the move clearly says double slap. It can hit most of the time and can wombo combo foes.

      Double-Edge

      Accuracy: 100
      Power: 120
      Type: Normal
      Physical

      One of Jigglypuff's best moves, double edge is a move with high power and hits no matter what. However it has a huge flaw with that is has recoil, doing 25% of the damage done to the foe.

      Hyper Voice

      Accuracy: !00
      Power: 90
      Type: Normal
      Special

      One of the other sound-related attacks Jigglypuff has, it is one of the only special attacks Jigglypuff can learn naturally. It has no negative effects, kinda powerful, and always hits.

      Disarming Voice

      Accuracy: -
      Power: 40
      Type: Fairy
      Special

      Another sound based move, but fairy. It is weak, but hits no matter what, even with an accuracy drop.



      Rest

      Accuracy: -
      Power: ???
      Type: Normal
      Effect /Physical

      Rest is a move that completely heals Jigglypuff, but puts Jigglypuff to sleep, and she can only wake up from it after a few seconds or by getting hit. However in Smash Bros, it is one of the most powerful moves in the series. In Snakes Codec in Brawl it is said that when it sleeps from rest, there is "a huge build up energy in the center of its gravity". Now how much power it has in the main games if it were to hit is never confirmed in any of the main games. However, I was able to find out how much power it is by doing some math/calculations with smash and the main games by comparing it to pound:

      Pound's Power in Main Games = 40

      Pound's Damage in Smash 4 = 11%

      40 / 11 = 3.64 Power (Main Games) per Percent Damage (Smash)

      Rest's Damage in Smash 4 = 55% (20% initial hit, 35% from flower damage)

      3.64 * 55 = 200.2 Power (Main Games)

      While this is just a theory, it was the best way to find out how much power rest is in the main games. Nontheless, if rest were to hit, it would be extremely powerful, being the best move JIgglypuff. Plus, it heals.

      Puff Up

      Accuracy: -
      Power: None?
      Type: Normal
      Special

      JIgglypuff's final smash, Jigglypuff puffs up, becoming extremely larger than its normal size, while being invulnerable. It keeps sucking in air until it reaches its maximum size, and then bows out all te air, blowing all its enemies no matter what, while doing some slight actual damage (7%).

      Abilities

      Cute Charm
      When JIgglypuff is hit, there is a 30% chance that the opponent of the opposite gender will become infatuated, making it unable to attack.

      Competitive
      If any of Jigglypuff's stats decrease, then Jigglypuuf's special attack gets raised sharply.


      Type Effectiveness
      Jigglypuff is a Normal/Fairy type, so it resists Bug and Dark moves, is immune to Ghost and Dragon Moves, and is Weak to Steel and Poison moves.

      Conclusion

      Strengths

      • Wide Variety of Moves
      • Can increase Defense with Defenese Curl
      • High Hp
      • Can heal with Rest
      • Has Status Moves
      • Very good mobility due to mallaebility
      • Powerful Moves with Rest, Double Edge, Hyper Voice, and Rollout (with Defense Curl and max charged)
      • Resists Bug and Dark
      • Immune to Ghost and Dragon
      • WOMBO COMBO
      • Hungrybox's jigglypuff in melee is too strong

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      Weaknesses

      • Very frail defenses
      • Very below average attack stats
      • Rest can leave Jigglypuff vulnerable
      • Recoil damage with Double Edge
      • Very Slow Speed Stat
      • Weak to Poison and Steel



      Final Thoughts
      Overall, Jigglypuff is a pokemon that could very well be in a Death Battle. Now I tried looking for combatants for JIgglypuff, but...... there is literaly near nothing Jigglypuff could fight in a Death Battle. Kirby is a good idea but... he can crack a planet in half. The only combatant jigglypuff could fight ever in a Death Battle (that would be near evenly matched and fair) is:








      Ok, bear with me, but this is the ONLY combatant that is similar to jigglypuff enough in terms of Physicality and Similarities. They are both good female singers that can have a huge temper when singing. I have done a tiny bit of research on hatsune miku (mostly thanks to my best freind IRL being a vocaloid fan), and hatsune miku is a bit tougher than she looks, but not incredibly strong, just like jigglypuff. If Jigglypuff vs Hatsune Miku ever happens (as a fight or a sing-off) it would be such a hilarious joke fight for the show, espacially considering who is in it. 






      That is all for my blog which I hope you liked. I am sorry if there was not much info, but Jigglypuff lacked source material Death-Battle wise, especially considering what Jigglypuff actually is: a singing, pink, balloon, pokemon. That is all and I'll see you next time.
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    • Top Ten Favorite Sonic The Hedgehog Games!

      2 years ago

      nick6464

      Number 10: Sonic and the Black Knight

      Well, this weird way to start off a top ten. Yes, by far one of the most underrated sonic games, Black Night ranks at number 10. Now, the reason I like this game is for the 2 main things this game did: 1. This game took what Sonic and the Secret Rings (which was meh) had and extremely improved on it 2. It brought an innovation that was actaully a good idea: a sword. Now, unlike most 3D sonic games, where you are just running around boosting your way through with platforming, Sonic and the Black Knight takes away a bit of the platforming and replaces for more combat, which ended up being a good idea. The sword is very easy to use, and unlike Secret Rings where the controls were insane crap, Black Knight way more smooth. With the sword, you use it as your way of attacking enemies instead of boosting, spin dashing, or using a homing attack. Not only do you just slash your enemies with it, but you also use it with the homing attack for a slashing-homing attack combination that slices through enemies like butter. Now using the sword wasn't the only good thing the game had. Black Knight also had a story better than most Sonic games, including a plot twist, a very good soundtrack, good but very few boss fights, and also you could use other characters later on in the game, with each of them controlling very well while and having their own sword styles. Now this game does have its flaws too. Now the main flaw of this game is that it is too combat based. Yes, games can have that. Black Knight really just focused too much on combat and barely focused on platforming. Also, this game, imo, seems a bit slower than most other 3D sonic games, such as the Adventure games, Lost World, and ironically, even Secret Rings. There is only a few moments in the game where you can just relax and feel a burst of speed, and even, when you do, there is probably some enemy which you have to slow down and hack slash. But, even then, this game is still very good and ranks at number 10.

      Number 9: Sonic Adventure

      The only game on this list that I have not finished (don't ask why) this is no surprise. This game was pretty much the game that made the Dreamcast. Yeah, forget for your freaking Jet Set Radio, your freaking shenmue, or your freaking billy hatcher, Sonic Adventure is what defined the Sega Dreamcast. Now this game was the first 3D sonic game, and just like every other video game franchise transitioning from 2D to 3D, this game was a success. Now this game brought a lot of innovations besides being 3D. This game had the first "true" storyline of all sonic games, and it had a lot of playable characters too. First, you have Sonic, who is just like you would expect to control like, with his stages being fast paced and relying on a lot platforming too, with his spin dash which gives him a burst of speed depending on how long you charge it, and a homing attack, which you literally home in on your enemy and use your. You have Tails, who is just like Sonic but he can fly for a limited amount of time. You have Knuckles, who has treasure hunting stages where he has to find three pieces of the master emerald, using a radar that shows how close you are to the master emerald. Then you have Amy, where in her stages you have to get to the end of the stage without getting captured by a robot by eggman, using your hammer to slow him down. Then you have Gamma's stages, where you have to get to the end without the time running out and while shooting enemies to gain more time. And then you have Big's stages where you have to..... fish. Yeah Big's suck ass, though luckily you can complete his story in less then an hour. But the different types of stories and gameplay are a nice to balance from Sonic's speedy stages. The story is also interesting too, with the main villain being Chaos, a being that came from the Master Emerald and with eggman feeding it chaos emeralds so it can get stronger and stronger. Overall, this game is pretty great and ranks at number 9. Also, brace yourselves because you are all about to get mad at me for the next game.


      Number 8: Shadow The Hedgehog

      Ok, this is by far the most underrated Sonic game of all time. Yes, I enjoy this game. Yes, I am aware of all the memes with Shadow being edgy and being paired with Shrek. YES, this is 8th favorite Sonic game. Now, back in 2001-2002 when Soncis Adventure 2 was released, Shadow became an instant fan favorite, and since Sonic Heroes revived Shadow, the fans liked Shadow even more, espacially since Shadow's personality was more shown with the game. So, since Sega wanted to take advantage of the popularity and make this game. No when this game was first released, there was some controversy, mostly revolving around the swearing, guns, and extremely dark story, and many fans compared this game to other games such as GTA or Call of Duty. But still, I love this game a lot. The gameplay mainly involves Shadow going through the game using various guns and vehicles throughout the game. In the game, you team up with other Sonic characters, or black doom, a new character. To finish the stage, you have to do 1 of the 3 objectives to end the stage: Hero, Neutral, or Dark. Depending on which goal you fufill, the next stage will go to will be different, and there are multiple endings depending on which objectivess you did. There various objectives and stages gives this game a lot of replay value, as although there are a few goals that are very difficult, the game is still very fun. Now the big complaint with this game, guns and weapons, aren't really much of a problem to me. Although I don't play much fps games, I still have a lot of satisfaction from using the guns. You still have everything else you would have in most other 3D sonic games. You have your spin dash and your homing attack, and the controls still feel like a normal 3D sonic game. Now while you are a doing a stage, depending on what you do, such as kill a soldier or aliens, there will be 2 different gauges that you fill that will allow you to do other abilities. If you do good things, such as kill aliens or not kill any GUN soldier your hero gauge wil be filled and you'll be able to use Chaos Control, which makes you advance much farther in the stage. If you do bad things, such as kill GUN soldier, then your dark gauge will fill and you'll be able to use Chaos blast multiple times, which is a giant explosion that will kill enemies nearby. Now the boss fights in this game are fun too, with a lot of variation instead of just Eggman robots or something. Now, the only complaint I have for this game is that the controls are very slippery. Now you do get used to this sometimes, and this game DID use sonic heroes' physics engine, but it just makes Shadow look like he's using ice skates instead of rocket skates. But yeah, there's not much else to say, but this game ranks at number 8.


      Number 7: Sonic CD

      Ok, now in terms of how good this game is with critics and sonic fans, this game is either considered one of the better/best sonic games, or the black sheep of the genesis games, or both, or neither. Yeah, inconsistent. But personally, I think this is better than Sonic the hedgehog 1, Sonic the hedgehog 3, and Sonic & Knuckles. This game was actually supposed to be one game with Sonic 2, but since the there were too many ideas and conflicts with the developers, the developent team split into 2, with one team developing Sonic 2, the other working on this game. Now, unlike all the other games on this list, I actually played this game a bit more recently (granted it was on ios, so better quality + you could play as tails too). Now, this game was definitely the most innovative of the genesis games. Now you have all of your usual sonic moves and tricks as the other genesis games, like your spin dash and jump (obviously). However, in this game, by pressing up on the D-pad (or analog stick depending on what console/system you are using) and hold jump, you will charge the super peel out move, which Sonic moves much faster than the spin dash. However, the super peel out doesn't have a hitbox to damage foes, so meaning you'll barely be able to use it for long distances because enemies will damage you. The biggest innovation this game is time travel. While it isn't full on back to the future time travel, it is still good. You see, in a level, there will be posts that say future or past. If you touch them, then you'll be able to go to the past or future, by being really fast long to time travel. Now there's the past, the bad future, and the good future. The past is hard to explain, but most of the time there's less technology and more plants. The bad future is given to you when you don't fufill the requirements to go to the good future, which is usually defeating a certain amounts of enemies. The bad future has a more apocalyptic look and has more enemies. The good future is the opposite of the bad future, and there is less (or none) enemies, and there is more life and had a brighter look somehow. Most of the hate this game gets comes from its special stages. Now personally I don't have much problems with the special stages, aside from how the camera view is. However, I don't really like how when you travel to the past or future, you have to maintain speed for a few second. Now, that wouldn't be so bad except that aside from the first couple stages, there's barely any paths long enough to maintain enough speed to time travel, though there are a few loop holes, such as being between 2 springs on the ground or momentum being carried through the air. Overall, this game is very underrated, and I rank this as number 7.

      Number 6: Sonic Riders

      And now we have another game you're all gonna hate me for for putting on this list. Don't worry, number 5 to number 2 will make up for it. Now this is the only spin off game on this list (unless black night counts), and personally, I think this gets more hate than it deserves. Now during the year 2006, the year of horrible sonic games (such as Sonic 06 and Sonic the hedgehog genesis for the GBA). Although I haven't played Sonic rivals, a sonic game also released during 2006, I still consider this game as the redeeming quality of 2006 for sonic games. Now this sonic game is actually a racing game, with a lot of originality with hover boards, and unlike Mario Kart games, this game, along with Zero Gravity and Free Riders, actually has a story. Now yes, I am calling this game a better game than Sonic and sega all stars racing and all starts racing transformed, as even though they did have wifi capabilities, I think Sonic Riders is better in almost evry other way. The story mode for Sonic Riders actually was pretty good, as they were good, but not too complicated or complex. This game also introduces new characters in Jet the Hawk, Wave the Swallow, and Storm the Albatross, the babylon rouges. In this game, the racing physics are actually quite smooth, and definitely improved from Sonic R, the sonic racing game that came before this, and this game actually has a bunch of Sonic character that you get to use, such as Sonic, Tail, Knuckles, Shadow, Cream, Eggman, and some other characters from Sega franchises, such Nights and Simba De Amigo. The gameplay of this sonic game is like most other racing games, except you get to use Hover Boards, Jet Boots, and Hover Bikes. The music and sountrack is pretty good too, and with 12+ racing tracks (can't remember how many exactly) and with a bunch of characters to play as, this game will make it worth it. Now the big thing I don't like about this game is that a lot of people won't buy this game just for its story or racing mechanics, and will be overshadowed by the new sonic racing games, but will still hold a place in my heart for my childhood memories, and ranks at number 6.

      Number 5: Sonic the Hedgehog 2

      Now you're not gonna hate me as much for this top ten list. Now this game is without a doubt, and agreed by many, to be the best genesis sonic game of all time, and hell some people ranks this as the best sonic game of all time (I'm looking at you Watchmojo and Gamespot), and for good reason. This game took what the first sonic game had, and perfected it at its finest. This game had most of the same physics as the original, but added something that would be a staple for sonic games to come: the spin dash. The spin dash allows to you to charge up and gain a boost of speed, and would go on to be in every sonic game until, ironically, Sonic 06, replaced with the boost in later games (though Sonic 4 and Sonic generations' classic stages had the spin dash). This game also introduced tails, a fox who had the ability to fly, and with sonic & knuckles and ios versions, you could play as knuckles and tails too. This game had great level design, with very original stages. This game has a lot of replay value to it, and probably more than the other games I like too. This game is loved by many sonic fans, as although some people may like sonic 3 & knuckles more than this game, most fans will say this is the best genesis sonic game, and hell even the best 2D sonic game, and very few call this the best sonic game of all time, though not as much as SA2 and Generations. Now, does this game have any flaws? No, not really, and most of the flaws this game would have is generally forgotten because this is a genesis game and was released in 1991. There's not really much else to say about this game. OH WAIT, every game from here onwards is gonna be a 3D sonic game and I consider these next 4 games to be the "top tier" of my favorite sonic games, which means that they may be a bit close in terms of how good they are, but no other sonic game really comes close.

      Number 4: Sonic Generations

      Ok, you all saw this coming, admit it. This game is without a doubt one of the best anniversary games of all time, as this game celebrated 20 years of sonic and included many, many memorable levels. Now with the huge success of Sonic Colors, Sega wanted to continue with the same formula and gameplay as Colors. Of course, at the same time, with Sonic's 20th birthday coming, they also needed to make this game fantastic, and they delivered. The gameplay is split into 2 types: Modern and Classic. The Modern stages are pretty much like Colors/Unleashed. You have very fast gameplay, very good 3D sections, a boost, and great graphics. The Modern physics have been smoothed out and given a few new tiny changes/additions, such as a drift that is a spin dash and gives you more boost in your boost meter. The Classic stages are like the good ol' genesis games, but given an HD look and even more smoothed out. You still have the physics of the genesis games, with a few tiny additions, and the gameplay feels very nostalgic, while still feeling new with all the power ups like the shields. Oh yeah there's power ups in this games. You see, by using the score you get after finsishing a stage, you get points that you get to use  to buy power ups for either Sonic, such as a speedy start and longer boosts for modern sonic, and a fire shield and lightning shield for classic sonic. Now, this game was a great way to celebrate 20 years of sonic, as the stages in the game, while just rehashes of past stages from past games, it really just HDifies the past levels while making them better, with my personal favorite stages being modern chemical plant, both city escapes, modern sky sanctuary, classic green hill zone, modern seaside hill, both rooftop runs, and modern planet wisp. The bosses in this game are also pretty good, as I love them all very much, with my favorites being death egg robot, egg dragoon, metal sonic, and perfect chaos. The story is a best meh but original, as modern eggman teams up with classic robotnik to destroy/conquer all of reality while modern Sonic and classic Sonic team up to defeat them. Yeah, original, but nowhere near as in depth as 06, adventures 1 & 2, or unleashed, which makes story the only real big flaw of this game. So yeah, Sonic Generations ranks at number 4.

      Number 3: Sonic Adventure 2

      And now you're all gonna hate me for not putting this number 1, yay. But seriously, while Generations celebrated Sonic's 20th birthday by giving us basically a Sonic anniversary game, Sonic Adventure 2 celebrated Sonic 10th birthday by giving us something very new, original, and innovative. This game introduced many, many new things to the sonic universe, with the main thing being the new character shadow, one of, if not the, favorite video game characters of all time, which is why Shadow vs Vegeta is one of my lesser liked death battles of all time :). We also got another new character in rouge, but only furries and perverts care abou her. This game took what Sonic adventure 1 had, but made it a million times better, as most of the gameplay is similar to the first adventure game. The game is divided into 2 sides, Hero and Dark, with each side having their own 3 characters which you play as and have different types of gameplay with. You have your usual Sonic and Shadow, where you speed through the stages while also spin dashing, homing attacking, grinding, and platforming through the stages. You have your platforming, gun stages with tails and eggman whee you run through and blast all the enemies you see while shooting as many enemies as possible to get better combos and better score, and instead of rings for health you have a healthbar which you can regenerate by collecting rings. You have your treasure hunting stages with knuckles and rouge where have to find the pieces of the master emerald by using a radar, except you have to find them in order as the radar only detects one emerald piece at a time, but you still have everything else such as gliding and digging. The story is that sonic is confused with shadow as a criminal and he has to clear his name, while eggman is searching for all the chaos emeralds to power the space colony ark to destroy the earth with tails trying to stop him, while rouge wants all the world's gems and knuckles has to find all the pieces of the master emerald to repair it. The gameplay in general feels perfected somehow compared to SA1, with the speed stages feeling faster somehow and not as slippery in comparison. This game is also very notable for its fantastic soundtrack, as some of the great songs in this game include Live and Learn, City Escape theme, Pumpkin hill theme, and many, many more songs, as the type of music actually changes with each character you're using. So, in general, this game pretty much celebrated sonic's 10th birthday in a great way (especially with the hidden green hill zone stage if you get all 180 emblems), and ranks at number 3.

      Number 2: Sonic Colors

      So after putting SA2, it's hard to hink what I could possibly like more than that game. And, since Colors ranks at number 2, you probably know what number 1 is since you know where I'm going with this list, but then again you could just scroll down a tiny bit and then you would know. But other games aside, yes I do like Colors, A LOT. Sonic Colors is considered the game that ended the dark ages of the Sonic games (which I call total bullshit on), as after Sonic 06, sonic games didn't have the same greatness as the games before it, as Sonic Colors came in and ended the dark ages for many more great games to come, such as Generations, Sonic 4 episode 2, and Lost World. This time around when SEGA decided to make this game they were like "Screw this, no more gimmicks, we will make a better sonic games since only extremely cool kids will like our gimmicks". But jokes aside this game had many great things that went wrong with the past games. For starters, while it is on a wii, Sonic Colors actually didn't have as bad of controls compared to sonic and the secret rings, and while it wasn't on the PS3 or 360, so it didn't have as good graphics as Unleashed/06, it still held up to modern standards. Like I mentioned earlier, this game has no true gimmicks, however it technically still has a gimmick with the wisps. The wisps are an alien species which act as power ups in this game which you can use them for different abilities. The boost wisp increases how much boost you have, the laser wisp literally transforms you into a giant laser as you blast through the sky, the drill wisp allows you you to drill through the ground and water very fast with slippery controls, the spikes wisp allows you too cling to walls/roofs as you roll into a ball, and there are many more wisps with different abilities. Now, there are SO MANY other things I can so about this game, but most of those things are the same things why I like number 1, so I'll save that for number.

      Now, before we get to number 1, I would just like to say that the only honorable mentions for this list are the advance games and rush games which I liked very much for their roller coaster type feel, but theyr were a tad bit easy.

      Now, here's NUMBAH 1!

      Number 1: Sonic Unleashed

      Now before I go on to say why I like this game, let me just ask you 3 questions: 1. Did you s this game coming? 2. Do you think this is one of the worst sonic games? 3. Doesn't the box art look extremely badass? Next, let's address the issues. Let me address the main complaints with this game. Yes, this game has lag, BUT ONLY FOR ONE LEVEL AND THAT'S ONLY FOR ADABAT DAY! Yes, this game had werehog levels which are basically beat'em ups, but I like those levels, and I'll explain why later. Yes, this game can be a little bit hard at times but if you're good at the game, it won't be as hard. Those are the all the complaints with this game.

      Ok, you see, this game is what I like to call the TRUE end of the dark ages of sonic, and is the best sonic game of all time. The first thing that got me to like this game was the main theme song, Endless Possibilities. Now, without a doubt, Endless Possiblities is the best sonic songs of all time, though City Escape, His world (Zebrahead version), and Reach For the Stars are close seconds. The Endless Possibilities is the song that can really get you happy and hyped for something, which is what it did for me. Now, the graphics were FANTASTIC for its time, and are still the best games graphically (Generations sarcificed graphics for frame rate and Lost World is very close). The graphics on the PS3/360 have great detail, especially for the werehog, and the PS2 version had great graphics for the PS2 system too. This game was also the first game to use the hedgehog engine, a new Sonic game physics engine which was made for the newer consoles and was technically the last thing Yuji Naka, the father of sonic, created before leaving Sega. The hedgehog engine allowed for better graphics to be displayed and beautiful backgrounds to be displayed too. This game was also first Main Series sonic game to utilize the boost. The only 2 other sonic games to use this were Riders and Secret Rings, though they weren't really popular. The boost functions like this: after defeating enemies or collecting rings, you fill up the boost meter which allows you to boost extremely fast while being able to kill enemies while in the boost. This replaced spin dash, and it was a nice alternative since you didn't need to charge it up for a while to use it. However, the biggest reason why I like this game the same reason any SEGA fan should like any sonic game: Speed. This game is WAY faster than any sonic game. Faster than Rush, advance, Generations, Colors, or Secret Rings. Because of its speed, this makes this game harder, fast paced, and feeling like a roller coaster. Another great thing about this game is that in the PS3/360 version, you can literally level up your stats. I am not joking. After you kill an enemy, you gain experience, which you use to put in a particular stat, as for day stages you can increase you speed and boost meter, and for werehog you can boost strength, hp, combos, shield, and unleashed form. 

      Speaking of Werehog, this game tried to be innovative with beat'em up werehog sections. And it freaking worked. Now, I don't usually play beat'em ups that often, but this game's Werehog stages were great as they have huge, fun combos you can do and the werehog stages are a nice break from the fast paced Day stages, but that's my opinion. This game also has one of the best stories in all of sonic games, as the story gets kinda deep, but not too deep compared to 06. With a new character/sidekick in chip, this is sadly the only game he is in, as in the ending (SPOILER ALERT) he sacrifices himself to save sonic and the planet, and with the game as you learn more about him and start he's not as annoying as Omachao or Tails, you really do feel sad for the ending. The boss fights in this game are also pretty good, as since this game had platformer bosses and beat'em up bosses to work with, they got pretty good, though you do only get to fight Eggman's robots and Dark Gaia monsters, which, although are fun/slightly challenging to fight, there's not much else, as in no fights with any other types of monsters or other sonic characters, such as Shadow or Knuckles. This game, overall, is a masterpiece, and although it may not be my favorite game of all time, it is extremely close.


      Anyways, that was my list which I hoped you enjoy. Now there was some weird choices on this list, but this was my opinion and my opinion only, and if you thought this list was weird, you haven't even seen my Top ten favorite Pokemon games or Top Ten favorite video games of all time which I will hoepfully finish within the next 2 weeks. Now although this may be the month of top tens, I just want to say that I will still do top tens after this month, as maybe for my blog schedule will be a top ten every 2-3 Death Battles blogs I'll do, or something like that. 

      Also, after this month of top tens, I will do a Death Battle Prediction Blog that I thought a couple months ago which I thought and I thought it would be a nice suggestion, and if you want know what it is, I'll give you 3 hints:
      1. It's between 2 sonic characters
      2. It will get Creepy

      3. CAN YOU FEEL THE SUNSHINE! IT'S GONNA BE A BRIGHTER DAY!

      If you still can't guess what it is, I will give you a full anouncement at the end of my Top Ten Favorite Video Games of All Time, and it will be a great blog.
       

  • About Me

    Hello, I am nick64_64, or nick for short. I am a huge fan a Death Battle, being the best internet show, and I make blogs relating to Death Battle. I also love video games, with my favorite genres being RPGs and Platformers. I love Pokemon, Kingdom Hearts, Sonic, Infamous, Final Fantasy, and generally anything that's Nintendo/Sony. Most importantly, I am a huge competitive player in the Super Smash Bros series, mostly playing Melee, Project M, and Smash 4, and being very good in all games, and I am potentially the best Smash Bros player on the site.

  • Comments (5)

    • Grand-Blazer

      1 year ago

      I approve this avatar change

    • TheAncientOne

      1 year ago

      Hello Nick6464, if your reading this, I should mention to you that I have finished up my 2nd Death Battle Fanon script... Sir Arthur from Ghosts 'n Goblins vs Kuros from Wizards & Warriors as seen here: http://screwattack.com/post/51260415


      I've also notice people are actually loving the idea back on Death Battle Fanon, they are just eating it up like hotcakes.

    • nick6464

      1 year ago

      Well, for now, I have to sleep. But eventually, I'll try to see what I can do with the journal system here and see how useful it is for DB blogs

      • Kyouma95

        1 year ago

        So far it seems like an easier interface to use but I am not sure if I can get that many people to see it since there is not really a Screwattack equivalent system. It also transferred my blog a little wonky. Oh well, I am in the process of making a DB blog myself so we'll see how it works ou

    • nick6464

      1 year ago

      Well I just got here. I came from screwattack. Now I'm still getting used to the site, but where the hell are my blogs? And where are all of my subs/subscriptions to others? Is it all gone now

  • Questions answered by nick6464

    Sorry GB, I haven't used this site in months lol (I've kinda lost interest in Death Battle and making blogs as a whole), but yes I do indeed have a discord: Nick Memes#6694