- Sep 8, 2021
This seems to be it:
Finn plays like Coin Battle (think like Steve in Smash, where he needs resources in a way)
- Shaggy is literally based entirely on Ultra Instinct Shaggy
- No sign of Morty in Rick's moveset
- No sign of Big Chungus in Bugs's moveset
- Garnet from Steven Universe and Arya from Game of Thrones are in [This is extremely significant as it confirms that different playtesters had different, incomplete rosters. This explains how the Reddit leak, hbox photo leak, and now this guy know about characters the others don't.
- Bat Cave, Finn's Treehouse, and Schwifty Planet are stages. They have multiple variants, but that's likely the devs just testing which one they want.
- Every alt is a full costume. Since the game is a WIP, some characters have multiple alts and some have none. The alts he saw include Pickle Rick, OG Harley, Bizarro Superman, Cake (female cat Jake), Pirate Tom & Jerry, Gentleman Shaggy. VAs change for alts
- It's %-based, like Smash, if that wasn't already obvious.
- Rick is projectile-heavy, and uses his portal gun, leaving portals that allies can go through, but not enemies. Also has an AoE attack that turns you into a helpless baby version of the OC.
- Tom and Jerry is more like Rosalina & Luma, with Jerry being Luma, except Jerry can't be hurt. Stuff like an attack where Tom swings a tennis racket and Jerry is the ball.
- OC is named Rein maybe
How long ago was that sony one? Its like after it tried and failed no one wanted to try until brawlhalla.
Fortnite paved the way and popularized IP mashups, connected universe, multiverses or whatever you wanna call 'em. So now you have Pickle Rick in Siege.
Smash clones have existed since at least the early 2000s, the most significant titles from that era are probably DreamMix TV World Fighters, Jump Superstars and Battle Stadium D.O.N.
Most early smash clones missed the entire point because they used health instead of % based knock back system. Which made them closed to Power stone instead of smash.Smash clones have existed since at least the early 2000s, the most significant titles from that era are probably DreamMix TV World Fighters, Jump Superstars and Battle Stadium D.O.N.
Warner owns Cartoon Network/Adult Swim. Warner owns a lot more than people seem to think. Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, DC, HBO, TNT, TBS list goes on.