good wi-fi, rpg, fighting games

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Jul 14, 2008
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    is there any good wi-fi/rpg/fighting games that are quite long? (something like ninja gaiden for fighting, zelda for rpg, mario kart for wi-fi)
     
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    FFCC is pretty long
     
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    the only fighting game that ii know, which is good, is bleach
    there isn't much "long" games for wifi, maybe you could wait for maple sotry and try it out, i think it was going to be released in setember
     
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    Bleach fighting games suck tons of balls compared to Jump Ultimate Stars.
     
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    I haven't played much JUS, but Bleach games aren't half bad. They're one of the best DS fighting games available.

    Unfortunately, there really isn't a fighting game for the DS, that's really good enough as the console fighting games.
     
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    Jump Ultimate Stars is a good fighting game. [​IMG]
     
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    I believe the only wifi RPG (not stupid or highly-limited features like moogle sharing / pokemon battling, but actual RPG adventuring over wifi) is Dungeon Explorer. It's not so amazing, but it does the Diablo clone thing competently, at least. And it has the advantage of having no competition at all in terms of wifi play.
     
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    i think
    COD4 ^^
    although it's not rpg fighting games
     
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    Stay on topic please. He didn't ask for a Shooter.

    On topic:
    Here's what i recommend-
    Wi-fi: Well, i don't really understand the term "Good Wi-fi".
    RPG: Most Final Fantasy games.
    Fighting Games: Jump! Ultimate Stars.

    But, if you want all in one game:
    Wi-fi, RPG, Fighting Game: Pokemon Diamond/Pearl. I said it =P But that's all that match's your request.
     
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    What the hell? Bleach better than JUS or even close? HIGHLY UNLIKELY!

    Jump Ultimate Stars is definitely worthy of a console port if it had jazzed up graphics and a bigger player base, plus some changes in style perhaps.

    You have to realize that J!US is more than a fighting game, it's also collection in fitting up your deck, it has TONNNS of fighters to choose f or (way more than bleach BY FAR) [300 something?] and it has a nice system mix of fighting characters, support characters, and just helper characters.

    The WiFi on the game is pretty smooth as well, despite the fact that most of the people are halfway across the world, and it also is quite smooth adhoc, and has not much of a problem with download play.

    Now, although this thread isn't targetting adhoc or download, bleach is horrific on download and only sbupar decent on adhoc.
     

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