SSBB - BEAT FRIEND CODES!!

Discussion in 'Wii - Console and Game Discussions' started by lhnguyen, Jan 31, 2008.

  1. lhnguyen
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    I was lurking the forums when I ran across a post from Omnigamer. Actually, it wasn't his post that caught my eye, but his sig. It had a link to www.wifiwars.com.

    Ever since Brawl was announced and was said to be Wifi compatible, I was so excited about online COMPETITIVE smashing. Since then, it's become obvious that Nintendo didn't share my dream. Brawl's online is said to be completely casual-centric. You go online, and you play against 3 random people without any usernames or win-loss records to speak of (so don't even think about rankings). What I especially love is, if any of those anonymous people disconnect, they are replaced seamlessly (without you knowing) by a computer player.

    For all you know, you can be facing off against 3 computer players!!! What's the point of this online mode???

    Anyway, wifiwars seems to be the solution to that. Their smash league based on friend codes launches when smash goes live in NA. Give the site a look over, and join if you think it's a good idea.

    Please leave your comments including better alternatives or different communities in this thread.
     
  2. shadowboy

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    GBATEMP wifi league is better.

    At least in my opinion [​IMG]
     
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    I wasn't aware there was a wifi league here. Have a link to a certain thread or anything?
     
  4. Anakir

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    Canada.
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    True, nintendo's online is same as playing agaisnt cpu.
     
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