It's a good start...
... but's there's PLENTY of room for improvement.
First of all, the audio is laggy, repetitive, and low quality. Might I suggest using better audio resources or cleaning it up yourself. Secondly, the animation itself is great, but too many times the transitions get a bit choppy. Add in some more frames to make it more fluid, and you'll do fine. Third, when the get into those "mini-fights" (the ones when they're in each others' faces) they use the same moves over and over, which detracts some of the essence from that brawling-experience that we love ever-so much...
Besides those slip-ups, you're doing okay so far.
For giving an exceptional work-in-progress that contains some good potential.
Sorry about the audio...you see the thing was that i lost the FLA and i only had the SWF sop i decompiled it and when i didthat the sounds got messed up and i didnt know
I prefer using a blow dryer.
ANYWAY, great job on this. The animation was smooth, and the calm music was a nice touch. I just feel sorry for the poor guy...
The paper towel guy, anyway.
A new hero must rise...
To get their ass kicked by Ness.
Awesome job, but some of the matches were a bit ridculously one-sided in Ness' favor (ahem- Hamtaro), but the effects were good an all. It sort of got repetitive, 'till the end of course. :)
"but some of the matches were a bit ridculously one-sided" I think you missed the point entirely.
Awesome job on this!
With just one button, uou've created one of the greatest games ever.
CAUTION: SPOILER AHEAD!
This game... it shows the fragileness and awkwardness of time. It also includes hopping through different realities and perspectives. This game is a great exercise and test for your observations, your ability to create your own solution to a puzzle, your self-confidence, and your sense of trust. Without those attributes, it is impossible to suceed.
The game was well-thought, and it left me thinking, "Because of Steven, he had created a world without physical law; he made his own form of hell, and he wanted to see who was capable of releasing him, one way or another."
In the end, Steven became a good boy (GOOD ENDING) and after merging with himself, he had finally escaped. But time had corrupted his soul and he knew that his past selves needed to be saved and enlightened. Of course, he wouldn't want to go BACK into his mentally-deranged prison, so Steve sent the next best person. HIMSELF. After Steve shoved himself into the box, he left to finally relax and be at peace. Little did he know that he had doomed himself to an endless loop of trials and tribulation...
I can listen to this for hours...
...and I probably will. This song is hilariously great, and I can tell that you based your lyrics off of the games' content rather than just its genre. My only nitpick is that there were times where I couldn't understand the lyrics (at the ending) and you didn't mention a single thing about Metal Sonic, the harbinger of all f-bombs in this game.
But those cannot detract from the fact that this is indeed a kickass song. Great work, buddy.
Thanks a lot, A-A! I didn't get metal sonic in here because, quite honestly, it had been a while since I played the game. But overall, glad ya liked!
As for the ending, I may re-record parts of these to make them more
understandable, as well as put subtitles on them with gameplay footage (for YouTube).
Well, glad ya liked, tune in for more!
This song is full of EPIC WIN.
I can't even imagine how he has sex...
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