Patrick Star a little sucks in nickelodeon all
Competitive players from Smash Bros. closely monitor the next range of characters for Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl, who officially reached the store shelves from today. And they have good reasons: their game of choice has just released its last wave of DLC, which means they will need something to fill the classic content vacuum by the next launch of the Title Smash Bros. Since they are now able to gain a practical experience with the game systems and the list of characters, it is quite natural to start classifying things in this must-have competitive combat games: the list of levels. Specificities vary (for obvious reasons, the game has just released today after all), but general trends begin to emerge.
Two representatives of Avatar (Aang and Korra) are both ranked high enough, april o’Niel having a particularly powerful performance. But the beloved Patrick star of the reputation Spongebob SquarePants does not pass as good – it reaches the bottom of almost all the lists of available levels.
Platform fighters are a space where speed is queen – it is largely why characters like Fox are so emblematic from the competitive scene of Smash Bros., and why Meta Knight so much distorts the format in Smash Bros. Brawl. And likewise, being able to react quickly with movements that damage when you tap the fun game buttons is universally important in the genre of combat games. These departments seem to be what is missing most in Patrick, and the players were quick to notice these gaps.
“[Patrick] did not seem to have anything crazy at all. Said Armada, in his video classifying the casting of the game. “It is very slow, seemed to have the worst punishments of the match. This is normally a bad sign: slow and bad punishments. This opinion was shared by the community as a whole, with the Hungrybox and Leffen lists who have also joined.
But all hope is not lost for the fans of the adorable pink piece – a complete analysis of something as complex as a combat game probably does not exist on the first day, so these impressions are very likely to change with time. But a difficult battle is much harder to win, and Patrick has a sacred rise before being able to reach the top – even if it has what it takes.