Did you ever have a 360? If so, look into buying a Pro Controller if you ever get a Wii U. Pro controllers feel just like the 360 controllers only lighter and with a good D-Pad and pretty good battery life. They're a bit expensive but they're definitely worth it if you can't handle using a Classic Controller.Monkey wrote:3DS at least. I'm hesitant to upgrade to a Wii-U, since I'd have to hang onto the Wii if I wanted to play Brawl with a GC controller (I still play all three Smash games).
Yeah I'm retired on Brawl too. It was fun for a while but after I had to quit the online scene due to school internet being awful I just stopped playing. If anyone ever wants to play I usually turn 'em down just because I'm not interested now that the hype for new Smash has come.Drevin wrote:Brawl has been retired for me personally, I've got my GCN hooked up for Melee. Doubt Melee will ever go away, but here's hoping 4 can deliver.
Some of the more public ones you could join immediately because they were on a list but yeah the more private ones required a code. It was a little annoying but you didn't have to wait for another person to add you back and you only had to enter it once so it was essentially like an invite only kind of system. I would prefer if it were names instead of numbers but it was a minor inconvenience especially since I only entered two communities in my MK7 career.Drevin wrote:Yeah, although I hope it's really easy to share/join communities. From what I recall, you needed a friend code (ugh) to join/find one in MK7.
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