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So, why do you play?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Gibraltor, Dec 4, 2017.

  1. Gibraltor

    Gibraltor Active Member

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    Boobs are the plot, the bonus, the bread, and the butter. This game be about bouncing boobies boys!
     
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  2. LemonTea27

    LemonTea27 New Member

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    i play mobile because i am tired of getting combo'd to death all the time at quick play console.

    also like... rule 34 is a thing dude. if ur that desperate for boobs google images is ur friend...
    skullgirls boobs are the icing on the cake, not the cake itself.
     
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  3. Gibraltor

    Gibraltor Active Member

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    I don't like playing fighting games online, I play the story and I play couch games, that is it.
     
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    moisterrific Well-Known Member

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    For real though I’ve always loved the art direction and animation of Skullgirls, being able to enjoy this game on the go is a dream come true.
     
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    I was never into fighting games but then I got a PS4 and I saw Skullgirls and remembered seeing videos of it thinking about how beautiful the animation and art style is so I gave it a shot.
    I ABSOLUTELY loved it, the music, the gameplay, the lore/story. It got me into fighting games in general, but I'm not the best at them still. So a casualized mobile phone version of Skullgirls drew me in immediately since it was first revealed.
     
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    Well as someone who is not a really great at fighting games, i still play them. Skullgirls looked like a marvel, the amazing Visuals, Animations and character concepts (yes that will include the boobs), the jazzy tunes (which i later found out one of them did the OSTs for the more recent Castlevania games) and just how the game wasn't a very standard and trope-y (using things that are pretty overdone in fighting games). I played the game and the game was really great at teaching a newbie, but I only played it on occasion.
    When the Mobile released i didnt know it existed until i accidently stumbled upon it when i accidently opened the GP store (on the week of release). I saw it downloaded it (stopped for a while cause i needed to downgrade for a while) and i play it still.
    It gives me the opportunity to play such a marvel of a game on the go, without it risking so much and still staying to a fighting game format, just with some additions to make it a mobile game.
    (Gacha and the like)
    The mobile game got me to play the PC version more often now and even got me to buy controller to play better.
     
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