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What do you like about Skullgirls Mobile?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by its_high_face, May 1, 2020.

  1. its_high_face

    its_high_face New Member

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    This is a question I've been thinking about a lot lately, and I wanna hear it from the community! Why do you people like this game so much?
     
  2. foussi

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    I like that its possible to get strong fighters without investing money by doing prize fights and stuff.
     
  3. Diony

    Diony Active Member

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    Mostly Signature Abilitys. But I also like the idea of a fighting game having buff and debuffs
     
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  4. Lililira

    Lililira Active Member

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    For me, it's a good mix of fighting game skills (baiting, punishing, combos, etc) and RPG-esque strategizing (buffs/debuffs, SAs and Match Modifiers).

    It's somewhat grindy, which I know can be a turnoff for some folks, but I don't mind it tbh. I find that in some ways grinding up to top 10% in PFs almost has a sort of meditative quality, which is a little hard to explain or describe, but it's nice. Very chill. (Except Ms Fortune's pf, that stun sets my stress levels to max.)

    Plus, I enjoy having to strategize to work around different funky match modifiers, or build an effective Rift node by making sure all the elements work together well.
     
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  5. Art3mes

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    Let me be a gentle being. I will write in points:
    1. The first thing that make me play this game, in the first place, is the art style. As an anime lover, the art style is perfectly of my type.
    2. Japanese dubbed audio.
    3. Fair gameplay. Which is almost absent in nowadays' games.
    4. After playing a simple arcade game, people gets bored very easily. That's where, the features of buffs and debuffs comes in. You'll never get bored of it.(some of top players are playing it for years)
    5. Diverse characters.
    6. References to other franchises. There are many.
    7. No pay to play.
    8. Last but not the least, FAN SERVICE. ( If you're an anime fan, you'll know what I mean) ୧( ˵ ° ~ ° ˵ )୨
    That's all fellow humans.
    Point some more, if you can.
     
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  6. ZeoW

    ZeoW Active Member

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    Free to play. Haven't spend a single dime on the game (I do try to support the devs in other ways!).
     
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  7. Splashmouse

    Splashmouse New Member

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    Hi, I'm fairly new to the game, and I don't own a Gaming PC, I am primarily a Mobile & Nintendo Gamer. I figure my voice is contributory in that regard.

    A big draw to the game like above mentioned is the artstyle. I love things being cartoony, and heck, girl dominant cast?! It's a double win. But I say, that's just the draw.
    What keeps me playing is the feeling that it's truly free to play, that the gameplay is smooth & easy to learn, plus the world content is coherently defined.
    Out of the selection of Google Play Games, this is definitely one of the best.
    It's totally not my bias love for jazz/electro swing, big cities, and dystopias saying that either.

    Also note, that yes it has fanservice, but in a similar fashion to the anime Kill La Kill, where it's also a parody of fan service, in a reconstructive sort of way of fleshing out tropes creating whole individualized characters, while also maintaining everything as engagingly & rewardfully delightful even for those not sexually attracted to women.

    On top of that Skullgirls encompasses a well balanced mix of serious and silly, edgy and wholesome. Neat scifi and science fantasy elements too.

    Thank you for reading.
     
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  8. Irghen

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    I love Street Fighter Alpha 3, even after all these years I think of it as one of the best and most complete fighting games ever. I specially loved the World Tour mode, where you could take a character and travel the world beating enemies with special win conditions and upgrade them with the rewards, it was amazing for those times where you couldn't fight a friend in versus.

    And man, SGM is that on steroids and in my pocket.
     
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