Reviews and Problems with Super Dodgeball Brawlers
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Super Dodgeball Brawlers
8 May 2009
Conclusion: Though it may get me in trouble with other longtime fans of the series, I think Super Dodgeball Brawlers–as an overall package–is the best iteration of the Nekketsu Dodgeball series to be released, as it's packed with loads of depth in both character and gameplay options. Does the game wear a bit thin if all you're doing is playing single player? Sure, but let's be real here, that could be said of every version of the game ever released.
Think of this as nothing more than a really good mini-game and nobody gets hurt
Cheat Code Central
30 October 2008
Conclusion: Being on the defense means there's no chance of you scoring any points, but instead face the prospect of being eliminated. The brawling tactics do deplete your opponent's health, but it only chips away at it, whereas a good solid hit with the ball takes a huge chunk of stamina away. Besides throwing the dodgeball, a variety of objects will appear onscreen, that can also be lobbed at the opposing team including baseballs, chains, hand grenades, and soda machines.
Summary: Ah, Super Dodgeball Brawlers . If you’re at all familiar with Kunio-kun and his pals from previous Dodgeball titles, you’ll know almost everything you need to about this new installment. It’s the same cast of squishy rough-and-tumble high school teams, ready to beat each other senseless in the name of victory!