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Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl revealed some gameplay and also got its full character roster leaked. On the gameplay side of things, it turns out that Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl is as competitive as it promised to be: Wavedashing, canceling, huge movesets… it’s all in there. The game seems to have deep and complex combat that easily rivals its big challenger, and inspiration, Super Smash Bros. Fighting fans will certainly be pleased about the wavedashing mechanic especially. Along with the many varieties to dish out light, heavy, special attacks, this game will be quite the fighting behemoth.
On the other side, this is still Nickelodeon and its cast of characters will attract a lot of casual players. The full Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl launch roster has now been leaked and contains a lot of fan favorites, like Aang from Avatar or, of course, SpongeBob SquarePants. Developer Nickelodeon promises that the game will be easy to get into, which would be important, considering how many young people are going to want to enjoy this game. We’re certainly pleased with the launch roster and can’t wait to play the game.
Luckily, Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl is releasing for many platforms: Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch and the PC, so the player base should be big enough. Whether or not there will be crossplay and cross-platform though, is not known yet.
We will find out all the missing answers on October 5, when the game is officially releasing. Nickelodeon All-Star brawl will cost $50 at launch, but with combat this deep and a roster of characters this huge, it will probably be worth it. The large question now is, whether or not the game will have rollback netcode - a feature that is crucial for any fighting game that wants to be competitively viable.