I'll be honest. I'm not entirely sure how many people you'll get to sign up for this. It just seems like an unnecessarily complicated process to do a tournament. But if I may make two suggestions that can simplify things considerably:
- First off, modes, items, and stage hazards should be up to the person hosting the tournament - that would be you in this case. It should always be the same for each match. It just makes more sense that way, and it makes the tournament feel more official. Plus, there will be no disagreements on modes and such this way, because every match will have the same parameters.
- Secondly, if you're going to do a tournament that's not in-house, then it would be a better idea to have the players record the entire match on video (there are many free apps that can do this with reasonable quality on the PS3). Photos are just way too unreliable, and it's too easy to take a picture at the wrong time. Recording it avoids this problem, because you have every part of the match right there for you to see.
Last edited by SBaby; 15th December 2012 at 9:06 PM.
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