These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
In episode 2 of Luigi's Mansion Versus, he tricks Josh into thinking that the Golden Mouse only has a 20% chance of appearing in Madame Clairvoya's room.
In Episode 5 of Galaxy Versus, Tyler tricks Donna into using the lifeline Starbit Blowoutnote the opponent must waste 250 of their starbits when he only has 79 starbits. And all of this after declaring that you can use both of your lifeline chances at once.
They Changed It, Now It Sucks: Averted, the different format has been generally well-received, especially with Tyler and Josh's justifications for it.
Jerkass Woobie: Josh is this in Part 14. The way he acts in the episode especially to Tyler who was winning (who lampshades this fact since he wasn't acting upset before) ...but then he dies to Twinrova and he way he just says "I got a Game Over..." sounds like his will to go on got shattered... and then Tyler starts gloating about it
Base Breaker: Not actually in the versus itself, but related to it; in the comments of the Super Smash Bros. Melee - Classic Mode Versus, Josh posted a comment seemingly raging at the people who kept complaining about Banjo Kazooie Versus's lack of consistent updates, bringing up how he was trying to take a break and spend time with family. This caused several fans to reply, showing displeasure at him "showing [his] true colors" and referring to the complaining fans as "fucking annoying", saying that the fans were just curious and not trying to be annoying. Other fans replied with laughter, taking it all as a snarky joke (which makes sense coming from Josh, though obviously if it's a joke, it doesn't come across too well in text). Still more fans replied to those on either of the aforementioned sides, starting arguments about how the other side was true.
Crosses the Line Twice: A cop missing his right hand? Gruesome. Ordering the guy who cut it off to give it back? Moderately funny. Complaining when the hand he gets turns out to be a left hand? Hilarious.
Ho Yay: After shooting one of the other yakuza, the yakuza with the glasses (played by Kazuhito Ohba) gets a very suggestive hug from Kenji Matsuda's character. While Ohba's character was visibly disturbed over the shooting, Matsuda's was a notably uncaring character, mocking, shooting and slicing up their other companions for kicks. The tender way he speaks to Ohba at that point comes as quite a surprise to the viewer, who by then is more used to his sarcastically cold way of speaking.
So BadIt's Awesome: The movie is like this as far as its acting, plot, and setting go. The action scenes, however, are spectacular. Another hallmark of it being So Bad, It's Good is that the commentary features the director, the producer, and three of the actors, and they were probably all drunk when they recorded it. Japanese B movies seem to have an incredible ability to take a really silly premise, fill it with gore then play everything without a hint of irony.
Special Effect Failure: The film has a few scenes that fall under this trope, such as The Man's decapitation. Thankfully and fortunately rectified in The Ultimate Versus.