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Submitted by Jamiex66 975d ago | video

E3 2013: Super Smash Bros. Developer Diary Reveals New Information

Nintendo has released a a Super Smash Bros. Developer Diary, where the Director of Super Smash Bros. Masahiro Sakurai gives further information on their upcoming Nintendo fighter.

Sakurai explained the Nintendo 3DS version of Smash Bros. will feature a unique art style with characters featuring a bold outline, this was to help players find characters within the confines of the smaller 3DS screen. The Wii U version however features an emphasis on primary colours, which looks striking in high definition. It was also confirmed the 3DS version will feature stages from handheld titles such as Super Mario 3D Land, while the Wii U version will feature stages that resemble console experiences. (3DS, E3, Super Smash Bros., Wii U)

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fatstarr  +   975d ago
Mega man has the most unique play style so far. I cant wait to play him.
Hadoukameha  +   975d ago
Neat.

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