PixlBit | "Many Nintendo fans have been anxiously awaiting the latest Super Smash Bros. This E3, we caught a glimpse of both the Wii U and 3DS versions, and thankfully, it seems to continue the tradition of high-energy wackiness."
"It’s likely that we will see more dedicated Smash Bothers related Nintendo Directs in the future in order to learn more about the upcoming brawler." Man, I hope this is true. Best part is Sakurai already stated he doesn't plan on releasing all of the info on this game like they did with Brawl on the Dojo. Smash Bros. is retaining its element of discovery, and I can totally dig this.
Yes but did they improve the online aspect of this game? Or are they still emulating the 90's ? ( Brawls online was terrible )
Oh goodness you could not be more right. Brawl's online was absolutely atrocious; an insult to Nintendo's potential in the field. When you look at Mario Kart 7 or Luigi's Mansion Dark Moon or even the Wii-only Mario Strikers Charged, it makes you wonder how Sakurai could have allowed Brawl's online to be released in such a broken, incompetent state. No names, no leaderboards, no modes, no options and more lag than the Halo PC port. Absolutely unacceptable. /rant Honestly, I've heard nothing from Sakurai about improving the online. I hope he does; I even hope they can put online in the 3DS version. But who can say at this point?
They actually had one thing right when it comes to online : Custom levels. Well, on a conceptual level. Custom levels looked bland and very prototype-ish. They also had Replays which was a nice thing...but ultimately the online aspect felt like an experiment. Eh online on the 3DS version...If not then they will probably say how local multiplayer is best fit because a new F-zero game isn't being developed due to the fact that they don't know how to evolve the franchise ( i'm just paraphrasing Miyamoto here)....CATSUIT FOR MARIO....*High 5* Nintendo... http://i0.kym-cdn.com/photo...
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