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Submitted by Yep 375d ago | opinion piece

Why I Learned to Love Smash Bros. for 3DS

Super Smash Bros. is, first and foremost, a console experience. From the N64 all the way to the Wii, the all-star Nintendo franchise has been exclusive to the company. This all changes with the next installment of the chaotic fighting series … well, installments, I should say, as the game is not only launching on the Nintendo Wii U, but the 3DS, as well.

This is the first time Smash will ever appear on a portable platform, yet my reaction was immediately sour. Sakurai’s revelation that resources will be split to create two games only sounded like trouble to me – any resources not being devoted to the console game seemed like a tragic misstep. Would the Wii U version suffer from the 3DS’s existence? That’s the question that dominated my train of thought. (3DS, Super Smash Bros.)

kirbyu  +   375d ago
Really excited for the 3DS version. It's got cooler stages than the Wii U version and we'll be able to make characters in it.
kirbyu  +   375d ago
"the all-star Nintendo franchise has been exclusive to the company"

Really? Who ever would have thought?

EDIT: "This all changes with the next installment of the chaotic fighting series … well, installments, I should say, as the game is not only launching on the Nintendo Wii U, but the 3DS, as well."

Never mind. Misunderstood him. Should've kept reading.
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