Submitted by StevenBrasley 611d ago | opinion piece

Mr. Sakurai, Here's What We Don't Want in the New "Super Smash Bros."

With the Smash Bros. Wii U hype train moving at full speed, I noticed most fans are bringing up what they want to see in the game... But not what features we don't want to return in this highly-anticipated Wii U and 3DS title. (3DS, Dev, Super Smash Bros., Wii U)

GrizzliS1987  +   611d ago
how you make an article and not include tripping?
StevenBrasley  +   611d ago
I briefly mention tripping in the last paragraph. I did not elaborate on it because Sakurai confirmed that tripping will not return in Smash Bros. Wii U.
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GrizzliS1987  +   611d ago
yea all in all, i wouldnt mind the clones if there was a good size roster of original characters. Picking gana over cptn every now and then is refreshing.
schlanz  +   610d ago
Agree what you said about unlocking characters and huge stages. But really though New Pork City is an outlier.. other than Temple it's the only one like it, which makes me feel it's okay. Surely some people like the large stages, and as long as there aren't many of them, I'm fine with it.

Clones should stay to a degree, there just needs to be a little bit larger degree of difference between them. For example Mario and Luigi. Both have similar moves but a few different ones and the mechanics of each are different enough as well. They should aim to make clones as different as Mario and Luigi are.
BlackWolf  +   611d ago
Well, Sakurai already stated tripping would eb taken out, so I guess that's one off the list.
ChickeyCantor  +   611d ago
Final destination - no items - it is then? I mean...yeah smash community.
GoPanthers999  +   611d ago
I agree with most of this article, especially the final boss in Subspace Emissary (terrible). I had no problem with unlocking the characters the first time around, my kids will have them all in a week or two.
eaise  +   610d ago
imo i think stages should be made in all sizes. Yes small ones are good for the competitive community but not everyone plays competitive. I think having one or two stages that are big and a few medium sized ones along with all the smaller stages would be best for the game. Agree with everything else in the article especially the final boss Taboo. I was in the minority that actually enjoyed SE but him being the boss made for a terrible ending. No matter what ends up in the actually game i am excited for a new Smash
Dutchpinoy  +   610d ago
People complaining about several 'clone' characters have no idea how to actually play them. Wolf, falco and Fox are worlds apart and have completely different playstyles. Everytime I see someone make that statement, I refuse to take the entire article seriously.

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