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Smash Bros. picks up Gamescom’s most wanted consumer award

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U/3DS has already picked up one award from this year’s Gamescom. Consumers have chosen the title as their most wanted game.

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bullymangLer776d ago (Edited 776d ago )

Sony and Microsoft, with all their new "next-Gen" titles:

Heroes of the Storm

The Evil Within

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel

Evolve

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor

The Order: 1886

Far Cry 4

Ori and the Blind Forest

Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD ReMIX

Assassin’s Creed Rogue

Sunset Overdrive

Dying Light

frezhblunts775d ago (Edited 775d ago )

Sadly I won't be able to try sunset overdrive I do not have a xbox one but evolve sounds great for my ps4, looks fun. Dying light comes out this year?

deafdani775d ago

What's your point?

Because from where I stand, all I see is an insufferable fanboy that implies something is wrong with all these Sony and Microsoft games just because they aren't as wanted as Smash Bros.

Please, please, PLEASE tell me I'm dead wrong. You don't have more bubbles, but if you prove me wrong in a PM, I'll happily post it here in your behalf.

MegaRay775d ago

KH 2.5 is not a next gen game but yeah, its my most wanted game this year :)

OtakuDJK1NG-Rory775d ago

"Sony and Microsoft, with all their new "

Their you say?
I only see
The Order: 1886
Sunset Overdrive

All thers ain't theirs. KH2.5 isn't new.

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frezhblunts775d ago

LOL The main reason I got a Wii U was for Super Smash bros. that game will last me for years.

LoaMcLoa775d ago

I'm getting a 3DS just for this game

I've pretty much played Brawl atleast 1-3 times a week with my siblings since it came out

That was 6 years ago

SteamPowered775d ago

If this is your first foray into the 3ds, might I recommend; Fire Emblem, Mario 3d, resident evil revelations, gta:Chinatown wars...hell I could go on and on.

Ilovetheps4775d ago

I'm still playing Melee 13 years later. I'm actually going over to a friend's house a little later to play some Melee.

truechainz774d ago

yeah Smash always has staying power. Makes it a no brainer buying it and whatever console it is on since I know I will be playing it for years to come.

SteamPowered775d ago

If SSB generates so much anticipation, I can't wait for the Zelda U reveal.

deafdani775d ago

Zelda U was already revealed at E3 this year, look it up in Youtube.

:)

wonderfulmonkeyman775d ago

I would call that a "world teaser" and "short feature trailer" combination, at best.
The real reveal will probably hold much more than that.
Music being used in the game, introductions of other characters, some storyline elements, maybe even some gameplay from wherever you start the adventure after the main trailer.

BX81775d ago

I'm surprised actually. I don't see why people like this game and the ones in the past. I tried them when I was younger but it just wasn't for me. That's not why I'm surprised though, I fully understand that my taste in games isn't fact, just my opinion. I'm surprised because I thought it would be a multi platform game. So when you consider that smash bros is solely NIN, you really have to tip your hat for such a feat. The wii u was hurting for a while there but nin is coming with some pretty solid titles. I'm waiting for the new Zelda to pick a wii u up.

Ilovetheps4775d ago

Super Smash Bros has always been a 1st party title by Nintendo. That's the reason you have Mario, Link, DK, and others in the game. You will never see a Super Smash game on any other consoles because Nintendo owns the IP and (most of) the characters in the game. I know a few people who are waiting for this game before picking up a Wii U. I'm really hoping it helps the Wii U out.

PeteyMcPickle775d ago

I think he meant that he was expecting the most wanted game to be a multi-plat title, not that he thought smash bros was multi-plat.

wonderfulmonkeyman775d ago (Edited 775d ago )

I'm not surprised in the least.
Smash is a juggernaut in the gaming industry; third parties everywhere scramble for the acclaim associated with seeing their characters fighting against Nintendo's greats.

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