When a high-profile game comes out on multiple platforms, the obvious question is: “Which one should I get?” The answer will depend on what systems you do and don’t have. How much time you probably spend on said system, and what perks (if any) are attached to which versions.
It’s rare that Nintendo has a first party game that is attached to both its console and its handheld. I can only recall certain titles ever doing that. So with the upcoming release Smash Bros. 3DS, and the pending release of Smash Bros. Wii U, a question is quickly rising through the ranks of fans of the series.
“Should I wait for the Wii U version? Do I get the 3DS version alone? Or should I just buy them both?”