The Oct. 29th update for Super Smash Bros. Brawl reveals a stage creation feature. As well as a daily stage submission contest where one lucky player will have their stage sent out via Wi-Fi to the rest of the SSBB playing world.
I was just beaten to the punch!
This update is unbelievable.
If you thought SSBB had long-lasting power before, now imagine it with unlimited levels!
Oh god, the excitement!
This game is going to have infinite replay value.
It is indeed a very worthwhile addition. Going to love it myself.
i cant wait to beat you all in my stage
although this is a cool feature i cant stop thinking of theNExt F-zero having this feature -_-.....how ever lasting will that be ? really!! making your own tracks let others play on it......ARGHHHHHHHHHH.
awesome indeed =D but final destination will do XD
Just the idea of being able to play the single best new stage developed on a given day from one of our several million fellow Smash fans is awesome. It's one of those features that's so good, that it will be a serious bummer on days you don't get to play and check it out. But then again, on such days we can always get a friend to use the video capture feature so we can at least see it. :D
This is going to be the most played game this generation. Sorry Halo3
Yep... without no doubt :) it continues to get better every week
yeah, its really awesome, but i dont really think they will actually pick THE BEST every day, because there's just gonna be so many stages every day, that it will be practically impossible. Or maybe just not one every day, remember what he says in the end, some things may change in the final product. But still, one of the best updates of the dojo so far. Great job sakurai
You are right that it would probably be a hassle to spend alot of work picking the best stage for each day, but I'm sure that they will at the least have a certain high standard for quality.
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