gamrReview: "Soon after the last E3, Nintendo announced that while Masahiro Sakurai is still the director of the next two Super Smash Bros titles (one for Wii U and one for 3DS) the developer would be none other than Namco Bandai. This is, of course, great news for many reasons. First, the developer is no stranger to fighting titles: Tekken, Soul Calibur, Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi, Naruto: Ultimate Ninja, and so on. Second, this means we don’t have to wait for Sakurai to slowly build a whole new team, meaning the smashing can happen faster. Third, and the reason for this article, you can be damn sure Namco Bandai is going to want to contribute some of their properties to the mix. This means they will likely be adding their own items, stages, music, and most importantly a playable character or two. As long as both Nintendo and Namco Bandai can play nicey-nice come contract time, that is."