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THE FAMED FIGHTING FRANCHISE APPEARS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN HD ON WII U THIS HOLIDAY SEASON, AND ON A PORTABLE SYSTEM FOR THE F IRSTTIME ON NINTENDO 3DS ON OCT. 3. NEW CHARACTERS, ITEMS AND AR ENAS ADD A FRESHLY REINVIGORATED LOOK AND FEEL. AMIIBO WILL ADD A DIFFERENT DIMENSION TO GAME PLAY AS CLASSIC NINTENDO
team fox despite that weird voice!
got this for my brother & he absolutely loves it. i myself played a few rounds on the 3DS & i’ve gotta give it a thumbs up. there are some differences regarding characters. yea, they added a lot of newer ones & made fox sound like he was a teen going through puberty when he sounded around twenty-five in the old version (yea, i have a thing for fox, leave me alone), but compared to wii-u which i play w/ my bff, the 3DS has a cartoony vibe to it. nothing that distracts from having a good time.
Really Fun Game!
I’ve been holding off on buying a 3DS for awhile but I knew once i got one,that Smash bros would be my 1st game.
Better than Smash Bros on the WiiU
I like this game better than the WiiU version. The graphics are fantastic. The gameplay is awesome and still has the classic smash bros vibe. The amiibo functionality is pretty cool and seemed like it would get old fast, but I was wrong. Great fun with an amiibo (you can play against them, team up with them, level them up, and they even earn you coins and items).
A Welcome Addition to the SSBros Franchise
As a long-time Nintendo fan and having played all the prior Super Smash Bros. installments, I have to say the 3DS version does not disappoint. All the various modes from the past are still there, with several additions. The graphics are beautiful and do justice to the 3D display, although 2D mode looks great, too. The game proceeds much faster than previous installments of SSBros, perhaps owing to the fact that this is on Nintendo’s mobile platform. Some of the minigames, such as the target smash, have been changed and feel more like a game you might play on a mobile phone or tablet – the new target smash has some elements similar to Angry Birds and other tower-physics games. In any case, there are trophies and stickers to collect, numerous upgrades and customizations, and as a new feature you can create specific skill upgrades and enhancements for your playable Mii characters and any of the other playable characters. I’m enjoying it a lot and I have been using the local play feature, though I have yet to try the online features.
At long last, Nintendo fans have gotten the portable version of Super Smash Bros., and there is no better time. With a roster of over 36 characters and secret unlockable characters that can be unlocked afterwards, this game offers different characters and variety for any player whether casual or constant. The new additions such as Pac-Man, Little Mac, and Mega Man offer unique moves and taunts that reflect on that character’s game. For example, Pac-Man’s moves consist of him eating dots and using ghosts to attack, as well as throw fruits like those he would collect in his Pac-Man game. This game is great, but it’s only problem is online play. It’s very slow and the lag as frame rate DROP gets me killed so often, and for someone who want to play for glory (smash bros’ competitive play) these losses would go on record and it is really upsetting. If you own a 3ds/2ds, you don’t want to miss this.
Nintendo has not made a Smash bros. game since 2008, and it’s about time they made one. Well, they did. They made one, alright. Fighting characters from different video game franchises has gone to the next level. Now you can play in 3D! Honestly, the 3D effect gives me a headache but still, you can play in 3D! Alright, alright, you came for a review. So, that’s what I’ll give you. The game introduced some new characters to the series. And a few new stages. The combat moves are incredible to use when controlling the fighter. The controls are perfect. The game controls like Super Smash bros. Brawl on the Wii. This makes it easier and more fun to play. Now, you may have realized I only gave this game 4 stars. Yes, I hate to break it to you, but the game, unlike its controls, are not perfect. First off, Nintendo has removed the level editor, which means that you can’t play custom levels that you made with your fighter. While you can unlock levels ( up to a certain amount) You are forced to play normal levels. Another problem is that it’s very difficult to pick the CPU player you want to battle. A CPU character is a player that you can choose to fight against you. If you don’t pick a CPU player yourself, the game will for you. The final problem I had with the game is the programing. Now, I’m not saying that it has lots of bugs, I’m just saying that at times, it feels that Nintendo was a bit, well, lazy. I came across several annoying glitches in the game at random moments. While I do complain about the game’s faults I definitely have a lot more positive things to say about the game, rather than negative. While I think still to this moment that at times the graphics look like an 8 year old took a Crayola crayon and colored a big black outline around the character models, this game is definitely a game to check out yourself and share with your friends and family.
Classic must have title for every 3DS/2DS owner!
A must have for every 3DS/2DS owner!! Pretty much the WiiU version portable. Cartoonish violence, no blood or gore. People don’t die, the get knocked off the playing field, a nice touch by Nintendo.
There’s nothing quite like a good Smash Bros!
I’ve always loved the Super Smash Bros series, and it even introduced me to plenty of series I never would have considered otherwise. This entry in the series combines everything I’ve ever loved about the previous entries, and adds even more! I’m excited to get the Wii U Smash Bros as well, but the Gamecube Controller Bundles are all sold out, so I guess I’ll have to wait. As for how it plays, I really feel good about the controls and stuff. There’s a lot it has to offer with game modes and stages, and the characters are all very satisfying to play as. I especially enjoyed customizing their moves, although it is a bit of a hassle to unlock all the customizable moves. As a result, I have WAY more hours logged on Smash Run than I do any of the other modes! I still liked it a lot, though.
You gotta love Mario
My daughter loves Super Smash Bros, she loves Mario and when I saw this on Amazon I had to grab it. it’s a great game. super fun. has a lot of different things they can do in the one game. it’s totally amazing for ages I’m going to say 6 to 14 kids. They really do love this game. shoot I’m sorry I’m going to say any age can play, 6 to any, because even my adult relatives like this game.
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