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Super Smash Bros. – Nintendo Wii U


Super Smash Bros. – Nintendo Wii U

Super Smash Bros. – Nintendo Wii U

Super Smash Bros. - Nintendo Wii U

  • Super Smash Bros. Mario! Link! Samus! Pikachu! All of your selection Nintendo characters are backwards along with plentitude of newborn faces in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U the incoming entry in the loved Super Smash Bros. series. Up to quaternary players crapper effort each

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  1. Mr Mojo Risin

    December 8, 2014 at 2:53 pm

    109 of 124 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Nintendo is the only company that can launch a finished game., November 21, 2014
    Mr Mojo Risin

    This review is from: Super Smash Bros. – Nintendo Wii U (Video Game)
    I was SO scared that after the string of third party games released DOA this year that for some reason Nintendo might fall down that same road with the online portion of smash. I regret even thinking that and forgetting that Nintendo doesn’t rush games out like seemingly everyone else these days.

    To start, I went right into online mode and started up a match. Not only was everything working properly on the first try, there was ZERO lag during the match. Next I tried a private game with a friend, again, no issues whatsoever. I couldn’t be happier.

    I can’t talk about the single player stuff or unlocking all of the characters, it’s too soon for that. But I CAN absolutely suggest anyone with a Wii U should buy this game. And if you don’t have a Wii U, buy one just to play this game. If you were ever a fan of the Smash Bros. series, you will love this.

    I guess Nintendo still has to give these third party dev’s lessons on how to release a finished game and not use online patches as a crutch.

    Oh btw, Halo mcc STILL doesn’t work after 10 days and a mystery 1.5gb patch that did absolutely nothing. Nintendo’s specialty isn’t even online fighting games and there were zero problems playing online on launch night. Some of the 343 team created halo and they still can’t even get it to work almost two weeks after launch. What’s their excuse?


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  2. Joshua W.

    December 8, 2014 at 2:04 pm

    43 of 45 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Game of my Life, November 22, 2014
    Joshua W.

    This review is from: Super Smash Bros. – Nintendo Wii U (Video Game)
    My wife suggested I take the day off and have a “Smash Day” with the kids (we have 4) and, like any reasonable person, I did. This review is dedicated to her.

    The Roster:
    Most characters are unlocked right from the beginning, which is a relief when you have kids who want to play as X but don’t want to wait. Overall, the roster is much better than Brawl, with fewer clones and some of my favorites from new Nintendo games, like Shulk, Lucina, Palutena, and Robin. Wii Fit Trainer and Villager are hilarious and awesome. There are so many characters, I played all day and only made it through roughly half of them.

    The depth:
    There is so much to do and unlock, it’s enough to make a grown father with responsibilities cry.

    This feature is not for everyone, but if you’re a life-long Nintendo fan or you have kids, they’re fantastic. They’re a little confusing and I had a hard time explaining the differences between Disney Infinity and Amiibo to my six year-old, but using them cleared things up. They’re great figures (with some exceptions – Link is disappointing) and great for playing with kids. We bought four (Mario, Peach, Link, Samus) and I had one figure player team up with each of my kids so they can compete with me. Now the figures are so high level I’m having a hard time ever winning. Plus, they’re toys. They love playing with them, as long as they’re careful.

    8 Player Smash:
    I have a family of six. This mode is a godsend. It works surprisingly well and we always fill the remaining slots with amiibos. Gameplay remains buttery smooth and the chaos is just delicious. Only bummer is your options for stages are limited in this mode.

    The “Everything Else”:

    The graphics are beautiful and smooth and it’s amazing how Nintendo is able to mesh all of these characters into a game and it somehow make visual sense.

    The music is endless, amazing, and will rain nostalgia. You can plug the GamePad into a good sound system and just shuffle the playlist. Nirvana.

    The stage builder is simple and intuitive. My kids loved drawing their own stages. The elegant simplicity of it kind of blew me away, but I do hope they add more to this mode. The palettes and platforms seem limited.

    The new stages are great, with a few exceptions.

    There are many solo modes, including a remixed Classic mode that I preferred over the old one.

    You can use any Wii U or Wii controller you have. Any of them. Well, except for the balance board. We used the GamePad, Wii U Pro controller, Wii remote + Wii Classic Controller Pro, and Wii remote for the little one. They are even selling GameCube controllers, which I love, but deem unnecessary to buy unless you’re married to Melee. I’m not, and prefer not to have cables. I would get the GameCube adapter though, it I still had a Wavebird lying around.

    This is a game for everyone. Even my wife who doesn’t game much and 2 year-old got kicks out of it (I teamed up with him along with the Link amiibo he picked out). The true beauty is reliving the fun and magic of Nintendo with those around you. And all of it is built on a fantastic game that I can’t stop thinking about.

    I haven’t even touched online yet, because I’m too busy punching my daughter’s Jigglypuff in the face with Pac-man while we giggle maniacally every time a Nintendog licks the screen, and my son growls like Bowser as he throws my wife’s King Dedede off a cliff. That’s Smash Bros.


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