It'll be fun seeing what sorts of Ninty-celebrating goodies they pack into this instalment, primarily what's planned for adventure mode (or whatever it might be called) and any tantalising side features they've got in store.
There are three things I try to live by:
1) Never tell a bride the day before her wedding day that "there is a problem"
2) Nothing good happens after 2AM - just go to bed.
Post by Devo DrakeFox on Jun 13, 2013 21:46:51 GMT
Right now I'm wondering what new characters they're going to bring in and which ones will be returning. Sadly, Brawl made the same mistake as Melee and added a bunch of clone characters (mind you, everyone was probably expecting Luigi) but here's hoping they do away with those this time around. I mean, both Melee and Brawl had two Links! And not only did Brawl not remove Falco from the roster but they gave Wolf almost the same damn moveset!
See, right, Mega Man is great. Wii Fit Trainer... well, alright. I'm not convinced she really counts as a character, but it certainly doesn't hurt.
What I'm really excited about are the graphics. I don't see a single muddy, heavily-textured mess anywhere in sight, as it was in Brawl. If they can do away with tripping I might actually be able to play this without pulling my hair out. I mean, it's fun either way so I'll definitely be getting it. Bagsies Mega Man. He's mine.
Post by Devo DrakeFox on Jun 14, 2013 12:48:04 GMT
I wasn't surprised all that much. I was expecting Mega to turn up ever since Ninty revealed they were including third-party characters in Brawl. Mega Man's been a close friend of Nintendo for years, particularly during the NES days, so it just made sense that they'd include him in a Smash Bros. game at some point.