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Super Smash Bros. for Wii U/3DS (2014) Game Reviews

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Chris Kavan
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02/15/2015 (2 of 2 found this helpful)

Winning Formula Stays Solid

Much like Mario Kart and Zelda, Smash Bros. has become one of the main attractions for Nintendo. A 2D fighter featuring an all-star lineup of characters, it's every Nintendo fan's dream. That being said, there is only so much you can do - and the Wii U version, while adding in plenty of content, still feels a bit lacking (especially in the story department) but, if you want a straight-up fighting game with a lot to explore, it's a must-have for any WiiU owner.

Presentation: Not a lot has changed from previous games. The characters are still sprightly as even, the levels range from close-quarters to wide open design (from various Nintendo games from Kirby to Metroid to the original Donkey Kong to many, many more). The music is always a high point - from classic cuts to remixed favorites...

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Nelson Schneider
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01/11/2015 (2 of 2 found this helpful)

Smash, Rinse, Repeat

The ineptly-named “Super Smash Bros. for WiiU” (“Smash Bros. U”) has finally come to the WiiU after two long, dry years of waiting. The original “Super Smash Bros.” on the N64 is one of the few actually decent games for that catastrophe of a console, and the Gamecube iteration, “Super Smash Bros. Melee” essentially perfected the franchise’s formula on the second try. The third attempt, “Super Smash Bros. Brawl,” was met with mixed emotions from fans due to a lack of anything that really made the game stand out… aside from the addition of characters randomly tripping over their own feet. Can Nintendo still take the ‘Smash Bros.’ franchise anywhere it hasn’t already been? Can “Smash Bros. U” provide fuel for the sputtering WiiU?

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