Masahiro Sakurai was the brainchild behind Super Smash Bros. when it first appeared on the Nintendo 64. Since then it’s grown into one of Nintendo’s biggest hits with a VERY VERY devoted fanbase (we mean very), and each entry has been personally approved by Sakurai, every step of the way.
There’s a new update for Super Smash Bros. For Wii U as of today, and it’s free. (It’s also mandatory if you ever plan on playing online again.) The update expands existing battlefields to accommodate eight players, adding a total of 15 extra options for the eight-player battle mode.
This trailer features over four minutes of footage, including the introduction of a new character, AR use, weapons and the return of Samus Aran’s favourite space fodder….
Masahiro Sakurai, producer of Kid Icarus: Uprising has spoken about what the dely until 2012 really means…