Masahiro Sakurai is teasing us again with an image that appears to be a new play mode for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. Continue reading Sakurai teases with new Smash Bros. content
THE GREATEST WARM UP EVER
There are three things I thought I would never see in my life on a handheld as a Nintendo fan: a 3D Metroid game, a 3D Zelda game, or a Super Smash Bros. game. By 2006, Metroid Prime Hunters had made its appearance on Nintendo DS. Half a decade later in 2011, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D was released on the Nintendo 3DS, shattering handheld expectations for the Big N. Smash Bros. stood in isolation as the last flagship Nintendo series not ported to handhelds. That is, until that year.