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Super Smash Bros for Wii U and 3DS All-Stars Mode Detailed by Sakurai
Have you wanted to know more about the Super Smash Bros for Wii U and 3DS All-Stars Mode? Well, the series director won’t disappoint you, through his usual medium of conversation, Miiverse, Sakurai has shared some of the details.
Through his usual ‘pic of the day’ post, the series director Masahiro Sakurai shared insights about the newly announced All-Stars Mode of Super Smash Bros for Wii U and 3DS. What is different in this mode is the ability to get the sow rolling the moment you boot up you game:
This time, you can challenge every fighter in All-Star Mode from the moment you turn on the game!! This is a survival battle with limited recovery items and no option to continue. However, this mode will be incomplete until you’ve unlocked every fighter… Until then, you can only play against characters that are already available. This is a picture of the bottom-screen menu, with a padlock indicating that the mode is still incomplete.
So it is like the survival battle mode that you might have known about previously if you bought and played Super Smash Bros Melee and Super Smash Bros Brawl back in the days. The only difference is that now you can play it even if all the characters have not been unlocked.
So, who’s up for a last man standing battle? It would be fun as much as it would be a test of the nerves if you have to beat every other character won’t it?
Super Smash Bros for Wii U and 3DS is slated for a release on 3DS on October 3 of US, EU and Australia while Japan gets it on September 13. The Wii U version doesn’t have a specific release date except that it will be out in the last quarter.