Super Smash Bro's director Masuhiro Sakurai gave us a little more detail about how the Mii characters will work in the up coming titles. Along side with their fighting combinations being customizable, you'll be able to change the weight and height of your characters as well. Sakurai went on to state that the smaller characters will be more akin to other quicker fighters while the taller ones will naturally be slower but pack a bit of a punch. It add an interested dynamic to the characters that you can design yourself. Look forward to playing with your own Mii characters in Super Smash Bros for 3DS October 3rd, 2014 as well as the Wii U version this holiday season.
I've honestly been making jokes about this since Super Smash Bro's Melee came out in 2001 and I literally never thought I'd see the day this actually happened, but it's really happening! Most likely due to Namco's work on the new Super Smash title, Pac Man is making his way to the fight! Also, check for an appearance of a returning favorite at the end! I have to be honest, Pac Man looks like some serious fun to play!
There's no doubt about it, the Wii U is struggling but on top of a, hopefully strong, presence at this years E3, they have a good handful of exclusive titles being released this year that might be able to help this flailing system.
Mario Kart is not only one of the best franchises from Nintendo, the 8th installment in the series looks amazing. With new characters, some new game modes, a re-done version of the classic Mario Kart track Rainbow Road, and plenty of other features like online multi-player, this fun racing title is shaping up to be a strong game for the Wii U this year. It also doesn't hurt that it's receiving it's own WII U bundle, which appears to already be doing well based on pre-orders. Mario Kart 8 will be released May 30th, 2014.
Super smash bro's is one of the titles we wait for whenever Nintendo announce plans for a new consoles or handheld. It's hands down one of the best fighting franchises to date and the 4th game doesn't look to disappoint. While I'm sure we're going to hear a lot more about this game around E3, Nintendo is releasing a version for the 3DS and the Wii U separately, the 3DS receiving it's version first. They games differ in the modes, graphics, but will still contain the same amount of characters. Both will feature online multi-player aspects as well.With Melee alone selling 7 million copies and Brawl selling 1.4 million units in its first week in America alone, I'm fairly confident a lot of gamers are going to be picking up one, if not both, of these titles. Another smart move would be a Wii U Smash Bros bundle but that's just wishful thinking. Super Smash Bros will release for the 3DS this summer and the Wii U this fall.
No, this is not a traditional Zelda release title and no, it's not what you'd expect our hero Link to be featured in. I'm going to be honest and say this is a 50/50 chance that this game may be a huge hit, but Hyrule Warriors might just turn a big profit. On paper, a Legend of Zelda game with Dynasty Warriors mechanics sounds horrendous, in reality, it might just be one of the most fun steps away from the canonical iconic series. The open world game play, lots of creatures on the screen, attack combos and the sort, the only thing we really need is a list of characters we could play as. It would be fun to run around as Shiek or Ganon and take on hoards of creatures. With a planned release for sometime this year, we're going to have to wait a little while to see what exactly the game is going to be all about.