Monday, July 20, 2015

Super Smash Bros. Review

Super Smash Bros. is the fourth Game in the Super Smash bros. series and is the ultimate Nintendo crossover. In this game you hit opponents to build up their damage percentage so you can hit them with a smash attack and send them flying off the side of a stage to defeat them. You fight using characters like Mario, Link, Pikachu and many others from various nintendo games. You can play with others or play alone with various modes for both with updates to the modes from older games and completely new modes. Classic mode for example, now has a intensity scale (exactly like the one from Kid Icarus: Uprising) and you can make things tougher by paying gold earned throughout the various modes of the game. There is also the new 8-player smash where up to 8 fighters can duke it out on one oversized stage. There are some differences between versions, like smash run in 3ds, and the Wii-u does offer some more modes and they have different arenas , my only issue with the 3ds version are the controls, but this is fixed if you play it on the new 3ds. There are also the amiibo, which are fighters that control themselves and level and learn more as you train them. Once you get them up to level 50 though because they'll be basically untouchable. In fact, my Link amiibo still hasn't lost a single match since reaching level 50. I give this game 5 out of 5 stars.          By Nick Starceski              Review for 3ds and Wii U