We are in the final week before release in Europe and Australia! If you’re in North America, what are you waiting for? Settle it in Smash already!!
The official website for the two upcoming Super Smash Bros. titles is once again making updates on a regular basis. Similar to the Super Smash Bros. Dojo for Brawl, the official website will post images from both games five times a week. Now that Smash Wii U is out in North America, be respectful of those in Europe/Australia/other countries who might want to find out the last few secrets for themselves when they get the game; a reminder to use [SPOILER] tags if you feel the need.
Monday, November 24
Here’s a little tidbit about the song names in My Music. The tracks with a red icon are song arrangements made for this game, and the ones with the black icons are arrangements from past versions. What might be a little confusing is that some track names from Super Smash Bros. Melee are now stage names for this version. The track Corneria from Melee isn’t a song that plays in Corneria in the original game, but we couldn’t change the name of the track. Sorry for any confusion.
We’ve included four versions of the Mute City music tracks. The regular Mute City track is from Melee, Ver. 2 is from Brawl and Ver. 3 was specifically arranged for the 3DS and Wii U versions. The track from the original game is in here too. This game probably has the most music tracks compared to any other game.
In Sounds, you can even listen to voices of some enemies. Metal Face has as many voice variations as the fighters…He’ll say something a little different when Shulk is on the field.
Tuesday, November 25
The Orbital Gate, which was shown in yesterday’s post, looks like a space station, as you can see in this picture. There was also a pic of the day where the fighters are going through the center gate.
…By the way, this model is actually a trophy. Diorama style. The Orbital Gate Assault stage actually took a whole year to complete.
Wednesday, November 26
In the Gamer stage, the stage set-up will change at random. Here’s Mom appearing from an easel. You’d better stay on your toes.
Mom even appears out of the TV. Sometimes she jumps out of it and walks around. It gets a little crazy. The guy in the far window is Grandpa, who acts as Mom’s decoy. His wig is swaying.
Thursday, November 27
Here’s a basic size of the map for Smash Tour. The card suits and star marks are check points. You’ll get a full-round bonus if you pass them all, and you’ll get a strength bonus if you stop on any of them.
If you look reaaally closely, you’ll see that by rolling a 5, you can pass through the center of the map to the other end. This means that you’ll have an advantage if you keep rolling 5s!! Trophies like Ashley’s that slow down the roulette wheel may help you out here.
Friday, November 28
Congratulations to the European region where Super Smash Bros. for Wii U was launched today!! Today’s post is completely off-topic though. It’s the Wrecking Crew stage. When you make the bombs explode, the shock from the explosion transfers to the walls and destroys them. When there are only two panels or less holding up a floor, the floor will crash down, making the stage change constantly.
You might get stuck inside a metal barrel that falls from above. Players can attack you while you’re stuck, so get yourself out by mashing buttons.
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