A look at some HD trophies today, Sakurai teases some of what’s on offer with the home console offering:
Nintendo Everything: Wii U
There’s more talk going around about Super Smash Bros. for Wii U/3DS potentially supporting DLC.
Messages have apparently been found in the 3DS version that could be used to create data for downloadable content, for instance. Other recently-discovered code could allow for character and stage DLC to be loaded.
Rumor has it that the shop will be titled “Notifications Shop” – at least in Japanese.
Will any of this pan out? Will Smash Bros. actually get any DLC? Only time will tell…
All of these screenshots showcase fighters that can be unlocked in the 3DS version. For that reason, we’re posting the gallery after the break.
Nintendo has just announced a Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Direct scheduled for North America and Europe on 10/23.
50 New Things are being teased… What do you think they could be?
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) October 20, 2014
— Nintendo of Europe (@NintendoEurope) October 20, 2014
We’ll have a stream up before the presentation on Thursday.
This week’s Wii U/3DS specific charts are as follows:
1. Mario Kart 8 – Nintendo
2. New Super Mario Bros. U – Nintendo
3. Hyrule Warriors – Nintendo
4. Nintendoland – Nintendo
5. Skylanders Trap Team – Activision Blizzard
6. Super Mario 3D World – Nintendo
7. New Super Luigi U – Nintendo
8. Sonic : Lost World – Nintendo
9. Disney Infinity 2.0 – Disney Interactive Studios
10. FIFA 13 – Electronic Arts
1. Super Smash Bros. – Nintendo
2. Tomodachi Life – Nintendo
3. Fantasy Life – Nintendo
4. Frozen: Olaf’s Quest – 1st Playable
5. Mario Kart 7 – Nintendo
6. Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Nintendo
7. New Super Mario Bros. 2 – Nintendo
8. Pokemon X – Nintendo
9. The Lego Movie Videogame – Traveller’s Tales
10. Pokemon Y – Nintendo
There was a slew of GameCube inspired Wiimote attachments announced prior to E3 this year, where Nintendo officially announced the GameCube adapter for Wii U which prompted almost all clones to disappear from the market very quickly. It looks like Hori have decided to stay in the game with a particularly stylish controller however, set to be released on December 6 for 2980 yen. This Mario and Luigi themed GameCube inspired controller features a slightly larger d-pad and a turbo button with 3 settings.
Today Sakurai gives us a look at all the different customization options available for use in the console version:
Going clockwise from the top-left corner, here are the pictures that appear for Rules, Time Limit, Custom Fighters, Stage Choice, Damage Ratio, and Handicap.
In the Wii U version, you can customize additional rules from the beginning of the game. Here are the pictures displayed for Stock Time Limit, Team Attack, Pause Function, SD Penalty, Damage Display, and Score Display. You can almost hear Fox’s cry in the picture displayed for SD Penalty settings.