The creator of Smash Bros. has recently made the following statement about the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS versions of the long-awaited game.
The Wii U version will have more detail and “bigger stages as seen on previous home consoles”- which is to be expected. And regarding the 3DS version, he highlights the fact that the 3DS version, though displayed through screenshots, really has to be played to be appreciated. He points out the fact “that everything on 3DS is designed for that screen, and that’s where they look the best.” He then went on to say “Too bad we can’t show everybody what it looks like on the system.” Well Sakurai, too bad you aren’t familiar with the eShop where developers have allowed demos of their games to be played (and seen in person) for years!
What do you guys think? Should a downloadable demo version of Smash Bros be available so that people can “appreciate” its graphics? Also, what sort of ‘connectivity’ do you expect from the 3DS and Wii U versions as he had previously mentioned? Sound off in the comments!