- Jul 10, 2017
hmmm what say you?
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Rosalina wasn't there to start either.Easy. Every Nintendo character, except Luigi. You'll have to wait for an update to play as him.
Did you mean to list Sonic twice?Ok so let’s say that they used touchscreen controls and built these new mechanics from the ground up and had say.. 15 unique characters..
now that the ideas in my head, I want this to happen.
Didn't stop them with Mario Kart.lol guys they wouldn't want to draw people away from the actual game and lose sales. It would be a cheap imitation of Smash and probably only offer the bare minimum to keep it considered as still Smash.
Deluxe is still a pretty good seller as old as it is.Granted I don't have game apps and don't know what the Mario Kart app fully offers, Mario Kart for the Switch has been out since the Switch launch date. So the games shouldn't really be competing that much from that time gap. It would make less sense for a Smash app to be revealed this soon or when dlc is still being added to be bought. If they do make a Smash game app, they should hold off for at least two years like Mario Kart did.
Here's how the process of unlocking characters goes: They'll bring back this comfy mode, but the catch... it only accepts real money.Having played nearly every Nintendo mobile offering I get the feeling they'd gacha style the roster. You'd start with maybe Mario or Kirby and have to unlock everyone else through "smash balls".
The characters would naturally have levels, something to grind up their stats with.
It'll take five Smash Balls to attempt to unlock something and you can get dupes of the same character. Don't worry though because you can Smash Fuse these characters into a stronger version of themselves and get stat increases as a result.
They'll also add Geno, Waluigi, Rex and Isaac as an incentive to force you to pay for the premium account. You can unlock them totally free but their drop rate is something like 0.23% whilst you can guarantee them if you're willing to fork out £19.99 or $25 for the "Smash Master pack"
Every character will eventually get added but the starter roster (who you have to unlock) would be somewhat like this:
If you think Snake is more popular than say, Ryu, you seem to be deluding yourself. His presence in the demo (which I didn't even know about) is easily enough explained as him being back.I've considered Ryu and Pac-Man for the Demo version, but Snake and Banjo and Kazooie are chosen due to popularity. Plus Snake was in Ultimate's Demo.
I may change it however.