Super Smash Bros. has made its long-awaited debut on the Nintendo 3DS. The handheld fighter is finally on North American shelves, with many digital shoppers already picking it up from the 3DS eShop. Our review has been up for about a week, but there's still more that needs to be said about the series' jump to Nintendo's handheld.
With that said, Andrew picks up the Shacknews hotline and reaches out to yours truly to discuss the finer points of Smash Bros., the controls, the online play, and who we're currently busting heads with. Check out the full interview below.
Ozzie Mejia posted a new article, Super Smash Bros. for 3DS: the Shacknews post-mortem.
Now that Super Smash Bros. for 3DS is out in stores today, Andrew and I discuss the game as a whole, including its controls, new game modes, online play, and who we're busting heads with.
I got to say, I was playing online for hours lag free, and then one guy with a slow connection joined and caused Smash to crawl; but overall, Nintendo's online solution for Smash works and it works really well.
This was pretty good