Super Smash Bros. Brawl mod 'Project M' hits version 3.5

The Project M mod for Super Smash Bros. Brawl is carrying on, releasing a trailer for its 3.5 version.


With Super Smash Bros. set to hit on Wii U next week, it brings into question the future of a certain popular Smash-related mod. Worry not about the Brawl-mod Project M, however. The team is carrying on and has released a trailer for the upcoming 3.5 update.

Project M was originally designed to help fix many of the more undesirable elements of Super Smash Bros. Brawl, like the flighty movement and the random slipping. It also added many previous elements of Super Smash Bros. Melee, like some of the stages and characters that didn't make the jump to Brawl. Project M has since grown to become a favorite for many Smash fans, even finding its way to the professional fighting game circuit.

It still remains to be seen what happens to Project M once Super Smash Bros. for Wii U brings the series to a new generation. For now, it looks like it'll stay on its path, adding higher-definition stages (including those from the N64 Smash and Melee), new costumes, and an updated Subspace Emissary and Event mode.

Check out all of the changes Project M has made in the video below. To learn how to run Projcet M on your standard and Homebrew Wii, visit the Project M website for full instructions.

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