Some new game modes and that’s pretty cool. I don’t SEE Target Smash anywhere, and that would be a weird omission, but we’ll see..
Character screen looks pretty packed, like there’s not really room for more than ~3 more charaters. Hopefully there’s some unlockables here.
LEVELS OMG. Maybe this is what I’m most excited to see. Paper Mario? RAINBOW ROAD? Find Mii, and Tomodachi Level? Plus glad to see some of my favorite levels as more than just “retro” levels. Corneria and Jungle Japes.
There’s SO MANY new items and I had them all typed out and a description, but I deleted it cause it was too long. Let’s just suffice to say, every item is awesome and highlghts of the list are BLUE SHELL AND BULLET BILL UNGH
The controls seems mostly the same. Only problem is I’m used to using the Classic Controller, so I’m used to that right Joystick to make Smash attacks, but I can get used to this way. I played as Mario first, because he’s who I’m most used to out of the open roster. Not all of their outfits are open yet either.
Megaman is… interesting. He doesn’t have a Punch attack. His A atack is a projectile and his B is another projectile. But his Forward Smash A, is a heavy projectile which is kind of cool. Overall, I don’t think I like Megaman. Though his ^B is like Sonic’s.
Villager seems fun. Not totally sure how I feel yet. From what I gather he can pocket moves, so that’s lulzy. I don’t see myself using either of the newbies in the Demo too much in the actual game though. He really seems like he’s gonna be a finesse player. Like I played as him and didn’t do to well, but I played against him, and WOW.
After playing a few more rounds as Villager, I can say, Wow, it takes some getting used to, but Man, he’s pretty cool.
Link got an updated Forward A, while running, and I love it. It’s a Jump Slash.
The 3D looks great. I can not wait to actually play the full game In October.
Jean Valjean in the first 10 minutes of the movie: I only stole a loaf of bread
literally me for the rest of Les Miserables:
Fun fact! ^This line in Aladdin was a reference to Les Miserables. They had it because the girl who did the voice for Jasmine’s singing, Lea Salonga, played Eponine on broadway and is one of the most famous Eponines ever. She also went on to play Fantine and was the singing voice of Mulan