YouTubers SoKrispyMedia show us why Smash Bros. with a VR headset in first person view would be problematic and hard to play.
Super Smash Bros. is not a traditional fighting series. There are no health bars, no walled-in arenas, and no fatalities. But there are millions of fans. And while dozens of fighting franchises have a fanbase, there’s none quite like the competitive Smash community.
This morning’s Nintendo Direct was chock full of new Amiibo toys and Amiibo-enable games. Here’s how the colourful pieces of plastic will work in Nintendo’s upcoming titles, including the one you might have to delete existing Smash Bros. Amiibo data to play.