Dec 20, 2018
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
In this episode:
and Beej have very different opinions of Smash Bros and it all
comes out in this episode. Do we Smash each other? Or our
- Super Smash Bros Ultimate on Nintendo Switch is the smashiest
Smash that ever smashed a smash.
- It’s a really good version of the game and it’s already my
- Mostly it’s great because everything (and everyone) is here
from older versions
- Plus the single player is the most built out that it’s ever
been with both Classic and World of Light modes.
- Small tweaks
- Brought back mid-air dodges
- You can see the bounds of the level when you’re off the
- Defense is less effective which speeds up the game
- The game is faster in general than the last two have been (Wii
U/3DS & Brawl)
- If you missed getting to experience all the DLC for the
Wii U version, it’s all in Ultimate on day 1.
- Mostly it’s an extremely refined and iterated version of
the last Smash for the Wii U
- Our histories with Smash Bros are entirely too long and
detailed to talk about in the notes. So you should absolutely go
and listen to the episode to hear what's up.
- And the question that really got the best discussion is:
Why does BJ hate Smash Bros but like fighting games AND Why
does Void dislike fighting games but like Smash
- Again, listen to the episode because this one...well, it's a
pretty good time. And it immediately made Beej go into his living
room and play Smash on the Wii U. Intrigued at how? Find out by
listening to the episode, friendo!
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