Rumor: Professor Layton May Be Joining a Smash Bros Roster
August 23, 2015 - Super Smash Bros
In a extravagantly renouned Professor Layton nonplus games for a Nintendo DS and 3DS systems, a suggested highbrow creates a name for himself elucidate a many extraordinary mysteries via a land. The latest poser revolves around a puzzle-solver himself, as word on a travel has it that he might be entrance to a Wii U and 3DS versions of Super Smash Bros. as an arriving DLC character.
It should go though observant that this news, like any other rumor, should be taken with a pellet of salt or two. However according to Twitter user @LaytonSmash, Christopher Robin Miller – who has lent his voice to Professor Layton in each English instrumentation in a array – has kind of arrange of maybe reliable his inclusion in a game. The story goes like this: someday in July, someone beheld Mr. Miller’s name on a Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS IMDb page, once again behaving a partial of Professor Layton (it’s still there, actually). When this was brought to his courtesy on Twitter, Miller replied observant that it simply wasn’t true.
That seemed to finish a review until yesterday, when an plain Miller returned to that specific chatter to prove that he was, in fact, providing his melodic tones to a good highbrow once more, though in a some-more action-packed role.
Who wants to contend it? My physique can’t enclose a hype. Someone fill in a blank. _____ in Smash. pic.twitter.com/IXiq5Ejbcg
— Layton For Smash! (@LaytonSmash) August 22, 2015
The @LaytonSmash Twitter comment has given been going a bit crazy, perplexing to work out if a new respond has been interpreted wrongly and he’s not fasten Super Smash Bros., or if Miller spilled a beans before he was ostensible to. Miller’s Twitter comment has long been protected, so usually authorized supporters can see his tweets. Perhaps he doesn’t know how a internet works, and approaching people to keep still if he gave them some inside info. Who’s to say?
Several non-violent characters such as Animal Crossing‘s Villager, a Wii Fit Trainer, and R.O.B. have all done warn appearances in a series, and even Professor Layton‘s case-cracking reflection Phoenix Wright had a possibility to duke it out in 2011’s Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Remembering this and a fact that Nintendo has been holding suggestions for new fighters in their Smash Bros. Fighter Ballot (which is still open until Oct. 3, by a way), anything is possible.