‘Super Smash Bros.’ DLC news: ‘Street Fighter’ writer Yoshinori Ono discusses characters, ‘Nintendo vs Capcom’
April 6, 2016 - Super Smash Bros
“Street Fighter” authorization diversion writer Yoshinori Ono suggested in an talk that “Street Fighter” character, aside from Ryu, he would like to see be partial of Nintendo’s renouned soldier locus diversion “Super Smash Bros.” for a Wiii U and 3DS. The diversion writer explained his enterprise to have impression variations for “Street Fighter” characters channel over to a game, as good as giving hints on a sum crossover diversion between Nintendo and Capcom, that is something identical to a strike crossover fighting diversion “Marvel vs. Capcom.”
In a new interview with YouTube channel Street Pass UK, Ono common a reason because Ryu was a initial “Street Fighter” impression to be combined as a DLC warrior for a soldier diversion “Super Smash Bros.” According to a producer, “Super Smash Bros.” diversion creator Masahiro Sakurai wanted a “Street Fighter” impression in a game, though he also wanted a “symbol” of a game, that in this case, is Ryu.
As for destiny additions, Ono pronounced that it might be probable that fans will see m�lange fighters from “Street Fighter” come instead of another “fireball” character.
“If we were to supplement more, I’m certain he’d wish a non-fireball character—to have some accumulation from Ryu,” Ono said. “It could be fun to have a fastener impression like Zangief and maybe Blanka could be fun—he could hurl towards a shade and behind again. Because he’s not appearing in Street Fighter V during a moment, he has some time on his hands and take a outing to another fighting game. That could be utterly fun.”
Ono also talked about not usually carrying characters form “Street Fighter” cranky over to “Super Smash Bros.” though carrying a sum crossover game—something like “Nintendo vs Capcom.”
“I consider it takes a lot of work to get a impression from a opposite array to work in another one,” he shared. “So we know Mr. Sakurai did a lot of work getting, for example, Ryu to fit in with other ‘Super Smash Bros.’ characters. we roughly wouldn’t wish to collect one and only go with only ‘Street Fighter.’ I’d rather see something like ‘Nintendo vs Capcom’ be done as it will be privately done for those characters to work that well.”