‘Super Smash Bros: Reloaded’ Brings An Added Competitive Touch To SSB Wii U
May 24, 2016 - Super Smash Bros
The Super Smash Brothers franchise is no foreigner when it comes to mods. Until Nintendo close it down, a Project M mod for Brawl was a customary for many in a Smash village who favourite a altogether pattern for Brawl but wanted a mechanics from Melee.
Now, interjection to modder Y.2.K, Super Smash Brothers for Wii U is removing a identical diagnosis with a introduction of Super Smash Brothers: Reloaded.
Very most like a Project M mod that came before it, a goal of Reloaded is to “make a diversion some-more competitively focused, adding theatre changes, new costumes, and eventually, changing each singular impression in a diversion to make a diversion some-more quick paced and competitive.”
Since Reloaded is still in a infancy, it doesn’t offer too most that separates it from a vanilla game. For now, all it offers is:
– Custom Title Screen
– Space Battlefield Stage, i.e., a customary Battlefield Stage though in space
– Hazardless Midgar
– Hazardless Jungle Hijinks
– Hazardless DreamLand 64
– Hazardless Castle Siege
– Hazardless Norfair (Y.2.K warns that it’s still cart and some kinks need to be worked out)
– Hazardless Hyrule Castle 64
As we can see, for a time being, Reloaded‘s primary interest is a try to mislay all a hazards from several stages, creation them tournament-viable. There are already some stages that have this quality, though they are few in number, and personification them regularly can fast get monotonous. These new stages offer to piquancy things adult and mislay their progressing iterations off a anathema list.
Y.2.K isn’t interlude during merely a few hazardless stages, either; he already has a list of designed additions in a wings, that include:
– One Custom Costume For Each Character
– A Refined User Interface
– Change How a Menus Function
– Tournament Legal Big Battlefield
– More Hazardless Stages
– Custom Music and Sounds
– Custom Announcer ( Y.2.K isn’t certain about this, though it’s something he hopes to supplement after down a line)
In conclusion, Y.2.K warns that Reloaded is not meant to be a devout inheritor to Project M by any means. Rather, he asserts a mod is simply a means for him to demonstrate himself and uncover off what it can do for a community.
Hopefully, this means Reloaded won’t go out of control like Project M did and eventually get close down by Nintendo. In a end, however, we’ll only have to wait and see what happens.
A couple to download a Super Smash Bros.: Reloaded mod is accessible here.