Even the
greatest of work-horses deserve a break. Smash
Bros.
creator Masahiro Sakurai, for example, is so dedicated to his creation
that he now lives within walking distance of the development studio, claiming
that time lost commuted “is out of the
question
.” However, like the rest of us, Sakurai too gets a lunch break, a
time he spends testing the upcoming Super
Smash Bros.
title, and he claims that the game is more fun than its
predecessors.

“At
this point, the new Smash Bros. is fun, more so than Melee or Brawl. However,
we have to work to keep things dynamic and not over-fine-tune the balance. If
we aim for complete fairness, there won’t be any personality to it. By the way,
I almost always win in these battles. I’m no wimp at this by now,
apparently.” – Masahiro Sakurai

Perhaps it’s
not surprising that Sakurai prefers the new title, but what do you think? How
will Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS
and Wii U compare to its own history?

Source: Polygon

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