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Smash Bros. Gets Story-Driven Single Player Campaign 81

Posted by Zonk
from the fancy-lad-takes-on dept.
If you were wondering how they could make the upcoming Smash Bros. Brawl even better than its predecessors, the official Dojo site has some great news for Nintendo fans. Via Game|Life comes the news that Brawl will feature a fully-fleshed out single-player sidescrolling campaign. Called 'The Subspace Emissary', it appears to explore the stories of the individual characters and their interactions with each other. "This time, though, we've managed to create a complete side-scrolling action game. It's storyline isn't overwrought--it's hastened along by a bunch of quick movies ... The Adventure mode also emphasizes character development. You'll see many famous characters persevering under the weight of their personal histories, shouldering their unique burdens... It's really something you won't see anywhere else." While obviously folks like Link and Mario will feature heavily, it's worth pointing out that this will be the first time in more than 15 years that Kid Icarus' Pit will get any sort of 'plot development' in a videogame.
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Smash Bros. Gets Story-Driven Single Player Campaign

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  • *drool* (Score:4, Funny)

    by danbert8 (1024253) on Friday August 03, 2007 @08:20AM (#20100055)
    (This post should be blank, because words cannot be expelled with all the drool. However using parenthetical statements allows me to convey omniscient thoughts without giving the idea of words, thus I can tell you that I really can't wait to play some serious smash bros. I kinda thought Melee was disappointing, because it never had the sheer madness that was the original, but the game was very unbalanced, especially in favor of DK [that big ape should not be able to move so fast].)
  • Oh god... (Score:3, Funny)

    by UbuntuDupe (970646) * on Friday August 03, 2007 @08:22AM (#20100073) Journal
    I'd love to hear their explanation of how Zelda, Mario, and Samus (for starters) ended up in the same time and place ...
  • by thefirelane (586885) on Friday August 03, 2007 @08:44AM (#20100379)
    Doug: In episode 2F09, when Itchy plays Scratchy's skeleton like a xylophone, he strikes the same rib twice in succession, yet he produces two clearly different tones. I mean, what are we to believe, that this is some sort of a [the three nerds chuckle] magic xylophone or something? Boy, I really hope somebody got fired for that blunder.
  • by AKAImBatman (238306) <akaimbatman AT gmail DOT com> on Friday August 03, 2007 @08:48AM (#20100431) Homepage Journal
    Aliens.

    You need to watch more TV and read more books. Aliens always abduct people and put them in competitions that would be pointless under any circumstance other than a fourth-wall breech of the universe by all-knowing aliens. And if you don't believe me, try reading Walter Farley's Black Stallion series. When he wanted to do a cross-over between Black and the "secret" Island Horse flame, who fixed the continuity problems so they could both race? That's right, aliens did it.

    You'd think that a race of beings with technology superior enough to travel between universes would have something better to do than kidnap folks from their homes and force them to participate in some sort of competition. (A competition that the contestants always seem more than willing to compete in?)

    See also: A wizard did it! [tvtropes.org]
  • by hal2814 (725639) on Friday August 03, 2007 @09:03AM (#20100613)
    Why didn't anyone tell me my butt was this big?
  • the robots (Score:3, Funny)

    by Allison Geode (598914) on Friday August 03, 2007 @11:44AM (#20103129)
    the robot thingies that come out of the airship look like fruit-fuckers.

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