New Super Mario Bros. U was initially released as the Wii U’s flagship launch title in 2012. Seven years later, the game has been ported to Nintendo Switch with additional content and a new “Deluxe” subtitle. With the recent release of Super Mario Maker 2, is New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe still worth a look for the same price?
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (often shortened to Smash 4 or Sm4sh) was released worldwide on November 21st, 2014. Compared to its 3DS counterpart, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U features less unlockable content, and more characters and stages available from the beginning. Regardless, there are still a number of unlockables left to obtain.
The Super Smash Bros. series amiibo figures were first released on November 21, 2014. Since then, the amiibo metagame has come a long way, with hundreds of participating trainers and even more individual entries. The age of Smash 4 is coming to a close, and now it’s time to compile a list of the ten most influential amiibo in the history of the metagame.
We’re not talking about fighters as a whole here: instead, we’re talking about individual trainers’ amiibo that contributed to the development of the metagame. Without further ado, let’s get started with what may be our final Smash 4 post.
It’s time to revisit an age-old question. One that, three years later, is still submitted to our contact form on a daily basis: was the “Braindead stage” an effective amiibo training method? The short answer is no, but the long answer is why we’re here today: we are going to break down the “Braindead stage”, clickbait, and how misinformation nearly killed the amiibo training community.
A complete summary of Mii Gunner’s performance in Super Smash Bros. 4 can be found on the character’s information page. It includes strengths and weaknesses, AI quirks, and an archive of tournament representation and results.