Super Smash Bros. Director Ponders Link’s Moveset In The New Game

By Ishaan . November 11, 2013 . 11:36am

Super Smash Bros. director Masahiro Sakurai doesn’t just use his Miiverse column to post screenshots of the game, but also to occasionally lends bits and pieces of insight into the development process. Among the latest batch of screenshots is one of Link’s Downward Strike move, which currently serves as his Meteor Smash—a move that launches airborne opponents downward—in the game.

 

Sakurai writes: “Link’s downward strike was designed to change to a Meteor Smash when the tip of the sword is aligned just right at the start. However, it will be removed if it’s deemed too powerful overall after some multiplayer play tests.”

 

Sakurai also shared a new image of Fire Emblem’s Marth, who was revealed as a playable character last week, noting that he has been given a full makeover, incorporating elements from Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and newer games.

 


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