Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Has A Stage From Yoshi’s Woolly World

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Super Smash Bros. for Wii U will have a stage from Yoshi’s Woolly World, director Masahiro Sakurai announced via Miiverse last night.

 

“This stage was added and developed quite near the end of development. The surfaces are soft and cushiony,” Sakurai wrote.

 

“The mobiles are placed in different locations depending on the situation, and they tilt according to weight distribution,” he added. “The stage also gets rearranged, so the ground may disappear temporarily during a remodel.”

 

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U will be released on November 21st in North America and November 28th in Europe.


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