Tether Recovery Has Increased Range In The New Super Smash Bros. Games

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Tether Recovery is back in the new Super Smash Bros. game. Director Masahiro Sakurai showed the feature off in a new screenshot on Miiverse, featuring Samus and Link.

 

“Tether recovery? Yes, you can! And from even longer range than before,” Sakurai wrote. “Multiple fighters can latch on—who actually grabs hold is determined by the same rules as the standard ledge grab.”

 

Super Smash Bros. will be available on Nintendo 3DS this Summer and on Wii U in Winter.


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