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‘Super Smash Bros 4’ Wii U and 3DS attack item further discussed and showcased

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A returning item in “Super Smash Bros 4” for Wii U and 3DS has been further discussed and showcased. According to a report from Mii Gamer on March 13, Masahiro Sakurai confirmed that the Motion-Sensor Bomb would be hard to spot in the forthcoming dual-platform software product.

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As a result, the attack item is going to be very effective when used. The action in “Super Smash Bros 4” for Wii U and 3DS will be fast-paced while the camera can move far away to accommodate all players. These factors should make the Motion-Sensor Bomb, which detonates when someone gets close to it, harder to spot. You can find a screen showcasing the size of the item, along with other shots from the video game, in the slideshow to the left of this article and the comments from Masahiro Sakurai below:

The tiny Motion-Sensor Bomb is hard to see. If you get any closer, it’s dangerous. I warned you.

The Motion-Sensor Bomb has been in every single installment of the “Super Smash Bros” series. However, the item has been redesigned with each new release. For the fourth main title, the development team decided to decrease the size of the explosive.

The item will be included in both Wii U and 3DS releases of “Super Smash Bros 4.” Nintendo is planning to release the upcoming video game before the end of this year in North American and many other regions.


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