Matt Hadick

aka Matthew Hadick

  • I live in San Francisco, CA
  • My occupation is Community Development Associate
  • I am Male
  • Matt Hadick

    User DrWeeGee on the Super Smash Bros. Subreddit has compiled a compilation of the changes that have been made to the game's system, menu, and characters with the most recent patch.

    Check out the changes here and let us know what you think!

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  • Matt Hadick

    Now that we've all had some time to familiarize ourselves with Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U's new set of brawlers, we think it's a perfect time to put our heads together and gather the best tips and tricks for each of the game's famous fighters -- and we need your help! Leave a comment detailing your battle tactics for specific fighters and your tip will be added to this page!

    I'll get things started with a few examples:

    • Pac-Man's down-special produces a fire hydrant that sprays water horizontally across the level. Though the water doesn't do any damage, you can time a smash attack with the spray to catch your opponents off guard. Also, if you manage to hit an enemy with the fire hydrant when you unleash it, you'll do a ton of …

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  • Matt Hadick

    We've known for a while that Nintendo would be hosting a Super Smash Bros. invitational tournament at this year's E3, where professional contenders will face off against one another in the upcoming Super Smash Bros. game for Wii U – but, until today, Nintendo has been quiet about the particulars of the event.

    In a video released today, Nintendo revealed the following details about the event:

    • Tuesday June 10th, 4pm-6:30pm PST
    • Watch Live on Twitch
    • Nokia Theatre in LA

    • Little Mac
    • Zero Suit Samus
    • Marth
    • Mega Man
    • Pikachu
    • Mario
    • Samus
    • Rosalina & Luma
    • Pikmin & Olimar
    • Bowser
    • Wii Fit Trainer
    • Pit
    • Villager
    • Link
    • Kirby
    • Sonic
    • Donkey Kong
    • Greninja
    • Zelda
    • Fox

    • "Players will choose a single character for the whole tournament from a limited roster through a special draft."
    • Single-Elimin…

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  • Matt Hadick

    Nintendo premiered another one of its ever-informative Nintendo Direct videos this afternoon, this one dedicated entirely to filling fans in on the upcoming Super Smash Bros. titles for 3DS and Wii U. It was presented by the game's director, the esteemed Masahiro Sakurai.

    Nintendo announced that, contrary to expectations, the games will be releasing at separately times. The game will land first for 3DS in Summer 2014, with the Wii U version slated for a Winter 2014 release. Both versions will feature the same characters, but each will have its own set of dedicated levels. Sakurai also confirmed that there will be interesting ways to connect the two versions, but didn't go into any detail.

    The online mode will be very similar on both 3DS and …

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