Super Smash Bros Pic Of The Day 15.4.14: Final Destination version of Gerudo Valley

By Michael On 15 Apr, 2014 At 05:36 PM | Categorized As Smash Updates, Super Smash Bros | With 0 Comment

Like with Brawl, Sakurai will be providing daily updates on the development progress of Super Smash Bros For Wii U and 3DS through Miiverse.

Yesterday, Sakurai revealed Greninja’s Side B Special is indeed Shadow Sneak.

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Pic of the day. Here’s a very, very new fighter in the upcoming Smash games, Greninja. Greninja’s sophisticated moves are extremely fun to use once you get used to how it controls!

The side special attack Shadow Sneak is a move that makes Greninja suddenly disappear and ambush opponents. If you press and hold the button, Greninja will move a greater distance. Another unique feature is you can move Greninja around freely while charging up.

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Today’s update is a screenshot of the Final  Destinationversion of Gerudo Valley. Remember – that most stages will have a Final Destination version. Sakurai has a perfect summary of the differences between the normal version and the Final Destination version of Gerudo Valley.

Sakurai on Miiverse:

Pic of the day. This is the final destination version of Gerudo Valley. No more surprise visits from Koume and Kotake, and the bridge is gone. There are no distractions and there’s nowhere to run. And the score that plays in the background is “Gerudo Valley.”

You can make most stages turn into a final destination. Depending on the stage, it might be floating in midair or perched on a cliff.

For more information on Super Smash Bros for Wii U and Super Smash Bros for 3DS you can check out Mii-gamer’s Super Smash Bros archives.

 

Check out my Greninja Analysis!

Is Greninja A Clone Of Lucario? Special Moves, Final Smash and Play Style analysis for Super Smash Bros

Super Smash Bros For Wii U/3DS: Mega Man Analysis – Moves, Final Smash and Playstyle

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