In this week’s issue of Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu, the creator and director of Super Smash Bros., Masahiro Sakurai, says that development on the game isn’t finished yet. When a fan questioned him on how it feels to have finished with the development on Super Smash Bros., Sakurai replied:

“I’m not done yet… Game development is very hard. You cannot get through it without sacrificing everything, including your own private life, and you often get hurt. However, I’m grateful that so many people have been involved, for the games that are completed, and all the people who play the games.”

Sakurai reiterates that you will be able to use your 3DS as a controller for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U – of course, we already knew that. He also reveals that sharing of both Mii fighters and customized fighters between the Wii U and 3DS versions of the game will be possible. He also mentions that an announcement will be coming soon – possibly in the form of a Nintendo Direct – which will highlight the “true potential of Smash Bros.” for the Wii U version.

How exciting! Hopefully the announcement will happen soon; the anticipation is intense! Are you as pumped as I am?

Source: Famitsu (via Gamnesia)

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