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Smash Bros Screen Shows New Edge Hanging Changes

Super Smash Bros.
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Fighting game enthusiasts have been on edge about waiting the long haul for the inevitable release of the next Super Smash Bros. Luckily, Masahiro Sakurai, the director of the upcoming Smash title, posted on a the MiiVerse hinting Smash fighters hanging on the edge are in for some changes.

According to Sakurai’s post (with the following provided image below), a ledge-grabber’s period of invincibility will change according to their air time and accumulated damage before actually reaching it, this alter the split second of invincibility players had while hanging off of ledges in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. “Grab controls will no longer be affected by whether you have above or below 100% damage,” Sakurai said.

Stay tuned as we continue to be the Master Hand of providing information about the upcoming Super Smash Bros. title, which will be dropping on the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS later this year.

Super Smash Bros.
Nintendo

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