Devil_Rising wrote:Who said anything about "weeping"? I said there was zero point, regardless of what Sakurai claims (because Nintendo decided before they even had him make the game that it would be on both platforms), in having TWO versions of the game. It has always been a home consoles series. Why put it on 3DS now? If anything, considering the 3DS' already-much-higher install base, it might just cannibalize the Wii U versions' sales.
What I SAID, was that there should not be any such nonsense like the 3DS having characters/stages/etc. the Wii U version doesn't. I'm certainly not going to be buying both versions, and shouldn't have to. The Wii U version should be considered the "main version" of the game, and it should have all content within it, period. Like I said, the 3DS version just seems incredibly unnecessary. Who wants to play Smash Bros. on a tiny screen, with GC-era graphics?
Speak for yourself, dude. As I see it, the 3DS version won't be having exclusive characters or stages.
Yes, Nintendo decided to have versions for both platforms but Sakurai is the main director of both games, what he says is what is done. So in his little chat with Iwata he said the 3DS version would be better for a personal experience.
So chill out, you will still get the "full-experience" with the "main version", which is the Wii U version.
Then again, that's my opinion. I'm not bitter about having either or both versions, since I haven't even seen what they can do.