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Despite writing for a site based in the United States, I myself hail from the ever-wonderful Great Britain. As such, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U has only just released over here. Though I fully intend to get cracking with the game, I am most certainly not going to rush it for the sake of getting a review out. What this then means is that those waiting might have to be a little more patient as I smash my way through the massive brawler.

Super Smash Bros., from the looks of things, is a pretty big game, and I fully intend to get all I can out of it. This means playing all the modes available to me until I am satisfied that I have experienced all the game has to offer I am hoping to be done around two weeks from now. The time stated is a rough estimate, however, and be shorter, but time will certainly tell.

To make the waiting game a little easier, I have taken several photos of the brand spanking new Fight Pad from PDP, which you can see in the gallery below.

 

In summary, here is what we have planned:

  • A review on the PDP Fight Pad (Yoshi edition, because he is ace).
  • An Amiibo unboxing (Yoshi edition, because he is ace).
  • A review on an amiibo (Yoshi because well, you get the picture).
  • A review on Super Smash Bros for Wii U

 

Hopefully my little road map pleases all that are waiting for the review, keep an eye on Entertainment Buddha for all the updates on Smash and more.

 

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