Thursday, May 19th, 2022

Nintendo and Sakurai approve No More Heroes 3 Super Smash Bros. style boss battle

There was a time when Travis Touchdown was considered a good cry for the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Roster spot, but he was technically Did it Participating in the game as a Mii Fighter costume, the actual collaboration appeared in No More Heroes 3.

As anyone who has already played the game knows, No More Heroes 3 features some special games that change the normal formula of the game, often in other game genres or specific. Incorporates the features of famous titles.There is a risk of ruining the game for those who haven’t finished the game yet (return to safety now if necessary), the final boss battle very It turns out that Nintendo was completely on board, reminiscent of Super Smash Bros.

so interview Creator Goichi Suda, along with Siliconera, explains that both Nintendo and Masahiro Sakurai, the director of the smash series, actually blessed him to develop the final scene as he liked.

“Super Smash Bros. is a little different story. Actually, I wrote it in a mess. It started mainly as a joke.” OK, I’m going to have FU and Travis take it. Sumo-style battle. And each other, and hey! Let’s make it Super Smash Bros. style. ‘Writing and developing a complete rip-off of Super Smash Bros. style.When I saw it take shape, I thought it might be a problem because it was really a problem. Super Smash Bros.-y. It was really, really close to the actual game. I decided to change it or get rid of it altogether.

But before that, I actually talked to the people at Nintendo and asked them what they thought. I was a little surprised at what they said to me. keep it up! It’s really cool and I think it’s better to do this. If someone gives you s *** for it, we are responsible for it. We are not going to get angry. al right. ‘Sakurai himself said, “Yeah, this is cool.” You have my blessing. keep it up. ‘

I am really? Is this all right? And they were like “No, definitely”. completely. Do it. keep it up. ‘So, instead of changing to a different style so that the Smash Bros. aren’t stripped off, Nintendo basically told me to strip them off as much as possible. And that’s how it became like that boss battle. It started as a kind of ridiculous joke, and those who cared about it demanded not only to support it, but to maintain it. “

You can see the fight itself from the 20 minute mark in the video below, but be aware that the clip contains a lot of bad words.

You can read the full interview with Siliconera with Goichi Suda here..