Smash Bros Update: 11-24-14

For today’s Smash Bros. update, it gives players the choice to play and toggle with the music pre-loaded into the game, which can also be unlocked through various ways by playing the actual game. Sakurai give us an insight on the music selection for the game. With the tracks listed in the red with REMIX, it indicates that the track was made or changed specifically for the Super Smash Bros. game. As seen above, Theme from Area 6/ Missile Slipstream are some of the tracks which were made to fit into the game. Other tracks without the REMIX in red means that they were pulled out straight from a previous game without any changes. Here’s what Mr. Sakurai had to say today for the Pic of the Day.

 

Pic of the day. Here’s a little tidbit about the song names in My Music. The tracks with a red icon are song arrangements made for this game, and the ones with the black icons are arrangements from past versions. What might be a little confusing is that some track names from Super Smash Bros. Melee are now stage names for this version. The track Corneria from Melee isn’t a song that plays in Corneria in the original game, but we couldn’t change the name of the track. Sorry for any confusion.

In addition, Sakurai also gave us a look at the track list for the F-zero stage in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U

We’ve included four versions of the Mute City music tracks. The regular Mute City track is from Melee, Ver. 2 is from Brawl and Ver. 3 was specifically arranged for the 3DS and Wii U versions. The track from the original game is in here too. This game probably has the most music tracks compared to any other game.

You can also listen to various sound bites, such as the Koopalings, and other characters in the game as well as enemies that are in the game.

In Sounds, you can even listen to voices of some enemies. Metal Face has as many voice variations as the fighters…He’ll say something a little different when Shulk is on the field.

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