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#1 Edited by DeF (5434 posts) -

Yo!

Since Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS will have very different content (wholly different modes, different stages) and will as we now know, release at different points in time, should they each get their separate page? I would say it makes sense. The only thing they will have in common is their character roster, everything else will be different.

What sayeth you?

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#2 Posted by BeachThunder (15117 posts) -

The problem is that, like Pokemon, the two games are promoted as a single entity.

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#3 Posted by aajf (239 posts) -

@beachthunder: Not sure that really holds when they will release months apart.

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#4 Edited by RJPelonia (927 posts) -

I agree with this idea. Feature-wise, I feel the two titles are different enough to be seen as two separate entities, just as Pokemon Yellow is separate from Pokemon Red/Blue.

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#5 Posted by DeF (5434 posts) -

The problem is that, like Pokemon, the two games are promoted as a single entity.

They were until now. Tuesday's Smash Direct changed that. They have become very distinct products.

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#6 Posted by Hailinel (25785 posts) -

@def: They're still being marketed as one with features that connect them.

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#7 Posted by StarvingGamer (11517 posts) -

Given that the 3DS version of Super Street Fighter IV is rolled into the all-encompassing SSFIV page, I'd say there's precedent for Smash 3DS and Smash WiiU to stay as one page.