July 16th and 17th were the wake and funeral of former Nintendo president Satoru Iwata. There’s no way Kirby and Smash Bros. creator Masahiro Sakurai was not going to attend.
“My mind went white and even now the reality hasn’t sunk in.” wrote Smash Bros. creator Masahiro Sakurai, recalling when he heard the news that Nintendo president Satoru Iwata had passed away.
Sometimes, downloadable content is okay. Other times, DLC is anything but. Smash Bros. creator Masahiro Sakurai explains the difference.
It’s been over two years since Smash Bros. creator, Masahiro Sakurai, first revealed that he was suffering from calcific tendinitis in his right shoulder and while from his tone, it appears his condition has improved, he obviously has not yet fully recovered.
But aren't we all? Yes, yes, Steam is a pretty decent online store. At least Smash Bros. creator, Masahiro Sakurai, thinks so. Maybe he could, you know, make a game to sell there.
The potential cost of a great game.
From the sound of it, Smash Bros. creator Masahiro Sakurai has had enough. However, that doesn't mean there won't be more Smash Bros. games in the future. There just might not be Masahiro Sakurai Smash Bros. games.
The latest Smash Bros. came out on the 3DS in Japan on September 13th, 3 weeks before its release in the West. The Wii U version came out in the US last week. It won't be out in Japan for another week. What gives?
According to the numbers, the champ boxer may not be as good as some believe.
Director Masahiro Sakurai reflects on his workload on the latest Super Smash Bros., and holy hell, what a workload it is.
With Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS out, creator Masahiro Sakurai's job is only half done. When one fan asked him how it felt to be done with the development on Super Smash Bros., he replied, "I'm not done yet..."
The Super Smash Bros. series has always had a wide variety of characters to choose from, and the roster for the latest Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS is no different. So how did the series creator, Masahiro Sakurai, choose who would be in it?
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS is completed, but series creator Masahiro Sakurai's job isn't done yet. There's still the Wii U version to come. But in the meantime, he answers some fan questions.
The next Smash Bros., Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS, will be featuring newcomers like Mega Man, the Wii-fit exercise instructor, and the latest announcement from E3, Pac-Man. But, much like the newly announced Mii Warrior, this wasn't the first opportunity for him to join the Smash Bros. cast.
The addition of Miis as playable characters in the upcoming Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS opens up a realm of possibilities for players, but this is not the first time the series creator has toyed with the idea.
This week in his semi-weekly column, Super Smash Bros. creator, Masahiro Sakurai talks about VR technology and how it can make his dreams come true.
One of the features of the new Smash Bros. games that was revealed in creator Masahiro Sakurai's Nintendo Direct was the Global Smash Power system. While most people may have overlooked it as a vague ranking system, it offers much more potential than you would think at first glance.
When it comes to the teases Nintendo's been doling out for the upcoming Smash Bros. games, the Wii U's been getting most of the love. There've only been a few scant glimpses of the 3DS version. The latest screens of the portable all-star brawler shows what a level based on Super Mario 3D Land will look like.