Smash Bros Wii U, 3DS 'shouldn't have been publicly announced' - Sakurai

Series creator says development hasn't even begun

Nintendo's announcement of Super Smash Bros on Wii U and 3DS came a little too early for series creator Masahiro Sakurai.

There was nothing to show of the game at the company's E3 press conference (not even a logo) because development hasn't even started and won't do until Kid Icarus Uprising is complete, he said in a Tweet (via Andriasang).


"We really shouldn't have announced it for the general public at this timing, but since we have to assemble staff, we made the notice," Sakurai added.

"The future will change depending on the strength of the gathered developers," he later said, also noting that possible characters haven't been given any thought yet.

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[ SOURCE: Andriasang ]