You can clearly see Song's name before first match starts anyway.I can't hear anything except spanish babble so I'm just gonna take your word for it.
Forgot about that.You can clearly see Song's name before first match starts anyway.
A single theme from Wario Land: Shake It! won't do, we need something like Crescent Moon Village or Out of the Woods.Forgot about that.
I'd be surprised if they didn't just recycle all the old tracks again.
I mean they didn't exactly have a ton of them.
And I also wouldn't be surprised (though still disappointed) if we didn't get any new Wario tracks...
Maybe he'll be working with the villains again, like in SSE.Wait, I just realized Wario was never shown in the World of Light trailer, AT ALL. I'm not saying he won't be in it, but it's a little weird. Maybe he was in it, but I never saw him.
I don't think he is, since I never saw any villains to begin with. Even some of the baddies were on the good side.Maybe he'll be working with the villains again, like in SSE.
If he is, I wish they would have him wear his classic outfit this time. He was never a villain in his WarioWare outfit, it doesn't feel right.
Yeah, the villain seems to be its own entity (Galeem) with goals opposed to pretty much the entire cast list. The heroes and villains seem to both be on the same side in Ultimate cause of that.I don't think he is, since I never saw any villains to begin with. Even some of the baddies were on the good side.
Despite being an immature scene, it reveals a little bit. For example, he has Brawl voices (unfortunately), and his buttons are officially shown as white, not just at a demo of the game where there's no gameplay shown of default overalls Wario. Also, his up-taunt is noticeably quicker.
Gotta love those Wario fart jokes, truly a very original thing to do with Wario that captures the very essence of what he is all about, in a new, creative and fun mann-I can't even finish that.
I kind of took it as it referencing how in the Smash Universe, people's attacks don't necessarily correlate to how things work in their own universe.
Yet ANOTHER Wario fart reference!1!1!1
Seriously, at this point I'm convinced that the Smash team confused Wario for a South Park canadian.
Funny thing that Chargin' Chuck debuted 2 years before Wario himself.Fuck yeah Captain Syrup!
There's a spirit battle against 4 Warios (3:11) with Chargin' Chuck Spirits, that has them spam the Shoulder Charge.
I know it's meant to represent the mooks, but in the context of Smash it also feels like a borderline apology, for it's much despised removal in For.
Everyone is here:She's back
in pog form