The evolution of Smash Bros. graphics

Dan On January 31, 2008 31.01.2008 with 16 Comments

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Are you satisfied with the progression?

16 Responses to “The evolution of Smash Bros. graphics”

  1. DonWii says:

    It’s working now.

    Yes.

  2. Guch says:

    Link just proves beastly.

  3. bonwii says:

    too bad it isn’t ps3 graphics

  4. Roddy says:

    Bonwii, that’s got to be the most retarded comment ever. What exactly in those images isn’t awesome? You needed Link to be sweating? Youd only be happy if you could see every strand of Mario’s ‘stach? Please…

  5. peshue says:

    Really ups the ante for other developers, I wonder if it’ll be like melee and cntinue to be one of the best looking games on the system.

  6. deepthought says:

    looks sharp! though i’ve always thought link should have brown hair. Apparently he’s setting the trend though: link, bond, sam jackson… such a fashion savy elf

  7. Ipergorilla says:

    That’s pretty impressive if you think that the Wii CPU an GPU are just “a die-shink and a overclock of gamecube’s ones”

  8. droop4 says:

    Just awesome… that just proves that you dont need ps3 graphics to make a awe looking game on the Wii.

  9. Dustin says:

    I’m going to go with droop4 on this. I watched some vids and if nothing else this game does look really good. Is it PS3? No, but it is certainly the best I’ve seen, better than even Mario Galaxy which looks great.

  10. johnnymilkshark says:

    Any true Smash fan knows that graphics don’t really matter in this series… However I’m excited about how polsihed the new game looks.

  11. Soup says:

    but why the fixation on Link Crotch Shots? those bright white tights will haunt my nightmares…

  12. andy says:

    i guess 99 was a really long time ago

  13. KillerHeroes says:

    Pretty nice. I wish they had done all the characters. I want to see the progression of all the major characters.

  14. Will says:

    Its pretty nice seeing as how you can have a fast pace fighting game, with multiple character, tons of background animations, and tons and tons of items, and special effects with no slow down.

    I’d say the progression is clean and well done.

  15. Luigifan14 says:

    Pretty freakin’ intense.

  16. The new Smash certainly looks nice, but I have to say that there isn’t much graphic progression in these two character models going from Melee to Brawl. It might look that way due to a more realistic style for both characters, though.
    And I haven’t even considered the time span. The leap from 1999 Smash to 2001 Smash is infinitesimally more profound than from 2001 to 2007. (2cts. Mine.)

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