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Yes you can, direct quote from the Smashbros website: You can play with a number of different controllers in the Wii U version. [...] Nintendo 3DS and 2DS systems You can use Nintendo 3DS and 2DS systems as controllers, as long as you have a copy of Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS for each system. The mention: "for each system" ...
The only thing you can call a limit, is the weight limit. What it does is indicate you how heavy your level is - if you had enough ground, you could place springs everywhere and call it a day. So yes, there is a limit, but it isn't big.
It is possible to save them, but it is for certain games that support it (like M&S @ Sochi and Wii Fit U). But beyond that? No. Because the Wii U is a home console, and not a handheld, it would have no use no matter what.
Yes, they use the physics seen in those games. You can use those physics to your advantage in making a level, so its best to experiment with them all to get the BEST experience for your players.
From what I can gather the only ways of getting past the PIN screen is: Talking to whomever you bought it from Getting in touch with Nintendo Guessing the PIN, like @pinckerman says https://www.reddit.com/r/wiiu/comments/2g7d5o/need_help_getting_into_my_wii_u_that_i_bought/
I believe the more stats you have in it, the better you will do, offence can be boosted through use of combos, as with technique. for defence and bonus im not sure. But i do know that my level 95 weavile gets 5 star matches 90% of the time, so it could be a level thing.
Turn your Wii U off. Insert USB Stick. Wii U will ask you to format the stick. Click on Format. (ALL DATA ON THE STICK WILL BE LOST!!!) Refer to this page: http://en-americas-support.nintendo.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/2439/~/how-to-move-or-copy-data-to-and-from-a-single-external-storage-device Enjoy! Also, your computer won't be able to read the USB ...
Yes, it is possible, but quite difficult. From Smash Wiki (emphasis mine): In Brawl and Smash U, functions that can be assigned to the C-stick are: [...] Special: Tilt the stick to do the special that corresponds to that direction. This is known as B-sticking. Tilting the stick in one horizontal direction while holding the control stick in the ...
You can't, neutral/special attacks (assuming you've got the default layout on your controller) are made pressing the B or A button without moving the left joystick. The right joystick is only used to do smash attacks, and, smash attacks are all directional and there is no neutral smash. This is the default layout of the controller
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