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It depends on age & liking. In my opinion the WiiU is a console for the smaller childeren with games like mario cart etc. While the xbox & ps offer more mature games. Like killzone & halo. Then you have to look to the exclusive games like halo(xbox) en killzone/uncharted(ps). Which do you and your kid enjoy more. And then there is the budget. ...
As Amiibo level up, their stats will increase. This will lead to Amiibo being statistically more powerful than other players when custom characters are turned off. You can customize how their stats increase by feeding them equipment, but they will increase even if you don't. The total of Amiibo stats (attack + defense + speed) cannot exceed 120. Amiibo's ...
There have been many requests in previous smash games about the screen shake as well. No such option was given then, and no such option is available now.
There's nothing more to unlock via the stage builder. With any luck, Nintendo will add content in subsequent updates.
Unfortunately, so far it seems like you can't. The stage builder seemed like such a cool idea, but the fact that drawing anything precise is impossible, it's incredibly difficult to place grabbable edges, and lack of obstacles/moving parts kind of let me down. I'm sure someone more creative than I can utilize it better, but I really hope they release an ...
The requirements to unlock each stage can be found in this blog post: Kongo Jungle 64: Clear the "The Original Heavy Weights" event in Event Match (single player). Smashville: Clear the "Playing Tricks" event in Event Match (single player). Pokemon Stadium 2: Clear the "Lightning Strikes" event in Event Match (single player). PAC-LAND: Play all ...
It is impossible to control the Amiibo character. I checked the electronic manual and it specifically mentions that Amiibo can be used as a Figurine Player and cannot be controlled.
It doesn't seem like anything special happens. I was able to collect all three (twice) and I didn't notice anything special. The level didn't change, DK's weapons didn't change, I didn't feel any more powerful, nothing. It looks like it's just there for effect.
I can't find a way to do this either. I thought the whole point of them was to take your customized character to someone else's house, but it doesn't do anything but play as a CPU player. It adds nothing.
Yes, you can but only on games like Mario. Call of Duty will need the motion plus wiimote unless you are in the wii software on your wiiu. If you did not know your wii is two different consoles with a channel to switch back and forth between them.
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