What a great news for those who are waiting for Super Smash Bros. release on Wii U, as the leading manufacturer of video game accessories, will be unveiling a ?Nintendo GameCube inspired controller for Wii U – the Wired Fight Pad.
In the official press release by Performance Designed Products (PDP), the company proudly announced the most awaited partnership between the company and Nintendo to develop the Wired Fight Pad, the newest controller in a line of Classic Controllers inspired by the Nintendo GameCube Controller.
WIRED FIGHT PAD AND ITS FEATURES
The Wired Fight Pad officially licensed by Nintendo is ?especially for the Wii and Wii U consoles. To use the controller, players will have to plug it directly into the Wii Remote External Extension Connector. It can be used for both Wii and Wii U games that support the Classic Controller, the Classic Controller Pro, and some Nintendo?s Virtual Console games.
Nintendo fans will surely rejoice as the ?Wired Fight Pad will feature fan-favorite Nintendo characters such as Mario, Yoshi, and Princess Peach with a shape inspired by the original Nintendo GameCube Controller,? the announcement reads.
The Wired Fight Pad will be available for $24.99 only.
SUPER SMASH BROS. for NINTENDO 3DS and WII U
Super Smash Bros. is an upcoming fighting video game where various characters from Nintendo franchises fight each other. The fourth title will be published by Nintendo and being developed by Sora Ltd. and Bandai Namco Games.
Players will surely love playing with friends as the game will allow up to four (4) players to control four (4) different Nintendo characters to fight against each other. There would be variety of attacks to damage opponents to win the game.
It could be remembered that Super Smash Bros. for both the Nintendo 3DS and the Wii U consoles was first announced at the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2011. The 3DS version is expected to be out on the market in the third quarter of the year while the Wii U version will be released on the fourth quarter of 2014.
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