Sonicx9 wrote:The thing is critic would have given the Wii U version a higher grade if no 3DS version existed which shows that 3DS harmed the Wii U one.
Why would the Critic have given the Wii U version a better grade if the 3DS version had not existed?
I'm having trouble following the logic here as well. The 3DS version was a lot of fun. So many people were playing Smash on the go. For example, college campuses and public schools had a lot of students playing and appreciating a portable version. I actually had to learn how to replace a circle pad because my oldest son broke his at school! The Wii U version was also amazing. While I would have liked to have the Ice Climbers included, it didn't matter enough to "ruin" the game. If anything, the 3DS game added more interest to the series and in no way harmed the Wii U version!
The Switch version is cleraly the best, but it is also a brand new one and partially a greatest hits. I understand that the competitve community loves Melee, but I prefer the Switch and even the Wii U versions. Wave dashing just isn't fun for the casual player. I even know quite a few players who prefer the newer games since more characters are viable than Melee.