So, with the Share feature, players are able to share Snapshots, stages and...
...Replay. Replay enables players to record one entire match and replay it. That way, for example, you can play Target Smash!! mode and send a recording to your friends proving that, “hey man, I cleared this in just 5 seconds!” Of course, you can also use this for memorable Brawls and suchlike.
It’s a blast to watch impressive Smash Bros. battles. One of my personal sayings is that a fun game is one you can enjoy just by watching. Smash Bros. is truly one that’s fun to watch.
That’s why I hope players are looking forward to Spectator. I think this will be a big part of the new title.
The Super Smash Bros. Spectator?
Right. Super Smash Bros. Spectator. (laughs) With this feature, you can record a Brawl and share it once it’s been posted to Nintendo’s server. (See document)
In other words, this mode enables you to become a Brawl spectator.
Right. I’m not sure how it will work out, but I really wanted to make it happen this time around.
Right. Because watching talented players compete at Smash Bros. tournaments is a lot of fun.
Memorable Brawls, like sports broadcasts on TV, can be sent to other Wii consoles.
Wow, I can hardly wait. You know though, all we’ve talked about so far are the network features and we already covered this much.
Yeah, we haven’t even breached the surface of the most fundamental features of the game! (laughs)
Right you are. Well then, let’s start talking about them. (To be continued)
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