While some of the first people to play Super Smash Bros on the Wii U were in the inaugural E3 2014 Invitational tournament last night, a famous late night talk show host also got in on the action today. As part of his “Clueless Gamer” segment, Conan O’Brien reviewed an early build of the popular Nintendo arcade brawler for his late night show, Conan.
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Not only did viewers get a hilarious insight into what these Super Smash Bros characters resemble in the eyes of an outsider (Samus being a member of Daft Punk, Nintendo executives being on acid when coming up with these creations), we actually got to see more of the game in action with the use of Gamecube controllers.
While some of the criticisms may be a bit shortsighted for someone who isn’t good at video games, or even particularly likes to play video games, the suggested controller scheme of a two button output worked for Divekick!
You can check out the entirety of the video above. Amid the jokes made at the expense of Super Smash Bros, we at lease get to see the main menu and stage select screens for the first time.
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