MasterofHyrule, an expert on all things Super Smash Bros., uploaded a video of a glitch that makes Pac-Man unbeatable in the massively popular fighting game.
The glitch, which was first discovered by YouTube user StylesX2, is for gamers playing Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo Wii U console.
The glitch involves the player using Pac-Man to lay down his trampoline, and then jumping and changing forms at an exact moment. If the player does the move right, the opponent's character will fall right through the level, which will most likely award the Pac-Man player the win unless the opponent is using a character that is able to recover from the sudden drop, such as Jigglypuff or Kirby.
The glitch is something that Nintendo should take a look at and address before the upcoming EVO 2015, which is a fighting game tournament that will be held on Las Vegas that will feature Super Smash Bros. Melee for the Nintendo Gamecube and Super Smash Bros. for the Wii U. If the glitch is not addressed by then, players can simply abuse it to rack up easy wins.
It has not been determined how long the glitch has been in the Wii U version of Super Smash Bros., or it is something that was introduced with the release of the latest patch for the title. It is surely a fun thing to try, but gamers will lose their friends if they do nothing but this trick when playing the game.
It has recently been revealed that Ryu from the Street Fighter franchise and Roy from Fire Emblem will be added as playable characters to the video game. Players will be able to use Ryu's signature Hadouken move, while Roy will pack a Final Smash move named the Critical Hit.
The update to add Ryu and Roy have already been released, which also includes Mii fighter costumers of Tekken's Heihachi and Virtua Fighter's Akira and Jacky to bring together three of the biggest fighting game franchises within the Super Smash Bros. universe.
The update also adds more Mii fighter costumes, new Amiibo figures, new stages a new Tourney mode, and the capability for users to post their replay videos on YouTube.