Home-Runs and Targets Combine for Target Blasts in a Super Smash Bros.

Are you a fan of the Home-run Contest or Target Smash in Super Smash Bros. game? It looks like they are being combined into a brand new activity. Here are all the details the developers shared on Facebook this morning:

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What’s up with this bomb? This looks like the stadium for the Home-run Contest, but there’s no bat. Once you touch the bomb, it begins to count down. Give it enough damage and launch it at the right time…then once the bomb’s countdown hits zero it goes BOOOOOM! Not only will the blast destroy targets, but it’ll also cause a chain reaction by using shattered walls and bomb blocks – all of which contributes to you getting a high score!! This is a new activity that combines the concepts of Target Smash and the Home-run Contest – it’s called Target Blast! Your final score is the total you rack up over two rounds. Of course, your Target Blast scores contribute to your Global Smash Power, too.

What do you think of this new activity mode?

 

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  • Guest

    Home-run contests and Target Smash have already been confirmed, this is just an additional mode that combines the two. Your wording is misleading, and you might want to change that.

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