SCUBA Diving Games are back on the Wii U, and they’re not as fun as they were on the PS3, according to Nintendo
If you’re still trying to get over the disappointment of the PlayStation 3 version of the Super Smash Bros. for Wii U release, you might be left disappointed by the return of Super Scuba Diving on the Nintendo Wii U. But Nintendo has now announced that it’s making the game playable on the Switch console.
The original release of the game for the Nintendo Switch was an odd mix of simple arcade-style gameplay and challenging puzzles.
But with more than 10 years since the game was released on the original Nintendo console, it seems the game is getting a little old and won’t be coming back.
Instead, the game will have some new features, such as an improved physics engine, and more local co-op.
The game will also have new gameplay, including a new underwater mode that uses the Wii Remote and a new wave mechanic.
The new Super Scubadiving game is a mix of classic Nintendo-style arcade games and a more challenging puzzle game.
It’s an interesting mix of old-school gameplay and new-school puzzle elements.
And I’d expect that the game won’t feature as many simple arcade levels as its PS3 counterpart.
But for those who have been looking forward to playing Super Scud as much as they have the PlayStation 4 release, the return is still disappointing.
The new version of Super Smash will still have the same physics engine and same wave mechanics, so I’m not sure how it’ll compare.
I’ll have to give the game another go before deciding.
Source: Nintendo (2, 3)