Male Wii Fit Trainer Does Super Smash Bros.

By Jorge Ba-oh 31.10.2013 4

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The latest snap for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U injects a little man action into the mix.

The Wii Fit Trainer, announced during E3 for the forthcoming game, had been showed in female form until now - sleek, strong and elegant. Her male counter-part, also a trainer in the popular fitness games, was shown in a screenshot posted on Miiverse today.

It's not know how the male trainer will feature in the game, but it's likely that he'll be either a costume change or a possible assist trophy.

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Male or female, which would you choose?

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Most likely an alt costume judging from the pose. Hopefully this means every character will get an alt this time.

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SSB4 is supposed to have customizable costumes, so this totally makes sense as an alternative form.

And while it does make sense for the Wii Fit Trainer and some others (Mario/Dr. Mario, Marth/Roy, Sonic/Shadow, Diddy/Dixie?), I don't see it happening to all characters.

Alternative costumes are a must have, more than just one, infact being able to unlock them would bring such replay value.

Definitely - everyone loves skins, so alt costumes and (free) seasonal DLC ones would be great! I think Smash has gotten to a point where it's the unlockables, fanservice and online that really make the difference. The core gameplay is pretty much tried and tested and doesn't need tinkering!

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