The Smash Bros update requires that Nintendo receive new authorizations from all third parties

Super Smash Bros. (Jap.: 大乱闘 スマッシュ ブ ラザ ラザ ラザ ラザ ラザ, Hepburn: Dai Rantō Sumasshu Burazāzu, unofficially shortened as Smash Bros. or SSB) is a video game series of Nintendo, in which the most popular game figures of the company meet. The third part of the series also added two pieces of other companies (Konami, Sega). These are Fighting Games in which the game destination is to carry its opponents from a platform with a chosen game figure with a choice of individual attacks and random items. Creator of the series is Masahiro Sakurai.The happened is stylized and comichaft presented. In multiplayer mode, up to eight players can fight or face up to eight players (depending on the game).

Create a work with many intellectual properties that you do not have is always a mess. For example, we saw a beloved work removed from the store shelves because of the exhaustion of licenses, such as cases in the old GTA games because of the songs they use. Imagine now a game like Smash Bros. Where they have to work with countless other parts to create the game.

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For the last patch of the game, Nintendo had to recontact each of these gaming companies to receive the authorization again. This update simply allows you to choose any music from the game to use on certain steps. It s a very good addition to the game and it sounds simple enough to change, except for the fact that they had to ask everyone if it was acceptable to use their music in a way that was not planned originally.

Of course, we do not think that anyone would say no to that, but it is a fun reminder of the amount of legal work that takes place behind games like these.

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