Super Smash Bros. Brawl was released four years ago to great fan praise. However, as the years went by, a great number of fans began saying how superior Super Smash Bros. Melee was. Indeed, if you play the games back-to-back, you realize that Melee had more intense gameplay. Over 50 volunteers have decided to why not combine the best elements of both games to make the definitive Smash Bros. experience? Enter Project M. This project has been going on for over two years now, as many has heard of it before. The only thing needed to play is the Brawl game disc and an SD card with no custom stages on it. The second demo is up, which can be found at the official site here.
Here’s the official character roster confirmed for Demo 2.
Here’s what the team behind the project told IGN.
“Project M started as a hobby to try to replicate Falco’s functionality from Melee inside of Brawl,” “Since then, the scope of the project increased greatly. Interest in the project exploded into an international effort across more than ten countries, with over twenty people working on it on a daily basis.
“For the most part, development is a closed-doors private project. Our efforts are worldwide, with members of our team present in US, EU, and Japan developing a product for each market. While a vast majority of the content included in Project M is done by our developers, we’ve also received permission to include impressive work done by other individuals who modify the game independently as well.”