News: Smash TV, meet your match.
Many companies have tried to create a suitable replacement for Smash TV in the years since it was released but none have ever done it. Now, it's Nintendo's turn.
The Smash TV-like Project H.A.M.M.E.R. (that is going to be a pain to write out) places our hero in the middle of a city teeming with killer robots. Here's what Nintendo had to say about it:
Launch Date: TBA
ESRB: RP (Rating Pending)
Game Type: Action Adventure
Accessories: Wii Remote and Nunchuk Controllers
Developer: Nintendo Software Technology Corp.
Killer robots are attacking major cities across the United States, and the military is powerless to stop them. Players control one of Project H.A.M.M.E.R.'s cyborg prototypes: half-man, half-machine, with an extraordinary weapon ? and the power to save the world.
Grab the Wii Remote and start swinging. Equipped with a hammer of amazing strength, players represent the only hope against an unstoppable army of marauding automatons.
Players use the Nunchuk controller in one hand to maneuver through a variety of vast and detailed environments. They use the Wii Remote in the other just like a real hammer to control the hero's weapon. Swing the controller side to side to make the in-game hammer send enemies flying. Lift it into the air and bring it down to smash robots to smithereens. Use the A button for quick hammer flurries.
Enter a world of nonstop action, excitement and relentless destruction. Players will reduce rampaging robots to scrap metal as they battle their way across the United States. If they see an enemy, they smash it. And they continue to smash until every city across America is saved.