Windows 10 is an upcoming young-identity platform that comes with many new features and enhancements. One of the greatest and most exciting is the brand new technology known as Project Reality, or more commonly known asSR. SR is basically an enhanced version of the old map from Super Mario 3, which was known as the 'overworld'. This time around, the overworld is taken to a new level as you battle your way through all sorts of themed environments and obstacles in order to collect the coveted artifacts required to further improve your chances of winning the game. When you die, however, you are taken back to the overworld to fight against the evil characters there, and perhaps do some serious fighting, too. There is an emphasis on action and excitement that makes it a lot of fun to play.
However, while this is a great feature of the game, it does have some limitations that could be a problem for some people. For one thing, the music and the sounds are a lot less great in Windows 10 Classic mode compared to Super Mario 3. In addition, the interface for the game is a bit less user friendly overall, especially with the new game modes and additions that have been made to the classic mode. Thankfully, the game modes work great with the Xbox Kinect for both versions of the game. The controllers are a little more intuitive to use, but not enough to completely compensate for the lacking mouse control.
The best thing about Super Smash Bros. Crusade is that it plays just as well as the original as seen on the Nintendo Wii, with all of the same characters and stages. The addition of extra characters (exception to the aforementioned Master Hand) help make the game feel more like a traditional fighter and gives you a chance to go up against old favourites as well as brand new faces like Meta Knight and Bowser. However, there isn't much of a difference between the game modes, so if you are used to playing with the classic controller, you'll probably find this to be a decent upgrade.