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Jordan Haygood posted a article in NintendoThere was a moment during yesterday's Wii U Direct broadcast when Nintendo President Satoru Iwata mentioned that the next Super Smash Bros. game for both Wii U and 3DS would be shown at this year's E3. But in this stage of development, you wouldn't really expect much. However, Masahiro Sakurai, who we all know as the father of Super Smash Bros. and the well-praised Kid Icarus: Uprising, has given Iwata's announcement some clarity via Twitter, and it appears that we could be getting a little bit more than we expect. The English translation of Sakurai's tweet (he's Japanese, in case you hadn't realized) reads "Wii U and 3DS versions -- I would like to show you both." He goes on to mention other announced games and what to expect from E3 2013, saying that â€œOther games have had visuals shown, but you still have to wait for Smash Bros. But we'll be able to release something better.â€ Something better? During yesterday's Wii U broadcast, Iwata told us that they would be showing "screens" of the new Smash Bros. From what Sakurai says, however, it sounds as if we might actually be getting something more than that. A trailer, perhaps? Later in Sakurai's tweet session, he apologized for announcing the game long before they even began working on it, but he promises that fans of the Smash Bros. series will be getting more from the new title, and that they should prepare themselves. So get ready, Smash Bros. fans, 'cause something big's heading to E3! How excited are you to see the new Smash Bros. at E3? What do you think Sakurai's bringing to the party that's "better" than visuals?