If you're a gold subscriber, you've got 24 hours of access to the full game for free starting Saturday, November 22nd at 12:01 Eastern.
Good guy Nintendo isn't working on any paid DLC for Super Smash Bros. because they don't want people to feel shorted. In an interview with Videogamer, Sakurai said, "I understand that DLC could add a lot to the appeal of Smash Bros., and I appreciate that a major part of the excitement for these games come from which characters will appear in the roster, so I think fans could really enjoy DLC that could keep this excitement going. However, I think there might be criticism that we are cutting up content to sell characters one by one, or that we are adding things later that should have been there from the start."
Creating a character is a lot of work and costs a lot of money, says Sakurai, and he doesn't know that adding more DLC characters would be worth it. Unfortunately, that also means he thinks adding characters like Reggie and Iwata isn't a good idea. When asked about it, he said, "I don't think the inclusion of these characters would be very interesting to a wide audience. For the amount of effort involved, I would actually prefer to add another roster character. As it takes a lot of work to add a character to the game, it's not a decision that can be taken lightly."
For now at least, it looks like Mewtwo is the only DLC character we can look forward to.
If you own a current or last-gen console, you can try Destiny for free for a limited time.
As part of the promotion, players can create and evolve a Guardian of their own and participate in story missions, as well as co-operative and social activities. Best of all, anyone who purchases the complete version of Destiny after participating in the demo or trial will be able to pick up right from where they left off with their Guardian and progression completely intact, provided they remain within the same console family.
The demo should be available through your console's digital storefront.
From the video description:
Mordheim: City of the Damned, Rogue Factor's turn-based tactical-RPG adaptation of Games Workshop's tabletop game Mordheim set in the Warhammer world, is about to enter Early Access imminently! To celebrate this occasion, take a look at the new official website of the game, as well as the first gameplay video of Mordheim: City of the Damned, explaining some of the mechanics you'll enjoy throughout the Early Access and beyond!
If you're interested in Early Access, head to the game's official site.