HOW TO UNLOCK Snake Codec Conversations in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

HOW TO UNLOCK Snake Codec Conversations in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Welcome to the NintendoCade channel, I am Danny. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate for Nintendo Switch is massive in scope and full of
hidden secrets throughout the game. In this episode, I’ll be showing you how to
unlock Snake’s Codec conversations. If you’re wondering what I’m referring to, it
is a series of interesting conversations between Snake, Otacon, Roy Campbell, Mei Ling and Slippy Toad from Star Fox. Snake, you know who
that is? You’re kidding, right? It’s Mario. Mario
made his first appearance in 1981, and since then, he’s become a worldwide
phenomenon. There’s probably not a single person who doesn’t know Mario. He’s that
famous. If you played Metal Gear Solid games in the past, the codec
conversations are stylized like the conversations that happens in those
games. Snake Codec conversations are entertaining, fun to watch, and to listen
to. There’s a unique conversation for many of the fighters in the game, so I
hope you give it a try yourself. Alright, so here’s how you can unlock
them. First, you need to select Shadow Moses Island as the battle stage. Do not
select Omega or Battlefield form, as these will not work. Next, be sure to select
Snake as your fighter. For this to work, you need to quickly tap on Snake’s down
taunt, which is the down button on the directional pad twice and must be
performed as fast as possible. You’re wondering how fast? I literally mean like
a millisecond between button presses. it is a little tricky, but if you can’t get
it to work, then I suggest you spam the down taunt as fast as possible. It may be a better option for you. If unsuccessful, you will just get Snake’s normal down taunt. But if you did it correctly, an animation of Snake kneeling down, touching his codec
in his ear is shown, and the conversation will start. Ooh! How Cute! What? The yellow thing? That’s Pikachu. It’s a Pokemon. They’re popular all over the world, you
know. Keep in mind, the conversation does not work if Snake is attacked while
he is in the kneel and touching his codec animation. Also, the conversation will end
if Snake is defeated, and can only use once per match. Lastly, this will only
work with fighters that were present in Super Smash Bros. Brawl for Nintendo Wii. Any fighter that came after brawl will not have a unique codec. So, that’s all
there’s to it to unlocking Snake’s codec conversations. I hope you give it a try
with many of the fighters in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. If you enjoyed this
episode, I would appreciate a thumbs up. Consider subscribing for more helpful
videos like this coming your way. I’m Danny from NintendoCade channel, thank you for watching, and I’ll catch you in the next episode. Oh, and, Snake? What? I was wondering, could you maybe try and catch Pikachu for me? Pleeeeease? Give me a break! What do I look like, a Pokemon Trainer? Fine… Sorry I asked.

53 thoughts on “HOW TO UNLOCK Snake Codec Conversations in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

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  2. It only works if you don’t have a custom name chosen. You need to be P1/P2 and it needs to say “Snake” on the bottom where your character icon is during a battle, Not a custom name

  3. Cmon… Would it really be that nightmarish for Nintendo to get konami to allow and David Hayter to record new lines for the new characters? I mean, I know this franchise went belly up horribly, but… would it be that much difficult to do? They've already managed to get the rights for another game…

  4. I figured out the trick to doing the taunt thing. Basically what you have to do is you have to press it with your thumbnail. Seriously it’s how you I did it. I get it every time by using my thumbnail on the edge of the button if you know what I mean.

  5. what a shame, they wasted all the good interactions on palutenas guidance instead on snakes codec. wouldn't it have been better if they could have just done for both?

  6. Damn, I can't seem to get it. I could never get it on the Wii either… But it's still super cool. Metal Gear Solid is like one of my favorite games of all time. Thanks for the video, I'll keep trying

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