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Logo EN - Super Smash Bros. Wii U 3DS

Boxart RP - Super Smash Bros. Wii U

Smash3DSboxart

The cover art
Developer(s) Sora Ltd., Namco Bandai Games
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Console Wii U, Nintendo 3DS
Release dates

Nintendo 3DS

  • Japan September 13, 2014
  • USA October 3, 2014
  • Europe October 3, 2014
  • Australia October 4, 2014

Wii U

  • USA November 21, 2014
  • Europe November 28, 2014
  • Australia November 29, 2014
  • Japan December 6, 2014
Series Super Smash Bros.
Genre(s) Fighting
Mode(s) Single-player, multi-player
Distribution Optical disc, Cartridge, digital download
Predecessor Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Successor None

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U is a fighting video game for the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, hence the title, being developed by Sora Ltd. and Bandai Namco Games and published by Nintendo. It's the fourth title of Super Smash Bros. series of games, in which characters from various Nintendo franchises fight against each other. The Nintendo 3DS version will be released in Q3 2014, and the Wii U version in Q4 2014.

Two versions of the game will be released, one for Nintendo 3DS and the other for Wii U. The Wii U version is presented in high-definition visuals, while the Nintendo 3DS version will feature characters with black outlines, which can be toggled on and off.[1]

Both versions will include the same roster of playable characters, but the two versions will each feature exclusive stages, assist trophies, and collectables.

It will feature a stage set in Wuhu Island, another stage set in the Wii Fit room, a two stages based on Find Mii and Tomodachi Life, and the Wii Fit Trainer and Miis as playable characters.

Release dates

Nintendo 3DS

  • Japan September 13, 2014
  • USA October 3, 2014
  • Europe October 3, 2014
  • Australia October 4, 2014

Wii U

  • USA November 21, 2014
  • Europe November 28, 2014
  • Australia November 29, 2014
  • Japan December 6, 2014

Gameplay

WiiU SmashBros scrnS01 20 E3

Screenshot from the Wii U version.

Like previous games in the series, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U is a competitive fighting game in which up to four players controlling various Nintendo iconic characters fight against each other. Players use a variety of attacks to damage their opponents, increasing their damage percentage which makes them easier to knock out of the playing field. Smash Balls, items frst introduced in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, make a return, allowing whoever obtains them to perform extremely powerful attacks.[2]

Assist trophies, another returning feature from Brawl, will be included.

Like its predecessors, Super Smash Bros. will feature collectable in-game trophies based on characters or items seen in various Nintendo games.[3]

The Nintendo 3DS version features an exclusive Smash Run mode, in which players navigate an open environment for stat-increasing power-ups, before facing each other in a match.[4]

3DS SmashBros scrnS01 02 E3

Screenshot from the Nintendo 3DS version.

Whilst local matches and online matches with friends have fully customisable rules, online matches with strangers are divided into two modes: "For Fun", which features random stages and items, with Smash matches only; and "For Glory", which limits matches to "Final Destination" stages, which have flat terrain, lack hazards, and do not undergo any dramatic changes, with no items and the option for 1-on-1 battles for more tournament-style gameplay. Players are also able to customize characters to alter the behavior of their move set, though customized characters may only be used in local and friend matches. In addition to a moderation system regarding various forms of griefing, an online ranking system called "Global Smash Power" was also detailed based on the player's solo mode score, which shows how many other players someone has outscored, rather than listing their position on a leaderboard. There will be no ranking system for the online matches, but there are plans to make sure that random matches are organized by the players' skill levels.[5]

Playable characters

The full roster of the game. Unlike previous games in the series, with the removal of in-game transformation, Sheik, Zero Suit Samus, and Charizard are now standalone characters.

~Bold denotes unlockable.

Veterans

Mario SSB4 Artwork
Luigi SSBU
Wii U Peach artwork
SSB4 - Bowser Artwork
Mario Luigi Princess Peach Bowser
Mario EmblemSuper MarioMario Emblem Mario EmblemSuper MarioMario Emblem Mario EmblemSuper MarioMario Emblem Mario EmblemSuper MarioMario Emblem
SSB4 - Donkey Kong Artwork
Diddy Kong SSB4 - Artwork
YoshiSSB4
SSB4 - Link Artwork
Donkey Kong Diddy Kong Yoshi Link
DK EmblemDonkey KongDK Emblem DK EmblemDonkey KongDK Emblem Yoshi EmblemYoshiYoshi Emblem Zelda EmblemThe Legend of ZeldaZelda Emblem
Zelda
SheikSSB4
SSB4 - Toon Link Artwork
SSB4 - Samus Artwork
Zelda Sheik Toon Link Samus
Zelda EmblemThe Legend of ZeldaZelda Emblem Zelda EmblemThe Legend of ZeldaZelda Emblem Zelda EmblemThe Legend of ZeldaZelda Emblem Metroid EmblemMetroidMetroid Emblem
ZeroSuitSamusSSB4
KirbySSB4
Meta Knight SSB4
SSB4 - Dedede Artwork
Zero Suit Samus Kirby Meta Knight King Dedede
Metroid EmblemMetroidMetroid Emblem Kirby EmblemKirbyKirby Emblem Kirby EmblemKirbyKirby Emblem Kirby EmblemKirbyKirby Emblem
FoxSSB4
SSB4 - Pikachu Artwork
CharizardSSB4
Lucario SSB4 Artwork
Fox McCloud Pikachu Charizard Lucario
StarFox EmblemStar FoxStarFox Emblem Pokemon EmblemPokemonPokemon Emblem Pokemon EmblemPokemonPokemon Emblem Pokemon EmblemPokemonPokemon Emblem
Captain Falcon SSB4
SSB4 - Marth Artwork
IkeSSB4
PitSSB4
Captain Falcon Marth Ike Pit
FZeroSymbolF-ZeroFZeroSymbol FireEmblem EmblemFire EmblemFireEmblem Emblem FireEmblem EmblemFire EmblemFireEmblem Emblem KidIcarus EmblemKid IcarusKidIcarus Emblem
OlimarSSB4 SSB4 - Sonic Artwork 300px-Dr.Mario SSB4 250px-Falco SSB4
Captain Olimar Sonic the Hedgehog Dr. Mario Falco Lombardi
Pikmin EmblemPikminPikmin Emblem Sonic EmblemSonic the HedgehogSonic Emblem Mario EmblemSuper MarioMario Emblem StarFox EmblemStar FoxStarFox Emblem
250px-Jigglypuff SSB4 250px-Mr. Game & Watch SSB4 Render 300px-GanondorfSSB4Render 250px-Ness SSB4
Jigglypuff Mr. Game & Watch Ganondorf Ness
Pokemon EmblemPokemonPokemon Emblem 50px-Game&WatchSymbolGame & Watch50px-Game&WatchSymbol Zelda EmblemThe Legend of ZeldaZelda Emblem 50px-EarthboundSymbolEarthBound50px-EarthboundSymbol
250px-Wario SSB4 300px-North American ROB
Wario R.O.B.
50px-WarioSymbolWarioWare50px-WarioSymbol 50px-ROBSymbolGyromite50px-ROBSymbol

Newcomers

SSB4 Rosalina Artwork
GreninjaSSB4
Lucina SSB4
Rosalina & Luma Greninja Lucina
Mario EmblemSuper MarioMario Emblem Pokemon EmblemPokemonPokemon Emblem FireEmblem EmblemFire EmblemFireEmblem Emblem
250px-Robin SSB4
Palutena SSB4
LittleMacSSB4
Robin Palutena Little Mac
FireEmblem EmblemFire EmblemFireEmblem Emblem KidIcarus EmblemKid IcarusKidIcarus Emblem PunchOutSymbolPunch Out!!PunchOutSymbol
VillagerSSB4
SSB4 - Wii Fit Trainer Artwork
Shulk SSB4
Villager Wii Fit Trainer Shulk
AnimalCrossing EmblemAnimal CrossingAnimalCrossing Emblem Wii Fit series iconWii FitWii Fit series icon XenobladeSymbolXenoblade ChroniclesXenobladeSymbol
Mii SSB4
MegaManSSB4
Pac-ManSSB4
Mii Fighters Mega Man Pac-Man
SmashBros EmblemWiiSmashBros Emblem MegaMan EmblemMegaManMegaMan Emblem PacmanIconPac-ManPacmanIcon
300px-BowserJrSSB4Render 300px-Dark Pit SSB4 Render 250px-Duck Hunt SSB4 Render
Bowser Jr. ^ Dark Pit Duck Hunt
Mario EmblemSuper MarioMario Emblem KidIcarus EmblemKid IcarusKidIcarus Emblem 50px-DuckHuntSymbolDuck Hunt50px-DuckHuntSymbol

^ Bowser Jr.'s costumes replace him with each of the seven Koopalings instead of switching color palettes.

Stages

Wuhu Town Plaza SSB4

A stage based on Pilotwings Resort and Wuhu Island.

Both versions of the game will feature different stages. The Wii U version will mostly feature stages based on games released on home consoles, while the Nintendo 3DS version will mostly feature stages based on games released on handheld systems.[6] In the Nintendo 3DS version, each stage has only two tracks that can play, whereas the Wii U version will have a comprehensive list. Additionally, most of the stages in both versions feature a "Final Destination" variation in addition to the normal one, being a flat course with no obstacles or other platforms.


Nintendo 3DS

  • Battlefield
  • Final Destination
  • 3D Land (Super Mario 3D Land)
  • Golden Plains (New Super Mario Bros. 2)
  • Rainbow Road (Mario Kart 7)
  • Paper Mario (Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door/Paper Mario: Sticker Star)
  • Mushroomy Kingdom (Brawl) (Super Mario Bros.)
  • Jungle Japes (Melee) (Donkey Kong Country)
  • Yoshi's Island (Brawl) (Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island)
  • WarioWare Inc. (Brawl) (WarioWare)
  • Gerudo Valley (The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D)
  • Spirit Train (The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks)
  • Brinstar (Melee) (Metroid)
  • Dream Land (Kirby's Dream Land/Game Boy)
  • Corneria (Melee) (Star Fox 64)
  • Unova Pokemon League (Pokemon Black and White)
  • Prism Tower (Pokemon X and Y)
  • Mute City (F-Zero)
  • Magicant (Mother)
  • Arena Ferox (Fire Emblem: Awakening)
  • Flat Zone 2 (Game and Watch)
  • Reset Bomb Forest (Kid Icarus: Uprising)
  • Distant Planet (Brawl) (Pikmin)
  • Tortimer Island (Animal Crossing: New Leaf)
  • Boxing Ring (Punch-Out!!)
  • PictoChat 2 (Nintendo DS)
  • Balloon Fight (Balloon Fight)
  • Living Room (Nintendogs)
  • Find Mii (Find Mii II)
  • Tomodachi Life (Tomodachi Life)
  • Gaur Plain (Xenoblade Chronicles)
  • Green Hill Zone (Brawl) (Sonic The Hedgehog)
  • Wily Castle (Mega Man 2)
  • Pac-Maze (Pac-Man)

Wii U

  • Battlefield
  • Final Destination
  • Mario Galaxy (Super Mario Galaxy)
  • Mushroom Kingdom U (New Super Mario Bros. U)
  • Skyloft (The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword)
  • Pyrosphere (Metroid: Other M)
  • Halberd (Brawl) (Kirby Super Star)
  • Great Fox (Star Fox: Assault)
  • Kalos Pokemon League (Pokemon X and Y)
  • Coliseum (Fire Emblem)
  • Palutena's Temple (Kid Icarus: Uprising)
  • Garden of Hope (Pikmin 3)
  • Town and City (Animal Crossing: City Folk)
  • Wii Fit Studio (Wii Fit)
  • Boxing Ring (Punch-Out!!)
  • Pilotwings (Pilotwings/Pilotwings Resort)
  • Windy Hill (Sonic Lost World)
  • Wily Castle (Mega Man 2)
  • Pac-Land (Pac-Land)
  • Dunk Hunt (Duck Hunt)
  • Kongo Jungle (N64) (Donkey Kong Country)
  • Big Battlefield
  • The Great Cave Offensive (Kirby Super Star)
  • Mario Circuit (Mario Kart 8)
  • Mario Circuit (Brawl) (Mario Kart)
  • Yoshi's Wooly World (Yoshi's Wooly World)
  • Yoshi's Island (Melee) (Yoshi's Island)
  • Onett (Melee) (Mother 2)
  • Smashville (Animal Crossing: Wild World)

Items

New items

Returning items

  • Capsule
  • Smash Ball
  • Ray Gun
  • Assist Trophy
  • Green Shell
  • Fire Flower
  • Poké Ball
  • Trophy
  • Home-Run Bat
  • Banana Peel
  • Bumper
  • Motion-Sensor Bomb
  • Crate
  • Rolling Crate
  • Beam Sword
  • Smart Bomb
  • Bunny Hood
  • Unira
  • Soccer Ball
  • Barrel
  • Screw Attack
  • Franklin Badge
  • Lightning
  • Timer
  • Super Mushroom
  • Warp Star
  • Food
  • Heart Container
  • Super Scope
  • Blast Box
  • Hammer
  • Golden Hammer
  • Star Rod
  • Lip's Stick
  • Pitfall
  • Smoke Ball
  • Spring
  • Team Healer
  • Deku Nut
  • Mr. Saturn
  • Freezie
  • Bob-omb
  • Sandbag
  • Metal Box
  • Superspicy Curry
  • Poison Mushroom
  • Maxim Tomato
  • Starman
  • Dragoon


Gallery

See main article: Gallery:Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U

External links

References


Nintendo 3DS (logo)

Predecessor: Nintendo DS
Successor: None

Revisions
Nintendo 3DS XL - Nintendo 2DS - Nintendo 3DS Family
Other Hardware
SD Card - Game cartridge
Software
Nintendo Network - Miiverse - Nintendo eShop - Swapnote (Nintendo Letter Box - Nintendo Postbox) - Nintendo Video - Nintendo Zone - Puzzle Swap - StreetPass Mii Plaza - StreetPass - SpotPass - Virtual Console
Games
Pilotwings Resort - Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U - Tomodachi Life - Mario Kart 7

WiiU
Predecessor: Wii
Successor: None
Controllers
Wii Remote - Nunchuk - Wii U GamePad - Wii U Pro Controller
Software
Software and services - Miiverse - Nintendo Network - Virtual Console - Nintendo eShop - Nintendo TVii
Games
Nintendo Land - Wii Fit U - Wii Sports Club - Wii Party U - Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U

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