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  • Blog Post: All Hail The New Champion

    There are eight of us crammed in the living room, which is now dominated by a rat’s nest of cords. After navigating a few menus, we’re transported from this chaos to someplace different, but familiar: Onett. New players scramble to get their bearings, and even the veterans pause a few moments... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Shows Off Amiibo Support In Bizarre New Video

    Nintendo has revealed how its new Amiibo figurines function in Super Smash Bros., but you'll have to sit through an embarrassing prepubescent love story to learn about them. The video follows a young boy named Jack on his journey to buy and train his own Mario Amiibo in a misguided attempt to win... More
  • Blog Post: Mewtwo Returns And 54 Other Things We Learned About Super Smash Bros. Wii U

    Nintendo took more than 30 minutes this evening to run down more than 50 details about Super Smash Bros. Wii U. We captured them all, and there are some interesting tidbits on the list. The biggest news was also the last. Mewtwo is returning to Super Smash Bros. He's going to be available only if... More
  • Blog Post: Smash Bros. Wii U Lets You Pose Your Trophies For Photo-ops

    You'll be able to do more with your unlocked trophies in the Wii U version of Super Smash Bros. than you ever have before. You will be able to pose your trophies and take photos, mashing up an assortment of characters, like what you see in the image above. "Zael from The Last Story grabs some... More
  • Blog Post: Game & Wario's Best Game Gets Its Own Stage In Super Smash Bros. Wii U

    The 3DS version of Super Smash Bros.'s many secrets are out in the wild if you know where to look, but there are still reveals in store for the Wii U version of the game. The latest update is the reveal of stage themed after easily my favorite game from the recent Game & Wario . In the game,... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] A New Spoiler Approaches! Here's The Full Super Smash Bros. Roster

    Update #2: And here's the full roster! The final character is unlocked after 70 versus matches (which can be lost by simply walking off the screen, thereby advancing the counter). Row 1: Mario Luigi Peach Bowser Yoshi Rosalina Bowser Jr. Wario Mr. Game and Watch Row 2: Donkey Kong Diddy Kong Link... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Releases 7 Music Tracks From Super Smash Bros.

    As promised, Nintendo has releases a number of tracks from the upcoming Super Smash Bros., including Mega Man's theme. You can check out all the tracks in YouTube form below, and I saved the best for first with Mega Man's theme below. You'll also find a new Kirby track: A Mario & Luigi... More
  • Blog Post: Meta Knight Confirmed

    After making his first appearance in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Meta Knight will be returning for the Wii U and 3DS version of the fighter. On the Miiverse post accompanying his reveal, director Masuhiro Sakurai wrote, "'Looks like there was an impostor in the earlier posts, so I introduced him... More
  • Blog Post: Super Smash Bros. Gets Angry Birds-Like Target Blast Minigame

    With Super Smash Bros. just two months away on 3DS, we’re starting to get a better look at more of the elements included in the package. A new mode, called Target Blast, combines elements of the previous entries’ Target Smash and Home-run contest. In this minigame, players will need to deal... More
  • Blog Post: Paper Mario Stage And Takamaru Assist Trophy Revealed

    Super Smash Bros. director Masahiro Sakurai has announced a few new inclusions for Super Smash Bros. The reveals include a new stage from a beloved RPG and an assist trophy from an older title only recently made available outside of Japan. For the first time, there will be a stage based on Paper Mario... More
  • Blog Post: Smash Bros. Director Masahiro Sakurai Details Newcomer Robin's Fighting Style

    Robin, of Fire Emblem fame, attacks with a destructible sword a magical tome that changes powers. Robin, alongside Lucina ( who was also recently detailed ), was revealed on Monday morning . Sakurai wrote on the Miiverse about Robin and his/her sword, "The Levin sword can be activated by using smash... More
  • Blog Post: Pac-Man's Super Smash Bros. Taunt Calls In Classic Namco References

    The latest daily Smash Bros. image shows how Pac-Man is trying to sneak some of his Namco friends past the bouncer and into the final game. Smash Bros. director wrote on the Miiverse about Pac-Man, "Pac-Man's up taunt is known as Namco Roulette! Namco characters from the 1980s will randomly... More
  • Blog Post: Lady Palutena Has Huge Attacks

    Newcomer to Super Smash Bros. Lady Palutena was revealed at E3 , and today we receive some insight into her huge attack range. Referencing the screen you see above, director Masuhiro Sakurai wrote on the Miiverse , "I talked about an attack with a far reach in yesterday's post, but it didn't... More
  • Blog Post: Your Mii's Size Dictates Its Fighting Style

    In a new daily post from Smash Bros. director Masuhiro Sakurai, it was revealed that the size of your Mii will make a difference in how it fights. Sakurai wrote alongside the screen on the Miiverse , "Some of the physical characteristics of Miis get carried over when you use them as Mii Fighters... More
  • Blog Post: Greninja Is Easily The Best New Smash Bros. Character

    After playing with each of the new characters exactly one time each, I complied this fact based on which character I won the most with: Greninja is clearly the best new fighter. Earlier in the week, I played Super Smash Bros. with Little Mac , but he proved not to be my best character. But the Nintendo... More
  • Blog Post: Super Smash Bros. Changes The Game With Customizable Fighters

    Late into the night, after all of my friends have taken off to get dinner, Nintendo invited me to come to a very exclusive press conference to talk about Super Smash Bros. I didn’t get dinner, but I got details. Super Smash Bros. director Masahiro Sakurai took the stage during the presentation... More
  • Blog Post: I'm Too Small A Man To Play Little Mac In Super Smash Bros.

    I once spent over 30 hours playing Super Smash Bros. Brawl . You'd think I might be tired of the game at this point, but when I had the chance to play with some of the new characters in the Wii U version of the new game, I jumped at the chance. The fighter list for Super Smash Bros. includes a lot... More
  • Blog Post: Fighting As The Wii Fit Trainer In Super Smash Bros. On Wii U

    After spending some time with the 3DS version of the game , we finally got a chance to check out the older-brother version of the game in the Wii U. Nintendo had the game set up with the option to use GameCube controllers, and it made me feel immediately at home with the game. I went with new fighter... More
  • Blog Post: Get Ready To Rumble In The Mushroom Kingdom

    Nintendo has revealed a new stage for Super Smash Bros., which is set in one of gaming's most familiar environments. Are you ready to knock the stuffing out of your friends in the Mushroom Kingdom? The level's official title is Mushroom Kingdom U, which is a reference to it being based particularly... More
  • Blog Post: Ike Joins The Super Smash Bros. Roster

    Marth has a friend in the upcoming Super Smash Bros. Nintendo has announced that his Fire Emblem compatriot Ike is making a return visit to the fighting game. The reveal was accompanied with a new batch of screens from the game. While they obviously focused on Ike and his flashy sword attacks, they also... More
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