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Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U
Logo EN - Super Smash Bros. Wii U 3DS.png
Developer(s) Sora Ltd.
Namco Bandai Games
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Nintendo 3DS
Wii U
Release date Nintendo 3DS
Summer 2014[1]

Wii U
Winter 2014[1]

Genre Fighting
Rating(s)
ESRB:ESRB RP.PNG - Rating Pending
PEGI:PEGI 12.svg - Twelve years and older
Mode(s) Single player
Multiplayer
Media
Wii U:
Media CD icon.png Optical disc
Nintendo 3DS:
Cartridge
Input
Wii U:
Nintendo 3DS:

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U[2] are both versions of the upcoming fourth installment of the Super Smash Bros. series being developed by Sora Ltd. and Namco Bandai Games.[3] Each version has a different release date due to the time that it will take to finish each one.[4] The 3DS version will come first, scheduled for a Summer release, with the Wii U version coming out for a Winter release.

Gameplay

It has been confirmed that the Final Smash and Footstool Jumping features are returning from Super Smash Bros. Brawl, while the "tripping" mechanism has been removed[5] and the game's Adventure Mode will be significantly different than the Subspace Emissary.[6] It has also been stated that players will be able to send customized fighters from one version to the other[7], that attacks will be customizable[1], and that the pace of battles will be in between Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Other elements have also been confirmed to connect the two versions of the game, though what these are is currently unknown.[1] The game will not make use of the touch screen controls that both systems support during gameplay.

Smash Run

A new mode, Smash Run, has been confirmed to be a Nintendo 3DS-exclusive mode, strongly resembling the City Trial mode from Kirby Air Ride while including elements of the Subspace Emissary mode from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. In this mode, players travel in a large maze-like map, fighting enemies from both Nintendo games and from Super Smash Bros. games, such as Magikoopas, Chandelure, Goombas, Shy Guys, and Kremlings. While fighting, players can collect several items similar to patches. These patches can increase attack power, special attack power, jumping, or movement speed. After five minutes, players are shown the stats of their attacks, courtesy of the patches they collected, and they are pitted in several modes, similar to the Stadiums from City Trial. The players then must fulfill certain conditions to win the game.[1]

Online Play[1]

Both versions of the game are to feature online play similar to Super Smash Bros. Brawl in that players can face others in matches from around the world. In the Wii U version, when playing with friends, players can customize the rules to their liking. When not playing with friends, two basic modes are available for play: For Fun and For Glory. In For Fun mode, players can battle on any of the stages except Final Destination with any rules, the stages being picked at random; only victories are recorded in this mode. In For Glory mode, players can only play on the "Final Destination" versions of stages. One-on-one matches are possible in this mode, and both victories and losses are recorded.

In addition, rather than have an online leaderboard, a different type of ranking system is to be implemented, called "Global Smash Power." When playing in single player, the player's score determines their Global Smash Power, which is used to determine how strong the player is compared to others around the world.

Playable characters

Due to limitations with the Nintendo 3DS version of the game, certain characters from the previous installments in the series might be cut from the rosters of both versions in order to keep them consistent.[4] So far, 29 characters have been confirmed, consisting of 23 veterans and 6 newcomers. Unlike previous games in the series, with the removal of in-game transformation, Sheik, Zero Suit Samus, and Charizard are now standalone characters.

Returning

Characters
Mario SSB4 Artwork.png Mario[2] Mario Emblem.png Luigi SSBU.png Luigi[8][9] Mario Emblem.png SSB4 - Bowser Artwork.png Bowser[2] Mario Emblem.png Wii U Peach artwork.png Peach[10] Mario Emblem.png
SSB4 - Donkey Kong Artwork.png Donkey Kong[2] DK Emblem.png Diddy Kong SSB4 - Artwork.png Diddy Kong[11] DK Emblem.png YoshiSSB4.png Yoshi[12] Yoshi Emblem.png SSB4 - Link Artwork.png Link[2] Zelda Emblem.png
SSB4 - Zelda Artwork.png Zelda[13] Zelda Emblem.png SheikSSB4.png Sheik[14] Zelda Emblem.png SSB4 - Toon Link Artwork.png Toon Link[15] Zelda Emblem.png SSB4 - Samus Artwork.png Samus[2] Metroid Emblem.png
ZeroSuitSamusSSB4.png Zero Suit Samus[16] Metroid Emblem.png KirbySSB4.png Kirby[2] Kirby Emblem.png SSB4 - Dedede Artwork.png King Dedede[17] Kirby Emblem.png FoxSSB4.png Fox[2] StarFox Emblem.png
SSB4 - Pikachu Artwork.png Pikachu[2] Pokemon Emblem.png Lucario SSB4 Artwork.png Lucario[18] Pokemon Emblem.png CharizardSSB4.png Charizard[19] Pokemon Emblem.png SSB4 - Marth Artwork.png Marth[20] FireEmblem Emblem.png
PitSSB4.png Pit[2] KidIcarus Emblem.png OlimarSSB4.png Olimar[21] Pikmin Emblem.png SSB4 - Sonic Artwork.png Sonic[22] Sonic Emblem.png

Newcomers

Characters
SSB4 Rosalina Artwork.pngRosalina Mario Emblem.png GreninjaSSB4.png Greninja Pokemon Emblem.png VillagerSSB4.png Villager AnimalCrossing Emblem.png
LittleMacSSB4.png Little Mac PunchOutSymbol.png SSB4 - Wii Fit Trainer Artwork.png Wii Fit Trainer Wii Fit series icon.png MegaManSSB4.png Mega Man MegaMan Emblem.png

Other characters

Character movesets

  • F.L.U.D.D. (Mario attack)
  • Toad (Peach attack)
  • Luma (Rosalina attack)
  • Pikmin (Olimar attack)
  • Rush (Mega Man attack)
  • Lloid (Villager attack)
  • Navi (Link taunt)
  • Phantom (Zelda attack)
  • Mega Man X (Mega Man's Final Smash)
  • Mega Man Volnutt (Mega Man's Final Smash)
  • MegaMan.EXE (Mega Man's Final Smash)
  • Star Force Mega Man (Mega Man's Final Smash)

Stage cameos

Stage bosses

Smash Run enemies

Mario series

Donkey Kong series

Zelda series

Kirby series

Kid Icarus series

Pikmin series

Pokémon series

Metroid series

Mega Man series

Ice Climber series

Super Smash Bros. series

Stages

According to Masahiro Sakurai, 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 3DS version will mostly feature stages based on games released on handheld systems.[5] In the Nintendo 3DS version, each stage has only two tracks that can play, whereas the Wii U version will have a comprehensive list similar to My Music from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. 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

Stages
3DS SmashBros scrnS01 08 E3.png
Battlefield[1] SmashBros Emblem.png
3DS SmashBros scrnS01 18 E3.png
Gerudo Valley[1] (from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D) Zelda Emblem.png
3DS SmashBros scrnS01 12 E3.png
Spirit Train[1] (from The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks) Zelda Emblem.png
3DS SmashBros scrnS01 19 E3.png
Arena Ferox[1] (from Fire Emblem: Awakening) FireEmblem Emblem.png
3DS SmashBros scrnS01 16 E3.png
3D Land[1] (from Super Mario 3D Land) Mario Emblem.png
3DS SmashBros scrnS01 14 E3.png
Living Room[1] (from Nintendogs + cats[24]) Nintendogs Symbol.png
SSB4 3DS - Fox and Pit Stage Screenshot.png
Reset Bomb Forest[1] (from Kid Icarus: Uprising) KidIcarus Emblem.png
SSB4 3DS Dark Emperor.jpg
Find Mii[1] (from StreetPass Mii Plaza) Find Mii Symbol.png
SSB3DS Rainbow Road.jpg
Rainbow Road[1] (from Mario Kart 7) Mario Emblem.png
SSB4 3DS LittleMacStage.jpg
Boxing Ring[1] (from Punch-Out!!) PunchOutSymbol.png
SSB4 Tortimer Island.jpg
Tortimer Island[1] (from Animal Crossing: New Leaf) AnimalCrossing Emblem.png
SSB3DS Lumiose City.jpg
Prism Tower[1] (from Pokémon X and Pokémon Y) Pokemon Emblem.png
SSB3DS Tomodachi Collection.jpg
A stage based on Tomodachi Collection. NintendoDS Emblem.png
SSB4 Balloon Fight.png
Balloon Fight[1] (from Balloon Fight) SSB4 Balloon Fight Symbol.png
SSB4 Jungle Japes.png
Jungle Japes (Super Smash Bros. Melee stage)[1] DK Emblem.png

Wii U

Stages
WiiU SmashBros scrnS01 16 E3.png
Battlefield[1] SmashBros Emblem.png
SSB4 WiiU FinalDestination.jpg
Final Destination[1] SmashBros Emblem.png
SSB4 Boxing Ring Stage.jpg
Boxing Ring[1] (from Super Smash Bros. and Punch-Out!!) SmashBros Emblem.pngPunchOutSymbol.png
SSB4 Skyloft Stage.jpg
Skyloft[1] (from The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword) Zelda Emblem.png
SSB4 Town and City Stage.jpg
Town and City[1] (from Animal Crossing: City Folk) AnimalCrossing Emblem.png
SSB4 Wily Castle Stage.jpg
Wily Castle[1] (from Mega Man 2) MegaMan Emblem.png
SSB4 Wii Fit Studio Stage.jpg
Wii Fit Studio[1] (from Wii Fit) Wii Fit series icon.png
SSB4 Garden of Hope Stage.jpg
Garden of Hope[1] (from Pikmin 3)[21][25] Pikmin Emblem.png
SSB4 Pilotwings.jpg
Pilotwings[1] (from Pilotwings)[26] Pilotwings Symbol.png
SSB4 Pyrosphere Stage.jpg
Pyrosphere[1] (from Metroid: Other M) Metroid Emblem.png
SSB4 Windy Hill Zone Stage.jpg
Windy Hill Zone[1] (from Sonic Lost World)[22] Sonic Emblem.png
SSB4 Mario Galaxy Stage.jpg
Mario Galaxy[1] (from the Super Mario Galaxy games) Mario Emblem.png
SSB4 Palutena's Temple Stage.jpg
Palutena's Temple[1] (from Kid Icarus: Uprising) KidIcarus Emblem.png
SSB4 Halberd.png
Halberd[1] (Super Smash Bros. Brawl stage) Kirby Emblem.png
SSB4 Kalos Pokémon League.png
The Kalos Pokémon League from Pokémon X and Pokémon Y.[1] Pokemon Emblem.png

Items

New items

Returning items

Assist Trophies

Pokémon

Trophies

Nintendo 3DS

Wii U

Gallery

For this subject's image gallery, see Gallery:Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 大乱闘スマッシュブラザーズ for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U
Dairantō Sumasshu Burazāzu fō Nintendō Surī Dī Esu / Wī Yū
Great Battle Smash Brothers for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U
Spanish Super Smash Bros. para Nintendo 3DS / Wii U Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U
French (NOA) Super Smash Bros. pour Nintendo 3DS / Wii U Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U
French (NOE) Super Smash Bros. pour Nintendo 3DS et Wii U Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
Dutch Super Smash Bros. voor Nintendo 3DS en Wii U Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
German Super Smash Bros. für Nintendo 3DS und Wii U Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
Italian Super Smash Bros. per Nintendo 3DS e Wii U Super Smahs Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and WiiU
Portuguese Super Smash Bros. para a Nintendo 3DS e a Wii U Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo 3DS and the Wii U
Russian Super Smash Bros. для Nintendo 3DS и Wii U
Super Smash Bros. dlya Nintendo 3DS i Wii U
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
Chinese 任天堂明星大亂鬥3DS / Wii U
Rèntiāntáng Míngxīng Dàluàndòu 3DS / Wii U
Nintendo Stars: Smash Bros. 3DS / Wii U

External links

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