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News: Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS Step Up With More Outfit Variations

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS Step Up With More Outfit Variations

All the pretty colours

We've learnt in recent times that Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS won't be short of variety; the roster and stage lists continue to grow, while the number of trophies and music tracks are set to be higher than ever. There'll also be plenty of outfits, some rather risqué and others that are simple colour...

News: All-Star Mode in Super Smash Bros. is a History Lesson Available From the Start

All-Star Mode in Super Smash Bros. is a History Lesson Available From the Start

Unlock the full roster to complete the mode

It should surprise no one that Super Smash Bros. on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS will feature an All-Star Mode, as it's been a staple of the series since Super Smash Bros. Melee. Masahiro Sakurai has now outlined how it'll work in the upcoming entries, focusing on the 3DS version. As before characters will...

News: Minor Web Miiverse Update Allows You to Show Off Favourite Genres

Minor Web Miiverse Update Allows You to Show Off Favourite Genres

The Miiverse equivalent to system stability

When it came to system updates in the Wii and DS era, Nintendo typically didn't get too carried away with frequent changes and additions. That's all changed in this Wii U and 3DS era, with system stability changes on a regular basis, while Miiverse — as a browser-based service — regularly has minor...

Feature: A Week of Super Smash Bros. Wii U and 3DS Screens - Issue Fifty Two

A Week of Super Smash Bros. Wii U and 3DS Screens - Issue Fifty Two

Nightmare Wizard! Skimpy Samus?! Lord Ghirahim! More!

The hype keeps rolling on for Super Smash Bros., with official — and less official — updates showing us what we can expect when it arrives on the 3DS in early October. There's a sense that Masahiro Sakurai is getting to the nitty-gritty details. Sakurai-san's posts in the Director's Room...

News: "Mystery Travelers" Are Waiting to be Found in Wii Street U

"Mystery Travelers" Are Waiting to be Found in Wii Street U

Hints point the way

Wii Street U has perhaps been forgotten a little since its initial arrival as a free download in early 2013, though the fact it was a freebie helped to make it the most downloaded Wii U eShop title ever in some regions — Google really is taking over the world. We suspect that downloads of the Google Maps / Street View-inspired...

Feature: A Week of Super Smash Bros. Wii U and 3DS Screens - Issue Fifty One

A Week of Super Smash Bros. Wii U and 3DS Screens - Issue Fifty One

Mii outfits! Meta Knight! Mega Man! More!

It feels like we're approaching the home straight of Super Smash Bros. hype, with the nights (slowly) drawing in and the arrival of the 3DS entry well under two months away. There are still some mysteries to be unravelled, however, and Masahiro Sakurai has been upping his efforts to get gamers excited about...

News: The Namco Special Flag Will Boost Your Score in the New Super Smash Bros.

The Namco Special Flag Will Boost Your Score in the New Super Smash Bros.

Taking stock of the situation

In a bold move from the development team, Sakurai-san has revealed in his pic-of-the-day for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS that the elusive Namco Special Flag will have an unusual and potentially controversial effect on gameplay. If you're in a regular timed battle the flag will grant you an extra KO to add to...

News: Mii Mascot Outfits Shown Off for Super Smash Bros., as Sakurai-san Teases Meta Knight

Mii Mascot Outfits Shown Off for Super Smash Bros., as Sakurai-san Teases Meta Knight

It's either a hint or gentle trolling

Meta Knight was a somewhat divisive character in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, as he was so proficient in aerial combat, and so deadly with very little effort, that he was actually banned from competitive tournaments. A favourite of button mashers not actually sure of what they're doing, his absence so far from the...

News: This Game Boy Stage in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Is All Retro Charm

This Game Boy Stage in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Is All Retro Charm

A fitting tribute

It's almost hard to believe due to the extravagant length of its hype period, but Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS is less than two months away. It's so close we can almost see our Circle Pad / D-pad wearing out from all those extended fight sessions. In any case, Masahiro Sakurai has been particularly attentive to the portable...

News: Super Smash Bros. For 3DS To Feature More Trophies Than Brawl

Super Smash Bros. For 3DS To Feature More Trophies Than Brawl

Buy those you can't win with in-game money

One aspect of the Super Smash Bros. series that calls to the obsessive collector in all of us is trophies, little designs that will make us go for that 100,000th KO no matter what. Masahiro Sakurai is more than happy to feed this unhealthy obsession, and has outlined the volume of trophies and tweaks to the...

Feature: A Week of Super Smash Bros. Wii U and 3DS Screens - Issue Forty Nine

A Week of Super Smash Bros. Wii U and 3DS Screens - Issue Forty Nine

Paper Mario! Target Blast! Pokémon! More!

Another week has passed, which means we're ever closer to Super Smash Bros., with the 3DS version less than two months away. The tingle of anticipation is real, almost as real as the never-ending hype. Masahiro Sakurai knows this, of course, and continues to serve up daily doses of screenshot loveliness on...

News: Multi-Generational Paper Mario Stage Confirmed for Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS

Multi-Generational Paper Mario Stage Confirmed for Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS

Flips between Sticker Star and The Thousand-Year Door

With its release approaching quickly, we can expect more Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS news in the coming days and weeks. Masahiro Sakurai has taken the opportunity to share another new stage on the Miiverse Director's Community, and it could be a popular option on the portable. It's...

Feature: A Week of Super Smash Bros. Wii U and 3DS Screens - Issue Forty Eight

A Week of Super Smash Bros. Wii U and 3DS Screens - Issue Forty Eight

Star Fox! Robin! 3DS menu! More!

After causing quite a stir two weeks ago, the Super Smash Bros. hype was relatively reserved last week, though the 3DS version was particularly prominent in Nintendo's Gaming Lounge broadcast from Comic-Con. On the screenshot front, Masahiro Sakurai continued his fine form on the Director's Room Miiverse community

News: Miiverse Update Allows Screenshots As Favourite Posts and Additional Community Info

Miiverse Update Allows Screenshots As Favourite Posts and Additional Community Info

Share your favourite Communities with the world

The Miiverse platform is continually being updated by Nintendo, with the recent addition of line breaks not necessarily blowing minds, but doing its part to improve the service. We've seen posts support more characters, improvements to the profile layout and options, and more besides. Yet another...