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News: Super Smash Bros. Melee Confirmed for Evo 2014

Super Smash Bros. Melee Confirmed for Evo 2014

Re-joins after a dramatic 2013 appearance

Keen fighting game fans may already have Evo 2014 in their diaries, taking place at Las Vegas Hotel & Casino between 11-13th July and all set to be streamed online to thousands of eager fans. Those that followed last year's events may also recall the controversy and happy ending over its Super Smash...

News: Super Smash Bros. on 3DS Just Got More Real - Lumiose City Confirmed as a New Stage

Super Smash Bros. on 3DS Just Got More Real - Lumiose City Confirmed as a New Stage

Fight on The Prism Tower

Over the many weeks of daily screenshots from Masahiro Sakurai on the Super Smash Bros. Miiverse Director's room, those desiring the 3DS version may have felt that the Wii U iteration was getting shown a lot more love. That was probably the case, though in recent times Sakurai-san has posted more images of the portable...

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

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

Grannies! Bumper! Little Mac punching! More!

It's Monday, which normally means Nintendo Download news for Europe and Super Smash Bros. screens at which to gawk. For the second week running we're denied the former as expected — we'll bring the full list when it's released — but we can still enjoy our normal weekly screen summary. Phew. Masahiro...

News: Tortimer Island Confirmed as a New 3DS Stage in Super Smash Bros.

Tortimer Island Confirmed as a New 3DS Stage in Super Smash Bros.

Bells of heaven

Masahiro Sakurai's daily Miiverse posts of screens for the new Super Smash Bros. entries remain hugely popular, often showing humorous poses or revealing details on mechanics, moves and features of the games. Reveals are often made through this Director's Room community, too, and Sakurai-san has now unveiled a new stage for the 3DS...

News: Diddy Kong Confirmed as the Latest New Challenger for Super Smash Bros.

Diddy Kong Confirmed as the Latest New Challenger for Super Smash Bros.

With a bunch of images inside

Barely a week passes at the moment without some form of interesting reveal for the new Super Smash Bros. titles on the way to Wii U and 3DS, with Little Mac recently confirmed as part of a Nintendo Direct broadcast. Announced today with a little less hype but not lacking in fan service is the news that Diddy Kong will...

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

A Week of Super Smash Bros. Wii U and 3DS Screens - Issue Twenty Five

Cute Nintendog! Little Mac! Home-Run Bat! More!

Super Smash Bros. made another Nintendo Direct appearance last week, with 2014 again emphasized as the release window, to remind us that the iconic series isn't far away from a Wii U and 3DS return. We're a little later than normal with the summary this time, but Masahiro Sakurai continues to use the...

News: Little Mac Arrives as a Knockout Challenger in Super Smash Bros.

Little Mac Arrives as a Knockout Challenger in Super Smash Bros.

Images galore inside

The latest Nintendo Direct didn't tell us when Super Smash Bros. is arriving on Wii U and 3DS, aside from '2014', but there was a rather pleasing reveal for the title. Little Mac, the hero of the Punch-Out!! series, arrives as a challenger for the first time. The trailer, below, shows the pugilist in action and certainly...

News: These Super Smash Bros. Home-Run Bat Screens May Brighten Your Day

These Super Smash Bros. Home-Run Bat Screens May Brighten Your Day

Out of the park

Masahiro Sakurai doesn't often reveal new challengers or arenas in his daily posts on the Miiverse Director's Room for the new Super Smash Bros. entries on Wii U and 3DS, but he does often show-off individual moves, mechanics and items. Today may not send shock waves around the world, but could be a fan-favourite. As you can see...

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

A Week of Super Smash Bros. Wii U and 3DS Screens - Issue Twenty Four

Lucario again! Palkia! Mother Brain! More!

Super Smash Bros. keeps creeping closer — thanks to the inevitable passing of time — and we can anticipate the anarchic fun that awaits at home on Wii U and, pleasingly, on our travels with those funky 3DS visuals. Masahiro Sakurai continues to tease us along, via the Super Smash Bros. Director's Room,...

News: Mother Brain Revealed As An Enormous Super Smash Bros. Assist Trophy

Mother Brain Revealed As An Enormous Super Smash Bros. Assist Trophy

Mother NO!

If Samus in the upcoming Super Smash Bros. is ultimately going to be heavily influenced by the design from Metroid: Other M, then perhaps she'll be less the silent and deadly hunter from the Metroid Prime Trilogy and more prone to flashbacks, fearing the past and generally being full of angst. The latest assist trophy may, then, send our...

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

A Week of Super Smash Bros. Wii U and 3DS Screens - Issue Twenty Three

Lucario! Palutena! Beetle item! More awesome stuff!

Here's a pleasing thought. Super Smash Bros. is now a day closer than it was yesterday, and when you wake up tomorrow it'll be closer again. We may not have a release date, but we can be confident of that, which is something — right? Masahiro Sakurai, via the Super Smash Bros. Director's Room,...

News: Masahiro Sakurai Teases New Super Smash Bros. Stage With Palutena Image

Masahiro Sakurai Teases New Super Smash Bros. Stage With Palutena Image

Statue hints at Kid Icarus stage on Wii U

Masahiro Sakurai continues to increase his daily picture to tease ratio for the upcoming Super Smash Bros. titles on Wii U and 3DS, with yesterday bringing a new item reveal; the Director's Room on Miiverse shows all, and we'll summarise as always early next week. Occasionally his posts tip over from being a...

News: Masahiro Sakurai Confirms Super Smash Bros. Changes to Edge Grabbing Mechanics

Masahiro Sakurai Confirms Super Smash Bros. Changes to Edge Grabbing Mechanics

If you have the skills, this stuff matters

While Masahiro Sakurai's daily Miiverse posts are entertaining in their own right, in recent weeks he's been revealing more tid-bits of info on features and fighting mechanics in the new Super Smash Bros. titles. While not wholly revealing in themselves, they're gradually painting a picture of a development...

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

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

Dedede! Ashley! Group Shots! More!

While 2014 could have been a tad better so far, let's remember one important thing — Super Smash Bros. arrives on 3DS and Wii U this year! Go on, let a smile creep across those lips, and know that Masahiro Sakurai is still delivering daily goodies on the Super Smash Bros. Director's Room on Miiverse. With every...

News: Sakurai Reiterates That There'll Be No Subspace Emissary-Style Story in Super Smash Bros.

Sakurai Reiterates That There'll Be No Subspace Emissary-Style Story in Super Smash Bros.

Also teases a new 3DS stage

Last summer Masahiro Sakurai stated that there'd be no cinematic story in the new Super Smash Bros. titles coming to the Wii U and 3DS. The reasoning was a little peculiar, as Sakurai-san said the following. Unfortunately, the movie scenes we worked hard to create were uploaded onto the internet. You can only truly wow...