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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...

News: King Dedede to Wield the Mallet as the Latest Challenger in New Super Smash Bros.

King Dedede to Wield the Mallet as the Latest Challenger in New Super Smash Bros.

Plenty of screens to enjoy

King Dedede has been confirmed as a challenger in the new Super Smash Bros. titles on the Wii U and 3DS, the latest in a number of recent additions as the roster fills out. His appearance was always on the cards after his role in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, with his weight and ready-to-use weapon making him a useful...

News: Masahiro Sakurai Confirms Separate Super Smash Bros. Trophies for Wii U and 3DS

Masahiro Sakurai Confirms Separate Super Smash Bros. Trophies for Wii U and 3DS

Even more of them to collect

Masahiro Sakurai took a short break from posting daily Super Smash Bros. screens over the festive period, but has today made his triumphant return to the Miiverse Director's Room community. We'll be resuming our weekly summary from next week, but it may interest you to know that Sakurai-san has used his first post of...

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

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

Rainbow Road 3DS stage! Yellow things! Zelda! More!

We're a day late with this article, so our apologies. As is always the case Masahiro Sakurai took to the Super Smash Bros. Director's Room on Miiverse to share screens of Super Smash Bros., even doing so during the main Holiday week. He has confirmed that the pic of the day feature is taking a...

News: Zelda Unveiled as New Smash Bros. Challenger

Zelda Unveiled as New Smash Bros. Challenger

The legendary Princess is back

It seems that even the festive season doesn't stop Masahiro Sakurai and his team from bringing us more Super Smash Bros. goodness. The official website for the game is once again causing buzz with the unveiling of a new challenger, and it's the return of another favourite. Zelda has been revealed this time, once...

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

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

Rosalina and Luma! Wily Stage! Cool Nintendo Direct video! Other stuff!

It's the last entry of this series of features before Christmas, and we think last week's screens will certainly help us get into the seasonal spirit. As always Masahiro Sakurai took to the Super Smash Bros. Director's Room on Miiverse to share screens of Super Smash Bros.,...

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

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

Steel Diver, Nintendogs, The Yellow Devil and more

The start of another week means more Super Smash Bros. screens for us to enjoy; Masahiro Sakurai treated us to some particularly charming examples last week in the Super Smash Bros. Director's Room Miiverse community board, making some minor reveals in the process. The reveals are mostly centred on...

News: Nintendo Confirms That Smash Bros. Isn't Lined Up for Spring

Nintendo Confirms That Smash Bros. Isn't Lined Up for Spring

Denied

Yesterday we reported a rumour of a Spring release date for the new Super Smash Bros, though urged plenty of caution and pointed out the dangers of misquoted executives. It all came about from Nintendo Germany's Bernd Fakesch tying the release of the new fighting game in the same window as Mario Kart 8 on Wii U; the racing game has been...

Rumour: Smash Bros. Heading for a Spring 2014 Release

Smash Bros. Heading for a Spring 2014 Release

Lost in translation?

There have been rumours bouncing around for a few weeks that Super Smash Bros. on Wii U and 3DS may arrive during the Spring of 2014, mainly based on retail listings. They've been loose rumours at best, but an interview given by Nintendo Germany's Bernd Fakesch has prompted speculation that Sakurai-san's hotly anticipated...

News: Majora's Mask Appears Again, This Time as a New Smash Bros. Assist Trophy

Majora's Mask Appears Again, This Time as a New Smash Bros. Assist Trophy

Sakurai-san strikes again, the big tease

If anyone accuses Nintendo of losing its sense of playful mischief, perhaps we should just mention The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. The iconic Nintendo 64 title has been teased on various occasions as potential remake material, while excitable fans have done enough speculation (and mocked up trailers) to...