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News: Nintendo Initially Requested a Shutdown of the Whole Smash Bros. EVO Event, Before Backtracking

Nintendo Initially Requested a Shutdown of the Whole Smash Bros. EVO Event, Before Backtracking

It wasn't just the stream

We know that Nintendo, in recent months, has been attempting to assert greater control over its image and any representation of its IPs. It started claiming the advert money from monetized videos featuring its properties on YouTube, before subsequently backing down in some cases; it wouldn't be surprising if this was due...

News: New Smash Bros. to be "Something Right in Between" Melee and Brawl

New Smash Bros. to be "Something Right in Between" Melee and Brawl

Balancing a priority, while patches will be considered

While we saw some nice footage during E3, there's still relatively little known about the new Super Smash Bros. titles that we'll see on Wii U and 3DS. We know that Mega Man and The Villager will be new characters, and that each version will have its own platform-specific stages, while some...

News: Sakurai: Online Play Will Be Improved in Upcoming Smash Bros.

Sakurai: Online Play Will Be Improved in Upcoming Smash Bros.

"We've learned a lot about net play since Brawl was released"

Super Smash Bros. Brawl was one of the few Wii games to venture online. By delving into the Nintendo WFC players from all four corners of the world could brawl with each other in what was a decent experience in some battles, and a more turbulent one in others. Unfortunately, as with most...

News: Rest Easy, New Characters Are Coming To Smash Bros. 3DS and Wii U

Rest Easy, New Characters Are Coming To Smash Bros. 3DS and Wii U

Masahiro Sakurai confirms new additions to roster at recent developers conference

Super Smash Bros. supremo Masahiro Sakurai's recent comments regarding the 3DS and Wii U versions of the game have caused a little concern amongst fans. Speaking a few weeks ago about adding more cameos to the game, he said: "Introducing more non-Nintendo characters...

News: New Super Smash Bros. Is a 'Big Priority' for Namco

New Super Smash Bros. Is a 'Big Priority' for Namco

Roster decisions a way off

The game may still be a fair bit away, with the only publicly shown development being a whiteboard sketch, but the next entry in the Super Smash Bros. series is, it's safe to assume, high on the hype lists of a lot of Nintendo gamers. It's the ultimate fan-service franchise, so it's only natural to want to know as much as...

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