Super Smash Bros. 3DS

I want to believe: Ridley in Smash Bros.

If you have been listening to Infendo Radio for the past year, you will know that with any mention of playable characters in the Wii U and 3DS versions of Super Smash Bros., I tend to grasp at straws for possible roster additions. Some have been true while others have been de-confirmed with the swift iron fist of Masahiro Sakurai himself. But, the one addition that I’ve been clamoring for wi...

Shulk joins the Smash Bros. roster…officially

As far as I know, there was no fanfare from Nintendo before or during today’s Smash Bros. roster reveal. Thanks for generating the hype on that one, Nintendo…not. Still, we have an awesome new trailer that accompanies the reveal of none other than Shulk, who has been long-predicted by fans as playable, especially after this high-profile leak. Does this mean the dog from Duck Hunt isn&#...

New Paper Mario Stage Flips the Script on Standard Stage Design

Another new stage has been unveiled for Smash Bros, this time representing a series not yet visited in the franchise. The Paper Mario stage highlights some of the major mechanics of the series, as it is made of paper and is blown away by strong winds. It is currently unclear whether this will affect the gameplay of your fighters, but when the stage folds over and opens up again, it transforms into...

Super Smash Bros. Main Menu Screen Revealed!

  Here’s another sneak peek at Super Smash Bros. for the 3DS: the Main Menu Screen! Looks like there will be several features (most of which have already been revealed so far) to satisfy your Smash needs. One notable feature looks to be the connectivity with the Wii U. The icons are also animated and the bottom screen displays pictures that match each mode! If you’ve played Kid Ic...

Tomodachi Life stage in Smash Bros. 3DS reminiscent of Brawl’s Luigi’s Mansion

  You must have JavaScript enabled on your device to view Miiverse posts that have been embedded in a website. View post in Miiverse. Masahiro Sakurai’s Super Smash Bros. pic of the day reveals a new stage for the Nintendo 3DS version of the game inspired by Tomodachi Life. As you can see in the screen above, it’s the apartment building from the quirky life sim game, with four roo...

[Updated] Robin, Lucina, and Captain Falcon join the Super Smash Bros. Wii U/3DS line-up

Update: The new trailer is now viewable on YouTube. Check it out here or below this post. A few things are still vague, but Lucina seems a whole lot like a gender swap for Marth, and Chrom seems like a mystery, as we don’t see him fighting a whole lot in the trailer. More food for thought. Original Post: As Nintendo promised, a new character has been announced for Super Smash Bros. Wii U/3DS...

New Super Smash Bros. fighter will be revealed Monday morning

On Monday, a new challenger will be revealed for #SmashBros. You'll be able to watch it here at 7AM PT http://t.co/JX9VGcZjKd — Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) July 11, 2014 Thanks to a Tweet from Nintendo of America’s official Twitter account, we know that a new Super Smash Bros. challenger will be revealed Monday morning at 7:00am PT, via the official Smash Bros. website. ...

Mii characters playable in Super Smash Bros. Wii U/3DS

Reggie Fils-Aime, who has long been desired as a playable character in Super Smash Bros., can now join the fight, though not necessarily in the way players were expecting: Mii characters are now playable fighters in the Super Smash Bros. games for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. To offer variety and help Mii characters stand out from other fighters, players will have three fighting styles to choose from f...

SSB Pic of the Day reveals new Villager alternatives, including female Villager

Masahiro Sakurai, director of the Super Smash Bros. games headed for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, has announced, via Miiverse, the option to play as different versions of the Villager (Animal Crossing series), which include at least two female iterations. This doesn’t change the Villager’s moveset, of course, but it is nice to see character variations that amount to more than a simple palet...

Nintendo to hold Smash Bros. Invitational at E3 2014

For E3 2014, aside from the usual banter of video game announcements, Nintendo has announced they will hold a 16-player Super Smash Bros. tournament at the annual event. Dubbed the Super Smash Bros. Invitational, the tournament will coincide with a limited demo run of the Wii U version of Smash Bros. at various Best Buy stores. Nintendo has provided a full statement on the event below. In addition...