Super Smash Bros: Wii U/3DS guide – beginner tips, best characters, all the stages by Jens BerglundSuper Smash Bros. 3DS is a major handheld game, and one destined to be played for many years to come. We’re still waiting on news of the Wii U version’s release date, but we’ll be updating this guide with all the details of the TV game as soon as we can. The information below is applicable to both, though: there are going to be very few differences between the two.
The 3DS version sold more than 1 million copies on its first two days on sale in Japan, and for good reason: it comes with a roster of 49 characters, 15 of which are new to the series. The Wii U version will be almost identical to its smaller counterpart, but there are going to be certain differences between the stages, trophies and assist trophies. Nothing major.
So. Have at it.
Start here. If you’re new to the series or just want a refresher course, our general Super Smash Bros. tips are for you. Here you’ll find definitions and notes on the all the game’s main concepts, including stage design, KOs, Smash Attacks, Tilts, Aerials, Smashes and more. Wonder why damage always goes over 100%? No longer. Hit the link.
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I've never played any Fire Emblem games. I do not know Ike's backstory. All I know is his sword sounds like a truck when it hits people and that is satisfying as hell. Do Marth or Link's swords make truck noises when they hit people? No, they make regular sword sounds. Take that realistic junk somewhere else. Seriously though, try and play with one of those other sword guys after using Ike.
Are you looking to be the best? Are you playing the game for the first time and looking for a broad idea of who to play? Or are you looking to keep track of all things Smash Bros. Then do we have a tier list for you. You feel like you can reach greater heights, take on the best and step up to challenge the world.
Unlocked the whole roster of fighters, or just looking for some new flavor to your games? Head to our Smash Bros. Ultimate review, for Nintendo Switch. Oh, Smash Bros. Nintendo's iconic, chaotic brawler has given us a lot of good memories over the years, and the latest addition to the series looks set to continue its legacy, while looking back on everything — and every fighter — that made it great. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate packs in more fighters, more stages, more gameplay modes, and more tactical elements of any game in the franchise.
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Super Smash Bros Ultimate is here and selling by the bucket load , and so you'll have plenty of competition on your hands. If you're new to the game, some of the fundamentals of Smash Bros' combat will seem a little counter-intuitive to fans of traditional fighting games - which is where our Super Smash Bros Ultimate tips can help. A long time player but a little rusty, or simply want to improve? Our advanced Super Smash Bros Ultimate tips can provide some broader strategies to improve your game - especially in multiplayer. We've pulled together some of the most common areas of confusion, and provided a quick explanation of each concept so that you can start mastering the finer details of the game nice and quickly. If you look at the bottom of the screen, you'll be able to see a percentage marker for each of the characters in combat.
Super Smash Bros. It is the fifth installment in the Super Smash Bros. The game follows the series' traditional style of gameplay: controlling one of various characters , players must use differing attacks to weaken their opponents and knock them out of an arena. It features a wide variety of game modes , including a campaign for single-player and multiplayer versus modes. Ultimate includes every playable character from all previous Super Smash Bros.