Super Smash Bros. 3DS/Wii U
|Super Smash Bros. 3DS/Wii U|
|Genre:||Fighting / Action|
|Developer:||Nintendo / Bandai Namco|
|Platform:||Nintendo Wii U / Nintendo 3DS|
|Release Date:|| 3DS|
September 13 2014 JPN
October 3 2014 NA/EU
October 4 2014 AUS
|Game Modes:|| Global Smash Power|
Super Smash Bros. 3DS/Wii U is the latest installment in the Super Smash Brother series, developed by Bandai Namco and Nintendo for the 3DS and Wii U, the only Smash Bros. game to be released simultaneously on two consoles, and the first to appear on a Nintendo handheld device. It features the mascots from first third-party Nintendo games against one another. The game is due to release in October 2014 for the 3DS version, and Winter 2014 for the Wii U version.
The 3DS version of the game will run at 60fps in 3D and the entire game will be in Stereoscopic 3D. However the Assist Trophies and Pokémon that appear in the game will run at 30fps.
 Differences Between Versions
While the games will feature some distinct differences between the consoles they appear on, the roster will remain identical between both. However, the stages that these characters will play on will differ significantly from console to console, some of the stages will be available on either the 3DS or Wii U and for those stages that appear on both version of the game it is their designs that will be different. In the 3DS version of the game, each stage will have two musical pieces, this differs somewhat from Super Smash Bros. Melee where only some of the stages had more than one music score set to them. However in the Wii U version you can access the "My Music" menu to select from a trove of different musical numbers from familiar Nintendo series and past Smash Bros. games, much like Super Smash Bros. Brawl. There will also be elements to link the 3DS and Wii U versions, but very little is known about it currently.
There are currently 23 stages currently confirmed to appear in Smash Bros. 3DS/Wii U:
There are more stages yet to be revealed for both the 3DS and Wii U Versions.
A change made from previous titles is that now all stages have a Final Destination form.
Currently there are 25 characters confirmed to be appearing in Super Smash Bros. 3DS/Wii U:
 Assist Trophies
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the Wii U version of the game will have online Multiplayer, much like Super Smash Bros. Brawl did, with the option to play with only friends or anyone online. The 3Ds version will also have online multiplayer. There will be no scoring system for Online Multiplayer, but there will be a system in place that matchmakes based on player skill.
When battling online with friends players can change the rules to whatever they like. You can have stock battles, battles with no time limit and whatever stages you want.
Another mode, called Smash Run is also available. However, it is local multiplayer only. It is also a 3DS exclusive mode.
 Game Modes
 For Fun
- Main Article: For Fun
- Stages: Random (No Final Destination)
- Items: All
- Smash Battles Only
- Only Wins Recorded
 For Glory
- Main Article: For Glory
- Stages: Final Destination only
- Items: None
- 1-on-1 battles possible
- Wins and losses recorded
 Smash Run
- Main Article: Smash Run
- Stages: A massive map, called the Smash Run Stage
- Items: All but Final Smashes, Assist Trophies, and Pokeballs.
- At the end of each 5 min time limit, players are placed in a stage to fight with their new powerups
- Nothing recorded
 Global Smash Power
- Main Article: Global Smash Power
Global Smash Power is a game mode available in solo-play that will rank players against one another for the highest score. The ranking system differs from other games in that the high Global Smash Power number you receive, the better placed you are amongst the world's greatest. For example, if you had a GSP of 300,456 it means you would have bested 300,455 people worldwide.
Super Smash Bros. 3DS/Wii U is being developed by Namco-Bandai Inc and Sora LTD. and Nintendo will publish the game. On the Nintendo E3 Direct on June 11, 2013, there were 2 trailers shown that announced the game and newcomers announced were Villager (Animal Crossing), Mega Man (Mega Man), and Wii Fit Trainer (Wii Fit).
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