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Super Smash Bros. for Wii U screenshots (10/24/14)

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No doubt one of the coolest announcements this morning was the inclusion of 8-player Smash in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. Sakurai explains a little bit more about the chaotic mode in today’s screenshots:

 


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And here’s a stage prepared for a large number of fighters, Big Battlefield!! Fighters can spread out, so it should be easier battling on a stage like this.

 

Smash Bros. Wii U – My Music overview and screenshots

Posted 22 hours ago
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There’s a huge number of songs included in the Wii U version, and you can adjust how often a song plays by going into My Music.

You can freely adjust the settings so all songs have an equal chance of playing or make it so only one song plays.

In My Music, you can adjust the song settings not only for the stages, but for the menu screen as well.

How to Get More Songs

The songs are not all available at the start of the game. Find CD items in the game to expand your collection. CDs can appear during matches or as rewards in Challenges.

Most of the songs from the Nintendo 3DS version are available in the Wii U version. There are also songs from past titles and new songs too. You can see the list of musicians and their songs via the following link:

http://www.smashbros.com/us/music/

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Smash Bros. Wii U – 8-Player Smash overview and screenshots

Posted 22 hours ago
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For the first time ever in the Smash Bros. series, you can play with up to eight players at once! This game mode is only available in the Wii U version.

* 8-Player Smash cannot be selected in online battles.

Rules for 8-Player Smash

Only the Time and Stock rule settings can be used in 8-Player Smash. In Team Battles, you can fight with up to four teams. (Team colors are red, blue, green, and yellow.) Also, only some of the stages are available in 8-Player Smash.

Compatible Controllers

In an eight-player battle, the following controllers can be used.

○Wii U GamePad (Max 1)
○Wii Remote or Wii Remote Plus* (Max 7)
○Wii U Pro Controller (Max 7)
○Nintendo GameCube controller** (Max 8)
○Nintendo 3DS series system*** (Max 8)

* Includes expansion controllers (such as the Nunchuk or Classic Controller Pro).
** Two GameCube Controller Adapter for Wii U accessories are required to connect eight GameCube controllers (each sold separately)
*** In order to use a Nintendo 3DS as a controller, each Nintendo 3DS system must have Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS.

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Smash Bros. Wii U – Smash overview and screenshots

Posted 22 hours ago
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Fight your friends or CPU fighters on your favorite stages with your preferred rules in Smash mode. Up to four players can play.

Rule Settings


The number of Kos you get doesn’t matter—it’s all about being the last fighter standing. You start with a set stock of lives that decreases by one every time you get KO’d. If your stock drops to zero, you’re out of the battle.


This rule setting is only available in the Wii U version. The player who collects the most coins within the time limit wins. Hit enemies to knock coins out of them, and then pick up the coins. You’ll lose some coins if you get KO’d.

Special Smash

Special Smash is only available in the Wii U version. In this mode, you can set various rules for a Smash battle. You can set fighter health to Stamina mode, equip fighters with items, make all fighters move at high speed, and more.
*Special Smash cannot be selected in online battles.

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