This just in, Mewtwo is now available for purchase for Super Smash Bros. For those that didn’t register Super Smash Bros for both the Nintendo 3DS and the Wii U, you can now go to the eShop and purchase Mewtwo at $4.99 for both the Nintendo 3DS and the Wii U, or $3.99 for one of them.
Make sure you jump on your Wii U today and purchase him.
Could Rayman be headed to Super Smash Bros. in the near future? Check out the image above and the video below as some convincing footage and screenshots have surfaced that have everyone’s favorite limbless hero joining the battle in Smash. Although nothing has been confirmed, presumably the character would be apart of some sort of un-announced DLC for the popular game.
What do you guys think? Is Rayman coming to Super Smash Bros?
The good guys over at GameXplain put Amiibo and the New 3DS to the test with the Smash Bros. update. Check out this video showcasing Amiibo battle it out in Smash Bros for 3DS. The new update for the Nintendo 3DS was released today that allows full Amiibo support.
Here are some tips and tricks to help you win at Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. The game, which was released in November of 2014, is outstanding and we here at MVGN cannot get enough. Be sure to watch this new episode of “How to Win at Smash” and let us know what you think.
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Here is an all new Nintendo Minute showcasing Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and amiibo Game Play. We are knee deep in Smash Bros for Wii U and will have our official review of the game in the very near future.
Check out the all new Nintendo Minute and let us know what you think.
Super Smash Bros creator Masahiro Sakurai has confirmed to Video Gamer that the company has no plans to release premium downloadable content for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS versions. Sakurai says the reason behind this is that he wants fans to feel content that they’ve got the full version of each game. Here is what he had to say regarding the DLC:
“I understand that DLC could add a lot to the appeal of Smash Bros.,” Sakurai said, “and I appreciate that a major part of the excitement for these games come from which characters will appear in the roster, so I think fans could really enjoy DLC that could keep this excitement going. However, I think there might be criticism that we are cutting up content to sell characters one by one, or that we are adding things later that should have been there from the start.”
“Creating a single fighter involves a huge investment, and we’ve already been giving it our all and investing a lot of work in the characters currently available in the game and, I think it’s an incredible package in terms of the sheer amount of content in the game. But it might be that people may not understand and may think that I am not offering enough by just looking at DLC itself.
“In light of this, we always need to weigh up both sides of this topic and carefully consider whether it really is best to have DLC or not.”
“However, what I can say now about paid DLC is that we aren’t working on anything at the moment,” he continued. “We’ve put all our efforts into making the actual game. Creating DLC would involve large additional costs and require the involvement of a lot of people. I can’t yet give you an answer about whether the price would justify the costs and criticisms mentioned above.”
Here is an all new Super Smash Bros. for Wii U TV Commercial for your viewing pleasure. The new Smash Bros has already seen tremendous success on the 3DS and it looks like it will be the Wii U’s turn this month.
Check out the commercial and let us know what you think. Super Smash Bros. for Wii U will arrive on November 21st.