To hype up fans just before E3, Nintendo did exactly as we expected them to and showcased plenty of new features, characters, outfits, and more that are coming to Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. To be more specific, all of the in-game content revealed is not upcoming; it was, in fact, made available at 8:00 a.m. PST on June 14, directly after the announcement video. Well played, Nintendo.
Here we’ve rounded up all the important bits and pieces for you in one tidy spot, because that’s how much we care. Check out the links throughout for more detailed information on each particular topic.
Each new fighter is available at the same price points.
Wii U – $3.99 per character
3DS – $3.99 per character
Wii U/3DS – $4.99 per character
Mii Fighter Outfits
Jacky Bryant (Virtua Fighter series)
Akira Yuki (Virtua Fighter series)
MegaMan.EXE (Mega Man Battle Network)
Zero (Mega Man X)
Isabelle (Animal Crossing)
Inkling Boy (Splatoon)
Inkling Girl (Splatoon)
Squid Hat (Splatoon)
Heihachi (Tekken series)
Each new outfit and item is available at the same price points.
Wii U – $0.75 per outfit
3DS – $0.75 per outfit
Wii U/3DS – $1.15 per outfit
Hyrule Castle (not yet available – release TBA)
Peach’s Castle (not yet available – release TBA)
Kirby’s Dreamland is available at the following price points:
Wii U – $1.99
3DS – $1.99
Wii U/3DS – $2.99
The Miiverse Stage is exclusive to the Wii U version of the game, and is free to anyone who owns Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
Suzaku Castle comes as a package with Ryu on both platforms at the following price points:
Wii U – $5.99
3DS – $5.99
Wii U/3DS – $6.99
Community and elimination-style tournaments will be released in a patch this August.
Saved replay footage can be uploaded directly to YouTube. This service is not yet available, and will likely drop around the same time as the tournaments.
Available in September:
Mr. Game & Watch
Falco (Star Fox series)