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Tag: Super Smash Bros.

Tomorrow marks the last time we will see a dedicated Nintendo Direct specifically for Super Smash Bros. on Wii U and 3DS. A lot of mad hype has been going around recently after the reveal of Cloud Strife as a downloadable character, but more crazy reveals could very well be around the corner, for fighters, stages, and maybe even more, like adventure modes, trophies, music and who knows what else. But what about something for us fans of Nintendo’s greatest…

As we’ve seen many times before here at Zelda Informer, gamers like to play around with the code of certain game’s and fiddle with the characters actions/commands. I’ve shown this before in a video involving a gamer hacking Super Smash Bros.: Melee in order to have Princess Zelda with Fox’s speed. The most recent Melee video I’ve discovered involving the use of Tool-Assisted Superplay (TAS) has Young Link in Cruel Melee mode taking on the most ferocious form of the fighting polygon team you can imagine…

GameXplain gave us a tour of the Omega version of the Pirate Ship Stage, which returned to Super Smash Bros. for Wii U in the latest DLC. The Pirate Ship was originally in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, and it’s great to see it return to the Wii U version of the game. Since Super Smash Bros. Brawl didn’t have Omega stages, however, this is the first time we get to see the Omega version of the Pirate Ship Stage…

Zelda has never been known to run around like her own version of The Flash, and she probably never will. Excluding her Sheik transformation, Zelda is about average speed in Super Smash Bros.: Melee. A Reddit user named uzk, however, has decided to try adjusting her speed to see how she would fare with an agility boost…

The Ganondorf amiibo that was released last week at GameStop and EB Games is back in stock! If you didn’t get a chance to purchase him last time, it’s your lucky day! No need to wait – get it now before they sell out again! It’s online only at the beautiful price of $12.99 USD.

This Super Smash Bros. version of Ganondorf is pretty rad, to be sure…

It’s no secret that the Super Smash Bros. community is alive and kickin’, with a decently healthy split of players who still enjoy Melee while another big crowd has moved onto Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS. While the competitive scene is alive and well in both iterations of the series, it’s the fan modding community that gets the spotlight today. Sometime ago, a massive fan project known as Project M went public. Project M was a modified version of Super Smash Bros. Brawl that aimed to make the gameplay more like Melee, and it didn’t even require the hacking of your Wii console to enjoy it…

Are you ready for the next big wave of amiibo? I know I am as we’re getting another Zelda figure from Super Smash Bros. with Ganondorf. Ganondorf, Zero Suit Samus, Olimar, Bowser Jr., Dr, Mario, and 30th Anniversary Mario will be available on September 11th. That’s not the only amiibo releasing in September, however. Just a couple weeks later you can nab the retro 3-pack of R.O.B., Game and Watch, and Duck Hunt on the 25th. According to Nintendo’s press release, availability to pre-order is being left up to the various retailers, much like prior waves of amiibo…

We don’t talk about Smash Bros. around these parts very often, though that may be changing as we get our official Zelda Informer Smash Tournament off the ground (more on that later). Still, it’s hard to ignore the absolutely hilarious video created by SoKrispyMedia. The concept is simple enough – take Super Smash Bros. and make it first person through a virtual reality headset. The main person in the video puts on the headset and becomes Mario battling against a real life (well, virtual reality real) version of Link…

Earlier today, Nintendo announced through their Japanese Twitter account that the Hyrule Castle 64 stage is coming to Super Smash Bros. on Wii U & 3DS as paid DLC. The stage launches this Friday, July 31st alongside a handful of other updates, including the long-awaited Tourney Mode, YouTube Replays, Mii Fighter Costume Packs and more…

Tournament mode will be making its return exclusively to Super Smash Bros. U this August. Announced during today’s Smash event, tournament mode, including community and regular tourneys, will see their way…