On October 3rd, Nintendo gave us a taste of what the new Super Smash Bros. will play like, albeit on a much smaller screen. We got the full roster, some exclusive levels, and even an exclusive mode, and yet, it still didn't feel like the complete package. Despite the game being fun, the majority of Smash's success and enjoyment comes from sitting down around the TV with your friends, and duking it out as you pass the controllers around. The 3DS version just couldn't capture this feeling. Thankfully, the Wii U version does it in spades.
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U has dethroned Mario Kart 8 as the fastest-selling Wii U title ever in the U.S. market. Through the three-day period of November 21 through November 23, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U sold more than... read more
It's official. Nintendo will be releasing an update for Super Smash Bros. on Wii U and 3DS July 31st. Announced officially on the Super Smash Bros. Facebook page, the update will add Tourney mode and the option to post... read more