Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U are the fourth and fifth installments of the Super Smash Bros. series. Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS is the very first game on a handheld system. The Nintendo 3DS version was released on Oct. 3, 2014 and the Wii U version on Nov. 21, 2014.
Pikachu was confirmed to return for Super Smash Bros. for 3DS / Wii U from the beginning on the project started.
Lucario was confirmed to return for Super Smash Bros. for 3DS / Wii U from January 30th, 2014. However, Sakurai confirmed that Lucario will have his Aura Sphere will grow bigger than in Brawl, his Extreme Speed will be damaging the opponents, and his eyes will glow when he is using Double Team. Lucario's Final Smash has been changed to his Mega Evolution. Lucario becomes as a default fighter in Super Smash Bros. for 3DS / Wii U .
Charizard is confirmed from the Super Smash Bros. Direct video along with Greninja and Charizard is now a separate fighter along with Zelda/Shiek and Samus/Zero Suit Samus due to Sakurai confirming that he cutted transforming and switching characters in custom moves. But, some of his special moves has been changed with Flare Blitz being as his Side Special Move, Rock Smash is now set as his Down Special Move, and his final smash is now able to change to Mega Charizard X.
Jigglypuff is an unlockable fighter in the Nintendo 3DS version and a default fighter in the Wii U version along with Ness, Ganondorf, and Bowser Jr.. Its design is visually updated to match the appearance it has in Pokémon X and Y. Super Smash Bros. for Wii U is the first Super Smash Bros. game to have Jigglypuff as a default fighter.
Mewtwo was confirmed in the Super Smash Bros. Direct. He will be part of a DLC Pack when the player registered Super Smash Bros. for 3DS / Wii U together in Club Nintendo by March 31st, 2015 and receive the free downloadable code in April 15, 2015. He was released in April 28, 2015.
Nintendo's new toys to life figurines were first released on the Super Smash Bros. line. The Pokemon franchise has recieved 6 amiibo figures which are: Pikachu, Jigglypuff, Charizard, Lucario, Greninja, and Mewtwo.
- Prism Tower is a stage that appears in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS. Fighters will be begin fighting on Prism Tower from Pokémon X & Y and the platform will take the fighters around on Lumiose City. This stage acts similar to Delfino Plaza from Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Skyloft from the Wii U version. Yveltal, Zapdos, and Helioptile will appear in the Stage, but not as Stage Hazards like from the Unova Pokémon League stage.
- Unova Pokémon League from Pokémon Black & White Version is the second Pokémon stage for the Nintendo 3DS version. Reshiram and Zekrom will appear as Stage Hazards here and Milotic, Shaymin and Whimsicott will make a cameo on the stage.
Wii U Version
- Kalos Pokémon League from Pokémon X and Y is a stage that first appeared in the Super Smash Bros. Direct video. Fighters will fight in different Kalos Elite Four themed chambers.
- Pokemon Stadium 2 is a stage from Super Smash Bros. Brawl that returns in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
Pokémon Stage Hazards
- Reshiram (Unova Pokémon League, New)
- Zekrom (Unova Pokémon League, New)
- Ho-Oh (Kalos Pokémon League, returns as a Stage Hazard)
- Rayquaza (Kalos Pokémon League, returns as a Stage Hazard)
- Registeel (Kalos Pokémon League, New)
- Manaphy (Kalos Pokémon League, returns as a Stage Hazard)
Pokémon Stage Cameos
Wii U Version
- Blastoise (Returns as a Stage Cameo)
- Clawitzer (New)
- Piplup (Returns as a Stage Cameo)
- Wailord (New)
- Electrode uses Explosion. This attack causes a huge explosion in 3 seconds. You can throw Electrode last-second in order to blow away opponents. It can also fake-out players by short-circuiting and failing to explode, only to explode when players get close.
- Staryu uses Swift. This attack allows Staryu to hover around the nearest opponent and shoot rapid-fire stars at them.
- Eevee uses Take Down. This attack allows Eevee to lunge towards players that are close. If no one is near, Eevee looks around, confused.
- Snorlax uses Body Slam. This attack lets Snorlax jump to the top of the screen and come back down bigger, crushing opponents that are underneath or near it.
- Mew uses Fly. This allows Mew to fly away from the stage, leaving gifts, points and trophies in its trails.
- Togepi uses Metronome. This attack allows Togepi to use Smokescreen, Powder Snow, Earthquake, Leech Seed & Hypnosis.
- Entei uses Fire Spin. This attack lets Entei boost a large fire pillar that can trap opponents within it.
- Suicune uses Aurora Beam. This attack allows Suicune to shoot a beam forward, freezing opponents that touch it.
- Lugia uses Aeroblast. This attack lets Lugia fly to the background and emit large waves of energy to damage opponents.
- Gardevoir uses Reflect. This attack allows Gardevoir to summon a reflective barrier that stops projectile attacks. Players can go inside the barrier to protect themselves.
- Latias & Latios use Steel Wing. This attack allows Latias and Latios to fly across the screen, specifically targeting any opponents.
- Kyogre uses Hydro Pump. This attack pushes opponents off the stage. Kyogre can follow the opponent by flying.
- Deoxys uses Hyper Beam. Any players that get near the beam that Deoxys fires take big damage and also can get trapped.
- Abomasnow uses Blizzard & Ice Punch. These attacks allow Abomasnow to freeze opponents with Ice Punch and to trap opponents with Blizzard.
- Palkia uses Spacial Rend. This attack allows Palkia to flip the screen upside-down, causing difficulty until it goes away.
- Giratina uses Dragon Breath. This attack allows Giratina to push opponents off-screen if they get trapped.
- Darkrai uses Dark Void. This attack pulls in opponents and puts them to sleep. Darkrai's Bad Dreams ability causes them to take damage while asleep.
- Arceus uses Gravity. This attack grounds any airborne opponents. If there is no stage below the opponent, they are immediately KOed.
- Victini uses Victory Star. This allows Victini to give its summoner Super Armor and raises all of their stats.
- Snivy uses Razor Leaf. This attack shoots rapid-fire leaves at the opponent. It replaces Chikorita.
- Oshawott uses Surf. This attack allows Oshawott to surf across the stage until it flies off the edge, possibly taking opponents along with it. It replaces Piplup.
- Zoroark uses Fury Swipes. This attack allows Zoroark to strike the first opponent it hits and then Meteor Smash the opponent when done slashing them.
- Kyurem uses Icy Wind. This attack allows Kyurem to release icy blows from its sides, freezing opponents.
- Keldeo uses Secret Sword. Keldeo jumps around the stage, slashing opponents it can reach.
- Meloetta uses Echoed Voice. Meloetta releases orbs of music that rapidly bounce across the stage.
- Genesect uses Techno Blast. Genesect jumps around the stage, releasing small bullets and then firing a giant beam.
- Chespin uses Seed Bomb. This attack allows Chespin to release seeds that do damage around it. Chespin can also be pushed around the stage by its summoner.
- Fennekin uses Incinerate. This attack allows Fennekin to shoot out fire beside it.
- Fletchling uses Peck. Any opponents near Fletchling are repeatedly pecked and also flinch when pecked.
- Spewpa uses Stun Spore. When Spewpa is attacked, it releases spores that stun the opponent temporarily.
- Gogoat uses Take Down. This attack allows Gogoat to run across the stage, running into opponents. The player is also able to ride on its back, but with the risk of Gogoat jumping off the stage.
- Swirlix uses Cotton Spore. Any players that go near Swirlix move slower as long as they are around Swirlix.
- Inkay uses Topsy-Turvy. Any players nearby Inkay will trip.
- Dedenne uses Discharge. This attack allows Dedenne to release an X-shaped electric attack that can trap opponents.
- Xerneas uses Geomancy. This allows Xerneas to boost all the stats of all players while also giving a bigger boost to its summoner.
Smash Run Enemies (Nintendo 3DS Exclusive)
Wii U Version
- Pokémon Center (Pokémon Red and Blue)
- Battle! (Champion)/Cynthia's Theme Remix (Pokémon Diamond and Pearl)
- Battle! (Dialga/Palkia) (Pokémon Diamond and Pearl)
- Battle! (Team Galactic) (Pokémon Diamond and Pearl)
- N's Castle Medley (Pokémon Black and White)
- Route 10 (Pokémon Black and White)
- Route 23 (Pokémon Black 2 and White 2)
- Battle! (Team Flare) (Pokémon X and Y)
- Battle! (Champion (Pokémon X and Y)
- Trainer Battle Theme Remix (Pokémon X and Y)
- Victory Road (Pokémon X and Y)
- ^ Official Japanese site Text at the bottom of the screen essentially translates as "Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS: September 13, 2014 Release; 5,200 yen suggested retail price (excluding tax). Super Smash Bros. for Wii U: 2014 Winter Release; price undecided."
- ^ Official US site
- ^ Official English European site
- ^ Official Australian site
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