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Welcome back to the Weekly Smash Up where we take a look back at the Super Smash Bros. For Nintendo 3DS & Wii U screenshots Masahiro Sakurai has posted on Miiverse for the past week. For the week of June 16th, we start off with a look at the Mii Swordfighter, who was announced as being playable (one of three Mii Fighter forms) at E3 last week. The Mii Swordfighter has at least three different weapons, Shurikens of Lights, Chakrams, & Gale Strikes. The player has some degree of control over the Chakram as well.
The next screen shows us Eggrobo who a machine used by Dr. Eggman in the Sonic series. He’ll be making an appearance as an enemy in the Smash Run mode on the 3DS version and attacks with laser beams.
Wednesday brought us the reveal of another new mini-game for the 3DS version, Trophy Rush. Sakurai-san called it “quite a bit different from Coin Launcher” and said that they’re not going to share details about it just yet.
Our next screen shows Pac-Man using a special move called Bonus Fruit. While charging the attack, your bonus will change and each have unique traits and movements as you throw them. They will loop through in the same order as in the original Pac-Man.
Our final screenshot this week shows us Donkey Kong performing a special attack called Storm Punch. This looks like it might be somewhat similar to his old wind up punch attack in previous Smash games, but now it appears that it might generate a gust of wind.
Welcome back to the Weekly Smash Up where we take a look back at the Super Smash Bros. For Nintendo 3DS & Wii U screenshots Masahiro Sakurai has posted on Miiverse for the past week. This week we start off with a look at Meloetta, who is a Pokémon that will be appearing in the game in some form, probably as part of the Poké Ball item. It uses vocalizations for attacking and these can bounce off land making it handy for enclosed combat. Our next screen shows us another stage, this time for the 3DS version. This stage is based on New Super Mario Bros. 2 and will feature lots of coins to collect like its namesake does. You can even change into a gold version of your character temporarily after collecting 100 coins. This will make your attacks stronger and attacks will not knock you back. We get another new challenger in the next screenshot this week. Miis were announced during E3 as playable characters. They’re officially being called Mii Fighters and will have a variety of special moves. Sakurai-san also posted about the Palutena reveal in a follow-up comment on this post and she too will be joining the roster of SSBFN3DSWU. And we’re not done with new fighters, as our next screen reveals another new one, this time a 3rd party character. That is of course Pac-Man from the classic arcade games of the same name, from Bandai Namco. His physical appearance will not be the old school style shown in the screen, but rather the more modern version with arms, hands, legs, & feet as seen in recent platforming Pac-Man games. Moving on, we see one of the new fighters we mentioned, Paluntena (from the Kid Icarus series) taking part in the Home Run Contest, a mini-game that will be part of the 3DS version. This will be similar to other entries in the series though Sakurai says that there will be increased speed if you hit the Sandbag further and the glass will harder to break. Finally, we wrap up this extended week with a character montage showing off Mario, Mega Man, Pac-Man, & Sonic The Hedgehog respectively. As far as I know, this will be the first time all 4 characters have ever appeared in the same game together as a whole.
Welcome back to the Weekly Smash Up where we take a look back at the Super Smash Bros. For Nintendo 3DS & Wii U screenshots Masahiro Sakurai has posted on Miiverse for the past week. This week we start off with a look at a new stage in the Wii U version. This is Mushroom Kingdom U and it is based around New Super Mario Bros. U. This stage will feature at least one transformation when the Magikoopa Kamek casts a spell and turns it into a nautical themed level complete with a Mega Urchin. Speaking of stages, our next screenshot shows what one looks like in trophy form and this the trophy of Tortimer Island on the 3DS version of the game. Sakurai-san mentioned wanting a real life figurine of this, which may have been a subtle tease of the pending amiibo announcement that Nintendo made at E3 (he had posted this prior to E3). Moving right along, we see a new item in our next screen, the Boomerang. Like some of the smaller thrown items in previous Smash games, the Boomerang is catchable and if you do catch one you have thrown, it will gain more power each time you throw it. Your opponents can also catch it though, so you’ll need to make sure you stay ready to catch it if they fling it back towards you. Next up we see Brewster and other Animal Crossing friends enjoying a cup of coffee at The Roost, which was first featured in Animal Crossing: Wild World on the DS. We finish out the week with another new stage reveal on Wii U. This time it’s the Coliseum from the Fire Emblem series of games. Sakurai said that this stage will also feature platforms that are activated by machines, though it’s unclear if these are activated by players, elapsed time, randomly, or something else.