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Super Smash Bros. - Nintendo Wii U
- Super Smash Bros. Mario! Link! Samus! Pikachu! All of your favorite Nintendo characters are back along with plenty of new faces in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U the next entry in the beloved Super Smash Bros. series. Up to four players can battle each
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Battle it out as Nintendo's greatest heroes on the Wii U console Face off against the biggest roster of Nintendo all-stars ever assembled! Send your rivals flying with powerful attacks to earn all-new customizations and equipment that trick out your fighter's moves and stats. Then power-up and train intelligent amiibo figures* to take on your friends! The multiplayer showdown** you know and love is now on the Wii U console! Take on all comers as Mario, Mega Man, Sonic, and more gaming greats. Or tap an amiibo* to the Wii U GamePad controller to train it up by battling with or against it. You can even pit your amiibo against a friends' to see how your training methods stack up. *amiibo figures sold separately ** Broadband Internet access required for online play. Learn more on Nintendo website
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Battle it out as Nintendo’s greatest heroes on the Wii U console
Face off against the biggest roster of Nintendo all-stars ever assembled! Send your rivals flying with powerful attacks to earn all-new customizations and equipment that trick out your fighter’s moves and stats. Then power-up and train intelligent amiibo figures* to take on your friends!
The multiplayer showdown** you know and love is now on the Wii U console! Take on all comers as Mario, Mega Man, Sonic, and more gaming greats. Or tap an amiibo* to the Wii U GamePad controller to train it up by battling with or against it. You can even pit your amiibo against a friends’ to see how your training methods stack up.
*amiibo figures sold separately
** Broadband Internet access required for online play. Learn more on Nintendo website
Battle it Out
Mario! Link! Bowser! Star Fox! All of your favorite Nintendo characters are back, along with plenty of new faces!
With a variety of control options and amiibo compatibility, the timeless Super Smash Bros. battle comes alive.
Connect, power-up and train with your amiibo figures! Tap your amiibo figure to the Wii U GamePad to train it, power it up, or battle with and against it.
Import your customized characters from the Nintendo 3DS version.
Up to 8 players can battle each other locally or online across beautifully designed stages inspired by classic Nintendo home console games.
Battle with a huge roster of Nintendo’s greatest heroes, villains, and more.
Collect all of the equipment and customizations for each of your fighters.
Send your rivals flying with powerful attacks to earn all-new customizations and equipment that trick out your fighter’s moves and stats.
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Most characters are unlocked right from the beginning, which is a relief when you have kids who want to play as X but don't want to wait. Overall, the roster is much better than Brawl, with fewer clones and some of my favorites from new Nintendo games, like Shulk, Lucina, Palutena, and Robin. Wii Fit Trainer and Villager are hilarious and awesome. There are so many characters, I played all day and only made it through roughly half of them.
There is so much to do and unlock, it's enough to make a grown father with responsibilities cry.
This feature is not for everyone, but if you're a life-long Nintendo fan or you have kids, they're fantastic. They're a little confusing and I had a hard time explaining the differences between Disney Infinity and Amiibo to my six year-old, but using them cleared things up. They're great figures (with some exceptions - Link is disappointing) and great for playing with kids. We bought four (Mario, Peach, Link, Samus) and I had one figure player team up with each of my kids so they can compete with me. Now the figures are so high level I'm having a hard time ever winning. Plus, they're toys. They love playing with them, as long as they're careful.
8 Player Smash:
I have a family of six. This mode is a godsend. It works surprisingly well and we always fill the remaining slots with amiibos. Gameplay remains buttery smooth and the chaos is just delicious. Only bummer is your options for stages are limited in this mode.
The "Everything Else":
The graphics are beautiful and smooth and it's amazing how Nintendo is able to mesh all of these characters into a game and it somehow make visual sense.
The music is endless, amazing, and will rain nostalgia. You can plug the GamePad into a good sound system and just shuffle the playlist. Nirvana.
The stage builder is simple and intuitive. My kids loved drawing their own stages. The elegant simplicity of it kind of blew me away, but I do hope they add more to this mode. The palettes and platforms seem limited.
The new stages are great, with a few exceptions.
There are many solo modes, including a remixed Classic mode that I preferred over the old one.
You can use any Wii U or Wii controller you have. Any of them. Well, except for the balance board. We used the GamePad, Wii U Pro controller, Wii remote + Wii Classic Controller Pro, and Wii remote for the little one. They are even selling GameCube controllers, which I love, but deem unnecessary to buy unless you're married to Melee. I'm not, and prefer not to have cables. I would get the GameCube adapter though, it I still had a Wavebird lying around.
This is a game for everyone. Even my wife who doesn't game much and 2 year-old got kicks out of it (I teamed up with him along with the Link amiibo he picked out). The true beauty is reliving the fun and magic of Nintendo with those around you. And all of it is built on a fantastic game that I can't stop thinking about.
I haven't even touched online yet, because I'm too busy punching my daughter's Jigglypuff in the face with Pac-man while we giggle maniacally every time a Nintendog licks the screen, and my son growls like Bowser as he throws my wife's King Dedede off a cliff. That's Smash Bros.
Cosmetically, the graphics are incredible. This is basically what we all expected from Brawl, now finally realized in HD. The animations are detailed. The little touches are all there. Part of the fun in this series is finding your favorite franchise and indulging. The sound is also spot on, with some strange changes that are explained by the fact that the characters are referencing the most modern versions of their games. One thing that will absolutely blow your mind, however, is the music. There are almost 200 songs in here to smash to and they are pretty much all fantastically done.
Although I suspect most of you aren't planning to buy this for the music and graphics - no, the gameplay itself has never been better. It's just as fun and fast as it's always been, and it's still the easiest game I know that an amateur can pick up and immediately start playing. Some notable things that are different:
- The much maligned "floatiness" of Brawl is gone. Heavy characters feel heavy again.
- No more random tripping, which unfairly handicapped fast characters.
- Certain characters universally considered to be overpowered are rebalanced.
- The roster has been trimmed appropriately. I won't give specifics, no point in spoiling it.
I'll end with Pros and Cons:
- Awesome looking and sounding
- Technically rebalanced - think Melee, not Brawl
- No more Subspace Emissary - worst thing ever
- Numerous single player activites - and the return of event matches
- Online play is VASTLY improved and now includes voice chat between matches
- A huge roster of (mostly) unique characters
- Supports numerous control types
- Custom Mii fighters and customizable standard fighters
- A few notable omissions to the roster. One in particular that redefined the play style for many of us. Bring em back!
- Target mode has been replaced with what is basically Angry Birds
- The game-breaking annoyance of the smash ball has returned
- 8 players at a time might give you a headache. Everything gets really . . . small.
Worth your time.
This game is amazing. I love the graphics, the characters, and the stages. It's amazing. I even got a Yoshi amiibo, while my sister got the Peach amiibo. They make the game even better!
My favorite stages have to be Palutena's Temple, Mushroom Kingdom U, and Temple. For the characters, you really have to try all of them out. They all have unique abilities, and some are way better than others! I love being Pikachu, but I rarely win. If I try Lucina, I win more often. It just depends, (but I always end up getting beat at the end by my level 50 amiibos, so maybe it's just them.)
If you have read this far, I congratulate you, and now you should probably click the buy button! It's amazing! :)
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El juego es grandioso y cumple con su objetivo de entretener y darte la opción de elegir a tu personaje de Nintendo favorito (si está), y luchar contra otros emblemáticos personajes, cada uno con sus habilidades únicas (aunque algunos SF se parecen) que los vuelven independientes de sus partes "gemelas" (Luigi-Mario, por ejemplo). Es un juego que realmente no debe faltar en tu colección y más si te gusta jugar en compañía de amigos o familiares. El único pero es que en ocasiones puede volverse repetitivo y tedioso, pero luego se despierta esa chispa para jugarlo con gran emoción.
En cuanto a la entrega, fue buena y llegó en tiempo y forma sin problema alguno. Amazon cumple con ello y estoy satisfecho, además de que el precio es bastante bueno para ser un juego muy popular, el cual sin duda venderá más para aquellos que aún no lo poseen y deseen obtener los nuevos DLC que vendrán el siguiente año. ¡Vale totalmente la pena!
Tienes a tu disposición varios modos de juego para poder estar variando las cosas de combate en combate, sin mencionar la posibilidad de poder jugar en línea con jugadores de todo el mundo, en caso de que seas alguien que le guste competir en estos modos, o simplemente tengas ganas de pasarla bien en este modo. Uno de los agregados a esta serie, es que ahora hay un modo hasta para ocho jugadores, lo cual puede crear un caos en pantalla, lo cual no es para nada malo; es Smash a fin de cuentas.
El servicio de Amazon México es muy bueno; el producto llegó exactamente en la fecha estimada por DHL.