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Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (2014)

Dairantou sumasshu burazâzu for Wii U (original title)
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Duke it out in the fourth entry of the Super Smash Bros. series. New features are a eight player-mode, support for Nintendo's Amiibos, custom Miis as playable fighters, post-release DLC and more.

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Jason Adkins Jason Adkins ... Ike (voice)
Isabella Arevalo Isabella Arevalo ... (voice)
Laura Bailey ... Lucina (voice)
Frédéric Clou Frédéric Clou ... (voice)
Jean-Marc Delhausse Jean-Marc Delhausse ... (voice)
Virginie Demians Virginie Demians ... (voice)
Dan Falcone Dan Falcone ... Roy Koopa (voice)
Jean Faure Jean Faure ... (voice)
Alexandre Gillet Alexandre Gillet ... (voice)
Alesia Glidewell ... Zero Suit Samus / Knuckle Joe / Krystal (Lylat Cruise) (voice)
Steve Heinke Steve Heinke ... Wii Fit Trainer (Male) (voice) (as Steven Heinke)
Christophe Hespel ... (voice)
Ryô Horikawa ... Captain Falcon / Dunban (voice) (as Ryo Horikawa)
Adam Howden ... Shulk (voice)
Kerri Kane ... Rosalina (voice) (as Kerry Kane)
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Duke it out in the fourth entry of the Super Smash Bros. series. New features are a eight player-mode, support for Nintendo's Amiibos, custom Miis as playable fighters, post-release DLC and more.

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Release Date:

21 November 2014 (USA) See more »

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This SSB-game can't be better than this...
20 February 2015 | by chribrenSee all my reviews

"Super Smash Bros. for Wii U" is a fighting game made for Nintendo Wii U during late 2014. The DS-version was released a few months before, making this the fifth one in the series overall. Like all the other SSB-games, this one was made by Masahiro Sakurai.

Like in the other games, popular video game characters like Mario, Pikachu, Captain Falcon, Zelda and Donkey Kong fight each other. As usual, they can run everywhere in each stages, pick up items, get blasted into the sky, etc. Many old characters appear in the game, as well as newcomers like Rosalina & Luma, Little Mac and Palutena. Together with new stages, several retro stages like 75m, Halberd and Norfair (one of my favorite stages from "Brawl") appear as well with improved graphics.

As much as I often did with "Brawl" for Wii, I pretty much enjoy this game which I got as a Christmas gift. The HD graphics in the game are just as great as it could be, somewhat improved since the Wii-epoch. There is a great selection of multiple characters, stages, music and items. And as if that wasn't enough, there is a great selection of different game modes to play on, including "Classic Mode", "Smash Tour", "Target Blast", "8-Player Smash", "Multi-Man Mode", "Special Orders" and a drastically different variant of "Stage Builder" to name some.

Speaking about some of the modes: "Smash Tour" plays as a board game where players use a Mii character. The "Classic Mode" is a little bit different from how it was in the previous games I've played, but very funny. "Target Blast" is also a bit different as instead of hitting every single targets in fastest possible time, you use a bomb on multiple targets at once. Up to eight players can fight on the versus mode.

This is a game I will pretty much recommend to anyone who owns a Wii U-console, mainly due to all the fun one can have with this. My overall rating: A full 10/10. Let the battle begin...


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