Final Nintendo Direct for Super Smash Bros. Wii U/3DS

Super Smash for 3DS and Wii U final Nintendo Direct kicks off with a fantastic snippet of gameplay footage from the new character, Corrin from Fire Emblem: Fate. You’ll have the option to play as a male or female version of Corrin. If you purchase Corrin for the Wii U version, you get two extra musical tracks. Ryoma and Zander are trophies for 3DS version. The objective is to release Corrin sometime in Feb. 2016. Keep checking the official site for a confirmed release date!

 

Cloud Strife from FF will also be coming to Smash on Wii U and 3DS. Along with Cloud, we’ll be getting a new stage called Midgar. Along with this, there will also be the summons from Final Fantasy 7: Ifrit, Ramuh, Odin, Leviathan, and Bahamut Zero. All of which will affect the stage instead of directly attacking opponents. Cloud and the Midgar stage will both be available for Wii U and 3DS later today!

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Along with the announcement of new Super Smash characters, here are the final DLC costumes coming to us: Geno from Mario: Legend of the Seven Stars, Chocobo Hat from Final Fantasy, Bionic Armor, Takamaru, Ashley from Wario Ware, Daruga, and Tails and Knuckles from Sonic.

 

Final new challenger is umbra witch, Bayonetta. With her addition we’ll also be getting an Umbra Clock Tower stage. Bayonetta will have four guns, one on each of her hands and feet. Madama Butterfly is her smash attack. There are also some Bayonetta trophies to go along with the addition. The release goal, just like Cloud Strife, is set for Feb. 2016. Once they have a confirmed date, you can check it on the official website.

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Last but not least, we’re getting six new amiibo figures: ROB, Ryu, and Roy, Cloud, Bayonetta, and Corrin are coming soon!

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