Super Smash Bros. for 3DS Packaging

Game Info

  • Release Date: Oct. 3, 2014
  • System: 3DS

The first Super Smash Bros. game on a portable system.

The game features many Nintendo characters as well as those from other companies such as Sonic and Pac-Man. The goal of the game is very different to many fighting games. In Smash Bros. you win a point when you hit your opponent off the edge of the screen. The more damage an the opponent has taken, the further they will fly when hit and so making it easier to win a point.

A trademark of a Smash Bros. game is the large number of characters, items, collectables and game modes it contains.

Unique to the 3DS version is a mode called Smash Run where player first have to fight against computer control enemies to increase stats before facing off in a battle against other players. There is also a streetpass mode called StreetSmash.

Amiibo Features

When an amiibo is connected to the game the figure will appear within the game as, what is called, a Figure Player. This Figure Player (FP for short) is an AI controlled character that can be battled against. As it fights it will level up and become better, basically learning and becoming a unique character. What it has learnt in the game can then be saved back on to the amiibo figure.

Further customisation the Figure Player is possible with the help of equipment gained though playing the game.

This amiibo figure then can be introduced in to multi-player battles with your friends or even set to fight against other amiibo.

Compatible Figures

Where to buy

Web Store Price Link
Shopto.net

£18.00

Amazon.co.uk

£28.00

GAME

£34.99

Nintendo Official UK Store

£39.99

Argos

£33.99

Toys R Us

£34.89

The Game Collection

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GameSeek

£31.24

365Games

£30.99

Base

£30.79

Grainger Games

£29.99

Smyths Toys

£31.99

Coolshop

£31.95

Tesco

£28.00

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Super Smash Bros. for 3DS Packaging

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