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Gastly and the ghost from Find Mii will make appearances in Smash Run.
As for the pic of the day, Sakurai intends to deliver more posts until further notice, but they won’t reveal any hidden content. Also, He’s not sure if he will keep it going until the Japanese release of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, or the North America release. Regardless, there’s more pic of the day posts to come.
Sakurai has shed some light on the Conquest Mode, a mode that was recently added through a day one update.
Conquest Mode will combine global wins among teams with the winner being selected after a limited amount of time has passed. Anyone that competes using the “With Anyone” option online will automatically be entered into the Conquest Mode competition.
Sakurai then details how those who seem to be losing on purpose will not have their scores added to their team’s global wins.
Nintendo of America just announced a Super Smash Bros. 3DS demo for North America. The demo will officially be released next Friday, September 19, though select Platinum Club Nintendo members will receive four codes today. So, if you’re lucky enough to be one of the select Platinum members, you will be playing some Super Smash Bros. for 3DS by the end of the day.
This a glimpse at the world map you will see when using the game’s spectator mode. Using this mode could be a great way for you to study the skills of other smash players.
Japanese gamers – and those with import hardware and software – have been playing Super Smash Bros. 3DS constantly over the past 24 hours. Finally, the full roster for Super Smash Bros. 3DS (or Super Smash Bros. 4 if you wish) has been revealed. You’ll have to hit the jump if you want to spoil the fighters that haven’t been confirmed by Nintendo yet.
- Rosalina & Luma
- Donkey Kong
- Diddy Kong
- Toon Link
- Zero Suit Samus
- King Dedede
- Meta Knight
- Little Mac
- Captain Falcon
- Olimar/Alph (Alph is an alternate costume)
- Wii Fit Trainer
- Mii Fighter
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Nintendo 3DS eShop
- Adventure Island (NES on Wii U) – $4.99
Nintendo eShop Sales
- The Super Smashing Sale continues into week 2.
- Select Just Dance games will be 50% off until 8:59 a.m. PST on Sept. 14.
- Unepic will be 20% off until 9 a.m. PST on Oct. 1.
- Bit Boy!! Arcade will be 38% off until 9 a.m. PST on Sept. 24.
- Parking Star 3D will be 33% off until 8:59 a.m. PST on Oct. 2.
- Select Rising Star Games – including Beyblade: Evolution and Girls’ Fashion Shoot – will be up to 75 percent off until 8:59 a.m. PST on Sept. 25.
NINTENDO ANNOUNCES THREE COLOURFUL NEW LOOKS FOR NINTENDO 3DS XL
Super Smash Bros., Persona Q, NES Models Announced
Vancouver, B.C.., Sept. 10, 2014 – Nintendo’s 3D portable video game system will be getting three cool new looks for the holiday season. Nintendo announced the three special-edition Nintendo 3DS XL systems that will be available in limited quantities. The new systems are sure to be scooped up by collectors and anyone who was waiting for an excuse to buy a hand-held Nintendo system. Systems announced today include:
Japan has access to a Super Smash Bros. 3DS demo today, though Sakurai assures us westerners that news on a demo is headed our way, as well.
Monster Hunter fans in North America should be happy to learn that a collector’s edition for Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate will be released. You will find a Gore Magala figure, a Felyne Pin, a Monster Hunter lanyard, a sweet Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate cleaning cloth, a supply box to hold everything, and of course, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate for Nintendo 3DS. This package will sell for $59.99 and is scheduled to release in early 2015.
You can pre-order this collector’s edition here. (Collector’s edition currently not available for pre-order through EB Games Canada).
Before each stage in the game’s Classic Mode, a spinner will determine the reward you get at the end of each stage. You can get customization, gold, and trophy rewards for your efforts, plus you can get even more rewards if you raise the intensity before starting the stage.
Here is a screenshot of the results screen, which breaks down the rewards you receive after the battle ends.
- Mario Bros. (Wii U) – 200 Coins
- Kirby Super Star (Wii U) – 200 Coins
- Super Punch-Out!! (Wii/Wii Mode on Wii U) – 250 Coins
- NES Play Action Football (Wii/Wii Mode on Wii U) – 200 Coins
Sakurai gives us a quick glimpse at the Vault in the latest pic of the day.