Nintendo's favorite Eskimos got dropped from the Super Smash Bros. roster due to the 3DS' capabilities.
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With Super Smash Bros. officially out in Japan and its western demo releasing early, many hardcore players are accidentally breaking their 3DS' analog stick during their matches.
Pre-order cards released by Fred Meyer, a superstore chain throughout the Midwest, have a very believable release date for the Wii U version of Super Smash Bros. printed on them.
As we bite our nails in anticipation for Super Smash Bros. and Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire on the 3DS, Nintendo has decided to throw us a bone.
The Internet has had an influx of Super Smash Bros. leaks and rumors over the past few months, but due to the release of its Japanese version a couple days early, we have learned all sorts of juicy details as to its final version.
Three new 3DS XL designs will be hitting North American stores just in time for the holidays.
Despite it taking years for the Nintendo 3DS XL to finally get its Circle Pad Pro, Super Smash Bros. will not support the Circle Pad Pro attachment.
If you're going to play Super Smash Bros. on the Nintendo 3DS, you might as well should get a matching system with all your favorite fighters on the front of it.
The new color variants of these Super Smash Bros. characters show off some of our favorite looks and costumes each fighter ever had.
A lengthy new video for Super Smash Bros. has just been released in Japan, giving newcomers an introduction to the Smashtivities heading towards the Nintendo 3DS.