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Smash Bros. for Wii U Introduces Eight Player Brawls to the Series

Posted on the 24 October 2014 by Sameo452005 @iSamKulii
Smash Bros. for Wii U introduces eight player brawls to the series
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U will bring eight player brawls to the series for the very first time, Nintendo has announced.
In a special Smash Bros Nintendo Direct, it was revealed that these local multiplayer-only encounters will take place on larger stages in order to accommodate all the fighters.
For players already duking it out on the 3DS version, you will be able to import any custom fighters to the Wii U, including their custom equipment, costumes and hats.
Here is a list of the modes coming to the Wii U version:
  • Smash Tour: A fighting party game that looks like a board game. Players use items, spin a wheel and advance around the map. Up to four players can compete at once as they navigate the board and gain fighters and power-ups they can use in a final battle.
  • Special Orders: In Master Orders, the more difficult the order from Master Hand you undertake, the higher your reward – but you only get to try once. In Crazy Orders, you pay to enter and battles get harder the longer you survive. Will you know when to stop and reap your rewards?
  • Special Smash Mode: Players can customise battles and play any way they like.
  • Coin Battles: Players compete to collect coins from other players.
  • Stamina Matches: Players fight until their hit points reach zero.
  • Classic Mode: One or two players fight through a series of battles and advance as long as they survive. Many random events can shake things up, and players can adjust the intensity settings. The more difficult the game, the greater the rewards.
  • All-Star Mode: Unlike in the Nintendo 3DS version, opponents appear in reverse chronological order, and two players can battle through this mode together.
  • Event Mode: One or two players take on set character and theme-based battles. Clearing stages helps players see the way forward.
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U launches December 5.

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