Super Smash Bros. for Wii U for Nintendo Wii U
Wii U

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U

Nov 21, 2014
9.47
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Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

Mario! Link! Samus! Pikachu! All of your favorite Nintendo characters are back, along with plenty of new faces, in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, the next entry in the beloved Super Smash Bros. series. Up to four players can battle each other locally or online across beautifully designed stages inspired by classic Nintendo home console games. With a variety of control options and amiibo compatibility, the timeless Super Smash Bros. battles come alive.

Gamer Reviews

164573 Reviews
9.75
whatoplay
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NA
Jan 27, 2021
Fun, frenetic, and mostly disposable smashing action. This franchise is only worth the occasional revisit for me, but it's always fun for a few hours.
arturo lopez

arturo lopez

Mar 18, 2021
9.00
Paralyzed

Paralyzed

Feb 8, 2021
8.20
Mohammed Saeed

Mohammed Saeed

Dec 7, 2020
9.80
Chaй

Chaй

Dec 2, 2020
9.50

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Critic Reviews

52 Reviews
9.19
9.80
Jose OteroNov 19, 2014
Nearly every aspect of Smash Wii U seems fine-tuned not only to appeal to the nostalgia of long-time Nintendo fans, but also to be accessible to new players. Once they’re hooked, it draws them in deeper with a set of great modes and tempting rewards. There’s just so much here, and I’ve rarely seen a game with so many enjoyable and replayable ideas in a single package.
Jim SterlingNov 19, 2014
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U is a beautifully polished, impeccably tight game. While I’d have liked more 3DS integration, and the much-touted Amiibo inclusion isn’t anything to go crazy over, Nintendo presents an absolutely stellar fighting game that I’m finding very difficult to tear myself away from. It’s packed with diverse content, can be tailored to suit anybody’s needs, and most important of all – it’s a ridiculous amount of bloody fun!
Mike SplechtaNov 19, 2014
At the end of the day, it's Smash Bros. any way you look at it. It's not longer the floaty fighter that Brawl was and instead now sits at a comfortable mid-ground between Brawl and Melee. The roster is huge and diverse, with very few clone characters this time around. It's still one of Nintendo's most innovative and extremely fun party games to date, and anyone with a Wii U has surely been looking forward to its release. It's not perfect, but it certainly comes close.

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