Here’s One Of The Ways Super Smash Bros. For 3DS Uses StreetPass

By Ishaan . September 30, 2014 . 2:31pm

One of the side game modes in Super Smash Bros. for 3DS is “StreetSmash”. This is a mode where you control a character token and try to knock other tokens off the map.


Enemy tokens are gathered using StreetPass and will move automatically, trying to knock each other (and you) off the map. You control your token using the Circle Pad. Tilting it in a direction lightly moves slowly, while pressing harder moves you faster.


As you bump into other tokens, you’ll build up damage on both your token and on the enemy’s. Once you’ve built up enough damage on their token, you’ll be able to launch them off the map by bumping into them.


More details on StreetSmash can be found here. Look out for Siliconera’s playtest of Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS later this week.

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  • Target is selling Smash for $33.99 on Friday…just letting y’all know! ;)

    • Strawberry Starlet

      Really? Dya got a website or a catalogue for that? I only ask because I can’t find any info online.

      • target announced it on twitter a few hours ago

  • Mavalex

    I suddenly have the urge to play Tin Pin Slammer

    • DrShimo

      I agree! I even had the music playing in my head while looking at that picture

    • I have the urge to replay this scene:

    • Brian

      Now I’m sad because I still want twewy 2

      • E.T.993

        Nomura’s too busy thinking about the conclusion for the clusterfuck catastrophe of Kingdom Hearts’s main storyline. :P

        • Brian

          I hope when Kingdom hearts 3 and Final Fantasy XV
          are done they can get back to TWEWY. Its not even like the story needed to continue but when you tease a sequel and not show anything for years it just makes me sad and want it more

  • AuraGuyChris

    Suddenly that TWEWY arc I wrote doesn’t seem that crazy.

  • NintendoPSXTheSecond

    Why are you guys super early on some things and like weeks late on others?

    • Black Heaven

      Based on personal observation, Siliconera seems to be the one of the earliest when it comes to Japanese games. (Then again, they mostly publish only Japanese game related articles *_*) It’s like some of their staff is actually in Japan so time zone may already be in their favor. Though I look elsewhere for Western game articles.

      Still, I like it here. :D
      The comments section isn’t very big, but at least it’s not too rowdy or fanboy-y unlike the infamous IGN. (so I heard)

      • NintendoPSXTheSecond

        But…Smash Bros IS a Japanese game!

        • Black Heaven

          Oh, so my observation is kinda off then…
          I don’t know. T_T

          • NintendoPSXTheSecond

            Shh. It’s okay. We’ll get through this together.

  • DarkRoxas


  • Cyrus

    I played it, it’s not as good as Tin Pin Slammer. =<

    • Black Heaven

      Does it also have powers like Tin Pin at least?

      Like a Pikachu pin shocking other pins for extra damage… or something.

  • Quizler

    I was never that good at tin pin slammer, I was always so scared I would flick too much and my pin would fly off the screen.

  • Kornelious

    So…..It’s Smash Beyblade?…..Well whatevs, Only 2 days to go! :D

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