Super Smash Bros. On 3DS Has “Roughly” The Same Trophies And Pokémon As Wii U

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The Nintendo 3DS version of Super Smash Bros. will have “roughly the same types of Assist Trophies and Pokémon” as the Wii U version, director Masahiro Sakurai said today. He added, “Just roughly…”

 

This would imply that, while the same characters are shared across both versions of the game, there will be slight differences in other areas, including stages, which we’re already aware of.

 

Super Smash Bros. will be available this Summer for 3DS and this Winter for Wii U.


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