Tanooki Tails Return In Super Smash Bros.

The Super Leaf returns as an item in Super Smash Bros., and like in Super Mario 3D World, it gives characters a Tanooki tail.

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On Miiverse, director Masahiro Sakurai shared: “With the Super Leaf, any fighter can have ears and a tail. You can also float in the air by pressing the jump button. We’re still figuring out whether you’ll be able to attack with the tail…”

 

Super Smash Bros. will be available for Nintendo 3DS this Summer and for Wii U in Winter. During E3, Nintendo will hold a Super Smash Bros. for Wii U tournament at Best Buy stores across the U.S.


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