|Series||Super Smash Bros.|
|Predecessor||Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U|
|Media Included|| Wii U Game Disk|
Super Smash Bros. Clash, created by user haydensmub (t∣b∣c), is the next installment in the Super Smash Bros. series. It will be published by Nintendo exclusively for the Wii U with a currently undetermined release date.
Modes & Features
Smash Mode is the main attraction, the mode you'll mainly be playing. This mode is where you can duke it out as your favorite characters, with the rules and items set as you please. One of your options is to play in timed matches, where you have to KO your opponents as many times as possible before the set time limit runs out. At the end of the match, the player with tho most KOs wins. Another option is stock matches, where you are not timed, and the victor is the last person still standing. You can choose how many lives each player begins with, and each life drops when a player is KO'd. The third and final option is Coin Battles. Here, when players are hit, they drop money and coins! The goal is to have the most amount of money collected by the end of the match. Defeating a player rewards everyone with a shower of coins as well. Don't forget that you can also adjust the items that appear in battle! You can pick which specific items you do and do not want to appear in battle. You can also set the frequency at which they appear: frequently, often, rarely, and never. One more option is that you can have team battles! Instead of fighting against all of your opponents, fight along side one! There are four colored teams to pick from: red, green, blue, and yellow. A character is surrounded by a colored outline which denotes what team they're fighting on.
A large new mode added into the game, returning from the previous Super Smash Bros. installment, is 8-Player Smash. In this mode, all of the mechanics from regular Smash battles return, but there is one key difference. Instead of four, up to eight players are supported! Because of the large amount of players, however, some stages are restricted and only larger stages can be selected.
Finally, the last Smash mode is called Special Smash. Again, the features from regular Smash battles are present here, but now you can add special effects onto the characters and stages! There are a wide variety of effects such as giving the players certain stamina levels to start at, or having them start the match with 300%. You can adjust the camera, and the speed of the fighters, and add lots of status effects to change the tide of battle. Otherwise, your options of Stock, Timed, and Coin Battles return for you to enjoy.
Games & More
New Game Mode (TBA)
Characters with orange-colored names are newcomers, characters making their first Super Smash Bros. appearance in this game.
Click on each character to see their descriptions and movesets, or you can view all of them at the list linked below: