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|Super Smash Bros. Contention|
|Developer(s)||Sora Ltd., Namco Bandai|
|Platform(s)||6th Gen Nintendo Console and Handheld|
|Media Included||Nintendo Optical Disc|
Super Smash Bros. Contention is the sixth entry in the Super Smash Bros. series, and is a successor to Super Smash Bros. for 3DS/Wii U. It has been confirmed that the game will appear both on the next generation of Nintendo's console and handheld. The project is being developed by Sora Ltd., and published by Nintendo.
Super Smash Bros. Contention has a number of new and old modes and a considerable increase from Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS.
Much like in the past Super Smash Bros. titles, Classic Mode pits the player against a number of computer players in various stages. There are 7 matches per Classic Mode with the end boss being Master Hand and/or Crazy Hand. Completing Classic Mode rewards the player with a individual character's trophy.
This mode is heavily based off Melee's Adventure Mode. Adventure Mode is a multiplayer mode, in which the player (or players) must traverse a long sequence of stages. Some of the stages require more effort; some, for instance, lack fighting altogether, while others feature challenges the player must traverse before finally clearing the stage. Like in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, the player is now given a choice of routes to follow, providing different stages along the way.
Players fight against the entire roster in a chronological order: newest to oldest.
Like its predecessor, the game features a new mode similar to Smash Run and Subspace Emissary called "Smash Tourney", in which your objective is to survive in a labyrinth-like dungeon while playing against other players and defeating several enemies. Unlike Smash Run, however, players can actually encounter themselves (even in challenge doors), and you're capable of give and take damage. Additionally, you can increase the difficulty, set the number of lives or even play worldwide by hosting a game. Some Subspace Emissary elements make a cameo appearance too.
Versus Mode is a multiplayer mode that enables players or computer players to fight against each other or in a variety of settings. The characters can participate in a variety of battles, including Free-for-alls and team battles. The players can also set the rules for the battle including the amount of time, the amount of stock, the items that can be used, handicaps, and the stage that the battle will take place on. The players can also choose settings for the computer players including computer players' levels.
Online Mode is a feature available in the game that lets you battle, watch, and share with people around the world. In With Anyone mode, consisting of two returning modes from Super Smash Bros. 4, For Fun and For Glory respectively. For Fun includes an additional mode, called Custom Smash. In this mode, customization is set to "on", and players are able to choose their Miis. Additionally, players can switch between different matches to play with: time, stock, stamina or even coin battles. If someone happens to disconnect during a match, the player will be instantly replaced and controlled by an AI set to a low level.