|Super Smash Bros. GX|
|Genre(s)||Fight, Platformer, Beat-them-all|
|Smash, Classic, Adventure, All-stars mode, Stadium, etc|
|Series||Super Smash Bros|
|Predecessor||Super Smash Bros for 3DS/Wii U|
|Media Included||Compact Disk|
As with its predecessors, Super Smash Bros GX is a departure from traditional fighting games, notably in its simplified move commands and its emphasis on ring-outs over knockouts. SSB GX supports multiplayer battles with up to 10 players battle (Online). Like in previous games in the series, Super Smash Bros.GX is a multiplayer fighting game in which the players use various attacks, techniques, and items to deal damage to their opponents. The aim of the game is for players to increase their opponents' damage percentage, causing them to fly back further when attacked, and eventually, knock them out of the playing field. To assist players during fights, items appear on the battlefield, including items from the various video games represented in the series and some unique to Super Smash Bros.. An item called a Smash Ball allows players to use a powerful, character-specific finishing move, otherwise known as a "Final Smash" attack.
A new gameplay caracteristic is the equipment cards. A equipment card, when it is associated with a character, give to the characters power bonus, speed bonus, or others things. The cards belongs to a rare class, and the rarity is represented by a number of stars (1-4). This means is that a card has more stars, more the card is powerful and rare. The card can be unlock by different way. For exemple, you can buy it in the Smash shop, or win the most rare in somes online challenges against others people in the world.
90 characters are confirmed to being playable in the game (38 more that the previous instalment). Sheik and Zero suit Samus are not anymore standalone characters and return to the Zelda and Samus transformations.
In SSB GX, each characters have a rarity (represented by a number of stars, like the equipment card). At the start, all of the characters have 1 star (The unlockable characters are exeptions, because they start with 2 stars). More you play with it, more they will become strong and powerful and gain experience points (XP). When a characters reach maximum level of his rank, you can increase the rank, and thus his rarity. The star maximum is 4 and when a character reach this limit, he become extremely powerful.
The game count 100 stages, and all of the stages have a standard form, a Alpha form and a Omega form. The standard form is the normal form of the stage. The Alpha form is, like the Battlefield, a form with 3 platforms above the stage. The Omega form is, like the Final Destination, a simple platform.
The most normal mode of a Smash Bros., where you can play 1-4 players locally or online. In this mode, players choose their favorite character to fight on the stages. The players can change the rules, and that's all the gameplay of the battle that changes depending on the selected rules. Time : players have 2 minutes by default (but may well decrease or increase the time) to fight and when a player is ejected, he loses 1 point. The last player to have touched meanwhile earns 1 point. The player with the most points at the end of the game win. Stock : players have 3 lives default (but may well decrease or increase the number of life). When a player is ejected, he loses a life, and when he has no lives, he is eliminated. The last player on the stage win. Coins : every time a character hits another characters, coins of different value falling beside the character like in Super Smash Bros. Melee. At the end of the time, the player with the highest number of coins win.
- Smash tour
Like in the Super Smash Bros. for 3DS / Wii U, players control their mii on a board like Mario Party. The mini-games are replaced by training where to send a sandbag or a bomb as far as possible. This mode is a great way to upgrade the miis levels, whether shooter, swordsman, fighter, mage or athlete, as the mode give a lots of bonuses in the form of speed, power or skill to the winner.
- 6/8 Players Smash
This mode is the same as the versus mode, some details about : the mode is for 6/8 players (online of course) and fight the giant stages, the giant version of some stagess (Battlefield, final Destination, Mario Galaxy, etc.). If the rules remain the same as in a normal versus.
- 12 Players Smash
This mode is the same as the versus mode, but like the 8 players smash, it is only playable online and on the Mega stages, because 12 characters take place in the battaille. Otherwise, the rules remain the same as the versus modes.
- 3D Smash
In this mode, you can fight in 3D like Super Mario 3D World on the specials stages. It is in this mode that the new techniques climbing and propultion jumping become importants. The climbing is to climb some walls, whereas the propustion jumping is to propel on the walls to jump more highter.
Classic mode is the most common mode in Super Smash Bros. (after the Versus mode). Available in different difficulties (Easy, Medium, Advanced, Hard, Expert and Ultimate), this mode offers the player the simple duels estates, team battle against a giant, battle against a team many characters (but very easy to beat, even in ultimate difficulty), special duels against metal characters and finally a boss battle against the Master hand and, from the Advanced level, the Crazy hand to. Finish this mode with a given character can provide an opportunity to unlock locked character.
As in Super Smash Bros. Melee, this mode offers the player internship estates platforms, beat-them-all of battles, simple battles and battles against bosses. Is here the progress of the adventure:
|Mushroom Kingdom||Super Mario||1.1||Platformer||A stage traveling the mushroom kingdom with a lots of Goomba and Paratroopa. The player can use the pipes to teleport to another pipe.|
|1.2||Battle||On the Peach's castle, beat Mario and Peach (If the player have unlocked Luigi, Luigi replaces Mario sometimes).|
|1.3||Boss fight||In the Bowser's castle, beat Bowser, the boss, to finish the level.|
|Kongo Jungle||Donkey Kong||2.1||Beat-them-all||At Kongo Jungle, beat the team Diddy Kong (12 Diddy Kong).|
|2.2||Boss fight||At Windmill hills, beat Donkey Kong, the boss, to finish the level (If the player have unlocked King K. Rool, King K. Rool replaces Donkey Kong sometimes).|
|Hyrule||The Legend of Zelda||3.1||Platformer||Pass the Clock Town, but since it's a maze, you have to defeat all the link therein to find the exit.|
|3.2||Battle||On the Brige of Eldin, beat Zelda, Impa and Midna.|
|3.3||Boss fight||At the Temple, beat Ganondorf, the boss, to finish the level.|
|Planet Zebes||Metroïd||4.1||Boss fight||In the Brinstar Depths, beat Samus.|
|4.2||Plateformer||In Brinstar, you have 30 seconds to arrive in the Samus starcraft, before Brinstar explodes.|
|Lylat systeme||Star Fox||5.1||Battle||At Corneria, beat Slippy.|
|5.2||Battle||At Corneria, beat Slippy, but the starcraft of his friends shoot on the stage.|
|5.3||Boss fight||On the Dinosaur planet, beat Fox, the boss, to finish the level (If the player have unlocked Falco, Falco replaces Fox sometimes).|
All-Stars Mode (in construction)
NX All-Stars Mode
|Series Image||Series||Date||Character(s) (opponents)||Stage(s)|
|Ty the Tasmania Tiger||2002||
|Banjo and Kazooïe||1998||