“Let's get our smash on. ”
Quote from descriptions and on the back of box art.
Super Smash Bros. Rampage
Release date America: November 26, 2012
Mode(s) 1 player, 1-4 using ElectroConnect
Platform(s) 3DS, Hyper V
3DS cartridge, Hyper V cartridge
Super Smash Bros. Rampage is the fourth game in the SSB series, developed by Electric Enterprises. It is planned to be released either late 2012 or early 2013. This game does not use new designs of characters like in the previous game, but it uses classic designs of characters. It is planned for release on the 3DS and Hyper V.
Nintendo eShop Description Edit
It is time for the smash crew to return to the classics, in their latest game: Super Smash Bros. Rampage! New and old characters come in the rampage, such as Black, the trainer from the Pokémon region of Unova. Old characters come back, such as Pichu from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Some characters did not make the cut, however, like the boy with powers of PSI, Lucas. On November 26, 2012, prepare for a rampage of excitement. Let's get our smash on.
Hyperior Store Description Edit
Coming soon is a new game in the Super Smash Bros. series. There are many characters, such as Mario, Link, Kirby, and Waluigi?! Yup, there are some new characters coming your way, such as Bandanna Dee from the depths of Kirby. Some characters come back that were previously left in the dust, such as Pichu. Some people got the boot, like the pilot of the Blue Falcon, Captain Falcon. Coming November 26, 2012, it is time for smashers to go back to classic 3D designs. Let's get our smash on.
There is a new feature to the Smash Bros. games, and that is skill groups. Each color has its own group. There are four skill groups, and each one has different stats. They are:
Green is Skill: Skill has a decent speed, best jumps, but bad power.
Blue is Speed: Speed obviously has the best speed, good power, but bad jumps.
Red is Power: Power obviously has best power, good jumps, but bad speed.
Black is Neutral: Neutral is the average fighter, with good speed, jumps, and power.
Waluigi Super Mario
Waluigi is a character that was previously just an assist trophy. But now he has a main role as an actual smasher! Waluigi utilizes Bob-ombs and Pirahna Plants for some of his attacks, and he can also wield his tennis racket.
Side: Tennis Ball Bounce
Up: Tennis Racket
Down: Piranha Plant
Final Smash: Big Bob-omb
Bandanna Dee Kirby
The Waddle Dee from Dream Land is joining Kirby in the rampage! Bandanna Dee is a skill type, so he can run pretty fast and jumps super high. His spear helps him in battle.
Side: Spear Toss
Up: Spear Helicopter
Down: Downwards Spear
Final Smash: Giant Warp Star
Emboar: Power Dewott: Skill Snivy: Speed
Black is a Pokémon trainer from the region of Unova. He has brought along three Pokémon to help him in his battles: Snivy, a speedy little Pokémon; Dewott, the skilled water dueler; and Emboar, the fiery powerhouse. These Pokémon can bring Black to victory.
Down: Pokémon Change
Final Smash: Unova's Finish
Standard: Razor Leaf
Side: Leaf Storm
Up: Vine Whip
Standard: Razor Shell
Side: Hydro Pump
Up: Aqua Jet
Standard: Hammer Arm
Up: Heat Crash
Victini is a powerful physcic and fire type from the Pokémon region, Unova. He might look small, but his flamethrower can sure pack a punch! If he tried, he could even beat Emboar, piece of cake!
Side: Flame Charge
Up: Quick Attack
Down: Zen Headbutt
Final Smash: Flare Blitz
Tom Nook Animal Crossing
Okay, you might think that this friendly shopkeeper would never make it as a fighter. But Tom Nook can use merchandise from his shop, such as the fishing pole, to attack. And when he tries, he can pack a serious punch.
Up: Fishing Pole
Final Smash: Furniture Rain
Ridley is a giant dragon that can cause rampage and ruckus wherever he goes! Or he got shrunk down for this rampage. Ridley is very powerful, and he can throw fireballs!
Side: Tail Whip
Up: Wing Boost
Down: Crush Trap
Final Smash: Meta Wings
Characters that have already appeared in previous Super Smash Bros. games.
Mario Super Mario
Mario, Nintendo's mascot, returns to the smash. He can throw as many fireballs as he pleases, and his iceballs not only slow players down, but they defy gravity and go straight! He's one cool plumber.
Up: Super Jump Punch
Final Smash: Mario Finale
Peach Super Mario
The glorious princess of the Mushroom Kingdom is returning to fight! Princess Peach doesn't exactly look like a real fighter to some, but she really has a thing for throwing vegetables.
Side: Peach Bomber
Final Smash: Peach Blossom
Bowser Super Mario
Bowser is the strongest of all the Mario warriors. He can throw blue, spiked, winged shells to attack other players as he pleases. Of course, he really does attack quite a bit all the time...
Standard: Fiery Breath
Side: Spiny Shell
Up: Whirling Fortress
Down: Flying Slam
Final Smash: Giga Bowser
Poyo! This little puffball is returning to the rampage. He can run pretty fast, and he can inhale anything in sight. Inhaling Mario lets him shoot fireballs and wear his cap!
Up: Final Cutter
Final Smash: Super Ability
Meta Knight Kirby
The powerful knight from Dream Land is back and ready to rampage! Meta Knight can fly high with his wings, and he can swing his sword. He can also transform into a tornado.
Standard: Mach Tornado
Side: Drill Rush
Up: Shuttle Loop
Down: Dimensional Cape
Final Smash: Galaxia Darkness
King Dedede Kirby
The self-proclaimed king of Dream Land is back in the smash! He wields his hammer like nuts. I'm telling you, you've never seen a hammer swung as beautifully as this guy's hammer.
Side: Waddle Dee Toss
Up: Super Dedede Jump
Down: Jet Hammer
Final Smash: Waddle Dee Army
Assist Trophies and Pokéballs Edit
Assist Trophies Edit
Geno & Mallow
This duo is back from the classic game, Super Mario RPG! Geno and Mallow fly around, with Geno firing stars and Mallow bouncing on clouds, trying to hit players. One hit can do up to 15% damage!
K. K. plays a tune, which slows all the players down except for the one that summoned him. He can also send music notes flying. One note does 20% of damage! The notes are rare, though.
Paper Bowser flies around the stage in his Koopa Clown Car. He can throw Bob-ombs, paper Koopa Troopas, and other projectiles down at the course. One object does 17% damage.
Palutena flies around the course. She can fire light arrows anywhere, which do 25% damage per hit!
Mona rides around the course on her motorcycle, doing flips and jumps. One hit from her bike does 23% damage!
Munchlax runs around the stage, eating any item in sight. He does no real ham to players, but he just cleans up the stage.
Infernape runs around the stage at full speed, karate chopping opponents and firing flames. One hit can do up to 27% of damage!
Golurk stomps around the stage very slowly, digging players into the stadium. One stomp equals up to 25% of damage.
Ferrothorn works similar to Metagross in Brawl; he stomps slowly around a certain player and digs them into the ground.
Hypno slowly swings his string, humming a soft tune. Every player, except the one that released him, falls into a deep sleep until attacked.
Sawk & Throh
Sawk and Throh run around the stage at a high speed, karate chopping anything in sight. One hit is 5% damage, but normally they hit in a series of five hits.