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|Super Smash Bros. Royale|
|July 9, 2016|
Super Smash Bros. Royale is the fifth game of the famous Super Smash Bros. series of fighting games. It will be for the Wii U and will come out on July 9, 2016.
Rosalina & Luma
Mr. Game and Watch
Duck Hunt Dog
|Stage Name||Series Origin|
|Battlefield||Super Smash Bros.|
|Final Destination||Super Smash Bros.|
|Rainbow Cruise||Super Mario|
|Delfino Plaza||Super Mario|
|Jungle Japes||Donkey Kong|
|Bridge of Eldin||The Legend of Zelda|
|Fountain of Dreams||Kirby|
|Lylat Cruise||Star Fox|
|Orbital Gate Assault||Star Fox|
|Unova Pokemon League||Pokemon|
|Kalos Pokemon League||Pokemon|
|Port Town Aero Dive||F-Zero|
|New Pork City||Earthbound|
|Icicle Mountain||Ice Climbers|
|Castle Siege||Fire Emblem|
|Flat Zone X||Game & Watch|
|Wario Ware, Inc.||Wario|
|Palutena's Temple||Kid Icarus|
|Reset Bomb Forest||Kid Icarus|
|Garden of Hope||Pikmin|
|Town & City||Animal Crossing|
|Wii Fit Studio||Wii Fit|
|Duck Hunt||Duck Hunt|
|Balloon Fight||Balloon Fight|
|Shadow Moses Island||Metal Gear|
|Windy Hill Zone||Sonic the Hedgehog|
|Umbra Clock Tower||Bayonetta|
|Wily Castle||Mega Man|
|Suzaku Castle||Street Fighter|
|Stage Name||Series Origin|
|Royal Court||Super Smash Bros.|
|Super Bell Hill||Super Mario|
|Bowser's Castle||Super Mario|
|Dreamy Mount Pajamaja||Super Mario|
|Juicy Jungle||Donkey Kong|
|Sealed Grounds||The Legend of Zelda|
|Ghost Ship||The Legend of Zelda|
|Plegia Castle||Fire Emblem|
|Aurum Hive||Kid Icarus|
|Labyrinth of Deceit||Kid Icarus|
|Chaos Vortex||Kid Icarus|
|Blossom City||The Wonderful 101|
|Lost City of Lowrule||The Wonderful 101|
|Apollo Sanctum||Golden Sun|
|Clu Clu Land||Clu Clu Land|
|Hogan's Alley||Hogan's Alley|
|Hotcha Springs||The Legendary Starfy|
|Outer Haven||Metal Gear|
|Twinkle Park||Sonic the Hedgehog|
|Final Egg||Sonic the Hedgehog|
|Final Weapon||Mega Man|
|Zero Space||Mega Man|
|Grand Factory||Street Fighter|
|Skyscraper Under Construction||Street Fighter|
|Troupple Pond||Shovel Knight|
|Zanarkand Ruins||Final Fantasy|
In certain stages, there's a boss that might interrupt your fight. The one who KOs the boss will get extra points at the end of a match. These bosses can also be fought in Boss Battles Mode.
|Boss Name||Location||Series Origin|
|Master Hand||Final Destination||Super Smash Bros.|
|Crazy Hand||Final Destination||Super Smash Bros.|
|Master Core||Final Destination||Super Smash Bros.|
|Giga Bowser||Final Destination||Super Smash Bros.|
|Tera Bowser||Final Destination||Super Smash Bros.|
|Hisstocrat||Super Bell Hill||Super Mario|
|Bashmaster||Juicy Jungle||Donkey Kong|
|Bellum||Ghost Ship||The Legend of Zelda|
|Grand Doomer||Another Dimension||Kirby|
|Porky Minch||Osohe Castle||Earthbound|
|Gangrel||Plegia Castle||Fire Emblem|
|Large Fry||Mount Bighill||Wario|
|Chaos Kin||Chaos Vortex||Kid Icarus|
|Scornet Maestro||Tropical Wilds||Pikmin|
|Metal Face||Gaur Plain||Xenoblade|
|Gah-Goojin||Lost City of Lowrule||The Wonderful 101|
|Rampaging Octowhirl||Octo Valley||Splatoon|
|Chaos Chimaera||Apollo Sanctum||Golden Sun|
|Egg Dragoon||Apotos||Sonic the Hedgehog|
|Yellow Devil||Wily Castle||Mega Man|
|Jet Stingray||Final Weapon||Mega Man|
|Sigma||Zero Space||Mega Man|
|Seymour Omnis||Zanarkand Ruins||Final Fantasy|
|Orthros||Temple of Fire||Bravely|
|Diamante||Celestial Realm Tour||Bravely|
|Specter Knight||Lich Yard||Shovel Knight|
Assist Trophies are non-playable characters who help you out in battle. There are 81 Assist Trophies in Royale. Assist Trophies in bold are new.
|Assist Trophy||Series Origin|
|Hammer Bro.||Super Mario|
|Lakitu & Spinies||Super Mario|
|Chain Chomp||Super Mario|
|Broque Monsieur||Super Mario|
|Cranky Kong||Donkey Kong|
|Midna||The Legend of Zelda|
|Skull Kid||The Legend of Zelda|
|Tingle||The Legend of Zelda|
|Zant||The Legend of Zelda|
|Hilda||The Legend of Zelda|
|Kat & Ana||Wario|
|Prince Vorkken||The Wonderful 101|
|Starfy||The Legendary Starfy|
|Saki Amamiya||Sin & Punishment|
|Takamaru||The Mysterious Murasame Castle|
|Barbara||Jam With the Band|
|Infantry & Tanks||Nintendo Wars|
|Dillon||Dillon's Rolling Western|
|Sable Prince||The Frog for Whom the Bell Tolls|
|Dr. Kawashima||Brain Age|
|Dr. Lobe||Big Brain Academy|
|Lip||Panel de Pon|
|Elite Beat Agents||Elite Beat Agents|
|Mach Rider||Mach Rider|
|Grey Fox||Metal Gear Solid|
|The Fear||Metal Gear Solid|
|Shadow the Hedgehog||Sonic the Hedgehog|
|Tikal the Echidna||Sonic the Hedgehog|
|Vector the Crocodile||Sonic the Hedgehog|
|Elec Man||Mega Man|
|Blade Man||Mega Man|
|Boomer Kuwanger||Mega Man|
|Ground Scaravich||Mega Man|
|Black Knight||Shovel Knight|
|Plague Knight||Shovel Knight|
|Polar Knight||Shovel Knight|
The main mode of the game, Royale lets up to 4 players battle in out to see who'll win.
Basically the same as Royale, but up to 8 players can join in on the fun.
Classic Mode is a mode where you can face random fighters in the span of 10 stages. After the 4th stage, you can play a mode called Break the Targets, which tests each of the fighters' skills in unique courses made specifically for them. This also happens with Board the Platforms after the 8th stage. The 9th stage pits you against three random fighters. When you reach the final stage, the opponents you face varies on the intensity you faced Classic Mode.
- 0.0-3.0: Master Hand
- 3.1-4.0: Master Hand & Crazy Hand
- 4.1-5.0: Master Hand, Crazy Hand, & Master Core (Master Edges and Master Shadow)
- 5.1-6.0: Master Hand, Crazy Hand, & Master Core (Master Beast, Master Edges, and Master Shadow)
- 6.1-7.0: Master Hand, Crazy Hand, & Master Core (Master Giant, Master Beast, Master Edges, and Master Shadow)
- 7.1-8.9: Master Hand, Crazy Hand, Master Core (Master Giant, Master Beast, Master Edges and Master Shadow), & Master Fortress
- 9.0: Master Hand, Crazy Hand, Master Core (Master Tank, Master Giant, Master Beast, Master Edges and Master Shadow), & Master Fortress
All-Star Mode pits you up against all of the fighters you unlocked up to this point. You can either face them in three ways- in chronological order, reverse chronological order, or in the order their series came out.
Here, you can hone your skills with each and every fighter against a training dummy, whose settings you can change.
The Stadium has various events that you can choose to do.
Using a Home-Run Bat, see how far you can hit a Sandbag.
Launch a bomb and score lots of points by taking out various blocks and targets in 5 courses. You have two chances to score points; the second bomb is bigger than the first.
Take place in events that allow you to defeat as many enemies as possible under various pretenses. In this game, the enemies are the Fawful Flunkies, taking moves from Mario, Link, Shulk, Kirby, Pit, and Wonder-Red.
Break the Targets/Board the Platforms
Take place in an obstacle course that makes you break 10 targets or board 10 platforms while testing out your characters' moves.
Similar to City Trial from Kirby Air Ride, Smash Run takes place on a massive battlefield filled with a hodgepodge of enemies from Adventure Mode. You have 5 minutes to collect as many upgrades as you can by defeating enemies. After time's up, players will face each other in one final event.
The Vault is where you can listen to music previously unlocked, see your photos you took in the Album, watch fighter reveal trailers or endings in Movies, and view a list of all referenced games in the game in the Chronicle.
Aside from viewing trophies in the Gallery or Hoard, you can also buy trophies in the Trophy Shop using your winnings, or play three minigames to help you get more.
Coin Launcher lets you shoot coins at enemies to get Stickers or Trophies. The game ends if you're satisfied or if you run out of coins.
In Trophy Rush, you can collect falling trophies for a maximum of 150 second. You can also collect coins, stickers, and custom parts as well.
Royal Treasury is a never-ending, side scrolling stage that has many enemies from Adventure Mode and Smash Run. If you defeat 5 enemies, the fifth enemy will drop a trophy for you to collect. Each playthrough of this mode is random, and the stage gradually scrolls faster when you overtime. The mode ends when you get KO'd.
Smash Taunts are done by pressing the down taunt button on a certain stage using a specific character. Successfulling doing the Smash Taunt will trigger a conversation about the fighter that character's currently facing.
Done by Snake, he contacts five of his friends to tell him about the Smashers. However, in two of these codecs (those being Falco and Zero's), two guests make an appearance (those being Slippy Toad and Axl, respectively). This Smash Taunt's unique, as when Snake somehow gets KO'd while the taunt is in action, the character he contacted will suddenly scream Snake's name- an homage to the famous Game Over screen from the Metal Gear Series.
Done by Pit, he'll contact Palutena, Viridi, and Magnus to tell him about the Smashers. However, since this is Kid Icarus Uprising, Hades will unexpectedly join in on the conversation too. Just like the Codecs, in two of the conversations (Robin and Janne's), two guests will make an appearence (Chrom and Nikolai Nikolanikov, respectively).
Done by Dark Pit, this is similar to Palutena's Guidence. However, Viridi, Arlon, and Phosphora will give in info on the fighters.
Done by Ringabel and Janne, this Smash Taunt is different from others. Instead of them getting the lowdown on the fighters, friends of Ringabel/Janne themselves talk about each fighter. The characters appearing vary on who did the Smash Taunt. In Ringabel's case, Tiz, Agnes, and Edea will talk about the fighters. In Janne's case, Yew, Magnolia, and Nikolai will talk about them.
|Character||Criteria 1||Criteria 2|
|Falco||Play 5 vs. matches|
|Lucas||Play 10 vs. matches|
|Luigi||Play 20 vs. matches|
|Lucina||Play 35 vs. matches|
|Palutena||Play 50 vs. matches|
|Janne||Play 65 vs. matches|
|Lucario||Play 80 vs. matches|
|Roy||Play 100 vs. matches|
|Snake||Play 120 vs. matches|
|Dr. Mario||Play 135 vs. matches|
|Pac-Man||Play 150 vs. matches|
|Ganondorf||Play 175 vs. matches|
|Rundas||Play 200 vs. mayches|
|Mr. Game and Watch||Play 230 vs. matches|
|Sonic||Play 255 vs. matches|
|Fawful||Play 280 vs. matches|
|R.O.B.||Play 310 vs. matches|
|Rosalina & Luma||Play 345 vs. matches|
|Bowser Jr.||Play 380 vs. matches|
|Bayonetta||Play 420 vs. matches|
|Jigglypuff||Play 465 vs. matches|
|Dug Hunt Dog||Play 500 vs. matches|
|Cloud||Play 550 vs. matches|
|Viridi||Play 600 vs. matches|
|Wolf||Play 650 vs. matches|
|Mewtwo||Pkay 700 vs. matches|