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Super Smash Bros. Vendetta is an upcoming game in the Super Smash Bros. series. It is 5th in the series, coming after Super Smash Bros. Wii U & 3DS.
- Brawl: The main mode, where up to 4 people can duke it out, or you can just fight against 1-3 CPUs because you have no friends.... You can play a free-for-all, or team battle. You can also customize the rules to be stock match or time match. In time matches, whoever performs the most KOs in the ammount of time wins, while in stock matches the winner is the last one standing, as for every time you die, you lose a stock.
- Smash Run: A multiplayer mode, up to 4 players go through a large labyrinth, fight enemies, and collect boosts. After five minutes, the players use their boosts to duke it out!
- Story Mode - The Lost Empire: Story Mode returns from Brawl, but completely reworked. The gameplay now focuses on combat while still having some platforming elements. It also incorporates more elements from Nintendo's star franchises.
The trailer begins with Mario, Link, Samus, Pikachu, Kirby, Shulk, Pit, Yoshi, and Donkey Kong at a Grand Smash Bros. gathering when a young Toad warns the Smashers that Bowser and Wario have kidnapped Princess Peach. Just then, the two villains break in, with Peach in Bowser's clutches. Pit, Yoshi, and Kirby chase Wario out into the docks, while the other smashers face Bowser. A montage of gameplay is shown featuring a battle between Mario, Shulk, Bowser, and Donkey Kong. Donkey Kong then hits Bowser in the face with a devastating punch, before Bowser breathes fire at Samus, causing her suit to break down, turning her into Zero Suit Samus. A montage of Zero Suit Samus gameplay is shown, before cutting back to Pit, Yoshi, Kirby, and Wario at the docks.
The three have Wario outnumbered, but Wario overpowers them all. Suddenly, the Toad from earlier comes to the rescue, now armed with a searchlight and pickaxe while inside a minecart. "CAPTAIN TOAD BEGINS HIS JOURNEY!" Wario simply knocks him away, but then peculiar music begins to play as the Chorus Kids assault Wario. "CHORUS KIDS PLAY THEIR NOTES!" Gameplay footage of the Chorus Kids, Captain Toad, and Wario is shown before cutting back to Mario and the others.
The villanous koopa is cornered by the heroes as Shulk frees Peach from Bowser's clutches. After some more gameplay footage, Wario is knocked back into the gathering building and Pit, Yoshi, Kirby, Captain Toad, and the Chorus Kids enter. The two villains are forced to retreat, and the screen flashes to show the logo.
In a post-credits scene, a young robotic figure is shown in some sort of containment unit, hinting at the return of Mega Man.
Small and Mighty
Mega Man bursts out of his containment unit and runs down a long flight of stairs, before showing gameplay footage of how Mega Man fights. It then cuts to Mega Man, Mario, Shulk, Ness, Link, and Pikachu at a Team Rocket facility, where many Pokemon are being held hostage. They start freeing them, but are stopped by a small feline Pokemon. "MEOWTH, THAT'S RIGHT!" Meowth fights against the Smashers, and more gameplay footage is shown. This time it shows off two items: The return of the Pokeball, and also a brand new item called the False Pokeball. The False Pokeball's function is whenever it's picked up, it will capture the person who picked it up inside the Pokeball for a short amount of time.
It then cuts to Ness and Meowth fighting, but both are knocked back by a shell. Stubby arms and legs and a head come out of the shell, revealing the Koopa Troopa. "KOOPA TROOPA MARCHES ON!" Soon, all of the fighters charge at each other as the trailer ends with a shot of the logo.
Painting the Town
Mario and Peach are paying a visit to Delfino Plaza when they find splotches of orange paint left all around famous landmarks. The piantas are quick to blame Mario (because they're idiots) but soon the true culprit makes herself known: Inkling. "INKLING PAINTS THE TOWN ORANGE!" Gameplay footage of Inkling is shown before Mario and Inkling begin to duke it out. Other Smashers come to the scene before Inkling turns into her squid form and disappears in a splash of paint.
Super Fighting Robots
The trailer begins in an arena, where Mega Man is fighting foe after foe. He goes up against Donkey Kong, Chorus Kids, Meta Knight, Ness, and Greninja and defeats them with fair ease. But then a new challenger returns to the fray: A white humanoid creature with a giant purple tail. "MEWTWO STRIKES BACK!" Mewtwo begins to pummel Mega Man, but a robot hand grabs him and flings him to the side. "BECK MORPHS IN!" Beck and Mewtwo face off, but Beck clearly has the upper hand.
In a post-credits scene, Mega Man, Beck, Mewtwo, Donkey Kong, Chorus Men, Meta Knight, Ness, and Greninja stand at the entrance to a pixellated maze, as they witness a yellow circle-like creature chomping on some pellets.
It's A Rumble In The Jungle
Diddy Kong and Dixie Kong are relaxing, eating bananas when Kremlings start destroying the jungle, led by a familiar foe. "KING K. ROOL TAKES SIEGE!" Diddy prepares to face him, but Dixie comes at his side. "DIXIE KONG IS READY TO RUMBLE!" Diddy and Dixie face King K. Rool's Kremlings, but a blast of magic knocks Diddy back. "ASHLEY BEWITCHES THE BATTLEFIELD!" Diddy and Dixie face off against Ashley and King K. Rool. Ashley sends out a shockwave knocking all of them back, but is soon attacked by troops of the Forces of Nature. "VIRIDI SENDS HER TROOPS!" A Smash Bros. airship then flies down, and Mario, Donkey Kong, Sheik, and Lucas eject from it. More of Viridi's troops begin to attack as Mario, Donkey Kong, Diddy Kong, Dixie Kong, Sheik, and Lucas face them. It then shows a brief montage of gameplay footage before cutting to the logo.
Much like for Super Smash Bros. 3DS and some other recent Nintendo titles, cheesy commercials for the game were made to advertise the game a few days after the game's release.
Hunger for Battle
The commercial begins with a kid watching the kitchen. He spots his dad working on his computer, and right across from him, on the kitchen counter, is a bowl of fruit. The kid sneaks into the kitchen and tries to steal a banana from the bowl, but his father catches him. The father bangs his fists against his chest, before transforming into Donkey Kong. Ness points at him, imitating the pose for Ness' official artwork for the game, before transforming into Ness.
The commercial than cuts to a brief montage of gameplay with this narration playing over it: "Time to settle the score! Play as your favorite Nintendo fighters in SUPER SMASH BROTHERS VENDETTA!" It then ends with a shot of the game's boxart. In a post credits scene, the kid is shown taking a time out.
Two boys and a girl are playing with a turtle, but the turtle runs away, causing the three to chase after it. The turtle then turns into Bowser, and the kids transform into Mario, Shulk, and Zelda.
The commercial than cuts to a brief montage of gameplay with this narration playing over it: "Time to settle the score! Play as your favorite Nintendo fighters in SUPER SMASH BROTHERS VENDETTA!" It then ends with a shot of the game's boxart. In a post credits scene, one of the kids puts the turtle in a box so that it can't escape.
"Now, For My Next Trick...."
A young girl with pigtails is on stage, performing magic tricks. She does one involving cards that backfires, causing the other kids in the audience to boo her. Angered, the girl pulls out her 3DS and transforms into Ashley.
The commercial then cuts to a brief montage of Smash Run gameplay with this narration playing over it: "Use Smash Run to gather power ups and blast through foes in SUPER SMASH BROTHERS VENDETTA!" It then ends with a shot of the game's boxart.
For more info on the characters' playstyles, see here.