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|Super Smash Brothers Fiesta!|
|Platform(s)||Nintari Portal 63 1/3|
| 25px 30 April 1945 |
| Single Player|
Super Smash Brothers Fiesta! is a new game for the Nintari Portal 63 1/3. It is the first in the Super Smash Brothers series to feature Clayfighter characters prominently. It also features new mechanics to the game, such as costume customization, a volleyball mini-game similar to Dead or Alive Extreme Beach Volleyball the return of intuitive mechanics such as wavedashing, and Claytalities. It is the sequel to the game Super Smash Brothers Brawl, with full support and creative consulting by Miyamoto Sakurai. The game is set to be released.
Following the path of previous Smash Brothers games, Fiesta! utilizes the same system and controls in a frantic battle scenario. Selecting from a wide range of Nintendo, Clayfighter and Nintari Portal original Fantendo characters, players focus on dealing damage in percents to enemy players in order to knock them out of bounds and off of the fighting area. Providing a variety of gamemodes, ranging from stock, score, HP and coin, the game is primarily focused on multiplayer melee. In spite of this the game also includes various other modes, such as a classic arcade style mode returning from original games, a story centric adventure mode, an event mode in which players compete through various premade scenarios and a volleyball mini-game where you can earn and unlock swimsuits for various characters. Similar to the previous entries in the series Smash Brothers uses a universal moveset amongst characters as opposed to traditional fighting games, however it drops the Final Smash's from the previous game, replacing them with "Claytalities" from the Nintendo 64 (and Microsoft Vita remake) fighting game Clayfighter 63 1/3.
General ActionsUtilizing the Microsoft Vita Analog Stick can move and jump around in full 3D with simulated physics. The 4 yellow C buttons are used to trigger the characters attacks, while the shoulderpad buttons are used to grab and activate shields. Characters may taunt by tapping the touch screen and activate their Claytalities by pressing both shoulderpad buttons at the same time when they have a full Claytality meter. Although the game is in full 3D, players move along a 2D plane, the 3D only used to make cool areas in the background you will never be able to go to. In Volleyball mode all 3 dimensions are used.
Techniques and Moves
Each character retains a unique moveset using a universal input throughout the roster. Basic attacks, including punches, kicks, slashes and licks are utilized through the D button, the directional pad and weather the player is in the air, on the ground, crouching or in space to provide a different attack. Each character also has four special moves tied to the four yellow C buttons, which facilitate Standard, Directional, Up and Down special attacks. Moves can be combed into eachother and can gain special properties depending on the players position.
Replacing Final Smashes from Super Smash Brothers Brawl is a modified technique from Clayfighter 63 1/3 known as a Claytality. The Claytality is used when a player presses both shoulder buttons at the same time with a full Claytality meter. Claytality's are brutal yet highly comedic and slapstick attacks, unleashed through unblockable cinematics that deal a ton of damages as well as added humility. Claytality meter can be burned with special commands to add special properties to basic and special moves.
Characters have been separated into two categories, Veteran, featuring characters from previous Smash Brothers and Clayfighter games and Newcomers who are new to the series. Some characters are required to be unlocked by meeting specific requirements then facing off against them in mortal combat.
|Sir Dark Bowser||Sir Dark Bowser||Default|
|134px||Lord Satan||Pickle Adventures||Default|
|134px||Chip "Danger" Picklesfield||Pickle Adventures||Default|
|134px||Dark Pickle||Pickle Adventures||Complete Classic mode with Lord Satan|
|134px||Baby Satan||Pickle Adventures||Complete Classic mode with Chip "Danger" Picklesfield|
|134px||Mr. Pickle & Watch||Pickle Adventures||Complete Target Test for all Pickle Adventures characters.|
|Col. Crumstard||Crumstard's Revenge||Default|
|Bob Jenkins||Arkham Horror||Default|
|Davy Bones||Rattle Me Bones||Default|
|Scorpion King||The Mummy||Default|
|Chase McClain||LEGO City||Default|
|Drek Reynolds||Drek Reynolds||Default|
|Heavy Weapons Guy||Team Fortress||Default.|
|Heavy Weapons Bot||Team Fortress||Complete Classic Mode with Heavy Weapons Guy|
|Zombie Weapons Guy||Team Fortress||Acquire the "Scream Fortress" Trophy.|
|Daisy||Mario||Complete Classic Mode with Peach.|
|Waluigi||Wario||Complete Classic Mode with Wario|
|Hideo Kojima||Metal Gear Solid||Complete Classic Mode with Bob Jenkins|
|Scribblenaut||Scribblenauts||Complete Classic Mode with Maxwell.|
|Bad Mr. Frosty||Clayfighter||Default|
|Ice||Clayfighter||Complete Classic Mode with Bad Mr. Frosty|
|T-Hoppy||Clayfighter||Complete Classic Mode with Blob.|
|Blue Suede Goo||Clayfighter||Default|
|Houngan||Clayfighter||Complete Classic Mode with Blue Suede Goo|
|Kung Pow||Clayfighter||Complete Classic Mode with Bonker|
|Icky Bod Clay||Clayfighter||Default|
|Sumo Santa||Clayfighter||Complete Classic Mode with Icky Bod Clay|
|Lockjaw Pooch||Clayfighter||Complete Classic Mode with Taffy|
|Hobo Cop||Clayfighter||Complete Classic Mode with Tiny|
|Earthworm Jim||Earthworm Jim||Default|
Smash Brothers Veterans
|Dr. Mario||Mario||Unlocked by completing Classic mode with Toad.|
|Luigi||Mario||Complete Classic Mode with Mario.|
|Donkey Kong||Donkey Kong||Default|
|Diddy Kong||Donkey Kong||Default|
|Link||The Legend of Zelda||Default|
|Zelda||The Legend of Zelda||Default. Impa transforms into this character.|
|Impa||The Legend of Zelda||Default. Zelda transforms into this character.|
|Ganondorf||The Legend of Zelda||Complete Classic Mode with Zelda or Impa.|
|Toon Link||The Legend of Zelda||Complete Classic Mode with Link.|
|Jigglypuff||Pokemon||Complete Classic Mode with Pikachu|
|Mewtwo||Pokemon||Complete Classic Mode with Pokemon Trainer|
|Samus||Metroid||Default. Zero Suit Samus transforms into this character.|
|Zero Suit Samus||Metroid||Default. Samus transforms into this character.|
|Ice Climbers||Ice Climbers||Default.|
|ROB||ROB||Complete Classic Mode with Ice Climbers.|
|Falco||Star Fox||Complete Classic Mode with Fox|
|Ness||Earthbound||Complete Classic Mode with Ness|
|Marth||Fire Emblem||Complete Classic Mode with Chrom|
|Captain Falcon||F-Zero||Complete Classic Mode with Captain Olimar.|
|Mr. Game and Watch||Game and Watch||Complete Classic Mode with all Default characters.|
The game features a variety of new stages, as well as returning remakes of old ones.
|Ubermarket||Pickle Adventures||The great Ubermarket where Grillo Pickles are sold, the previous discarded and inferior pickles have made the floors all slippery.|
|Frosty Fortress||Clayfighter||A slippery ice castle that gathers up snow creating bigger platforms as the match goes on.|
|Big Hunk O' Burning Clay||Clayfighter||The swank nightclub of Blue Suede Gloo which contains various fire hazards as well as a piano which can fall on you.|
|LEGO Studios: Mummy's Tomb||LEGO City||A haunted mummy tomb, but in LEGO.|
|Arkham||Arkham Horror||Utilizing dimensional portals you transport around to various areas of the town Arkham as it is seiged by paranormal and supernatural happenings and creatures..|
|Mathias' Fall||Scorpion King||The final battle of the Scorpion King where Mathias falls.|
All stages from the first 3 Smash Brothers return with updated graphics and physics. For stages which occupy the same element, the used design is shown below.
|Battlefield||Super Smash Bros.||A basic stage with 3 platforms soaring through the cosmos.|
|Final Destination||Super Smash Bros.||A single platform with no levels or hazards, soaring through space and beyond.|