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Indonesia IDR 80,000
Malaysia MYR 214
Philippines PHP 5,242
Singapore SGD 7
Vietnam VND 69,000

Nintendo Super Smash Bros. Wii U Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2014-12-17
Super Smash Bros For Wii U is, for now, the definitive way to play Super Smash Bros, even if some of its game modes and innovations don't always work.Back when I reviewed Super Smash Bros for Nintendo 3DS , I commented that while it was a worthy effort, I...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-15
Chaotic myhem, Fantastic game mechanics, Lots of different modes, Great character selection, Fantastic level design, Loads of different levelsWould've liked to control my own Amiibo, Could do with a tutorial mode to introduce the game mechanics
My experience with Super Smash Bros. (for Wii U – as it explicitly states on the title screen) was a somewhat mixed experience. I guess it would be best described as: “A next-gen experience in South Africa”. Let me explain.I've only recently bought myself...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-12
Luckily, getting lots of players together isn't quite as heavy on the wallet as local multiplayer used to be; the Wii U is compatible with almost every Nintendo controller under the sun, including the Wii Remote, Wii Classic Controller Pro and Wii U Pro C...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-06
When the original Super Smash Bros. released on the Nintendo 64 it blew my mind. I was ten years old and had been playing Nintendo games for as long as I could remember. Mario, Donkey Kong, Kirby had grown up with me but they were always separated by indi...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-05
It's no secret that I absolutely adored Super Smash Bros. 3DS. Nintendo somehow took the series and made it work perfectly on their handheld console. The portable title certainly stands on its own, but what it really did was serve as a teaser for Super Sm...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-04
Tons of characters; nostalgia galore; eightplayer insanity; looks and plays greatAmiibo integration isn't great; less reinvention than refinement
Like its kid brother on the 3DS, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U stars a whopping 49 playable characters, the largest roster in franchise history. It's a who's who of famous faces, from Nintendo icons like Mario, Link, and Donkey Kong to Pac-Man, Mega Man, an...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-04
That amazing roster, Packed with Nintendo love, 8-player smash, Looks amazingDisappointing amiibo support, Confusing menus
Nintendo is killing it. There is no other way to put it. Every game that drops for the Wii U seems to just get better, and the latest Smash Bros. title is certainly no exception. While the name for the latest chapter leaves a lot to be desired, the packag...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-03
Polishe, addictive gamepla, Massive character roste, Tons of modes and unlockable, Gorgeous HD graphicsNo story mod, Occasional online lag
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U is a game that brought me full circle. I played titles this year that made me think, laugh and even get choked up, but I never had a purer sense of enjoyment as I did when three friends and I spent hours beating each other up a...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-28
And let's spare a thought for Sakurai, because organising this party must be a logistical nightmare by now. What began as a fun little leisure time experiment is now a phenomenally successful series, and expectations are raised accordingly. We all want mo...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-28
Mario and his Nintendo compatriots are joined by notable characters from elsewhere in the gaming universe, such as Sonic and Mega Man.While this latest version nails that core conceit better than any before, it also raises the bar for injecting nostalgia ...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-27
Frantic fighting action, Generous bundle of game modes, Hilarious multiplayer, Mii and Amiibo features work wellCan't play as Amiibo characters, Eight-player games can be hard going
Exclusive to Nintendo Wii U There's an argument - and we know it might sound crazy - that you're better off buying a Wii U this Christmas than a PS4 or Xbox One . It's cheaper, it's definitely cheerful, and between Mario Kart 8 , Bayonetta 2 , Super Mario...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-27
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U is the culmination of all the previous Super Smash Bros. titles and one that improves upon its traditional formula on top of that. Hours upon hours of entertainment coupled with the most interesting of brawlers done so well cre...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-24
Tons of singleplayer modes that allow you to play and challenge yourself in new ways, Brilliantlytuned mechanics create one of the best fighting game experiences in years, Eightplayer matches are the right kind of chaotic, Great Amiibo integrationSpotty online performance
In some respects, Smash for Wii U is the same game released on the 3DS two months ago: it has the same characters, same premise, and same reverence for gaming history. The fundamental difference is in the depth of the experience. The Wii U Smash has tight...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-24
The first time I picked up a controller and turned on the Wii U version of Smash Bros, I felt relief. I was about to play the game the way it was meant to be played: on a TV, with Gamecube controllers, and with as many friends as I could find.That react...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-22
There's no denying that a Super Smash Bros. game is always a good time, and the recently released SSB for 3DS proved that even a handheld version of the game can be pretty spectacular. So now with Nintendo having finally released the long-awaited Super Sm...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-21
Larger scale fights evolve Smash's 15-year-old 4-player style, A plethora of different but equally excellent modes compared to Smash 3DS, Absolutely gorgeous presentation in a broad selection of new stagesTransferred data and characters from Nintendo 3DS are weirdly restricted, Not all stages are available for more than 4-players
Super Smash Bros for Nintendo 3DS was a very big surprise in a very small package, in that it didn't feel like an opening act for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U . More than that, Smash 3DS turned out to be one of the best portable fighting games ever made, d...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-21
I really enjoyed the new Super Smash Bros on the 3DS. Besides the novelty of finally having a portable Smash Bros, it's just a very smartly put-together game, packing a ton of content into a small package. It runs smoothly, the circle-pad controls are eas...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-20
Super Smash Bros. is normally a franchise that needs no introduction, but Super Smash Bros. Wii U is certainly not normal. For one, Super Smash Bros. Wii U wasn't developed by Nintendo. Instead, development was handed off to Bandai Namco working in tandem...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-19
When Nintendo announced the two separate release dates for the 3DS and Wii U versions of Super Smash Bros., gamers reacted in a slightly negative tone. When the company announced that the Nintendo 3DS edition would release several months ahead of the Wii ...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-19
Looks gorgeous. Lots of characters, stages, and modes. Fast, satisfying action with just enough depth.Bottom Line, The fourth home-console version of Super Smash Bros. adds more characters and modes to the Nintendo brawling experience. It's an excellent game, even with some unbalanced and unpolished elements
Nintendo seems to be the last bastion of fun, local multiplayer video games. There are a few hidden gems on other systems, but if you want to gather around your HDTV with friends, the Nintendo Wii U$351.79 at Amazon is the way to go. That was the cas...
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