Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Release Date Confirmed

Written by Chad

October 7, 2014

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After the long wait and the recently released 3DS version of the game, Super Smash Bros. finally has a release date for the Wii U.

With some leaked information from other major game retailers hinting for a November release, Nintendo has finally broke its silence and announced that Super Smash Bros. will be available in North America on November 21 and December 5 on UK along with the Amiibo figurines releasing at the same day for their respective regions.

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Nintendo also confirmed that they will be selling a Gamecube gamepad adapter for $19.99 and the Super Smash Bros. themed gamepad for $29.99, there’s also the $99 bundle pack that includes the game, Smash-themed controller and GCN Adapter. There is also revealed an Amiibo bundle pack which include the game and a Amiibo figure, no pricing has been announced for the said bundle.


The Amiibo will have its first wave of figures on the release day, it’ll include Mario, Peach, Yoshi, Donkey Kong, Link, Fox (Star Fox), Samus (Metroid), Wii Fit Trainer, Villager (Animal Crossing), Pikachu, Kirby and Marth (Fire Emblem)

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