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Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, known as Dairantō Smash Brothers for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U (大乱闘スマッシュブラザーズ for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U "Great Melee Smash Brothers for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U") in Japan, are two video games announced for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS during E3 2013. They both act as the fourth entry in the Super Smash Bros. series of fighting games, which features several Nintendo characters.

Development

The game was first announced at E3 2011, but no further information was released due to Masahiro Sakurai working on finishing Kid Icarus: Uprising. At the start of 2012, the game was officially in production, but new information was not released until the following year. On June 11, 2013, two trailers were shown during a Nintendo Direct: one announcing the game and the Villager from Animal Crossing as a newcomer, and another announcing that Mega Man would also be a playable character. One more trailer was released before the end of E3 2013 showing that Wii Fit Trainer would be playable for the first time. Afterwards, the game's official site started revealing at least one playable character per month.

Mega Man

File:Mega Man SSB4.png

The original Mega Man appears as a playable character. Other Mega Man related appearances in the game include Rush (who uses Rush Coil), as well as Mega Man wielding several Special Weapons. The Wily Castle from Mega Man 2 appears as a stage, and the Yellow Devil appears on it as a stage hazard. Elec Man appears as an Assist Trophy character, and the Met as an enemy in Smash Run.

Mega Man's moves

Mega Man's confirmed moves:

Mega Man running shot

Mega Man running while shooting

SSB4 - Mega Man Final Smash

Mega Man's Final Smash.

Additionally, Mega Man's Final Smash has him shooting a Black Hole Bomb which sucks opponents in. Inside the resulting vortex, MegaMan.EXE, Mega Man X, Mega Man Volnutt, and the Star Force Mega Man appears alongside Mega Man before charging their busters to fire off a powerful Shining Laser-like beam from each simultaneously, doing major damage to the opponents who were sucked into the initial vortex. This Final Smash is similar to the Pokémon Trainer's Triple Finish Final Smash in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.


Mega Man's alternate costumes

So far, Mega Man has four different color schemes.

  • Default dark blue and blue.
  • Red and white. (Rush Coil)
  • Green and white. (Hyper Bomb/Leaf Shield/Search Snake/Gyro Attack/Centaur Flash)
  • Dark yellow and yellow. (Metal Blade)

Playable characters

Mega Man SSB4 (1)

Artwork by Ryuji Higurashi with Mega Man and nine characters from the game.

Confirmed characters so far:

CharacterSeries
VillagerAnimal Crossing
Donkey KongDonkey Kong
Diddy KongDonkey Kong
MarthFire Emblem
IkeFire Emblem
PitKid Icarus
PalutenaKid Icarus
KirbyKirby
King DededeKirby
LinkThe Legend of Zelda
Toon LinkThe Legend of Zelda
ZeldaThe Legend of Zelda
SheikThe Legend of Zelda
MarioMario
LuigiMario
Princess PeachMario
BowserMario
Rosalina & LumaMario
Mega ManMega Man
Samus AranMetroid
Zero Suit SamusMetroid
Pac-ManPac-Man
Pikmin & OlimarPikmin
PikachuPokémon
LucarioPokémon
CharizardPokémon
GreninjaPokémon
Little MacPunch-Out!!
Sonic the HedgehogSonic the Hedgehog
Fox McCloudStar Fox
Mii FighterSuper Smash Bros.
Wii Fit TrainerWii Fit
YoshiYoshi

Assist Trophies

SSBElecMan

Elec Man as an Assist Trophy.

Assist Trophies are items that, when picked up, will break and summon the character that was in the Trophy.

Elec Man has been announced as an Assist Trophy.

Gallery

Video

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Mega Man Joins the Battle!
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Super Smash Bros. for 3DS Wii U Mega Man Joins the Battle!

Trivia

  • The silhouettes of the Robot Masters in the trailer introducing Mega Man are from their original official artwork.
  • Some text differs between the Japanese and English versions of the trailer to reflect localization differences, such as Clash Man/Clash Bomb becoming Crash Man/Crash Bomber, and Guts Man's serial number DRN 004 becoming DLN 004.
  • It has been noted that when Mega Man uses attacks that require both arms, he vents them afterwards. This is a nod to Super Adventure Rockman where he uses both Mega Busters to finish off Ra Moon while being warned by Dr. Wily that he could overheat himself while doing so.
  • Before Super Smash Bros. Mega Man appeared on the German Club Nintendo comics Super Mario: Die Bescherung and Super Mario: Die Verwandlung.[1]
  • Following the Archie Comics' storyline Worlds Collide, this game will mark the first encounter of Mega Man and Sonic the Hedgehog in a video game.
    • In addition, this marks the first time that Mega Man encounters Donkey Kong, Link, Zelda and Pit in a video game since they appeared in Captain N: The Game Master.
  • This is the second time that Mega Man and Pac-Man appears in a fighting game together, the first being the PS3 version of Street Fighter X Tekken, although Mega Man's appearance was based on Bad Box Art Mega Man.
    • Incidentally, this will feature the first encounter between Mega Man and Samus Aran who have both appeared in Captain N, though the former appeared only in the cartoon, while the later was only in the comic.
  • The above artwork done by Ryuji Higurashi was done in the same style that was used from the original Mega Man series Japanese box arts, with eight characters representing stage bosses and Bowser the main villain.

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