Smash for 3DS/Wii U DLC is Released

DLC February

The final DLC pack for Smash for Wii U/3DS has been released. Go check it out!

Check the Smash Bros. website for the pricing in your region. Here’s the US information, lazily copied from the Smash Bros. website for your convenience.

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below! 2016-02-03 01-00-00 2016-02-03 01-00-37

(Note: Individual Mii Fighter Costumes cost 75 cents per version, or $1.15 for both 3DS and Wii U). 2016-02-03 01-03-41 2016-02-03 01-01-26

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  1. In short, Corrin and Bayonetta feel like they should be there. They both kick … erm “Pitoo.. off the stage”, one you learn their limits.

    As Expected Corrin is sightly weaker due their abilty to pin, while Bayonetta once she get’s in her stride, will very powerful … witch.

    Both Final Smashes do require some work to use, as Corrin needs to be close, while Bayonetta needs to do damage to Build her Witch time meter.

  2. While having trouble defeating Master Hand & Crazy Hand with Corrin (I’m better with Corrin), it was REALLY a piece of cake with Bayonetta. I guess she knows how to handle huge flying enemies. 😀
    Witch Time on Master Hand looked hilarious! xD

  3. I find it interesting that both Sega and Nintendo are credited as IP holders for Bayonetta. In contrast, only Square Enix is credited for Cloud and both Capcom and Capcom, USA are credited for Ryu. With this in mind, is it possible that both Sega and Nintendo have “joint-custody” of the character?

    1. Think of it as “dual-citizenship”, kind of like what Ted Cruz (Canada-America) had before canceling his Canadian citizenship and Steven Sotloff (Israel-America) before he was killed by I.S.I.S.

  4. Corrin or Bayonetta wasn’t a hard decision. I got Pushmo World, & I’m not regretting it. It’s a very cool puzzle platformer that is very innovative. Just because I love Fire Emblem doesn’t make it a major franchise. Intelligent Systems makes great software, but Sakurai can stick it where the sun don’t shine. I might get Bayonetta later.

  5. For those of you who have the 8-GB Wii-U’s will need to relocate/erase everything but Super Smash Bros. before installing the update. It takes nearly 3-GBs and there’s no other way to increase it to 4 without an external USB Hard Drive (Even if you have one, you have to download the update directly to your console and nowhere else).

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