All-Stars Mode Detailed In Super Smash Bros. For Wii U/3DS

By Michael On 2 Sep, 2014 At 05:37 PM | Categorized As 3DS, Wii U, Wii U News | With 0 Comment

Today on Miiverse, director of Smash Bros, Masahiro Sakurai, detailed the All-Stars Mode in Super Smash Bros. For Wii U/3DS. Firstly, All-Stars mode is playable from the moment you boot up the game. “This time, you can challenge every fighter in All-Star Mode from the moment you turn on the game!! “

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All Star Mode is a survival battle mode that appeared in Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Brawl, in which players are challenged to defeat all characters in the game with limited recovery items and no option to continue. It appears that this same mode will be unchanged, besides the fact that you can play the mode without unlocking all characters.

“This is a survival battle with limited recovery items and no option to continue.However, this mode will be incomplete until you’ve unlocked every fighter… Until then, you can only play against characters that are already available. This is a picture of the bottom-screen menu, with a padlock indicating that the mode is still incomplete.” Sakurai wrote on Miiverse.

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“In these battles, multiple opponents appear in one stage, and you clear the battle by defeating a number of them. The rest area that appears between battles displays the next opponents and the year the characters made their first appearances, and it also holds recovery items and an occasional reward. The characters you fight against appear pretty much in chronological order. Behold, the history of Nintendo games!!”

Super Smash Bros For 3DS is due for release on October 3. While Super Smash Bros. For Wii U still has a tentative holiday launch.

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