| Game: Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
|| Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
|| Wii U , Nintendo 3DS
| Release Date
|| Nintendo 3DS: |
September 13, 2014 (Japan)
October 2, 2014 (Germany)
October 3, 2014 (North America and Europe)
October 4, 2014 (Australia)
2015 (South Korea)
November 21, 2014 (North America)
November 28, 2014 (Europe)
November 29, 2014 (Australia)
December 6, 2014 (Japan)
|| Sora Ltd. Namco Bandai
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (大乱闘スマッシュブラザーズ For Nintendo 3DS / 大乱闘スマッシュブラザーズ For Wii U Dairantou Smash Brothers For Nintendo 3DS / Dairantou Smash Brothers For Wii U) are games in the Super Smash Bros. series.
Representatives of Star Fox in the Game
- Fox and Falco are both playable characters in the game, their designs now based off of their appearance from Command.
- Andross is featured as an Assist Trophy.
- The Smart Bomb is an item in both versions.
- The Corneria stage returns from Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Brawl, exclusive to the 3DS version.
- Orbital Gate Assault, based on Beltino Orbital Gate, is a stage exclusive to the Wii U version. Lylat Cruise also returns from Brawl, but is exclusive to the Wii U version as well.
- A remix of Star Wolf's theme is present in both versions.
- Theme from Area 6/Missile Slipstream, a remix that combines the Area 6 theme from Star Fox 64 with the Missile Slipstream music from Star Fox Command, is featured in both versions.
- Corneria's theme from Melee returns for both versions.
- The music that plays on the Venom stage in Melee returns for the Wii U version.
- The main theme from the original Star Fox appears in the Wii U version.
- The main theme from Star Fox 64 appears in the Wii U version.
- The Area 6 and Area 6 Ver. 2 themes from Brawl also return for the Wii U version.
- The Corneria theme from Brawl appears in the Wii U version.
- Space Armada is also a music piece exclusive to the Wii U version.
- The Star Wolf theme from Brawl returns in the Wii U version only.
- Wolf, Slippy, Peppy, Krystal, Leon Powalski, Pigma Dengar, Andrew Oikonny, Panther Caroso, the Smart Bomb, and Andross are trophies in both versions of the game.
- An Arwing, the Great Fox, a Wolfen, General Pepper, ROB 64, James McCloud, and Andross's true form are trophies exclusive to the 3DS version.
- Falco's Landmaster, Fox's Landmaster, the Arwing design from Star Fox Assault, the Great Fox design from Assault, Orbital Gate, Tricky, Fox's Assault model, Falco's Assault model, the Wolfen design from Assault, Aparoid's Fortuna appearance in Assault, and the Aparoid Queen are trophies exclusive to the Wii U version.
In both versions, the player is able to customize their fighters, adding various equipment such as badges and the like as well as changing their special moves (the custom parts must be collected through gameplay, as they are not available at the start, and most appear at random, with few exceptions that are awarded for completing certain challenges), and this includes Fox and Falco. Below are their custom special moves.
|| Custom neutral specials
|| Custom side specials
|| Custom up specials
|| Custom down specials
||Impact Blaster: Fox fires slower blaster shots that deal more damage and knock opponents back.
||Charge Blaster: Charge to fire a single, powerful laser. It's slow but deals a lot of damage.
||Fox Burst: Fox cannot hit opponents with the dash itself, but will generate a large explosion wherever he stops.
||Wolf Flash: Dash into the air at an angle. When it hits, it sends opponents crashing downward.
||Flying Fox: Move can be used faster but deals no damage.
||Twisting Fox: Spin to pull opponents in, then rise into the air, hitting multiple times on the way.
||Big Reflector: A larger reflective shield that doesn't power up reflected projectiles.
||Amplifying Reflector: Has a longer startup time, but doubles the power and speed of reflected projectiles.
||Explosive Blaster: Blaster shots are slower and larger, but explode on impact.
||Burst Blaster: Works like Fox's Blaster.
||Falco Phase: Very little start up time. Increased distance and grants invincibility frames through the whole attack, but no longer causes damage.
||Falco Charge: Has high power, but the distance traveled is much lower.
||Fast Fire Bird: Slightly faster start up than the vanilla version, but slightly shorter reach and much less damage.
||Distant Fire Bird: Slower start up, But the vertical recovery distance is longer. Multiple damaging hitboxes added to the end of the fire trail.
||Accele-Reflector: The reflector is lime green in color and speeds up reflected projectiles, but only reflects as it travels forward.
||Reflector Void: The reflector is a purple-red color and does a decent amount of damage with sizable knockback. Slightly slower than the vanilla version.
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