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Super Smash Bros. Gets Mii Fighters and Amiibo Toy Project Support
Super Smash Bros.; Nintendo’s highly anticipated brawler just got better with Mii Fighter, Nintendo has announced at its Digital Event. Mii Fighter will allow players to take up any Mii and customize its in a ton of ways to join the roster of Super Smash Bros.
The customization is not only confined to the characters’ appearance, but also extends to assigning a particular moveset to your unique Mii. Mii Fighter will feature three distinctive classes: Brawler, Swordfighter, and Gunner.
Brawlers have expertise in hand-to-hand combat with nothing, but their powerful fists at their disposal. Swordfighters will have swords at their disposal and expertise in close range combat. And finally, Gunners will be the guns-specialists having insanely long range.
Spread across different categories, each Mii Fighter will have 36 different moves at its disposal. In addition to this, the company has also announced Amiibo which is a feature revolving around figures of your favorite characters from Mario Universe.
Touching these characters of your Wii U handheld console will automatically transform to the game where you will be able to play them. As of now, Amiibo is only coming to Super Smash Bros., but will also become available for other games like Mario Kart 8.
Nintendo 3DS will welcome Super Smash Bros. on Oct. 3 while the Wii U version will follow in fall, later this year!