How To Unlock Every Fighter In The New ‘Super Smash Bros.’ Games


Super Smash Bros Wii U 3DS Unlockable Character Guide

There are an ample number of fighters featured within the Super Smash Bros. franchise. Whether it’s guest characters like Pac-Man or retro contenders like Mr. Game & Watch, Nintendo has its bases pretty well covered in terms of representation for its various properties and relevant partners. Of course, all of these fighters aren’t available form the get-go in each title, which means that players are going to jump right into the latest games with hopes to earn the remaining playable combatants by completing several different

We know first-hand just how frustrating it can be to unlock the remaining fighters in the record-breaking Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, especially when you don’t have a clue how to go about doing it. That’s why we here at Game Rant have put together this handy guide that’ll have fans pummeling foes with all members of the hidden cast in no time flat. Without any further ado, let’s take a look at how to unlock every fighter in both versions of the latest Super Smash Bros. titles.


Super Smash Bros Wii U 3DS Unlock Ness

Ness

Wii U: Unlocked From Beginning

3DS: Complete Classic Mode on Any Difficulty or Play 10 Smash Matches


Super Smash Bros Wii U 3DS Unlock Jigglypuff

Jigglypuff

Wii U: Unlocked From Beginning

3DS: Collect 30 Different Pieces of Equipment or Play 120 Smash Matches


Super Smash Bros Wii U 3DS Unlock Ganondorf

Ganondorf

Wii U: Unlocked From Beginning

3DS: Complete Classic Mode as Link or Zelda at 5.0 Intensity or Higher or Play 80 Smash Matches


Super Smash Bros Wii U 3DS Unlock Bowser Jr

Bowser Jr.

Wii U: Unlocked From Beginning

3DS: Complete Classic Mode as Bowser at 6.0 Intensity or Higher or Play 100 Smash Matches


Super Smash Bros Wii U 3DS Unlock Falco

Falco

Wii U: Complete Classic Mode on Any Difficulty or Play 10 Smash Matches

3DS: Complete Classic Mode on Any Difficulty Without Using Any Continues or Play 20 Smash Matches


Super Smash Bros Wii U 3DS Unlock Wario

Wario

Wii U: Complete 100 Man Smash or Play 20 Smash Matches

3DS: Complete 100 Man Smash or Play 30 Smash Matches


Super Smash Bros Wii U 3DS Unlock Lucina

Lucina

Wii U: Complete Classic Mode at 5.5 Intensity or Higher or Play 30 Smash Matches

3DS: Complete Classic Mode as Marth Without Using a Continue or Play 40 Smash Matches


Super Smash Bros Wii U 3DS Unlock Dark Pit

Dark Pit

Wii U: Complete All-Star Mode on Normal Difficulty or Play 40 Smash Matches

3DS: Complete Classic Mode With at Least Three Characters or Play 50 Smash Matches


Super Smash Bros Wii U 3DS Unlock Dr Mario

Dr. Mario

Wii U: Complete a Single Master Order Challenge on Hard Difficulty or Play 50 Smash Matches

3DS: Complete Classic Mode as Mario at 4.0 Intensity or Higher or Play 60 Smash Matches


Super Smash Bros Wii U 3DS Unlock ROB

R.O.B.

Wii U: Defeat Crazy Hand After Completing 10 or More Crazy Order Challenges or Play 60 Smash Battles

3DS: Collect at Least 200 Trophies and Then Complete a Single Smash Match or Play 70 Smash Matches


Super Smash Bros Wii U 3DS Unlock Mr Game and Watch

Mr. Game & Watch

Wii U: Complete Classic Mode With 5 Fighters On Solo or Play 80 Smash Matches

3DS: Complete Classic Mode With 10 Fighters or Play 90 Smash Matches


Super Smash Bros Wii U 3DS Unlock Duck Hunt

Duck Hunt

Wii U: Defeat 1 Fighter in Cruel Smash or Play 100 Smash Matches

3DS: Complete Classic Mode With 8 Fighters or Play 110 Smash Matches


Super Smash Bros. is currently available on both the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. Read our review for more.

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