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Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Bandai Namco Games & Sora Ltd.
Release date: November 21st, 2014

Super Smash Bros has always been the must-have title since it was released back in 1999. From the Nintendo 64 all the way to todays generation – the Nintendo WiiU – Super Smash Bros has seen countless hours of casual and competitive play throughout the world. Does Super Smash Bros for WiiU deliver upon expectations and if so, does it exceed them?

It has been 15 years since we saw the release of the original Super Smash Bros on the Nintendo 64 and I still go back to play the classic roster of characters. The one thing I have to credit Nintendo on is the ability to remake old games but put a twist on them that makes them feel new and refreshing. They did exactly that with Super Smash Bros for WiiU as they brought the same, old fashioned game mechanics with a plethora of new game options to expand on the already perfect formula.

Read the full review here

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Destiny’s 1.0.3 Patch Now Live

by Skyler Edgar on November 17, 2014

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Bungie has released the 1.0.3 patch today which has some extensive content included. This is in preperation for the new expansion titled “The Dark Below” which will launch on December 9th, 2014. The patch itself is 2.4GB in size which should indicate the number of changes to the game.

According to Bungie’s website, the patch notes consist of a number fixes and features including team-chat in matchmaking (Finally!), bug fixes, balancing and the number of bounties a player can carry.

You can view the extensive list of patch notes by clicking here.

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That’s right! Stay tuned to Gamingbits.com for our review coverage on Super Smash Bros for WiiU. In case you have missed it, we have posted several gameplay videos on Youtube which showcases the plethora of game modes found exclusively in the WiiU version of Smash Bros.

The earliest we can post our review is on November 19th, 2014 at 9 A.M. Pacific time due to embargo dates.  We will be covering everything about the game including the Amiibo gameplay and 3DS/WiiU connectivity so stay tuned for that!

Super Smash Bros for WiiU launches on November 21st and will launch alongside Nintendo’s newest Pokemon games titled Pokemon Alpha Sapphire and Pokemon Omega Ruby which will be made exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS.

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Gamingbits.com has received our review copy of Super Smash Bros for WiiU! We are hosting an “Ask Me Anything” on the Super Smash Bros Reddit board which you can view here shall you have any questions or have any requests on what you would like to see! We will also be posting videos of the game on Youtube shall you want to see any of the action.

Don’t have a Reddit account? Feel free to post in the comments box below with your questions or requests on what you are curious about!

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Nintendo held a Nintendo Direct yesterday which went into detail regarding some of the newest releases coming to the WiiU and 3DS in the upcoming months. In it’s first trailer, Nintendo announced that The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D will be seeing the light of day in early 2015 for the Nintendo 3DS.¬†Nintendo announced this via a trailer (seen below) which shows off some of the revamped graphics which will be seen in the N64 Remake.

This title was one of the most requested titles to make its way to the handheld ever since The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D was released back in June 2011. Since the announcement, news has spread across social media outlets like wildfire, becoming trending on Facebook and Twitter.

The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D will be hit store shelves sometime in Spring 2015 and will be available exclusively on the Nintendo 3DS and 2DS. Personally, I am excited to revisit this title… It had a dark and mysterious atmosphere that kept me on-edge. I would personally recommend this title to those who have yet to experience Majora’s Mask.

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