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    Super Smash Bros. for Wii U release dates confirmed, specific bundles and new trailer

    Nintendo of America has now confirmed that Super Smash Bros. for Wii U will arrive in North America on 21st November. In addition the GameCube Controller Adapter will be sold separately with a recommended price of $19.99, the Smash Bros. wired GameCube pad will be $29.99, while a bundle of a game / controller / adapter will cost $99.99 -- all of these options will arrive on 21st November.

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    For quite a while now we've been tentatively referring to Super Smash Bros. for Wii U as a Winter / Holiday release, but Nintendo of Europe has now been the first to officially break the silence and give us a release date for the upcoming brawler in the region -- 5th December.

    Nintendo of Europe has also confirmed the specific bundles that will be available for the title in the region. Along with a standalone disc or eShop option, the following options will be in stores:

    Super Smash Bros. for Wii U + Mario amiibo -- The game plus a Mario amiibo figure to get you started.



    Super Smash Bros. for Wii U + GameCube Controller Adaptor for Wii U -- This one includes the GameCube Controller Adaptor that'll support wired and Wavebird controllers.



    The GameCube Controller Adaptor and the wired Super Smash Bros.-designed wired pad -- pictured below -- will also be available separately.

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    Great news. This will be a great reason to pick up a Wii U.

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    No console bundle? Also, people like using Gamecube controller for Smash? That was one of the reasons i hated Smash 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HellsJester View Post
    No console bundle? Also, people like using Gamecube controller for Smash? That was one of the reasons i hated Smash 2.
    Which one did you like? The Gamecube controller makes it easier to use...

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    Quote Originally Posted by HellsJester View Post
    No console bundle? Also, people like using Gamecube controller for Smash? That was one of the reasons i hated Smash 2.
    Great button layout, for the most part. It doesn't feel awkward to use like the N64 controller. I can't comment on the Wiimote.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metal King Slime View Post
    Great button layout, for the most part. It doesn't feel awkward to use like the N64 controller. I can't comment on the Wiimote.
    I liked the N64 controller more than the Gamecube one. I havent had the chance to try the Wii U pro controller. Is that one any good for games like Smash?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HellsJester View Post
    I liked the N64 controller more than the Gamecube one. I havent had the chance to try the Wii U pro controller. Is that one any good for games like Smash?
    I don't own a Wii U just yet so I can't say.
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    The Pro controller feels like you're on a Xbox controller. I don't like where the sticks are located, they're kind of far reached. I played the Brawl using the Gamecube controller and Wii-mote and with the Wii-mote just felt like you were missing some things and it felt slow for me. Using the Gamecube controller was really comfortable since I was already used to playing Melee so every thing was the same. As for the Gamepad of the Wii-U, its actually comfortable to use. I also find it easier playing the games by looking at the Gamepad not at the TV. I'd imagine with Smash you'd have to remind yourself you're using a Dualshock since basically you'll be using shield or possibly the Z attack.

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