Battle Arena Melbourne returns for its ninth year this May. The event, taking place over 12-14 May, boast the first-ever Australian Premier event on the Capcom Pro tour. Players like Daigo (Japan), Infiltration (South Korea) and Xian (Singapore) will square

Nintendo today confirmed a bunch of new amiibo heading to stores. First, the final set of Smash Bros. amiibo, seen above, head to shelves on 21 July. Nintendo also confirmed a new set of The Legend of Zelda amiibo, seen below. The Zelda amiibo are

Australia’s largest fighting games tournament, Battle Arena Melbourne, is back for its eight consequtive year this weekend. Taking place of 13-15 May at CQ Functions, 123 Queen Street in Melbourne, the event boasts a Capcom Pro Tour Ranking event, Smash

Super Smash Bros.’ Game Director, Masahiro Sakurai, has confirmed development on the game has now ended. Its latest bit of content, fighters Bayonetta and Corrin, is the game’s last. Sakurai took to Famitsu (via Source Gaming) to make the confirmation. “The last

Nintendo took to Twitter to confirm that Bayonetta and her stage, Umbra Clock Tower, will be available in Super Smash Bros. this week. New character Corrin will also be available at the same time, 3 February. Bayonetta and Corrin come to #SmashBros

An industry consultant today reports that Bandai Namco is hard at work on Super Smash Bros. for the upcoming Nintendo NX console. Dr. Serkan Toto of the Tokyo-based Kartan Games made the allegations over Twitter: Bandai Namco is currently developing several

In today’s Nintendo Direct, Bayonetta was named one of the top 5 most-requested characters to be added into Super Smash Bros. from “among the negotiable and realisable characters”. The keywords there? “Negotiable and realisable”. They’re leading many on social media to

Today’s Nintendo Direct confirmed that the likes of Cloud, Ryu, Corrin, Bayonetta and more will be turned into amiibo figures. Ryu, Famicom R.O.B. and Roy will be available in Australia from 19 March 2016. Bayonetta, Cloud and Corrin will be available

Nintendo finished off its last Direct of the year by confirming Bayonetta within Super Smash Bros. The character has a range of magic-based attacks and can summon demons. Nintendo claimed that Bayonetta was the number one choice of gamers in the

At today’s Super Smash Bros. Nintendo Direct, the new Midgar level was shown alongside a confirmation Final Fantasy VII‘s Cloud and the new stage will be available today. Midgar comes complete with Summon Materia. Those who trigger the Materia will summon Aeons like

Corrin from Fire Emblem: Fates will head to Super Smash Bros., Nintendo today announced. Corrin will be available in both male and female form and will wield the Omega Yato sword. The character will use a variety of Dragon attacks including the Dragon

Nintendo’s final Direct of the year centres around Super Smash Bros. And Cloud. You can check it out below: [twitch id=”NintendoUK” align=”center” mode=”normal” maxwidth=”800 If the video above is giving you trouble, you can also try via Nintendo’s site, here. The Direct kicks

Next weeks Nintendo Direct will be the final one to focus on Super Smash Bros Wii U and 3DS, with special attention to be given to the latest character announcement, Cloud Strife. Game director Masahiro Sakurai will host the event,

In addition to announcing that FFVII‘s Cloud Strife would be coming to Super Smash Bros., Nintendo also confirmed a Smash-specific Nintendo Direct for next month. We’ll of course keep you informed when a specific date is announced. Until then, just watch that Cloud

Nintendo today confirmed that Final Fantasy VII‘s Cloud Strife will soon be a combatant in Super Smash Bros. Nice, right? Seriously. Awesome. We’re not yet sure when to expect Cloud inside Super Smash Bros. Stay tuned for more as we know it.

New content is making its way to Super Smash Bros. on both Wii U and 3DS. The Wii U gets an exclusive Pirate Ship Stage, and both versions of the game are getting one based on Super Mario Maker. Additionally,