E3 2015: Smash Bros 3DS gets Street Fighter's Ryu, Fire Emblem's Roy, and more in huge update
Akira! Dream Land! Megaman.EXE! Lucas! Splatoon!
Super Smash Bros players on Nintendo 3DS can now buy heaps of new stuff from the eShop, including three new fighters, fresh stages, and Mii Fighter costumes based on famous fighting games.
The biggest new addition is Street Fighter's iconic Ryu. He comes to Smash with all his moves - including his helicopter kick, fireball, and dragon punch. Plus, heavy and light versions of each attack depending on how you press the button.
You can also use classic SF inputs for his special attacks, and you'll gain a teeny bit more power when using the advanced controls. He also has two Final Smashes, depending on whether or not you're next to an opponent.
He costs £5.39 / $5.99 on 3DS, or £6.29 / $6.99 to also get him on Wii U. He comes with the new stage, Suzaku Castle.
They're both £3.59 / $3.99 a pop for the 3DS version, or £4.49 / $4.99 if you want the character on both handheld and Wii U.
There are a bunch of new Mii Fighter costumes from various games. You can dress your little guys up as Jacky or Akira from Virtua Fighter, Heihachi from Tekken, the Squidlings and Inkling from Splatoon, Megaman.EXE or Zero, or Isabelle from Animal Crossing.
They're 69p / 75c a pop on 3DS, or £1.09 / $1.15 if you want them on Wii U too. Or you can get them all for £5.52 / $6 on 3DS and £8.72 / $9.20 on both consoles.
Finally, the Dream Land stage from the Nintendo 64 version of Smash Bros is available. It's £1.79 / $1.99 on 3DS, or £2.69 / $2.99 on 3DS and Wii U.
If you want absolutely everything, you can get the entire set - Ryu, Roy, Lucas, Suzaku Castle and Dream Land, and all the Mii clothes - for £19.88 / $21.96 on 3DS and £26.68 / $29.16 on both devices.
And finally, brand new amiibo are coming, too. Here's what they look like:Falco Mr Game and Watch (Comes with multiple poses) Duck Hunt Mii Fighter (Brawler and Swordfighter also available) ROB (Will have Famicom design in Japan)
With these new toys coming out in September, it means that every fighter in the original roster will now have an amiibo. Plus, Nintendo says Lucas, Ryu, Mewtwo, and Roy will also get figures at some point.