King Dedede Returns!

ImageKing Dedede has been confirmed today as the newest character from the upcoming Smash Bros.’ roster, being the 21st character to join. King Dedede makes a triumphant return after having appeared in Brawl, marking the second Kirby character to show up in the new roster. The question is, will Meta Knight return as well?

This time around, he seems to be much more expressive, as seen in the screenshots below:

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This seems a bit rapey…

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The explosive hammer is back!

So what do you think? Did you want Dedede to come back, or would you have preferred to have someone else on the roster? Comment below and tell us:

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New Kirby Game Announced For Nintendo 3DS

A brand new Kirby game was announced today at Nintendo Direct, but not much detail was given. It looks like a classic Kirby game with side scrolling action, but with a few effects which will surely play out with the 3D effect of the Nintendo handheld. The game was announced without a title, but Iwata promised more details soon.

Smash Bros. Weekly Recount:

Each weekday, Masahiro Sakurai, creator of the Smash Bros. series posts a screenshot from the latest installment for Wii U & 3DS. Every weekend, we here at The Gaming Fix will recollect all of the screenshots for your viewing pleasure.

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The first image is a screenshot from the 3DS version, showing how Olimar will look, and is presumably from the Battlefield stage.

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Tuesday’s image shows us all three of the confirmed female characters, with Peach having recently joined the roster.

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The third image is just a close up of Pyrosphere’s background, and that’s about it. It is currently unknown if the stage will transition through this particular hole or if it’s just a background texture.

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Our fourth image is just Peach sighing at Link’s sight… Is she flirting with him? That’s up to you.

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The fifth and final image shows the return of a technique that was previously introduced in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, called footstool, which involved jumping on an opponent’s head and stunning them momentarily.