There isn’t really much of a story to Smash Bros U. Nintendo has essentially gathered its more popular characters from their various franchises to duke it out for supremacy. This entry marks the 4th console release of the series and in such has added a plethora of modes, extras and characters. Enough that will keep any Nintendo fan or fighting fan beyond happy.
This is the first time the series has entered the realm of High Definition and boy oh boy does it show. As opposed to its cell-shaded twin counter part on the 3DS, every monocle of detail looks vibrant and stands out strong, on your TV or the Wii U Gamepad it all looks wonderful. Menus are much the same exceptionally colourful and easy to navigate, whilst perusing these menus most people will notice something exceptional about them. A vivid soundtrack that invokes the very spirit of competition can be heard throughout game play, catered to your personal flavour and draws inspiration from all walks of life in the Nintendo world.