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As if the potential leak today wasn't enough, we have the latest scans out of Famitsu Magazine that feature Smash Bros. today. The scans themselves primarily focus on Meta Knight and Pacman and we're happy to have 3 of the 4 pages translated for your viewing. I don't inherently see a lot of new information here, but it's still a solid read and worth your time if you happen to be a big Smash fan...

Today we have what many are considering to be one of the most legit leaks for the new Smash Bros. games to date, though honestly they can't be legit until proven to be true. Right now there is evidence going both ways as to the validity of this leak and it's far too close to call definitively. I personally think they are 100% fake - but I am in the minority and seemingly for pretty good reasons. I'm not here to decide for you but for you to look at the given information and decide for yourself. All of the images associated with the leak are below in the gallery.

Among its large—and still growing—library of impressive titles, the Nintendo 3DS is also home to two rather different, but similarly spectacular Zelda titles: Ocarina of Time 3D and A Link Between Worlds. The former a remake released in the dim, early days of the handheld, the latter a sequel released just last fall after such hits as Pokémon X and Pokémon Y. While Zelda titles tend to do rather well critically, sales can be a tougher point, making the commercial...

While fans in the United Kingdom are flaunting their flashy new hoodies, their continental and down under counterparts now have their own unique piece of merchandise to show off - and this one is actually related to gaming! As if a Zelda 3DS were not enough to tell the rest of the handheld gaming community what your favorite series is, this carrying case sends the message across loudly and clearly. This beautiful piece of gaming apparel arrived this Thursday on...

The same Twitter user who predicted Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, as well as Devil's Third, recently tweeted that someone let him in on a crazy secret. According to Nico of Any Arts Studio, Nintendo will be releasing a remastered title to fill the gaps...

Okay, so, Meta Knight's reveal this morning makes this one a good bit less likely. Still, there might be a slight chance of it happening if Sakurai's aiming for a huge push in hype, and I already had this debate all written up, so...what the heck, we'll go with it anyway.

Hyrule Warriors launches tomorrow (actually, given the time difference, it's already available in Japan), and for weeks now many people have speculated that Sakurai will celebrate the launch by announcing Ganondorf's return...

While we had a tease for this earlier, today we have official confirmation that Meta Knight is now part of the Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS roster. This was announced through the Official Smash Bros. Website, though that didn't stop Sakurai from chiming in on Miiverse. That's actually one of my favorite parts of Miiverse - that it gives us this direct connection to the developers behind the games...

In case you weren't sure which characters will be appearing in Super Smash Bros for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U (and with 37 unique characters, who could blame you?), Nintendo has seen fit to remind you with an eShop sale for the game's stars, new and old. In addition to the announcement of that amazing 3DS XL bundle, Nintendo of Europe announced today that a special sale will begin tomorrow on the Nintendo eShop in honor of new characters appearing in this entry, followed immediately...

With the Japanese release a mere month away, Nintendo is continuing to drive excitement for one of its biggest releases of the year: Super Smash Bros. For Nintendo 3DS. While yet another tournament is set to occur during this week's Gamescom festivities, this is not the only recent news surrounding the character laden brawler. Today has proved to be quite the day for the franchise with the announcement of a returning character who was teased earlier this week and, more surprisingly...

The Super Smash Bros. portion of this month's edition of the Japanese publication, CoroCoro, has finally begun to leak. Containing scans and information pertaining to both the 3DS and the Wii U versions of the game, this edition still is lacking a translated edition—although our translation team will begin working on the process shortly, as is NintendoEverything, we imagine. Although we have no translations, one particular scan appears to speak quite clearly regarding a certain feature of Super Smash Bros. For Wii U...