New official footage of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U has been unveiled, giving fans an early look at the fighting game’s two final playable characters – Bayonetta and Corrin – as well as the new Umbra Clock Tower stage. The duo of fighters will arrive as downloadable content tomorrow, February 3, for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS versions of the game. You’ll be able to purchase Bayonetta for $5.99 on 3DS or Wii U – or as part of a bundle for $6.99. You can get Corrin for $4.99 on 3DS or Wii U, or as a bundle for $5.99.
How come Corrin costs cheaper than Bayonetta? Why not both be equal prices?
Not a big deal but just saying.
Because Bayonetta also comes with a stage.
Forgot about the stage.
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Is there a way I can pay the cost for their exact amount (both Wii U and 3ds) and not have to go with the block payment ($10,20,50) cause since the cost for both on each system is $13 ($12.98) I would have to buy the $20 block to get them
When you go to purchase each cgaracter, if you can purchase with a credit card there is an option to add the exact balance you need. But you can only do this by going to the doc, trying to purchase it, and being told you need to add balance. Can’t do it through the settings screen. This goes for Wii u and 3ds
Ridley is the dragon Smash deserves, but not the one it needs right now. So we’ll wait. Because Ridley can take it. Because he’s not our villain. He’s a silent monster, a powerful destroyer. A space dragon. (If you don’t get the reference, what Batman movies have you been watching? lol)
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