But which characters are overpowererd?
Nintendo revealed just a bit more information about their E3 plans today, informing fervent fans how they can watch the scheduled 'Super Smash Bros.' invitational tournament. It's streaming live on both the E3 and Nintendo Twitch channels at 4 p.m. on the day of the developer's streamed press conference, Tuesday June 10.
Attendees to the conference can grab live-attendance wristbands on a first-come, first-served basis earlier that day. Check the source below for more details on that.
Though Nintendo, once again, plans to forgo the live presentation ordeal so popular in past E3 conferences, the company behind the struggling Wi U and thriving 3DS is planning a multifaceted approach. In addition to the livestream press conference and 'Super Smash Bros.' tournament, which should be the first time we get prolonged, uncut gameplay footage of the upcoming Wii U/3DS title, some Nintendo titles, including 'Super Smash Bros.,' will be available to play at Best Buy stores around the nation. More details on that are soon to be released.
This year's E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, is happening in Los Angelos from June 10 to 12.
The latest entry in the 'Super Smash Bros.' series is set to release on the 3DS sometime this summer and on the Wii U sometime in the winter.
You can find the latest info on 'Super Smash Bros.' linked from our Video Game Release Schedule.