With it’s recent release on the Nintendo 3DS, Super Smash Bros. has garnered a lot of love and praise for being an insanely fun title to play on your own or against online opponents. According to Nintendo, the game has earned $2.8 million in sales world wide, so far. The title has been out in Japan for about a month and hit North America last week. We can only expect this number to increase.

Nintendo has also announced that Super Smash Bros. for the Wii U will be hitting retain shelves on November 21, 2014 in North America and on December 5 in Europe. To accompany this release Nintendo also plans on releasing a line of Amiibo figurines along side the North America release on November 21 with the Amiibos releasing before the game in Europe.

The Amiibo figurines will be available for $13 each, with the game at $60.

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