Targeting a single player, repeated self-destructs can get you banned from new Super Smash Bros., Nintendo releasing GameCube controller

Posted by Jonathan 'Catalyst' Grey • June 10, 2014 at 2 p.m. PDT

Targeting a single player over and over again or doing repeated self-destructs can be cause for a temporary ban in the new Super Smash Bros.


Nintendo released a list today which outlines some of the things that can get your account flagged down if you do them during online sessions.

- Not actively playing
- Targeting a single player
- Repeated self-destructs
- Dropping matches
- Modding or other cheating
- Inappropriate messaging

Also, Nintendo officially revealed their plans for a Super Smash Bros. Wii U controller bundle, which features a GameCube controller and an adapter.


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- The bundle that comes with the Smash Bros. Wii U game, an adapter and a controller costs $99.99 USD.
- The adapter on its own will cost $19.99 USD.
- A GameCube controller will be available for $29.99.

Smash Bros. Wii U is scheduled for release this holiday season, and all of these peripherals will be available on launch day.

The 3DS release of Super Smash Bros. will happen on Oct. 3, 2014.

Source: Smashbros.com and Polygon.

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