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Super Smash Bros. series

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The next game is [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]], released for the [[Wii]] worldwide in 2008. This is the first game in the series to feature a story mode, and it also includes other new elements, such as [[Final Smash|Final Smashes]], {{sbw|Assist Trophies}} and {{sbw|stickers}}. Pikachu and Jigglypuff return, while Pichu and Mewtwo are cut from the roster. In their place, [[Pokémon Trainer (Super Smash Bros.)|Pokémon Trainer]] (who controls {{sbw|Squirtle (SSBB)|Squirtle}}, {{sbw|Ivysaur (SSBB)|Ivysaur}} and [[Charizard (Super Smash Bros.)|Charizard]]) and [[Lucario (Super Smash Bros.)|Lucario]] are added to the roster. {{p|Rayquaza}} appears in a boss fight during the game's story mode. Pokémon Stadium is the only stage from past games to make a return. In addition, [[Spear Pillar (stage)|Spear Pillar]] and [[Pokémon Stadium 2 (stage)|Pokémon Stadium 2]] are added as playable stages. Unlike past games, multiple pieces of music can be played in a stage, thus increasing the amount of Pokémon songs present in the game. A total of 11 songs from the core titles are available, as well as three returning from Melee. There are a total of 31 Poké Ball Pokémon and 75 Pokémon-themed trophies. There are 38 Pokémom-themed stickers, with an additional 30 non-Pokémon stickers have effects for Pokémon characters.
The most recent entry is [[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U]], was released for the [[Nintendo 3DS]] and [[Wii U]] respectively in 2014. The 3DS game is the first handheld Smash Bros. entry. The games featured the same playable roster, but vary greatly when it comes to stages, trophies, modes, music, etc. Pikachu, Jigglypuff, Charizard and Lucario return in the base game. [[Greninja (Super Smash Bros.)|Greninja]] was added to the game's base roster. While Pokémon Trainer was cut (along with Squirtle and Ivysaur), Mewtwo returned from Melee as paid DLC in 2015. On the 3DS, [[Prism Tower (stage)|Prism Tower]] and [[Unova Pokémon League (stage)|Unova Pokémon League]] were playable stages, each containing 2 songs from their respective games. The Wii U version saw the return of Pokémon Stadium 2 and the addition of [[Kalos Pokémon League (stage)|Kalos Pokémon League]], each containing a large number of songs from the Pokémon series. A total of 24 songs from the core titles are available. A total of 42 Pokémon can appear from Poké Balls. These entries added [[Master Ball|Master Balls]], which are only capable of containing [[Legendary Pokémon]], [[Mythical Pokémon]], {{p|Zoroark}} and {{p|Goldeen}}. The 3DS introduced an exclusive mode called {{sbw|Smash Run}}, which features five Pokémon as enemies. There are 55 Pokémon-themed trophies that appear in both versions, 23 that only appear in the 3DS version and 34 that only appear in the Wii U version.
[[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate]] was released for the [[Nintendo Switch]] worldwide on December 7, 2018. All previously playable characters have returned, which means that Pikachu, Jigglypuff, Mewtwo, Pichu, Pokémon Trainer (with {{sbw|Squirtle (SSBU)|Squirtle}}, {{sbw|Ivysaur (SSBU)|Ivysaur}} and Charizard), Lucario and Greninja are back. [[Incineroar (Super Smash Bros.)|Incineroar]] is a new playable fighter. Every Pokémon stage from past games except for Poké Floats appears in the game, with stages originally appearing in Melee, Brawl and Smash 3DS receiving major graphical upgrades. This is the first Super Smash Bros. game to not introduce a new Pokémon stage. A total of 55 Pokémon can be summoned from Poké Balls, with the new additions being primarily from Generations I and VII. Master Balls return, functioning exactly as they have since their introduction. A total of 156 {{sbw|List of spirits (Pokémon series)|spirits}} feature Pokémon characters in the base game, with an additional two being added in post-launch updates.