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Nintendo Shares Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS Soundtrack Ahead of Release

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Nintendo's Super Smash Bros. fighting franchise will return on the company's latest gaming hardware this year (and possibly next) so in order to make the wait a little easier on fans, they've released a few musical tracks from the game.

Above, you can hear "Battle! (Trainer Battle) (​PokémonX and​Pokémon Y)" arranged purposefully for Super Smash Bros. while two more tracks await here. Nintendo has also shared videos for "Full Steam Ahead (Spirit Tracks)" and "Multi-Man Smash", an original track for the game.

In total, the Nintendo 3DS version has over 35 different artists from various development studios and a wide range of backgrounds working on a bunch of beloved games from the past 10-20 years.

We'll have more on Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and for Nintendo Wii U as we get closer to launch. The Nintendo 3DS version has a confirmed release date of October 3rd, though we don't know when we'll get to play the Wii U version at home.

Read our hands-on preview of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (and 3DS) from E3 2014.
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