The game's title Card

Super Smash Bros. Epic Battle of History (Japanese: 大乱闘スマッシュブラザーズの歴史の壮大なバトル Dairantou Smash Brothers Eppiku Batoru of Hisutori) is a fighting game developed by Sora Ltd., Namco Bandai, Nintendo, THQ and Antilope Productions, and it is the sixth installment of the series.

Opening Themes

Like in any Smash Bros. games, this game has also an opening theme, but the theme varies in regions.


Transformers- The Score - Arrival To Earth

North American Opening Theme


Hans Zimmer-One Day

European & Japanese Opening Theme


A long time ago, a war broke out between the humans and the Subspace creatures. Tabuu, who led the Subspace Army, wanted to take over the Galaxy of Hope, but from nowhere, an unknown team of heroes with the mightiest weapons stroke back and fought against Tabuu´s army. 3000 years after the successful victory of this team, Tabuu and the Subspace are now history. But, an enemy, more worse than Tabuu, is about to erupt.


The gameplay is very similar to both Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, especially the Wii U version, but mostly because of controls and in terms of graphics. The pace of battles in the game as been confirmed to be close to that of Super Smash Bros. Melee's, being rather fast-paced, which leads to a more competitive play. Elements and features such as the Final Smashes and the Footstool Jumping returns in the game, and unlike the last installment, the tripping feature returns from Brawl. Other older features such as Wall Jumping (and wall cling) and the Tether Recovery return in this game. Unlike the last installment, which had a version for the Wii U, this one doesn't change its roster with another version of the game, which means that the roster is considerably larger.

The game shares the same basic controls as its predecessors, especially Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, as both are for the same console. The goal of the game is the same as the other installments, to attack and damage opponents to increase their damage percentage. The higher the percentage is, the faster players can be sent flyng from the stage. Players must knock others off the stage to perform a KO, which gives them a score which will determine the winner at the end. Basic moves can be done either on land or in mid-air using the A button, while using the B causes the character to perform Special Moves. Different variations of moves can be done if pressing these buttons while tilting the Control Stick, and depending to where it's tilted a different move will be performed.

An important move is the shield which every character can do to block most attacks. They can also dodge attacks by tilting the Control Stick down or at the sides while they are using the shield, it can also be performed in mid-air to dodge incoming attacks while the player is jumping or falling. However, If the shield is too small, the player is vulnerable to attacks and if the shield breaks, the player is momentarily stunned. The player can also do grabs while shielding. Once the player has grabbed an opponent he or she can either pummel the opponent with the attack button or throw the opponent with the Control Stick. Opponents can break free of grabs by moving the control stick and mashing buttons, but the higher the percentage, the longer it takes for opponents to be released.

In addition to the Grab move, players can now perform an Aerial Grab. This new move allows characters to grab their opponents in mid-air, in which they will fall in a flying suplex way, and the grabbing character can subsequently punch and damage its victim as they fall. Like the land grab, the grabbed character can break free if continuosly pressing buttons and tilting the control stick, if that happens before they land, both will fall normally, but if not the grabbing character will fall on its opponent and cause higher damage. The damage also depends on the size of the characters, in case a heavier character grabs a lighter one, they will much more damage than if it was viceversa.

Additionally, the move customization returns from Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, with some returning from said game as well as a few new move customizations which increases the movement variation in the game. Some characters just gain special effects in their abilities, while others obtain completely different abilities.

Online play is also considerably similar to both Brawl and 3DS / Wii U. When playing with friends, players can customize the rules to their liking. If not playing with friends, three modes are available, which are the returning For Fun and For Glory, and a new mode called For All, with the latter being a rather tournament-like mode, in which players team up with others in order to rank up to win the tournament against other teams. In all of these modes, losses and victories are recorded, and can be shared with other players. Also, the "Global Smash Power" rank returns, which is used to determine how strong the player is compared to others around the world.

The game has various controller methods, most of these being from the last installment, which are: the Wii U GamePad, the Wii U Pro Controller and the Nintendo GameCube Controller. In addition, both the Wii Remote sideways and the Wii Remote + Nunchuck Attachment can be used as well, all controllers in the same manner as the other games. Button configuration can be done as well in this game, in the same manner as Brawl.

Roster & Game Platforms

With 300 playable characters from movies, games & TV series, this roster contains now a shitload of characters. Bold ones are unlockable. The game will be released for Wii U, PlayStation 4 and XBox One. It is the first Smash Bros. Game to have the same required platform as its predecessor. It also contains TagTeam/Ice Climber-like characters. Characters marked with an asterisk* are tag-team characters. The launching date will be on Spring 2015 worldwide (North America: 27th March 2015, Europe & Japan: 10th April 2015, Australia: 17th April 2015, Korea: 5th June 2015).

This gallery contains all playable characters.


Alternate Costumes

Mario: Fire Mario

Luigi: Mr. L

Peach: Shadow Peach, Fire Peach

Rosalina & Luma: Cosmic Spirit

Bowser: Dry Bowser, Dark Bowser

Bowser Jr.: all Koopalings

Donkey Kong: Boxing Gloves

Cranky Kong: Karate Outfit

King K. Rool: Captain K. Rool, Baron K. Roolenstein

Wario: Biker Outfit

Link: Hyrule Warriors Link

Zelda: Hyrule Warriors Zelda

Sheik: Hyrule Warriors Sheik

Ganondorf: Hyrule Warriors Ganondorf

Toon Link: Engineer Link, Outset Link

Ravio: Unmasked Ravio

Ridley: Meta-Ridley

Fox: Assault Fox

Falco: Assault Falco

Krystal: Adventures Krystal

Pikachu: Cosplay Pikachu

Pokémon Trainer Serena: Pokémon Trainer Calem

Squirtle: Shinobi Squirtle

Mewtwo: Armored Mewtwo

Olimar: Alph

Ness: Ninten, Pajamas

Lucas: Masked Man Claus

Robin: Female Robin

Villager: Female Villager

Tom Nook: Shopkeeper Tom Nook

Wii Fit Trainer: Male Wii Fit Trainer

Shulk: Shorts Shulk

Isaac: Matthew

Little Mac: Hooded Little Mac, Wireframe Mac

R.O.B.: Virtual Boy R.O.B.

Sonic: Rider Sonic, Zero Gravity Sonic

Bomberman: Pretty Bomber

Pac-Man: Mrs. Pac-Man

Luiz: Fruitcap, Tribal

Katniss Everdeen: 75th Hunger Games Outfit

Harry Potter: Quidditch Uniform

Mickey Mouse: Classic Mickey

Assist Trophies

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Bold ones are unlockable. Stages marked with an § are supporting 8-player Smashes. Marked with an x are appearing in both versions.

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Familiar Stages

Battlefield §x

Big Battlefield §

Final Destinationx

Mushroom Kingdom U (New Super Mario Bros. U) (§ only in Final Destination Mode)

Mushroomy Kingdom (Super Mario Bros.)

Mario Circuit (Mario Kart 8)

Paper Mario (Paper Mario)

Delfino Plaza (Super Mario Sunshine)

Mario Galaxy (Super Mario Galaxy) §

Luigi´s Mansion (Luigi´s Mansion) (§ only in Final Destination Mode)

Jungle Japes (Donkey Kong Country)

Jungle Hijinxs (Donkey Kong) (§ only in Final Destination Mode)

Yoshi´s Island (Yoshi´s Island)

WarioWare Inc. (WarioWare)

Gamer (WarioWare) (§ only in Final Destination Mode)

Bridge of Eldin (The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess) §

Temple (The Legend of Zelda) §

Skyloft (The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword)

Gerudo Valley (The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time)

Spirit Train (The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks)

Brinstar (Metroid)

Pyrosphere (Metroid: Other M) (§ only in Final Destination Mode)

The Great Cave Offensive (Kirby Super Star) §

Dream Land (Kirby)

Halberd (Kirby Super Star) (§ only in Final Destination Mode)

Orbital Gate Assault (Star Fox: Assault)

Corneria (StarFox)

Palutena´s Temple (Kid Icarus: Uprising) §

Reset Bomb Forest (Kid Icarus Uprising)

Pokémon Stadium 2 (Pokémon Stadium 2)

Kalos Pokémon League (Pokémon X & Y) (§ only in Final Destination Mode)

Unova Pokémon League (Pokémon Black & White)

Prism Tower (Pokémon X & Y)

Onett (Earthbound) §

Magicant (Earthbound)

Coliseum (Fire Emblem)

Arena Ferox (Fire Emblem)

Smashville (Animal Crossing: City Folk)

Tortimer Island (Animal Crossing)

Distant Planet (Pikmin)

Garden of Hope (Pikmin 3) (§ only in Final Destination Mode)

Boxing Ring (Punch-Out!!)x

Gaur Plains (Xenoblade Chronicles) §x

Wuhu Island (Wii Sports Resort)

Pilotwings (Pilotwings)

WiiFit Studio (Wii Fit)

PictoChat 2 (PictoChat)

Flat Zone X (Game&Watch)

Flat Zone 2 (Game&Watch)

Wrecking Crew (Wrecking Crew) §

Duck Hunt Marshlands (Duck Hunt) §

Windy Hill Zone (Sonic Lost World) §

Green Hill Zone (Sonic the Hedgehog)

Wily Castle (Mega Man) (§ only in Final Destination Mode)x

Pac-Maze (Pac-Man)

Pac-Land (Pac-Man)

New Stages

Blu Bird Sanctuary (Rio)

Cristo Redentor (Rio)

Pit of Doom (Rio 2) (§ only in Final Destination Mode)x

Ice Continent (Ice Age) §x

Central Park Zoo (Madagascar)

Circus Zaragoza (Madagascar)

Fairy World (Fairly OddParents) §x

Daten City Church (Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt) §x

Hell´s Gate (Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt) §

Hellton Casino (Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt)

Shrek´s Swamp (Shrek) §x

Ponyville (My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic)x

Baker Street (Sherlock Holmes)

Gotham City (Batman) §

Metropolis (Superman)x

Spartan Pit (300)

Hoth Warzone (Star Wars)

Führerbunker (Downfall)

Kickassia (ThatGuywiththeGlasses)

AVGN´s Room (Angry Video Game Nerd)

Irate Gamer´s Room (Irate Gamer)

Epic Sax Stage (Epic Sax)

Bison´s Base (Street Fighter Cartoon)

The Plane (Street Fighter Cartoon)

Pitt Rivers Museum (Real-life, Oxford University)

Ocean Voyager (Georgia Aquarium, Atlanta, USA) §

Akeley Hall of African Mammals (American Museum of Natural History, New York, USA)

Burj Khalifa (Dubai, VAE)

Empire State Bulding (New York, USA)

Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival (China) §x

Milstein Hall of Ocean Life (American Museum of Natural History, New York, USA) §x

Sveriges Riksdag (Stockholm, Sweden)

Pyramids of Egypt (Cairo, Egypt)

The Cornucopia (The Hunger Games)x

Menu Music & Announcers

Bold ones are unlockable.


  • SSB4 Announcer Xander Mobus
  • Garterbelt (Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt) (voiced by Christopher R. Sabat)
  • Morgan Freeman (Various movies)
  • Will Smith (Various movies)
  • ERB Announcer Nice Peter (Epic Rap Battles of History)
  • GLaDOS (Portal) (voiced by Ellen McLain)
  • Mufasa (The Lion King) (voiced by James Earl Jones)
  • Tara Strong (Real-life Person)
  • Toph Bei Fong (Avatar: The Last Airbender) (voiced by Kate Higgins)
  • Fred Fredburger (The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy) (voiced by C. H. Greenblatt)
  • Alduin (The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim) (Daniel Riordan)
  • Caesar Flickerman (The Hunger Games) (voiced by Stanley Tucci)
  • Patchy the Pirate (Spongebob Squarepants) (voiced by Tom Kenny)
  • Reggie Fils-Aime (Nintendo)

Menu Music

Main Menu


Classic Mode

Story Mode: The Rise of Darkness (Enemies & Bosses in Smash Run page)

All-Star Mode

Stadium Mode

  • Boss Battles
  • Target Blast
  • Multi-Man Smash
  • Home-Run Contest
  • Smash the Car!
  • Board the Platforms!
  • Race to the Finish!
  • Climb to the Top!

Training Mode

Special Orders

  • Master Orders
  • Crazy Orders
  • Ticket Selection
  • Final Results


VS Mode

  • Normal Smash (up to 4 players)
  • Hyper Smash (up to 8 players)
  • Time
  • Stock
  • Stamina
  • Team Battle

Smash Run (for more infos, click this link:

Special Brawl




With Anyone

  • For Fun
  • For Glory
  • Spectator
  • Conquest

With Friends



  • Trophy Gallery
  • Trophy Shop


Stage Builder

Customizer Mode

  • Combot Tuning
  • Moveset Customization

Replay Channel



  • Group Records
  • Smash Records



My Music!

Announcer Changer






Erase Data


Classic/Arcade Mode cutscenes

  • Character Introductions
  • Character Endings


Sound Test

Voice Cast

  • Adam Howden: Shulk (English)
  • Akihiro Miwa: Arceus (Japanese)
  • Akiko Amoto: Midna
  • Akio Otsuka: Snake (Japanese), Samurai Goroh
  • Akira Sasanuma: Link
  • Alan Young: Scrooge McDuck
  • Alésia Glidewell: ZeroSuit Samus, Krystal (English), Knuckle Joe (English)
  • Amandla Sternberg: Bia
  • Andrea Libman: Pinkie Pie, Fluttershy
  • Angelina Jolie: Tigress
  • Anne Hathaway: Jewel
  • Anri Katsu: Ghirahim
  • Antonio Banderas: Puss in Boots
  • Antony Del Rio: Pit (English), Dark Pit (English)
  • Arisa Ogasawara: Panty (Japanese)
  • Ashleigh Ball: Rainbow Dash, Applejack
  • Atsushi Kisaichi: Meta Knight (Japanese)
  • Aya Hara: Isaac, Krystal (Japanese)
  • Aya Hirano: Haruhi (Japanese)
  • Aya Hisakawa: Palutena (Japanese)
  • Ayumi Fujimura: Kneesocks (Japanese)
  • Ben Stiller: Alex
  • Bill Fagerbakke: Patrick
  • Bill Rogers: Sceptile (English), Weavile
  • Billy Beach: Blaziken (English)
  • Billy Thompson: Greninja (English)
  • Brandy Kopp: Palutena (English)
  • Bret Iwan: Mickey Mouse
  • Brian Doyle-Mufrray: The Flying Dutchman
  • Bryan Cranston: Vitaly
  • Caety Sagoian: Bowser Jr.
  • Carolyn Lawrence: Sandy Cheeks
  • Charles Martinet: Mario, Dr. Mario, Luigi, Wario, Waluigi
  • Cherami Leigh: Kneesocks (English)
  • Chris Rock: Marty
  • Chris Miller: Kowalski
  • Chris Wedge: Scrat
  • Christoph Waltz: Mandrake
  • Christopher Ayres: Corset (English)
  • Christopher Knights: Private
  • Christopher R. Sabat: Garterbelt (English)
  • Clancy Brown: Mr. Krabs
  • Colleen Clinkenbeard: Scanty (English)
  • Craig Blair: Ivysaur (English)
  • Daisuke Namikawa: Lucario (Japanese)
  • Dan Castellaneta: Homer Simpson
  • Dan Falcone: Roy
  • Daniel Radcliffe: Harry Potter
  • Danny Jacobs: King Julien
  • Danny McBride: Wolf Boss
  • David Cross: Crane
  • David Hayter: Snake (English)
  • David Schwimmer: Melman
  • David Vincent: Male Robin (English)
  • Debi Derryberry: Jimmy Neutron
  • Dee Bradley Baker: Marlene (wild form)
  • Denis Leary: Diego
  • Dex Manley: Saki Amamiya, ROB 64 (English)
  • Dustin Hoffmann: Master Shifu
  • Eddie Murphy: Donkey
  • Eric Newsome: Meta Knight (English)
  • Erica Shroeder: Meloetta (English)
  • Eileen Stevens: Fennekin (English), Spewpa
  • Enily McIntosh: Ashley (English)
  • Fujiko Takimoto: Mask Link
  • Gary Oldman: Lord Shen
  • George Lopez: Rafael
  • Haley Joel Osment: Sora (English)
  • Haven Paschall: Pokémon Trainer Serena (English), Swirlix (English)
  • Hajime Wakai: Pikmin
  • H.D. Quinn: Cobalion (English)
  • Hikari Tachibana: Toon Zelda, Tetra
  • Hikaru Midorikawa: Marth
  • Hironori Miyata: Ganondorf, Tingle
  • Hisao Egawa: Falco (Japanese), Nightmare Wizard
  • Hitomi Nabatame: Chespin (Japanese)
  • Hitomori Hirose: Female Wii Fit Trainer (Japanese)
  • Hynden Walch: Viridi (English)
  • Ian Jones-Quartey: Wallow
  • Ian Loma: Tiki Tong
  • Idina Menzel: Elsa
  • Ikue Ohtani: Pikachu, Goldeen (Japanese)
  • Jack Black: Po
  • Jack McBrayer: Wander
  • Jackie Chan: Monkey
  • Jada Pinkett Smith: Gloria
  • James Carter Cathcart: Munchlax (English), Gulpin (Japanese)
  • James Hong: Mr. Ping
  • James Woods: Hades
  • Jamie Foxx: Nico
  • Jamie Marchi: Panty (English)
  • Jason Adkins: Ike (English)
  • Jason Griffith: Serperior (English)
  • Jason Ritter: Dipper Pines
  • Jay Ward: Wolf O'Donnell (English)
  • Jaz Adams: Peppy Hare (English)
  • Jean-Claude Van Damme: Master Croc
  • Jemaine Clement: Nigel
  • Jennifer Lawrence: Katniss Everdeen (English)
  • Jeremy Shada: Finn the Human
  • Jesse Eisenberg: Blu
  • Jessica Chastain: Gia
  • Jim Cummings: Winnie the Pooh
  • Jim Walker: Leon Powalski (Engish)
  • Joe Alaskey: Bugs Bunny
  • Josh Hutcherson: Nod
  • John C. Reilly: Wreck-It Ralph
  • John DiMaggio: Jake the Dog, Rico
  • John Leguizamo: Sid
  • Jun Mizusawa: Zelda, Sheik
  • Junichi Kanemaru: Sonic (Japanese)
  • Kahoru Sasajima: Dixie Kong, Tiny Kong
  • Kaneto Shiozawa: Gray Fox (Japanese)
  • Katsumi Suzuki: Diddy Kong
  • Katsuyuki Konishi: Snorlax (Japanese), Blaziken (Japanese), Rayquaza, Zapdos, Raikou
  • Kayzie Rogers: Bellossom (English), Pichu (English) and many other Pokémon
  • Kazumi Totaka: Yoshi
  • Keith David: Dr. Facilier
  • Kenji Nojima: Fox (Japanese), Deoxys
  • Kenji Nomura: Magnus (Japanese)
  • Kenta Miyake: Entei
  • Kerri Kane: Rosalina
  • Kirk Thornton: Shadow the Hedgehog (English)
  • Kiyotaka Furushima: Serperior (Japanese), Suicune
  • Koji Ishii: Garterbelt (Japanese)
  • Koji Yusa: Shadow the Hedgehog (Japanese)
  • Kosuke Toriumi: Little Mac
  • Koichi Yamadera: Mew, Genesect (Japanese), Cobalion (Japanese)
  • Kristen Schaal: Mabel Pines
  • Kristin Chenoweth: Gabi
  • Kyoko Tongu: Slippy Toad (Japanese)
  • Lani Minella: Boom Boom, Lucas, Larry, Morton, Wendy, Lemmy, Lyn (English)
  • Laura Bailey: Lucina (English)
  • Lauren Landa: Female Robin (English)
  • Lisa Ortiz: Fletchling (English), Oshawott (English)
  • Lucy Liu: Viper
  • Lyssa Browne: Slippy Toad (English)
  • Mahito Ouba: Wolf O'Donnell (Japanese)
  • Makiko Ōmoto: Kirby, Ness, Viridi (Japanese), Lyn (Japanese)
  • Marc Thompson: Kyurem
  • Mariya Ise: Stocking (Japanese)
  • Mark Lund: Falco (English)
  • Martin Short: Stefano
  • Masahiro Sakurai: King Dedede
  • Matt Sloan: Darth Vader
  • Matthew Mercer: Chrom (English)
  • Megumi Hayashibara: Eevee, Gardevoir (Japanese), Snivy (Japanese), Fennekin (Japanese)
  • Megumi Sato: Dedenne
  • Michael Haigney: Snorlax (English)
  • Michele Knotz: Squirtle (English), Torchic, Piplup, Manaphy, Gardevoir (English), Snivy (English)
  • Michihiko Hagi: Ike (Japanese)
  • Mika Kanai: Jigglypuff (Japanese), Emolga, Chikorita
  • Mike Myers: Shrek
  • Mike Vaughn: Iggy, Ludwig
  • Mike West: Fox (English)
  • Minako Kotobuki: Lana
  • Minami Takayama: Pit (Japanese), Dark Pit (Japanese), Knuckle Joe (Japanese)
  • Miriam Pultro: Mewtwo (English
  • Mitsuki Saiga: Ravio
  • Miyu Irino: Sora (Japanese)
  • Miyuki Sawashiro: Robin ♀ (Japanese)
  • Monica Rial: Stocking (English)
  • Mr. Lawrence: Plankton
  • Nana Mizuki: Victini, Katniss Everdeen (Japanese)
  • Nancy Cartwright: Bart Simpson
  • Nicole Sullivan: Marlene (normal form)
  • Norio Wakamoto: Metal Face (Japanese)
  • October Moore: Wii Fit Trainer ♀ (English)
  • Patrick Seitz: Magnus (English)
  • Pierce Gagnon: Tiago
  • Queen Latifah: Ellie
  • Quintel: Mordecai
  • Rachael Lillis: Jigglypuff (English), Goldeen (English)
  • Rachel Crow: Carla
  • Ralph Fiennes: Lord Voldemort
  • Ran Sakai: Konata
  • Ray Park: Darth Maul
  • Ray Romano: Manny
  • Reiko Ninomiya: Kat & Ana
  • Reiko Takashima: Mewtwo (Japanese)
  • Richard White: Gaston
  • Rikako Aiklawa: Moltres
  • Riley Inge: Doc Louis (English)
  • Rob Paulsen: Gray Fox (English)
  • Robby Benson: The Beast
  • Rodger Bumpass: Squidward
  • Roger Craig Smith: Sonic (English)
  • Romi Paku: Zoroark
  • Rowan Atkinson: Mr. Bean
  • Rufus Jones: Dunban (English)
  • Russi Taylor: Minnie Mouse
  • Ryō Horikawa: Captain Falcon, Dunban (Japanese)
  • Sachi Matsumoto: Toon Link, Skull Kid
  • Sachiko Hamano: Jill
  • Sam Lavagnino: Catbug
  • Samantha Kelly: Peach
  • Sanae Kobayashi: Popo, Nana
  • Satomi Korogi: Pichu, Togepi, Bellossom (Japanese)
  • Scott Williams: Darkrai
  • Scottie Ray: Genesect (English)
  • Sean Schemmel: Lucario (English)
  • Seth MacFarlane: Peter Griffin, Stewie Griffin
  • Seth Rogen: Mantis
  • Shigeru Chiba: Corset (Japanese)
  • Shinichiro Miki: Charizard, Staryu
  • Shinobu Satouchi: Dr. Wright, Leon Powalski (Japanese)
  • Shintaro Asanuma: Shulk (Japanese)
  • Shoko Nakagawa: Keldeo (Japanese), Pichu (Japanese)
  • Stephanie Komure: Phosphora (English)
  • Steve Heinke: Wii Fit Trainer ♂ (English)
  • Suzy Myers: Chespin (English)
  • Tabitha St. Germain: Rarity, Derpy Hooves
  • Takashi Nagasako: Donkey Kong, Cranky Kong
  • Tara Strong: Twilight Sparkle, Plum, Timmy Turner, Announcer
  • Taro Kudo: Dillon
  • Timothy Watson: Metal Face (English)
  • Tom McGrath: Skipper
  • Tom Hulce: Quasimodo
  • Tom Kane: Yoda
  • Tom Kenny: Spongebob, Ice King, Patchy the Pirate
  • Tom Wayland: Arceus (English), Keldeo (English)
  • Tomohisa Aso: Peppy Hare (Japanese)
  • Tomokazu Sugita: Chrom (Japanese), Takamaru
  • Tomoko Sasaki: Ashley (Japanese)
  • Tomoko Kawakami: Latias, Latios, Ivysaur (Japanese)
  • Tomoyuki Higuchi: Wii Fit Trainer ♂ (Japanese)
  • Tony Anselmo: Donald Duck
  • Tony Jay: Claude Frollo
  • Toshihide Tsuchiya: King K. Rool
  • Tracy Morgan: Luiz
  • Tsuyoshi Koyama: Doc Louis (Japanese)
  • Unsho Ishizuka: Metagross, Abomasnow, Gogoat
  • Wayne Forester: Riki (English)
  • Wendee Lee: Haruhi (English)
  • Pedro
  • William Salyers: Rigby
  • Xander Mobus: Announcer, Master Hand, Crazy Hand
  • Yoshiko Mita: Xerneas
  • Yoshimasa Hosoya: Robin ♂ (Japanese)
  • Yū Kobayashi: Lucina (Japanese), Sablé Prince
  • Yūji Ueda: Greninja (Japanese), Sceptile (Japanese)
  • Yuka Komatsu: Scanty (Japanese), Phosphora (Japanese)
  • Yuki Kaida: Riki (Japanese)
  • Yumi Toma: Articuno


  • Super Smash Bros. Epic is the first game in the series to include non-video Game characters.
  • This game has the largest amount of characters ever appeared in a Super Smash Bros. game (285).
  • The roster has the most unlockable characters and the most starter characters.
  • According to GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS Gamer's Edition, this game has the largest number of characters in a fighting game, and in a video game.
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