A new app called "Smash Controller" has been added to the eShop and is available now for download. Prior to today, players needed a copy of Super Smash Bros. 3DS to utilize their handheld as a controller for the console version, but with this app that is no longer the case.

More details after the jump!

CD Projekt Red can face a penalty up to an equivalent of $1.3 million USD (their total net income last year) after improperly disclosing sales information on The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt to the public. Under Polish law, the disclosed figures should first have been published in the ESPI system, which allows investors to track company reports. The company is under investigation by the Polish Financial Conduct Authority. CD Projekt Red defends this disclosure as marketing, which a conflicting law forbids them from posting as a financial report.

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It's been a packed morning for Smash Bros. fans – even if the details from this morning's pre-E3 Super Smash Bros. Special Presentation were mostly leaked beforehand. Three new fighters are out today, along with new stages, new Mii Fighter costumes, and more on the way as the year goes on! if you missed the presentation or just need a quick refresher on what was shown today, we've got you covered. Click inside for a full summary of this morning's news and a ton of new screenshots of the new characters.

Characters from the animated Disney XD series Star Wars Rebels will be joining the upcoming Disney Infinity 3.0. Figures confirmed to be in production for the toys-to-life game are Kanan, Ezra, Zeb, and Sabine. The inclusion of Star Wars Rebels characters was decided early in development. Hez Chorba, creative director of the Lucasfilm brand, considers the series "an important part of the saga." You can view images of the character figures in the gallery inside.

Moments ago, Masahiro Sakurai officially unveiled two new fighters for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS; now, we know that they will get their time in the spotlight later tonight!

According to a recent tweet from Nintendo of Australia, today's Smash Bros. newcomers (Roy and Ryu) will be in the Nintendo World Championships later tonight; it's unclear whether or not this means that they will be involved in the competition somehow, but it does seem to indicate that Smash Bros. could be one of the games played at the championships.

In a whirlwind of Smash news today, yesterday's leak of Fire Emblem's Roy and Street Fighter's Ryu as DLC fighters for Super Smash Bros. has been confirmed. More importantly, these DLC fighters are available right now, alongside Lucas. All of the stages and costumes announced today are available now as well.

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After a long string of leaks, it's finally confirmed: Ryu is joining the battle in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. During today's Smash Bros. presentation, Mr. Sakurai explained that the fighting game vet has received a lot of development attention, taking into account the playstyles and combo inputs of his home franchise, and as a result he's a great character for experienced Street Fighter players.

We learned a lot about Ryu during the presentation, so hop inside to check out his new challenger trailer alongside all the details.

As part of today's Smash Bros.-themed Nintendo Direct, Masahiro Sakurai has announced a brand a group of new Amiibo in the upcoming sixth wave, featuring three classic Nintendo characters: R.O.B., Mr. Game and Watch, and Duck Hunt, as well as a Star Fox fan favorite, Falco.

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It looks like the Wii U version of Super Smash Bros. is set to get another feature, as Nintendo has revealed that Tournament Mode will make its way to the game. It will include community tournaments, where you compete for points within a specified amount of time. There will also be scheduled tournaments with online features. The mode will launch in August, as they are still working out and tweaking the online features.

During today's Super Smash Bros. presentation, Masahiro Sakurai announced that several new costumes will be available for download today; these costumes were all leaked yesterday, and they include Mega Man.EXE, Isabelle, and Inkling Boy and Girl costumes for Gunners, Zero for Swordfighters, and Jacky (modern design) and Akira (blocky design) from Virtua Fighter for Brawlers. There will also be a Splatoon Squid Hat and a Mii Brawler costume for Heihachi from Tekken. Each of these costumes will be available for $0.75 each for one game or $1.15 for both games; you can also purchase all of the costumes together for $6 for one game or $9.20 for both.

Straight from the Smash-themed Nintendo Direct, Mii Fighter Amiibo have officially been confirmed. These Amiibo will be available in the Mii Gunner, Brawler, and Swordfighter flavors. Once the Amiibo are loaded into Super Smash Bros., you can dress them up in different costumes, including DLC costumes. You can pick their faces in-game, too.

These Amiibo will be available in the September wave.

During today’s Nintendo Direct, it was revealed that users will be able to record and upload their Super Smash Bros. gameplay replay footage to YouTube by connecting to their Google accounts. The footage will be viewable on any device and will allow players to preserve videos before a game update. It is currently unknown to what level users will be able to edit or monetize the footage.

Nintendo has announced during its Nintendo Direct that classic stages from Super Smash Bros. will make their return in the 3DS and Wii U titles, with Dream Land 64 coming out first. The current pricing is $1.99 per platform, and $2.99 for the bundle. In addition, Nintendo revealed that Hyrule Castle 64 and Peach's Castle 64 will both be released eventually.

Yesterday, a leak all but confirmed that fan favorite Super Smash Bros. Melee character Roy will make his return to the newest iteration of the franchise. Alongside his new challenger video, Roy will also come with his original Japanese voice acting and will serve as a very strong close-range fighter. His Final Smash will be “Critical Hit." He will launch alongside Lucas, with the price of $3.99 for each character, but you can save some money by buying him for both versions for $4.99.

Nintendo's got a packed E3 schedule this year, including a pre-E3 Smash Bros. show that kicks off at 7:40am Pacific / 10:40 am Eastern / 4:40 pm GMT. During the event, Mr. Sakurai is planning to show off new content like the already-announced Lucas DLC and Miiverse stage, as well as new content – probably including the recently leaked Roy and Ryu DLC. And you can catch it all live right here at Gamnesia!