Super Smash Bros Soundtracks Free Under Certain Conditions

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By Kieran Wade – 2nd September 2014
Super Smash Bros Soundtracks Free Under Certain Conditions

Nintendo are offering players a chance to receive the official Super Smash Bros soundtracks, but only under certain conditions. Those of you who purchase both the Wii U and 3DS versions of the game as well as registering both releases on Club Nintendo, will receive two CDs featuring the game’s music. It should be assumed the soundtrack will contain music from both releases as opposed to just the one.

The special soundtrack, named ‘Super Smash Bros.  Premium Sound Selection‘, is part of an offer available in North America, Japan, Europe, Australia, South Africa, and New Zealand. The 3DS release will hit shelves October 3, whilst the Wii U version has been given a winter 2014 release, essentially meaning either late this year or early next year.

Unfortunately, Nintendo haven’t revealed any additional information, but promise to in the near future. It’s still unclear whether the soundtrack is open for purchase separately from this promotion, otherwise we can assume it is a unique item only available through Club Nintendo.

In recent Smash Bros news, the latest character to join the roster is Shulk from Xenoblade Chronicles, which is to be his first appearance in the series. Will you be buying both versions? Has this promotion encouraged you to do so? As ever, leave your comments below.


Kieran Wade

Kieran is a passionate gamer who's constantly interested in industry goings-on. He grew up playing Amstrad and the Sega Mega Drive, eventually moving onto the likes of PlayStation and Nintendo 64. He has since played practically every system under the sun - a retro gaming enthusiast as well as current gen. Follow him @KieranLewisWade.

  • Jalane Farrington

    I think if the games were at a low price; I would definitely give-away one game away as gift to receive the cds. I don’t see why I have to purchase both the Wii-U game and the Nintendo 3DS.

  • tetrisdork

    I’m still going to end up buying both. I don’t even have a 3DS (Getting a Wii U this month) and won’t until the New 3DS rolls out, but I have been itching for a portable Smash for a long time. Getting the soundtrack is icing because I remember getting the Smashing…Live! CD from Nintendo Power.