Mega Man (SSBWU/3DS)

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This article is about Mega Man's appearance in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. For other uses, see Mega Man.

Mega Man
Mega Man Symbol
Universe Mega Man
Appears in Super Smash Bros. (Wii U and 3DS)
Debut Mega Man (1987)
Availability Starter
Tier N/A (N/A)

Mega Man is the main protagonist from Capcom's eponymous series. He is the third non-Nintendo character to appear in the Super Smash Bros. series, following Solid Snake and Sonic the Hedgehog. He made his debut in the fourth installment in the series.


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Ground Attacks


Mega buster
  • Neutral Attack (Mega Buster) - Fires a pixelated energy shot in front of him. Can quickly fire up to three shots in a row, taking a short pause before being able to fire again. Each bullet deals 1-2% damage. When fired at point-blank range, it does 3% damage and pushes the target. Mega Man can also quickly turn between shots to hit multiple targets.
  • Forward Tilt (Mega Buster) - Same as his neutral attack, with the added benefit of moving while shooting (thus hitting faster), but without the benefits when used at point-blank.
  • Up Tilt (Mega Upper) - A powerful uppercut that makes Mega Man jump off the ground and send foes soaring into the air. Does 17% damage to close opponents in the beginning of the attack, 12% if hit during the attack, and 8% when the attack is ending.
  • Down Tilt (Sliding) - A leg-first charge along the ground. Can be used to move under certain projectiles. Closer targets receive 8% damage and are pushed up, while farther ones receive 5% and are pushed forward.
Top Spin
  • Dash Attack (Top Spin) - A rapid rotation attack forward that hits multiple times. Each hit deals 1% damage, with the last hit doing 3% and pushing the target, doing a total of 10% damage.


Full power charge shot
  • Side Smash (Charge Shot) - Mega Man unleashes a more powerful energy blast from the Mega Buster, causing 10-12% damage. The damage and distance increases the longer it is charged, causing 20% damage when fully charged.
Spark Shot
  • Up Smash (Spark Shock) - Two electrodes appear in Mega Man's arms and come together to give off damaging sparks, hitting multiple times to anyone near him, specially above. After use leaves him vulnerable to attacks while his arms vent. When used quickly, each hit deals 2% damage, with the last one causing 6% (total 16%). When fully charged, each hit does 3% damage and ends with a 9% hit (total 22%).
Flame Blast
  • Down Smash (Flame Blast) - An arm cannon at each side of him releases a high pillar of flames. After use it leaves him vulnerable to attacks while his arms vent. Causes 17% damage when used quickly, increasing up to 24% when fully charged.


  • Ledge Attack - Mega Man kicks forward, dealing 7% damage.
  • Floor Attack - A quick leg sweep that hits both sides. 7% damage.

Aerial Attacks

  • Neutral Aerial (Mega Buster) - Same as his neutral attack, just in the air. Firing at point-blank in the air can deal a bit more damage (4%) and push the target further than in the ground.
Flame Sword
  • Forward Aerial (Flame Sword) - A pillar of flame is brought down in front of him like a sword slash. Deals 5-9% damage.
Slash Claw
  • Back Aerial (Slash Claw) - A quick swipe that hits three times behind him. The first slash deals 3% damage, the second 4%, and the last 5%.
  • Up Aerial (Air Shooter) - A small tornado is shot above him and rises upwards. If it catches an opponent, it'll hit multiple times (1-3% damage each) and push them up.
  • Down Aerial (Hard Knuckle) - Meteor spike. A fist is fired downwards before returning to Mega Man. Deals 12-14% damage

Grabs and Throws

Super Arm
  • Grab (Super Arm) - Mega Man effortlessly picks up an opponent with one hand.
  • Pummel - Mega Man uses his strength to press the held opponent, dealing 2-3% damage.
  • Throw - Throws the opponent in the direction pressed. His side throw deals 7-8% damage, the up throw 6-7% and the down throw 3-4%.

Special Moves


  • Mega Man teleports, similar to when he enters a stage in his games.
  • Mega Man turns his back at the screen and waves the Mega Buster to the back.
  • Mega Man brings an elbow backwards with his Mega Buster.

In competitive play

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Other features

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Costume Gallery


  • Most of his sound effects are based on his NES incarnation. In fact, Sakurai said that keeping his NES style was a top priority.[1]
  • Mega Man is the first character to have a custom death explosion, specifically exploding into balls of light in the same style as the original Mega Man games.
  • Mega Man's Final Smash includes Mega Man X from the eponymous series, Mega Man Volnutt from the Mega Man Legends series, MegaMan.EXE (Hub Hikari) from the Mega Man Battle Network series, and Mega Man (Geo Stelar and Omega-Xis) from the Mega Man Star Force series.
  • Mega Man's jumping style originates from the Mega Man game franchise.


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