PlayStation X Nintendo: Super Smash Bros All-Stars


SSAS Switch

Mock-Up Boxart
Developer(s) Atlus
Bandai Namco Games
Publisher(s) Sony Interactive Entertainment
Series PlayStation All-Stars
Super Smash Bros
First Release TBA
Genre(s) Fighting

PlayStation x Nintendo: Super Smash Bros All-Stars is a sequel to PlayStation All-Stars: Round 2 and Super Smash Bros. NeXt created by LeeHatake93. It would be developed for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.


Polygon Man, after being defeated in All-Stars, manages to make his way to the World of Trophies and gains control of both Master Hand and Crazy Hand, becoming the new entity, Master Polygon. Wanting to exact his revenge on the All-Stars, he brings them over to the World of Trophies and begins merging the two realms. More info will be revealed later..

Master Polygon


Single Player:

  • Adventure Mode: A story-driven adventure mode similar to Brawl's Subspace Emissary.
  • Classic Mode: A series of battles with different criteria as well as bonus games such as Target Smash and Race to the Finish, leading up to a battle against either Master Hand, Crazy Hand, or Polygon Man.
  • All-Star Mode: A mode where you fight every playable character in succession.
  • Arcade: Play through each character's story, fight their rival, and face Master Polygon.
  • Training: Includes Basic Training, Combat Trials, and other modes.
  • Stadium: A mode that includes Home-Run Contest, Target Smash, Multi-Man Battle, and Boss Battles.


  • Battle Mode: An offline battle mode where up to four players may fight. Online friends may also be invited to the session. The game also supports up to eight player battles.
  • Tournament: A traditional tournament mode like the ones in the Super Smash Bros series.
  • Online Match: A mode where players can battle people online. Includes Ranked Match and Player Match.
  • Event Match: A mode that includes several battles, as well as mini-games and other challenges, with a variety of criteria.
  • Game Zone: A mode with a variety of mini-games.
  • Console Wars: A cross-platform multiplayer mode that allows PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch owners to play online with each other.


  • Store: A mode where players can quickly access the PlayStation Store or Nintendo eShop for additional content.
  • Gallery: A mode that includes a gallery for the player's unlocked Trophies, videos/movies, music, and Masterpieces, playable demos of games from most series in the game.
  • Stage Maker: A mode that lets players create their own stages.
  • Customize:A mode where players can edit characters' movesets, intros, outros, and victory music, and choose their icons, backgrounds, and online titles.

Supported Hardware

The list of supported hardware for playing the game.

PlayStation 4

  • DualShock 3 (via PlayStation TV Remote Play)
  • DualShock 4
  • PlayStation Move Controllers
  • PlayStation Vita System (via Remote Play)

Nintendo Switch

  • Joy-Con Controllers
  • Switch Pro Controller
  • Nintendo GameCube Controller (Via Adapter)
  • Nintendo amiibo


The gameplay would be derived from Super Smash Bros, with elements of PlayStation All-Stars. Battles can be fought in both damage-based and HP-centric battles. A character's moveset will consist of four directional melee attacks, three directional smash attacks, and four special moves. Each character will recieve two finishing moves: a Super Smash, and a Final Smash. A Super Smash is derived from the Super Move mechanic from PlayStation All-Stars in that it can be accessed through a chargeable meter. However, it is more similar to a Final Smash from Super Smash Bros in that it will deal a great amount of damage, but it not guaranteed to earn a KO. However, the Final Smash, accessed through a Smash Ball like in Smash Bros, will guarantee a KO as it operates identically to Battle Royale's Super Moves. Final Smashes can range from cinematics, transformations, and directional/trapping moves. A new feature to either series allows players to select two characters before battle, one to serve as a leader and the other to appear as support. Both characters can be swapped out during battle, much like in the Marvel vs Capcom series. Amiibo can also be used in battle in the Nintendo Switch version, where they can either be selected as battle characters before battle, or they can be summoned as Assist characters during battle if players pick up the "Amiibo Support" item. Both the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 games support cross-platform multiplayer.


The character roster is bound to change at anytime, as with the previous rosters before this one. Note: The character roster and majority of this page is still under construction, to be finished at a later time...


Character Series
Sweet Tooth Twisted Metal
Calypso Twisted Metal
Dart Feld Legend of Dragoon
Rose Legend of Dragoon
PaRappa PaRappa the Rapper
Lammy UmJammer Lammy
Toro Inoue Doko Demo Issyo
Spike Ape Escape
Specter Ape Escape
Sir Daniel Fortesque MediEvil
Zarok MediEvil
Tomba Tomba!
Rudy Roughnight Wild Arms
Jak and Daxter Jak and Daxter
Baron Praxis Jak and Daxter
Sly Cooper Sly Cooper
Carmelita Fox Sly Cooper
Ratchet & Clank Ratchet & Clank
Dr. Nefarious Racther & Clank
Kratos God of War
Zeus God of War
Colonel Radec Killzone
Ico & Yorda ICO
Wander Shadow of the Colossus
Boy & Trico The Last Guardian
Uberhero Patapon
Tigershark InviZimals
Fat Princess Fat Princess
Nariko Heavenly Sword
Emmett Graves Starhawk
Traveler Journey

Cole MacGrath

  • Good
  • Evil
  • Kessler

Delsin Rowe

  • Good
  • Evil
inFamous: Second Son
Fetch inFamous: First Light
Nathan Drake Uncharted
Ellie The Last of Us: Part II
Sackboy  LittleBigPlanet
Iota Tearaway
Jodie Holmes Beyond: Two Souls
Chimera Resistance
Kutaro Puppeteer
Tag ModNation Racers
Lil & Laarg Escape Plan
Kat & Dusty Gravity Rush
Raven Gravity Rush
Sinner & Accessory Freedom Wars
Knack Knack
Sir Galahad The Order 1886
Hunter Bloodborne
Aloy Horizon: Zero Dawn


  • P3 Hero
  • P3P Heroine
  • Yu Narukami

Big Boss

  • Solid Snake
  • Venom Snake
Metal Gear Solid V
Crash Bandicoot Crash Bandicoot
Spyro Spyro the Dragon
Lara Croft Tomb Raider
Heihachi Mishima Tekken
Kazuma Kiryu Yakuza
Ryu Street Fighter
Dante Devil May Cry
2B Nier: Automata
Sora Kingdom Hearts
Avatar PlayStation Home


Character Game/Series
Paper Mario Super Mario Bros
Mario Super Mario Bros
Luigi Super Mario Bros
Peach Super Mario Bros
Rosalina Super Mario Galaxy
Bowser Super Mario Bros
Bowser Jr.  Super Mario Bros
Yoshi Yoshi's Island
Wario WarioWare
Donkey Kong Donkey Kong
Diddy Kong Donkey Kong
King K. Rool Donkey Kong
Little Mac Punch Out
Link The Legend of Zelda
Young Link The Legend of Zelda
Zelda The Legend of Zelda
Sheik The Legend of Zelda
Ganondorf The Legend of Zelda
Marth Fire Emblem
Roy Fire Emblem
Ike Fire Emblem
Robin Fire Emblem Awakening
Corrin Fire Emblem Fates
Isaac Golden Sun
Red & Charizard Pokémon
Pikachu Pokémon
Jigglypuff Pokémon
Mewtwo Pokémon
Lucario Pokémon
Greninja Pokémon
Alola Trainer & Decidueye Pokémon
Kirby Kirby
Meta Knight Kirby
King Dedede Kirby
Fox McCloud Star Fox
Krystal Star Fox
Wolf O'Donnell Star Fox
Captain Falcon F-Zero
Ice Climbers Ice Climber
Mr. Game & Watch Game & Watch
Duck Hunt Duck Hunt
R.O.B. Nintendo
Ness Earthbound
Lucas Earthbound
Pit Kid Icarus
Palutena Kid Icarus
Samus Aran Metroid
Zero Suit Samus Metroid
Villager Animal Crossing
Olimar Pikmin
Wii Fit Trainer Wii Fit
Shulk Xenoblade Chronicles
Fiora Xenoblade Chronicles
Inkling Splatoon
Wonder Red The Wonderful 101
Takamaru Mysterious Murasame Castle
Tabuu Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Itsuki Aoi Tokyo Mirage Sessions 
Shovel Knight Shovel Knight
Sonic Sonic the Hedgehog
Pac-Man Pac-Man
Mega Man Mega Man
Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney
Professor Layton Professor Layton
Cloud Final Fantasy VII
Bayonetta Bayonetta 2
Mii Fighter Super Smash Bros. Wii U/3DS