Nintendo is bringing Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS to top college football tailgate stops across the South and Midwest regions of the U.S. through the end of November. Before the games, fans from rival schools will be able to settle their differences by competing in Super Smash Bros. head-to-head matches.
Nintendo will be keeping score as fans compete, with a visual display indicating whether the home or away team has the edge. A demo version of the Wii U game will be used to pit fans of rival schools against one another, while the 3DS game will be focused on letting friends settle their scores.
The Tailgate Tour will make stops at the following games, with Mario and Luigi costumed characters attending the Florida-Georgia game to cheer on the Super Smash Bros. match-ups:
- Oct. 4: LSU at Auburn
- Oct. 11: Penn State at Michigan
- Oct. 18: Georgia vs. Arkansas
- Oct. 25: Alabama at Tennessee
- Nov. 1: Florida vs. Georgia
- Nov. 8: Alabama at LSU
- Nov. 15: Florida State at Miami
- Nov. 22: Louisville at Notre Dame
- Nov. 29: Michigan at Ohio State
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS launches today, while the Wii U version launches this holiday season.