Miiverse (Super Smash Bros. For Wii U)

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The following reason has been specified: Biased Page, as this isn't even a bad stage.

What happened to Miiverse?!

Miiverse is a stage in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. It was revealed during the Super Smash Bros. for Wii U: 50-Fact Extravaganza on October 23rd, 2014, and added to the game in version 1.0.8 on June 14th, 2015. It featured a unique stage element: user-created Miiverse posts drawn in support of a particular fighter would appear in the background. Due to the discontinuation of the Miiverse service, these posts no longer appear as of November 8th, 2017. This was a pretty bad stage, mainly due to the negative messages. Even without the messages, because Miiverse has shut down, this stage is a boring copy of Battlefield.

Why It Sucks

  1. This is basically a clone of Battlefield. (So is Dream Land.)
  2. While making a stage that has online messages sounds good on paper, it was poorly executed. (How?)
  3. If the stage is called "Miiverse", why aren’t there any Miis? (Not including the Mii Fighters if they are picked as fighters for the match or any drawings featuring the Miis.) They could have at least made them act similarly to the Flying Man NPCs from the Magicant stage. (Because... it's about Miiverse and NOT the Miis? Use your head.)
  4. The most bad thing about this stage are the negative Miiverse messages the toxic community gives out, some of which are inappropriate for younger players. (That explains this article, you're 9 years old.)
  5. Now that Miiverse shut down, it’s basically a boring version of Battlefield. (SO. IS. DREAM. LAND.)

Redeeming Qualities

  1. The music is catchy.
  2. Not all the Miiverse messages are bad. Some can be good and/or funny. (making this article pointless.)
  3. A stage that shows online messages was a good concept, but it was poorly executed. (You once again do not explain this.)
  4. Thankfully, Miiverse shut down on November 8th, 2017, so you no longer see any messages (mainly negative ones), making the stage more safe and fun to play. (Making this article pointless again.)
  5. The stage is only present in one Super Smash Bros. game. (Nothing to do with the article.)


  • Miiverse is the only downloadable stage that is completely unavailable in 8-Player Smash.
  • Due to the shutdown of the Miiverse service preventing posts from appearing in the background, Miiverse is the only versus mode stage in Smash history to no longer have all of its features function properly.


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