This year's E3 marked one of the first opportunities for fans to go hands-on with Super Smash Bros. on both Wii U and 3DS. Has the wait been worth it so far? Shacknews' own Sam Leichtamer heads to the West Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center to get reaction from players fresh off their hands-on time with the new brawler from Nintendo. Check out their reactions after the break.
Before that, our Shacknews video crew had a chance to check out the Wii U version and get footage of a full match.
If you're looking to try out the new Super Smash Bros. for yourself, select local Best Buys should have the playable E3 demo available to the public right about now and again this Saturday.
For more on the latest E3 announcements to come from Super Smash Bros, check out our breakdown of last night's roundtable with series director Masahiro Sakurai.