- This article is about Peach's appearance in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. For other uses, see Peach.
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Differences from Brawl
Peach has received many buffs to compensate her lack of power in Brawl, improving both her ground and air game. She also has more aesthetic changes in both design and moves.
Appearance-wise, her dress is now slightly larger at the bottom and is more detailed, giving Peach a more graceful silhouette.
- Faster dash and air speed. Dash animation is also slightly different, with Peach running more upright.
- Second jump has increased height.
- More visual effects for many moves, with additions of hearts, rainbows and sparkles.
- Forward and Down Tilts are faster and deal increased hitstun. However, both deal less damage.
- Up Tilt's heart is larger, but has a smaller blast radius. It causes less damage and knockback.
- Forward Smash has a different charging animation. It has more range and deals more damage with all weapons. The order now fixed, being always tennis racket, golf club and frying pan.
- Up Smash's now produces a pink ribbon which envelops Peach's body, covering more horizontal range, allowing her to hit enemies by her side more easily. Its sweetspot and sourspot deal more knockback.
- Down Smash deals more hits and knockback and traps opponents into it, much like in Melee. However, it deals less damage.
- Dash Attack deals more damage and knockback. It also produces a spark, with a strong hitbox.
- Forward Aerial causes more knockback and has larger hitboxes, allowing to hit enemies above and under as well. However, it has higher ending lag.
- Back and Down Aerials have slightly higher range.
- Up Aerial now has a new animation, with Peach waving her hand upwards in an arc, forming a rainbow. Looks similar to Zelda's Up Aerial, but is multi-hit. It's slower and causes much less knockback, but has higher range and longer hitboxes.
Grabs and Trhows
- Grab and Running Grab have slightly more range.
- Up Throw deals much more knockback.
- Forward and Back Throws deal slightly less knockback.
- Down Throw deals slightly more damage and lower knockback.
- Toad's spore attack traps opponents more easily.
- Peach Bomber's covers more range and it is much faster. Additionally, its explosion now triggers against shields. However, it deals less damage.
- Peach Parasol is faster, covers more height and deals increased knockback. It also traps opponents mroe easily.
- Vegetables take longer to be plucked. Also, the chances of pulling the "stitchface" turnip, Bob-omb and Mr. Saturn have been increased. However, the "stichface" turnip deals much less knockback and damage, while Mr. Saturn will instantly break shields. Beam Sword can no longer be plucked.
- Peach Blossom can now put airborne enemies to sleep, but at decreased range and the sleep effect lasts less time, although the sleep duration is longer the closer enemies are to her. However, enemies take higher knockback while sleeping. Additionally, instead of summoning a huge number of small peaches that heal 5% each, only three large fruits will spawn, that heal for 20% each. It's also shows different illustrations of Peach on the frame.
Normal Attack: A two-slap combo. First hit deals 2%, second hit deals 3%
Forward Tilt: Peach kicks in front of her in a vertical arc. 7%
Up Tilt: Peach raises one arm and a heart appears above her; the heart bursts apart. 10%
Down Tilt: Peach swipes her arm across the ground. 7%
Dash Attack: Peach outstretches her arms, her hands sparkling. Hits twice. First hit deals 4%, second hit deals 6% for a total of ten percent.
Forward Smash: Peach swings forwards a tennis racket, a golf club, and a frying pan, in that order respectively. The frying pan deals the most damage.
Up Smash: Raises one arm up and twirls around, with a ribbon swirling around Peach. 12-21%
Down Smash: Spins around on the ground with her dress dealing damage. Multi-hits. 13-18% (assuming that all hits connect)
Ledge Attack: Pulls herself up and swipes her arm along the ground. 7%
Get-Up Attack: Whirls around, kicking on each side. 7%
Forward Air: Takes off her crown and swings it in front of her in a downward arc, can spike. 15%
Back Air: Swings her rear end backwards. 12%
Up Air: Swings her arm in an upwards arc, with a rainbow trailing behind it. 10%
Down Air: Kicks four times downwards. 11%
Neutral Air: Spins around with her arms outstretched. 13%
Grabs and Throws
Pummel: Kicks the opponent in the shins. 2% each hit
Up Throw: Tosses them above her and then hits them with her hand. 8%
Down Throw: Places the opponent on the ground and then slams down on them. 8%
Forward Throw: Slaps the opponent away from her. 10%
Back Throw: Places them behind her and then hits them with her hip. 11%
|Peach's Special Moves|
|Side Special||Peach Bomber|
|Up Special||Peach Parasol|
|Final Smash||—||Peach Blossom|
|Peach's Custom Special Moves|
|Custom 1||Custom 2|
|Standard Special||Sleepy Toad||Grumpy Toad|
|Side Special||Flower Bomber||Flying Peach Bomber|
|Up Special||Parasol High Jump||Light Parasol|
|Down Special||Light Veggie||Heavy Veggie|
Up Taunt: Takes out her parasol and places it on her shoulder. She spins the parasol around as she says 'Sweet'
Side Taunt: Dances around in place and sings a tune similar to 'Ring Around the Rosie'
Down Taunt: Spins around until she faces the camera, then winks, holds up one arm and waves, and says 'Uh-huh'
In competitive play
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Princess of the Mushroom Kingdom, Peach continues to prove that "powerful" and "cute" are not mutually exclusive. In Smash Bros., Peach uses her dress to float above the fray, suddenly descending and attacking with numerous weapons. A frying pan? An umbrella? TOAD?! Where does she keep it all?
NES - Super Mario Bros. (10/1985)
DS - Super Princess Peach (02/2006)
Peach may be a princess, but that doesn't mean she shies away from an honest day's work. Her down special Vegetable is basically farm labor, and the fruits...er, vegetables of her work can be thrown. An angry-looking vegetable will do extra damage, too! She can also pull up Bob-ombs, or even a Mr. Saturn!
Princess Peach is cute to begin with, and she only gets cuter as a baby. Unlike Princess Peach, Baby Peach is more fond of her pink binky than of conversation. Despite this lack of communication, she makes for a great partner in sporting events!
Peach + Birthday Girl
Princess Peach, where are you off to with that pink parasol? A day at the beach? More like a day at the races! Her tough and unconventional karts are ready, and she wants to take the checkered flag. Expect to see Peach win and be elegant at the same time.
Peach (Tennis Outfit)
Peach brings an elegance and grace to tennis that her opponents are hard-pressed to match. Her skills with a racket can put the ball right where she wants it. How she and Baby Peach can play against each other without destroying space-time is the real question.
Usually the Sticker Fest, sponsored by Princess Peach, is held without a problem. However, one year Bowser shows up to steal the Royal Stickers and ends up peeling off with Princess Peach! With your help Mario must set out to stick things back in their proper place!
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- Peach now has pink sparkles appear below her when she floats in midair.
- Some players in Japan when the game was first released were banned for playing as Peach in for glory mode because of her ability to occasionally pull Bob-ombs and Mr. Saturns instead of turnips. However, Nintendo has fixed this bug.