Though the 3DS version of Smash hasn't released everywhere yet, players are already finding bugs. And given that this is Smash, a game where anything can happen, it's probably not surprising to hear that many of the glitches in the game are of the absurd variety.
Here's how the game is bugging out for people.
Even glitched out with a spiked thing stuck to his butt, Dedede is still perfect. While funny, the glitch does mess up your ability to do a special move. Bummer.
I'm surprised that the villager doesn't just start projectile vomiting everywhere!
Apparently, Yoshi can jump like this because of something gone wrong with his custom moveset. Specifically, in both of these videos, the uploaders note that they messed with the up-b move.
Woah. I guess I'm not surprised there's nothing upstairs, but still!
Err, that's not supposed to happen...
This one takes a while to reproduce—the actual glitch doesn't happen until around the 30 second mark, at the end—but it shows Mario's cape acting in a bizarre way. Then again, when Mario's cape can do this to characters holding on to an edge, it just looks like maybe the move could use a little tweaking...
While the quality of this video is abysmal, what happens at the end is pretty clear. And by clear I mean, "what the fuck just happened?"
And finally, we have this...
Which many people are asking about. Is it a glitch? Naw. Luigi is supposed to do that! In previous games, his magic missile move could get him stuck onto surfaces, too.
Personally, I haven't encountered any of of these glitches—a shame, because I think I'd be delighted by them. Alas! Then again, I say this, but I'm a Robin player...and currently, there's a glitch that lets Zero Suit Samus do an infinite against Robin:
Have you encountered any glitches in the demo or Japanese release of the game? Let us know in the comments.