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List of SSB4 trophies (R.O.B. series)

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The following is a list of the 3 trophies from the R.O.B. series that appear in Super Smash Bros. 4. There are 2 trophies shared between both versions of Smash 4 and 1 that is exclusive to Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.

Both versions[edit]

Name Category Picture Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Picture Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Description Trophy Box
R.O.B. Fighter ROBTrophy3DS.png ROBTrophyWiiU.png

NTSCSuper Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS This NES accessory was released in 1985, a groundbreaking system that controlled the robot via a game on the screen. In Smash Bros., R.O.B. has two projectile weapons and can use his rocket base to fly through the air. If you let his Robo Beam charge over time, it'll make for a powerful blast.

NTSCSuper Smash Bros. for Wii U This NES accessory was released in 1985—a groundbreaking system that controlled the robot via a game on the screen. In Smash Bros., R.O.B. has two projectile weapons and can use his rocket base to fly through the air. If you let his Robo Beam charge over time, it'll make for a powerful blast.

NES: Nintendo Entertainment System Robotic Operating Buddy (10/1985)
Nintendo DS: Mario Kart DS (11/2005)

PAL Released in Europe in 1986, R.O.B., a peripheral for the NES, was a little robot that responded to flashing lights in games. In this game, he can fire gyros and lasers at his enemies. He also has the ability to hover, which is handy for recoveries. Keep in mind that his Robo Beam can be charged up for an extra-powerful shot.

NES: R.O.B. (09/1986)
Nintendo DS: Mario Kart DS (11/2005)
77. NES
R.O.B. (Alt.) Fighter ROBAltTrophy3DS.png ROBAltTrophyWiiU.png

NTSC R.O.B.'s side smash, S3, fires a laser beam that does more damage up close. You can also aim it slightly up or down before firing. His down special Gyro sends a spinning top hurtling forward and can be charged for more damage. You can even dodge while charging!

NES: Nintendo Entertainment System Robotic Operating Buddy (10/1985)
Nintendo DS: Mario Kart DS (11/2005)

PAL R.O.B.'s side smash, S3, fires a laser beam that does more damage up close. You can also aim it slightly up or down before firing. His down special Gyro sends a spinning top hurtling forwards. While charging it up, you can move left or right to do a quick dodge, then continue charging where you left off!

NES: R.O.B. (09/1986)
Nintendo DS: Mario Kart DS (11/2005)

Wii U version[edit]

Name Category Picture Description Trophy Box
Super Diffusion Beam Final Smash SuperDiffusionBeamTrophyWiiU.png

NTSC For R.O.B.'s Final Smash, he folds his arms down, transforms into an invincible cannon, and fires a huge beam that can be panned slowly up and down. The beam splits up partway through into smaller beams that drag foes to the center, where they'll be hit continuously. The assault finishes off with a single wide beam just for good measure.

PAL For R.O.B.'s Final Smash, he folds his arms down, transforms into an invincible cannon and fires a huge beam that can be aimed slowly up and down. The beam splits up partway through into smaller beams that drag foes to the centre, where they'll be hit continuously. The assault finishes off with a single wide beam, just for good measure.

92. Final Smashes 3

Trivia[edit]

  • The R.O.B. universe has the least trophies of any series with playable characters in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, with two: R.O.B.'s Classic and All-Star trophies.
    • In the Wii U version, the R.O.B, Yoshi and Final Fantasy are the universes with playable characters to have the lowest amount of trophies, with an amount of three. The only trophies they have are only their playable characters.