Final Destination is a stage in Super Smash Bros. Clash. It's basically unchanged from Brawl, save the background, a size increase and one big touch. It's one of the three Super Smash Bros. stages in the game.
Final Destination, appearance-wise, is a large piece of gray matter with a green core located at the bottom of the stage. The Super Smash Bros. logo can be spotted in the stage's center.
Final Destination is slightly bigger now; about 5% larger than it's Brawl counterpart. However the actual layout is more like Melee's Final Destination, meaning the limps from Brawl's version are now gone. Some characters, like Ike, can recover much more safely thanks to this.
For the background, Final Destination starts in the night sky of Earth. It then goes into a far-view of the world Clash's story mode, The Dark Tournament, takes place in. It then goes into a few far-away views of Nintendo locations as they are in the middle of the tournament, some locations being:
- The Mushroom Kingdom, save the fact Bowser now rules it with an iron fist.
- Brinstar, the same as it usually is.
- Corneria, which is undergoing large financial trouble.
- The Halberd, still being repaired from the events of The Subspace Emissary.
- The Distortion World, same as it is in Pokémon Platinum, pretty much.
- The Death Egg, which is simply out in space.
- An area of Thailand that vaguely resembles M. Bison's stage from Street Fighter II: The World Warrior.
After the final destination is reached, you get to see the Pacific Ocean during the summertime around 3:00 in the afternoon. It looks very nice. Then, it goes into a sunset, like in Brawl's Final Destination. From there, the process repeats.
As always, a neutral stage and a solid stage for new players to pick. Just... don't spam it.
- Final Destination (Super Smash Bros. Clash, will be a remix of the main theme if one is ever composed)
- Final Destination (Brawl) (Super Smash Bros. Brawl, original)
- Final Destination (Melee) (Super Smash Bros. Melee, original)
- Master Hand's Residence (Super Smash Bros., original)
- Boss Battle Song 2 (Super Smash Bros. Brawl, original)
- Giga Bowser (Super Smash Bros. Melee, original)
- Opening (Super Smash Bros. Melee)
- Credits (Super Smash Bros.)
- Subspace Version 1 (Super Smash Bros. Brawl)
Unless noted otherwise, songs are remixed. Songs in bold are unlockable.