Technology Every Super Smash Bros. character ever will be playable on the Switch

00:51  13 june  2018
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The nine biggest announcements from Nintendo’s E3 2018 presentation

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Super Smash Bros . Switch is coming, and though it's not a huge surprise - every home console since the series' N64 debut has had one - there's a lot of questions left unanswered after March's Nintendo Direct teaser. Though we know who is working on it, some confirmed characters and a release

You may know your way around Super Smash Bros. Brawl — but are you ready for Super Smash Bros. all?

The upcoming Super Smash Bros. game for the Nintendo Switch, Super Smash Bros.Ultimate, will feature literally every fighter that’s ever been playable in any incarnation of the popular franchise, game director Masahiro Sakurai announced at E3 today.

That’s more than 60 characters in all, including ones who haven’t shown up in the franchise for over a decade, like Metal Gear Solid’s Snake and Pokémon’s Pichu. The lineup also features characters previously available as third-party DLC on the Wii U and 3DS, like Bayonetta and Ryu. Even Ridley, the much-discussed but seldom-seen Metroid series antagonist, will be making an appearance.

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Super Smash Bros has finally been announced for Switch . Which means fans are already speculating what characters will make their way to Smash . Seeing him return on the Super Smash Bros Switch Roster would be a cool comeback tour and possibly the last time we ever see him.

Super Smash Bros . releases on the Nintendo Switch in 2018. While word from Nintendo on the matter is still missing in action, this scenario appears to be best for those that enjoy seeing as many playable characters as possible.

Each of the characters will be included in the base game, and Nintendo has said it will make the characters easier to unlock than in past games, to give gamers a feeling of being constantly rewarded for playing.

  Every Super Smash Bros. character ever will be playable on the Switch © Nintendo

Moreover, every character has been tweaked or updated for the new game, some with more minor variations and others with overhauled looks gamers will discover as they play.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will be released Dec. 7.

Mario Tennis Aces still leaves us wanting Wii Sports on Switch .
With the launch of Mario Tennis Aces, people who adore Nintendo’s sports franchise have a lot to be happy about. It is, by and large, every bit as good as the classic Mario Tennis games. What it is not, though, is Wii Sports on Switch. Specifically Wii Tennis. Much of the enormous success of the Wii is due to Wii Tennis. It was just so approachable and intuitive: The ball bounced to you, you swung, and it felt like you were making direct contact with said ball. Anyone from toddlers to grandparents could pick it up and have a fun time. The magic was not only tied to the motion controls, but also the fact that your swing felt directly tied to the swing of the character in the game, creating a one-to-one connection. Without needing to worry about the movement of your character, all you had to focus on was making a proper swing. But Mario Tennis Aces, like most modern tennis games, allows for direct control over the character’s movement. It also allows for special charged-up shots and a variety of drop shots, lobs and slices. What all this adds is depth — something that goes beyond the back-and-forth rallies of Wii Tennis. Despite the kid-friendly appearance, there’s a surprisingly complex sports game here. What it doesn’t allow for, sadly, is the flip-side: the instant approachability of Wii Tennis. Mario Tennis Aces attempts to mimic Wii Tennis with the new “Swing Mode.


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