Super Smash Bros. Ultimate launches December 7 for Nintendo Switch

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A few of its mini-games have been revealed through a special amusing trailer, making it a great addition to your Nintendo Switch library after 1-2-Switch. Between the likes of Super Smash Bros., a slew of new Pokemon titles and, at long last, a port of Fortnite, Switch owners certainly won't be short of new entries in their favorite franchises.

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It's a cunning ploy: add the most popular game in the world right now to your platform and make it instantly available. Player hoping for a dramatic anime RPG will not be dissapointed in Fire Emblem: Three Houses.

"The developers have to feel like they have new creative ideas to bring any franchise to life in a new way", Charlie Scibetta, senior director of corporate communications for Nintendo of America told Player One.

"Perfect Shields" have also been adjusted, now requiring more precise timing to negate incoming damage. Now it's time for a look at how existing fighters have changed since past appearances, stages, assist trophies and more. The visual style is reminiscent of Breath of the Wild, but you get to pilot fighting robots with a heavy metal soundtrack. This year, you can see pretty clearly, we're back to focusing on the near-term. Ultimate that even the most hardcore of fans will have trouble keeping track of, and I don't doubt that this incredibly ambitious game will change and evolve before it releases worldwide on December 7th.

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So when Masahiro Sakurai revealed that Super Smash Bros.

Super Mario Party features new minigames played in a variety of ways, from traditional controller-and-TV types to tabletop modes that run across two wirelessly connected Switch systems.

In one of the most polarizing Nintendo Directs of all time, Nintendo went all-in on Smash Bros. for its E3 2018 presentation, dedicating the entire back half of the show to the announcement and in-depth details of Super Smash Bros.

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Ultimate will launch for Switch on December 7, Nintendo announced during the E3 2018 Nintendo Direct.

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