Published: Sun, March 11, 2018
Science | By Hubert Green

Super Smash Bros Coming to Nintendo Switch Lineup

Super Smash Bros Coming to Nintendo Switch Lineup

During a Nintendo Direct online broadcast on 8 March, the company screened a teaser for the brawler, which pits various well-known and obscure Nintendo characters against each other in a free-for-all.

Suddenly, one of the characters turns around to see famous Nintendo characters Link and Mario standing behind her.

Players managed to make out some of them like Donkey Kong and Bowser but the rest is a bit hard to figure out.

None of the characters may be considered as surprise additions, as they have all already appeared in previous Super Smash Bros. titles.

Nintendo will also release a remastered "Crash Bandicoot" trilogy on July 10 and the Zelda-esque game "Okami" in the summer. Soon, Super Smash Brothers's working title will be a thing of the past.

For the sake of doing this justice, I'll be candid and say that I'm really not one for reaction videos.

We didn't receive confirmation of whether this new release would be a port, tweaked remake, or an original Smash title.

In addition, the logo of Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo Switch is different from the logo of the Nintendo Wii U and Nintendo 3DS versions.

Super Smash Bros is coming to the Nintendo Switch and everyone is rather happy about it. At the very least, gamers know that the fighting franchise is finally headed to the Nintendo Switch.

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