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Nintendo will be hosting a new tournament later this week featuring one item in particular: the bumper. You can use it to help propel you to victory. The more you win, the better kind of spirits you’ll receive.

The new tournament even begins on July 30. It will last a total of three days.

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Nintendo has announced the latest event for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, which will tie into the Spirit Board. We have a bone theme this time around. Defeat them to earn more gold than usual.

The new Spirit Board event begins on July 23. It will last for a total of three days.

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is adding new spirits based on Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin, Nintendo has announced. Players can earn three in total as part of the game’s latest event.

The Spirit Board event featuring Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin begins on July 16. It will last a total of five days.

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Kazuya Mishima joined the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate lineup last month as the game’s penultimate downloadable fighter. In the latest issue of Famitsu, director Masahiro Sakurai talked through the team’s thought process when developing the character in his weekly column. They wanted to go beyond simply making the Tekken fighter fit the Smash Bros. mold, and find a way to represent Tekken and its core concepts in the game as well.

Below is out our full translation of the column, which also touches on Sakurai’s thoughts on fighting games compared to Smash Bros., where combos fit in the series, and more.

For this week’s event in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, a “Tekken Tournament” will be held. It will limit the action to fighters who don’t use weapons in their movesets.

The new Smash Bros. Ultimate event kicks off on July 9. It will last for a total of three days.

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Have a copy of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate? Planning on picking up a copy of Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin? Then you might be interested to hear about a neat little connection between the two.

Nintendo has announced that a spirit for the new Capcom game will be appearing in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, featuring the protagonist and Razewing Ratha. It can be yours if you have save data on your Switch system for Monster Hunter Stories 2. Eventually, the spirit should be obtainable for all Smash Bros. players.

Smash Bros. Ultimate is out now on Switch. Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin is planned for July 9.

As we reported a short while ago, Nintendo has released the new 12.0.0 update for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

The new 12.0.0 update for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate includes support for the Kazuya DLC and next round of Mii Fighter costumes. It also comes with a variety of fighter adjustments.

We now have the full patch notes for Smash Bros. Ultimate version 12.0.0. You can read them in full below.

Update: Patch notes have been posted here.


Original: Nintendo has started distribution of the newest update for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The game’s 12.0.0 patch is now accessible.

The latest update brings along support for Kazuya as the latest DLC character. A new Tekken stage and music tracks are included as well. Additionally, new Mii Fighter costumes can be purchased separately.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is gearing up for its latest event, which will be a tournament. Games from the 2010s will be featured. That means if a title was released between 2010 and 2019, related fighters and stages can appear in the tournament.

Look for this event to kick off on July 2. It will last for a total of three days.

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We have another set of screenshots for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. This time around, we have a closer look at the new Mii Fighter costumes: Lloyd Irving, Dragonborn, Dante, and Shantae.

Here’s the full set: