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The Smash Bros. Blog has updated with its latest entry for Smash Bros. Ultimate. This time around, Link gets the focus.

Here’s an introduction for the character:

Following the reveal of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate last week, director Masahiro Sakurai wrote a new article for this week’s issue of Famitsu. This is one of his first columns about the new game included in the magazine.

In it, Sakurai talks about how the first proposal came about in late 2015, the game’s faster tempo, and much more. He also touched on how it was decided to build off of past mechanics, which in turn allowed for a larger roster.

We’ve prepared a full translation of the column below.

The Smash Bros. Blog has updated with two more entries for Smash Bros. Ultimate. Along with an Assist Trophy, we’re also able to listen to the latest music.

First up, a brief introduction for Bomberman:

After not updating for three days, the official Super Smash Bros. Ultimate website updated today. It got a total of three new posts, although none of them really introduce anything new. Mario gets a little introductory post, and the website talks a bit about the new Black Hole item and the Battlefield stage.


Community Effort Orlando (CEO) announced today on Twitter that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will be playable at their upcoming annual fighting game event. Taking place on June 29 – July 1 in Daytona Beach, Florida, attendees will get a chance to play the game at Nintendo’s booth.

Nintendo shared the gorgeous boxart for Smash Bros. Ultimate this week. It’s mostly the same around the world, though there is one exception from Germany.

For the most part, the packaging design is the same. However, there is one omission: Yoshi. The character is gone here due to a sizable USK rating logo taking up a good deal of the real estate. The logo is where Pikachu would be, but the character has been preserved and moved up slightly while Yoshi was taken off entirely.

Crimson Hexagon has shared an in-depth look at gaming buzz on social media from E3. Between June 10 and June 12 – the key days of the expo – over 4.5 million posts were made across online channels. Nintendo was one of the conversation leaders.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate apparently wasn’t the most-discussed game, but it was certainly up there. Crimson Hexagon’s data has it at #2.

Here’s a look at the most discussed games at E3 and best received titles:

The Super Smash Bros. Ultimate website published another small update. This one is about a new Pokeball Pokemon: Alolan Vulpix. It uses Icy Breath to freeze opponents in front of it.


Today’s update from the Super Smash Blog is a brief rundown of Daisy in Smash Bros. Ultimate. We have the full post below.

Today’s Fighter
#13ᵋ: Daisy
Her basic move set is the same as Peach’s, but this princess has her own unique personality. She’s known for being upbeat, energetic, and a bit of a tomboy.


Here’s a neat little tidbit about Sheik in Smash Bros. Ultimate. As it turns out, the design takes some inspiration from Zelda: Breath of the Wild. As shown in the image above, it centers around the Stealth Armor Set from that game.


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