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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

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

Here’s an introduction:

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Smash Bros. Ultimate is going to have a ton of stages. At this point, evidence point to there being close to 100. The current count is at 84 or so.

With the amount of stages in the game, some had speculated that Smash Bros. Ultimate would possibly be bringing back all previous ones. As it turns out, however, that apparently isn’t the case.

At E3 a couple of weeks ago, Japanese magazine Famitsu participated in a press event with Nintendo’s Bill Trinen and Nate Bihldorff. One point brought up during a Q&A session is that not every stage will be returning. Unless we hear otherwise from someone else at Nintendo or director Masahiro Sakurai, that’s where thing stands. Yet with the amount of characters and stages that we know about, it’s hard to feel disappointed.


Nintendo has revealed the latest piece of music for Smash Bros. Ultimate. Included in the game will be a track from Snipperclips, a launch title for Switch. You can listen to it below.

Maki Kirioka made this new arrangement for Smash Bros. Ultimate. She previously worked on the Metal Gear Solid and Zone of the Enders franchises.

Once again, today’s Smash Bros. Ultimate website update is just another look at a returning veteran: Snake. Hopefully we’ll get to some actually new stuff soon!

Back by popular demand, Snake brings a ranged fighting style unlike any other fighter in the game. His Final Smash locks onto an opponent and fires five homing missiles.


Once again, today’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s website update is just a look at a returning veteran, Corrin:

Corrin was available as a downloadable fighter in the previous version of Super Smash Bros. This fighter uses all kinds of unique attacks, like Torrential Roar and Dragon Fang Shot. You can choose male or female versions!


The Nintendo UK store has opened pre-orders for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Additionally, you can reserve the new GameCube controller and related adapter. Everything can be found here.

Today’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate blog update unfortunately isn’t all that exciting or new. Just like yesterday with Link, it’s the (re-)introduction of a veteran – today, the focus is on the Ice Climbers, who are returning from Super Smash Bros. Brawl after missing out on Super Smash Bros. for 3DS & Wii U.

Back in the battle after a ten-year absence! There are two of them, so does that make them twice as strong as other fighters?

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:

Masahiro Sakurai

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:

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