Super Smash Bros. Ultimate: Every detail from E3 2018

CNET | 6/14/2018 | Morgan Little
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Brace yourselves.

Every single Smash Bros. character is headed to the Nintendo Switch with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, coming to stores December 7, 2018. During its E3 2018 live stream, Nintendo not only revealed that Ultimate will bring together the series' entire roster to date, but that a multitude of new stages and old ones, along with character tweaks and updates, would be coming to the latest Smash Bros. entry.

Surprise - Look - Super - Smash - Bros

We got our first surprise look at the new Super Smash Bros. during what seemed to be a normal Nintendo Direct video March 8, before a giant Super Smash logo appeared in the sky and set fans ablaze.

With that, Nintendo revealed what could be the single most-anticipated title for the Switch, and after getting the a comprehensive breakdown from Nintendo at E3 2018, we now know a lot more about what looks like the biggest entry in the Smash Bros. franchise to date.


What is Smash Bros. and why is everyone freaking out?

Nintendo - Nintendo - Console - Game - Obscure

Since the Nintendo 64, every Nintendo console has featured a game in which beloved (or obscure) Nintendo characters beat each other senseless. In what ended up being one of the smartest moves in its game development history, Nintendo's decision to make a less-technical fighting game resulted in tens of millions of sales. Seriously, the Wii Smash Bros. alone sold more than 13 million copies.

Whether fostering a competitive community or highlighting characters beyond Nintendo's familiar stable (Solid Snake, we're looking at you), Smash Bros. has been a series that both casual gamers and the Nintendo faithful can both enjoy. Particularly since the Gamecube's Super Smash Bros. Melee, the series has taken a number of left turns and included tons of unexpected characters, creating even more excitement.

Fans - Decisions - Series - Director - Masahiro

Even when fans disagree with some of the decisions made by the series' director Masahiro Sakurai,...
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