Published: Sat, March 10, 2018
Technology | By Christopher Mann

Super Smash Bros. is coming to Switch

Super Smash Bros. is coming to Switch

Revealed during the last Nintendo Direct, little is known of this upcoming Nintendo Switch exclusive. Most notable here is the close up we get of Link, who appears to be Link from Breath of the Wild.

Later this year will see the release of Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo Switch according to a recent announcement from Nintendo made at this week's Nintendo Direct.

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Super Smash Bros. on the Wii U had 58 playable characters (including those featured in DLCs) and 55 stages.

Nintendo should confirm the release date for Mario Tennis Aces that was leaked for June 22. We are certain this will be the definitive version of the game released on 3DS and Wii U. The announcement says that the game will be coming sometime this year in the trailer.

A few months later, the Switch will be getting one of its most anticipated games.

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We'd love to see some Arms characters too, if Nintendo is listening!

According to the Japanese games giant, Gold Points are awarded based on 5% of the amount you pay, meaning the more money you commit to digital games, the more you'll be able to claim back via the service. On Twitter, Nintendo explained that it will push out a system update soon to fix the playtime glitch so that the Switch will again show the correct number of days since a game was first played. Then, the Super Smash Bros. logo with a crowd of combatants in darkness standing below it. Also, Dillon's Dead-Heat Breakers, an action-tower defense entry in the Dillon's Rolling Western series, will arrive on 24 May, while enhanced port Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr's Journey will release in 2019. It will include the same content that came out for PS4 gamers past year which is the first three games in the series remade with a better looking graphics engine.

Yesterday's news of Undertale coming to Nintendo Switch was notable for more than just the fan-favorite game being ported to the platform.

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