Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
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Developer(s) Bandai Namco Studios
Sora Ltd.
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Designer(s) Masahiro Sakurai
Platform(s) Nintendo Switch
Release date(s) WW December 7, 2018
Genre(s) Fighting, Platform
Modes Single player,
Multiplayer
Ratings ACB: PG
CERO: A
ESRB: E10+
PEGI: 12
Input methods Joy-Cons, Nintendo Switch Pro Controller, GameCube controller

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is a fighting game for the Nintendo Switch. Announced in a teaser trailer at the end of a Nintendo Direct on March 8th, 2018, the game was released worldwide on December 7th, 2018. It is the fifth instalment in the Super Smash Bros. series (sixth if both versions of Super Smash Bros. 4 are counted as separate).

All previous playable Super Smash Bros. characters return in this instalment, alongside numerous newcomers. Seven new stages are in the game, with more being added via DLC. In addition to this, over 90 past stages from previous games return as well. The game features several gameplay changes from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, such as the return of directional air dodging, Wavelanding, new perfect shield mechanics, and overall faster gameplay.

It also introduced numerous new modes, such as Spirits, and the World of Light adventure mode.

Characters[edit]

Mario SSBU.png Donkey Kong SSBU.png Link SSBU.png Samus SSBU.png Dark Samus SSBU.png
Mario Symbol.png 01.Mario Donkey Kong Symbol.png 02.Donkey Kong Zelda Symbol.png 03.Link Metroid Symbol.png 04.Samus Metroid Symbol.png 04ε.Dark Samus
Yoshi SSBU.png Kirby SSBU.png Fox SSBU.png Pikachu SSBU.png Luigi SSBU.png
Yoshi Symbol.png 05.Yoshi Kirby Symbol.png 06.Kirby Star Fox Symbol.png 07.Fox Pokemon Symbol.png 08.Pikachu Mario Symbol.png 09.Luigi
Ness SSBU.png Captain Falcon SSBU.png Jigglypuff SSBU.png Peach SSBU.png Daisy SSBU.png
Earthbound Symbol.png 10.Ness F-Zero Symbol.png 11.Captain Falcon Pokemon Symbol.png 12.Jigglypuff Mario Symbol.png 13.Peach Mario Symbol.png 13ε.Daisy
Bowser SSBU.png Ice Climbers SSBU.png Sheik SSBU.png Zelda SSBU.png Dr. Mario SSBU.png
Mario Symbol.png 14.Bowser Ice Climbers Symbol.png 15.Ice Climbers Zelda Symbol.png 16.Sheik Zelda Symbol.png 17.Zelda Mario Symbol.png 18.Dr. Mario
Pichu SSBU.png Falco SSBU.png Marth SSBU.png Lucina SSBU.png Young Link SSBU.png
Pokemon Symbol.png 19.Pichu Star Fox Symbol.png 20.Falco FireEmblem Symbol.png 21.Marth FireEmblem Symbol.png 21ε.Lucina Zelda Symbol.png 22.Young Link
Ganondorf SSBU.png Mewtwo SSBU.png Roy SSBU.png Chrom SSBU.png Mr. Game & Watch SSBU.png
Zelda Symbol.png 23.Ganondorf Pokemon Symbol.png 24.Mewtwo FireEmblem Symbol.png 25.Roy FireEmblem Symbol.png 25ε.Chrom Game & Watch Symbol.png 26.Mr. Game & Watch
Meta Knight SSBU.png Pit SSBU.png Dark Pit SSBU.png Zero Suit Samus SSBU.png Wario SSBU.png
Kirby Symbol.png 27.Meta Knight Kid Icarus Symbol.png 28.Pit Kid Icarus Symbol.png 28ε.Dark Pit Metroid Symbol.png 29.Zero Suit Samus Wario Symbol.png 30.Wario
Snake SSBU.png Ike SSBU.png Pokemon Trainer SSBU.png Diddy Kong SSBU.png Lucas SSBU.png
Metal Gear Symbol SSBU.png 31.Snake FireEmblem Symbol.png 32.Ike Pokemon Symbol.png 33-35.Pokémon Trainer Donkey Kong Symbol.png 36.Diddy Kong Earthbound Symbol.png 37.Lucas
Sonic SSBU.png King Dedede SSBU.png Olimar SSBU.png Lucario SSBU.png R.O.B. SSBU.png
Sonic Symbol.png 38.Sonic Kirby Symbol.png 39.King Dedede Pikmin Symbol.png 40.Olimar Pokemon Symbol.png 41.Lucario R.O.B. Symbol.png 42.R.O.B.
Toon Link SSBU.png Wolf SSBU.png Villager SSBU.png Mega Man SSBU.png Wii Fit Trainer SSBU.png
Zelda Symbol.png 43.Toon Link Star Fox Symbol.png 44.Wolf Animal Crossing Symbol.png 45.Villager Mega Man Symbol.png 46.Mega Man Wii Fit Symbol.png 47.Wii Fit Trainer
Rosalina & Luma SSBU.png Little Mac SSBU.png Greninja SSBU.png Mii Fighter SSBU.png Palutena SSBU.png
Mario Symbol.png 48.Rosalina & Luma PunchOut Symbol SSB4.png 49.Little Mac Pokemon Symbol.png 50.Greninja Smash Bros Symbol.png 51-53.Mii Fighter Kid Icarus Symbol.png 54.Palutena
Pac-Man SSBU.png Robin SSBU.png Shulk SSBU.png Bowser Jr. SSBU.png Duck Hunt SSBU.png
Pac-Man Symbol.png 55.Pac-Man FireEmblem Symbol.png 56.Robin XenobladeSymbol.png 57.Shulk Mario Symbol.png 58.Bowser Jr. Duck Hunt Symbol.png 59.Duck Hunt
Ryu SSBU.png Ken SSBU.png Cloud SSBU.png Corrin SSBU.png Bayonetta SSBU.png
Street Fighter Symbol.png 60.Ryu Street Fighter Symbol.png 60ε.Ken Final Fantasy Symbol.png 61.Cloud FireEmblem Symbol.png 62.Corrin Bayonetta Symbol.png 63.Bayonetta
Inkling SSBU.png Ridley SSBU.png Simon Belmont SSBU.png Richter Belmont SSBU.png King K. Rool SSBU.png
Splatoon Symbol.png 64.Inkling Metroid Symbol.png 65.Ridley Castlevania Symbol.png 66.Simon Castlevania Symbol.png 66ε.Richter Donkey Kong Symbol.png 67.King K. Rool
Isabelle SSBU.png Incineroar SSBU.png Piranha Plant SSBU.png Joker SSBU.png 150px
Animal Crossing Symbol.png 68.Isabelle Pokemon Symbol.png 69.Incineroar Mario Symbol.png 70DLC.Piranha Plant Persona Symbol.png 71DLC.Joker 30px 72DLC,/sup>.Hero
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30px 73DLC,/sup>.Banjo & Kazooie

Content from the Animal Crossing series[edit]

Playable characters[edit]

As the game features all previous playable characters, Villager has returned. Villager is nearly identical in appearance to his iteration in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, but features a more subdued color scheme and several animation changes. Villager received several gameplay changes including the ability to see pocketed items and the ability to pocket items using the net.

Furthermore, Isabelle makes her debut as a playable character, after having been an Assist Trophy in the previous game. Some of her moves are similar to the Villager's, but the majority of her moves are unique to her.

Stages[edit]

Smashville, Tortimer Island, and Town and City all make a reappearance in this instalment. All stages are now able to be turned into Battlefield and Ω forms. These forms turn the stage's geometry into that of Battlefield and Final Destination respectively. A function that turns off stage hazards is also present, which changes some of the properties of most stages, including all of the Animal Crossing stages.

Items[edit]

The Beehive and Pitfall seed make their return from the previous instalment. The fruit that grows on Tortimer Island and the wood chip produced from Villager's down special also return.

Additionally, Kapp'n is one of the many new additions to the roster of characters that appear as an Assist Trophy. When summoned, he will get in his bus and drive across the stage, occasionally jumping up into the air. Kapp'n will pick up any fighters that get in his way, and take them past the blast lines, resulting in a K.O.

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