Super Smash Bros. coming to the Nintendo Switch later this year
Mar 11 2018 by Michele Stevens
This week, at its Nintendo Direct, The Big N went out in style, ending with a dramatic teaser for an upcoming title in the crazy-popular fighting series, Super Smash Bros. immediately sending the gaming internet into total meltdown.
Suddenly, one of the characters turns around to see famous Nintendo characters Link and Mario standing behind her. A spin-off of No More Heroes, a series that appeared on Nintendo's Wii, will also be released for Switch in 2018, with the title Travis Strikes Again. They are Yoshi, Pit, Donkey Kong, Princess Peach, Ness, Marth, Sheik, Pikachu, Kirby, Samus Aran, Bowser, Fox, Captain Falcon, and Wario.
Give these a watch and let us know how hype you were when you first heard about Super Smash Bros. 5.
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Forbes' Paul Tassi, meanwhile, went on to speculate new characters that may be added to the Super Smash Bros. roster. It will likely be the most highly anticipated new Switch game since the console was released. Among the more interesting suggestions are Twintelle from ARMS and Crash from Crash Bandicoot, who will be making his way to the Nintendo Switch with Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy. Soon, Super Smash Brothers's working title will be a thing of the past.
When Inkling's eye revealed a small, flaming Super Smash Bros. symbol, onlookers all over the world surged with disbelieving excitement, and proceeded to lose their minds.