Super Smash Bros Ultimate has been ‘built from the ground up’

Ruben Fields
June 17, 2018

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Owners of the WiiU GameCube controller adaptor can breath a sigh of relief as it's been confirmed that it will work with the Switch for Super Smash Bros.

"Metroid Prime 4 [is] in development, progressing well", Fils-Aime said when asked about the absence of Prime 4. "We want to say here it is, here's when it's coming out, and get ready for it". The game reportedly debuted following tens of thousands of updates, from level-design tweaks to changes to look and feel of the characters.

Game Informer conducted an interview with senior product marketing manager for Nintendo America Bill Trinen and localization manager Nate Bihldorff in which they discussed a collection of topics, Smash Ultimate's status as a new entry among them.

E3 review: games and more games
Nintendo gave fans a tangible reason to get excited: You can actually count the number of days until its games are out. As more companies share E3 announcements, one thing we know for sure: this year's E3 is all about games.

The other games Nintendo highlighted during its presentation this year are also coming out relatively soon. Not counting the returning characters from the previously released Super Smash Bros. games there is also a larger number of people that believe that was simply a way of diverting attention for big reveals.

In contrast to the previous two titles, which focus on content, the "Super Mario Party" trailer pitches its game as a means for social interaction on a broader scale, much like the Switch was in the first place.

We hope you enjoy the show! Super Smash Bros. Ultimate includes every character the series has ever included, and Pokmon: Let's Go blends the exploration of Pokmon Go with the structure and battle system of the main role-playing games. We're not really complaining though, as the controller is still by far our preferred method to play.

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