While Link will definitely be a swordfighter in the new Smash Bros., it's possible we could see some of the mechanics from Breath of the Wild factor into the game. Link's weapons would wear down over time and eventually break after prolonged use. It would be amazing if this jumped over to Super Smash Bros., which would mean that Link couldn't spam one move or risk losing his weapons and end up vulnerable. … [Read more...] about What Characters Appear in the Super Smash Bros for Nintendo Switch Trailer?
The trailer was short, but very sweet. We saw the two Inklings from Splatoon having a quick skirmish, and at that point everyone was convinced that the Nintendo Direct was concluding with another Splatoon announcement. Then everything fades to black and -- oh God -- there it was. A giant, flaming Smash Bros. symbol. … [Read more...] about Super Smash Bros. Announced for Nintendo Switch
0commentsFurther information on the game is currently pretty scarce. What we do know is the two inklings from Splatoon are likely characters, seeming they featured last night in the announcement trailer. But other than that, we don't know much. At least for now. Fingers crossed Nintendo brings some Super Smash. Bros. heat to E3 later this year. … [Read more...] about Super Smash Bros. Creator Masahiro Sakurai is Working on Nintendo Switch Version
There is one, primary, logical argument for this Smash Bros. being a port, and it's this: No one bought a Wii U. The Nintendo Switch in its first year has already surpassed the Wii U's lifetime sales. Smash Bros. on Wii U was and is a fantastic game, and it never saw a fraction of the audience it deserves, so the question could be asked, "Why pour million into development of a new Smash when you could bring over a fantastic, existing game, with new characters, for a fraction of the cost?" The game would be "new" to most people, right? … [Read more...] about Is Super Smash Bros. Switch a Port or a New Game?
The Nintendo Switch Lite can play almost every game in the Nintendo Switch library, though it doesn't come with detachable Joy-Cons. You'll need to buy them separately for certain games, such as Ring Fit Adventure and 1-2-Switch. The Switch Lite also can't dock and output to a TV, so you'll be restricted to using it in handheld mode. It doesn't feature a kickstand either, so if you want to use it in tabletop mode, you'll need a controller and kickstand accessory--check out GameSpot's choices for the best Switch accessories in 2020. … [Read more...] about Nintendo Switch Lite Coral Now Available To Pre-Order