Super Smash Bros. Is Finally Coming To Nintendo Switch This Year

Neo Atlas 1469 Sails Westward on Nintendo Switch This April

Neo Atlas 1469 Sails Westward on Nintendo Switch This April

Nintendo spent a lot of time filling out the library of the Switch and talking about 3DS games that will probably do well without lighting the world on fire; it's not like Captain Toad has wide appeal outside of Nintendo diehards.

However, only the Super Smash Bros Brawl on the Wii contains a non-Nintendo character, Solid Snake, which is originally from Konami's Metal Gear video game series.

Most of these names for the new Super Smash Bros. game for Switch should come as no surprise, especially since the majority of them have been included in the franchise since its inception.

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Capcom is too cheap to release it physically on Switch, even though they had no issues releasing it physically on the xbox one, ps3, ps4 and wii.

Following its announcement in this week's Nintendo Direct, series creator Masahiro Sakurai confirmed via Twitter that he is indeed working on the next Smash Bros. game coming for the Switch later this year. In the distance, we could see the outline of what appeared to be the Smash Bros Switch roster. Hopefully by E3 we'll get confirmation on whether this is simply a port or not.

However, the game's multi-player mode was the real draw. It seems all but certain that the Splatoon characters will be part of the new game, and it appears there will be a new version of Link from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild as well. There's been plenty of speculation as to who is part of the lineup but outside of some obvious additions like Donkey Kong, Samus and Bowser the rest are hard to figure out. Look at how they treated RE Rev 1&2 on the Switch, and look at how they're releasing MM Legacy Collections where you have to download the other half of the collection rather than it being on the same cartridge. Do you think it's a port? The last outing on Wii U was arguably the best we've seen yet, bringing with it a truly staggering roster of fighters and stages.

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