It’s been a few months since the last big Nintendo Direct, and what better way to begin the onslaught of the last few months of the year than a look into what Nintendo has on offer for the rest of 2019 and beyond. This is the Nintendo Direct Recap for
Merely a few months after their big E3 info blowout, Nintendo announced a new Nintendo Direct focusing on the upcoming Super Smash Bros Ultimate. The nearly 30 minute Direct had quite a few surprises and several tidbits of information. The Direct starts of with a pre-rendered video of Luigi with
Take a look at several screens and the hefty 25 minute trailer for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will be released on December 7th on the Nintendo Switch.
Before the recent release of Smash Bros for the Wii U, and with the 3DS release in close tow, many were understandably wondering exactly what the home console capacities would bring to the title. With a delightful stereoscopic 3D setup and a 2x anti-aliasing filter, the 3DS release was efficiently utilizing
The excitement was palpable. My copy of SSB still exuding the odour of fresh plastic, the cartridge sliding almost autonomously into its place with a satisfying click. In peals of unrepentant acclamation, the frame of thought most indigenous to all die-hard Nintendo fans, I ran, skipped and sauntered to my local Gamestop
Captain Falcon a Super Smash Bros vet returns but is accompanied by two newcomers Lucina & Robin both from the Fire Emblem series. Falcon is no suprise but Lucina & Robin bump the Fire emblem cast’s final tally up to four (including Marth & Ike) which is pretty surprising considering
An alleged Super Smash Bros. Wii U character screen suggests a full and final roster of warriors to enter the battle. Currently there have been 29 characters revealed within the title including newcomers like Greninja, The Villager, Little Mac, and more. The leaked screenshot below adds about 10 more characters
Diddy Kong will be joining a growing cast of fighters in the latest Super Smash Bros for Wii U and 3DS. Diddy Kong made his original Smash debut with Super Smash Bros Brawl; he was an annoying character who was fast and could make fighting very slippery… Although Super Smash
The latest brawl to end them all, Super Smash Bros Wii U / 3DS, has a new fighter, Little Mac. Little Mac from the Punch Out series puts his fist to the test against many others including Bowser, Megaman, Mario, Lucario, and more! Check out the reveal trailer below.
That’s right the king has returned. King Dedede returns and receives a huge visual face lift as you can see from the screens below. We also get to see what he looks like on the 3DS. Catch Super Smash Bros. 3DS/ Wii U later this year.
There are going to be a ton of Princesses in the new Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS. Zelda joins the battle as revealed by the official Smash Bros website in a set of new screenshots. Rosalina and Princess Peach are going to have their work cut out
Sonic is joining the new Super Smash Bros for Wii U and 3DS. In his returning appearance since Super Smash Bros Brawl, Sonic retains his familiar move set but is likely to show off new enhancements in future gameplay videos. Overall the new Super Smash Bros looks slower than Brawl