Super Smash Bros Coming to Nintendo Switch Lineup

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Nintendo teases the return of 'Super Smash Bros'

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. Super Smash Bros is a huge fans' favorite and enjoys a thriving competitive scene. "These games contain a solid mix of first-party franchises starring some of Nintendo's most recognizable characters, acclaimed third-party titles and promising indies".

Along with the above, there will be many games coming from third party developers, including Square Enix, Capcom, Grasshopper Manufacture, From Software and Ubisoft so it's going to be a great year for Nintendo Switch owners.

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We didn't receive confirmation of whether this new release would be a port, tweaked remake, or an original Smash title.

Masahiro Sakurai, the creator of the Super Smash Bros. series, confirmed that he is working on the Nintendo Switch version of the franchise.

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We do not know if this new game is the new version of Super Smash Bros or is it a brand new game.

Other new games announced for the Nintendo Switch included Undertale, Crash Bandicoot Trilogy, Okami, Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, Little Nightmares, Hyrule Warriors and the latest South Park game, all of which have been playable on other consoles for a year or more.

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