• SwitchArcade Round-Up: A Special Worldwide Splatfest, ‘Shantae and the Pirate's Curse: Collector's Edition', New Releases, Current Sales, and More

    6 days ago - By Touch Arcade

    Gentle readers, and welcome to the SwitchArcade Round-Up for December 6th, 2018. Is there ever a longer 24 hours than those before the release of a new Super Smash Bros. game? Maybe, but it sure doesn't feel like it right now! Between that and other releases, you've probably got your weekend settled, but what about today? Friends, I am powerless to control time, so all I can do is put a bunch of words to virtual paper and hope it helps you get through a few minutes of the day. Let's have at it!
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    The Next Splatfest Asks You to Choose Between ‘Super Smash Bros.' Heroes and Villains
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  • Super Smash Bros Ultimate: our review in progress of Nintendo's ultimate showdown

    Super Smash Bros Ultimate: our review in progress of Nintendo's ultimate showdown

    6 days ago - By Tech Radar

    Welcome to TechRadar's review-in-progress of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, on Nintendo Switch. After months of waiting, it's finally here. When Nintendo first announced its incoming Super Smash Bros. game back at E3 2018, many were convinced it would be a re-skin of the previous Wii U and 3DS versions (not that we wouldn't have bought it anyway). But don't be fooled: this is a brand new, fully-fledged entry in Nintendo's iconic crossover fighting series, and boy is it a big'un. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate packs in more fighters, more stages, more gameplay modes, and more tactical elements of...
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  • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate review-in-progress - Everyone's here, and you should be too

    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate review-in-progress - Everyone's here, and you should be too

    6 days ago - By VentureBeat

    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is an upgrade over the Wii U version of Nintendo's fighting game franchise in every conceivable way.
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  • Smash Bros. Ultimate review: The best fighting game on any Nintendo system

    Smash Bros. Ultimate review: The best fighting game on any Nintendo system

    6 days ago - By Ars Technica

    Enlarge / Five of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate 's 74 combatants. There's a lot to talk about-and a lot to love.
    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate isn't content being a merely "big" video game. Nintendo's latest mascot-fighter sequel seems determined to wallop you over the head with its enormity, even after establishing itself as an oversized package.
    It's not enough that the game ships with dozens of gaming-nostalgia icons. The big-name Nintendo mascots , the more obscure company wild cards , and the beloved third-party guests (Solid Snake, Sonic the Hedgehog, Final Fantasy VII 's Cloud)are all...
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