Nintendo has delivered glorious colors over the years. Who could forget the Nintendo 64 and Game Boy Color in Atomic Purple? How about these amazing colors for the 2DS XL? Or my personal favorite because I actually own one -- the Japan exclusive Ice Blue DS Lite.But when it came time for a new gamepad to celebrate the upcoming release of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate for the … [Read more...] about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has its own Pro gamepad, but it’s lazy
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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is not a retro game. It’s the opposite. We’re months away from its December 7 release for the Switch. But Nintendo’s upcoming fighting game gives retro gamers a great gift: It shows us what could have been with some of favorite characters. Earlier this month, Nintendo revealed Simon Belmont from Castlevania and King K. Rool from … [Read more...] about The RetroBeat: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate gives neglected characters life
Nintendo announced during its Nintendo Direct stream that King K. Rool, the villain from the Donkey Kong Country series, will be a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate comes out for the Switch on December 7. It’s one of the system’s biggest releases for the year, making it a huge part of Nintendo’s holiday strategy. … [Read more...] about King K. Rool from Donkey Kong Country joins Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
There's a family feud within the Super Smash Bros. franchise.On one side are fans of the 17-year-old Super Smash Melee, which offers a fast-paced and intense experience. On the other is 2014's Super Smash Bros. for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS (also known as Smash 4), boasting a slower pace that lets you adapt to and outsmart your opponent. While I enjoy both games, I tend to … [Read more...] about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is Nintendo’s biggest push into esports
The Nintendo Switch is experiencing a bit of a lull at the moment. Following the console’s inaugural year, which included the huge hits Super Mario Odyssey and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, fans have had to settle for only a handful of new games. Those have included a few fresh releases, like Mario + Rabbids and Kirby Star Allies, and some welcome enhanced Wii … [Read more...] about The Nintendo Switch has an eclectic summer lineup to keep you busy until Super Smash Bros.