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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate for the Nintendo Switch brings back every fighter in the history of the series, adds newcomers and over 100 stages, and introduces a new adventure mode called "World of Light''.

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A powerful & unknown enemy has attacked - and won. Hundreds of video game characters from past Nintendo games have been turned to spirits by Galeem and his army of Master Hands. Only Kirby has escaped the initial attack, riding a star. Now Kirby must venture by himself and discover the nature of the World of Light, as he attempts to free the other fighters, which have been turned into mindless puppets by Galeem. Written by bruvicbru2003

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Another fantastic addition to the Super Smash Bros. franchise
6 February 2019 | by Farlo123See all my reviews

Just like the previous Smash Bros. games, it does not disappoint. So many characters and stages... Playing everything on random never bores me. However, there's two things i dislike about this game... First of all, why did they remove Stage Builder? It's one of the best things in Brawl and Smash 4 and there's no reason to remove it. I'm honestly sad that it's not included anymore. And second, the new Final Smashes... Why are they all so damn short now?? And why did they change Meta Knight's FS, which was already short (and also pretty cool), into yet another Great Aether? And why can't we control Super Sonic, Giga Bowser, Wario Man, Octopus or Giga Mac anymore? The only changed FS i like is Yoshi's one (It's hilarious). There's also a few minor things that i don't understand like taunts and some victory themes (rip Yoshi and Ice Climbers) being shorter now too and Marth and Roy suddenly speaking English... But besides that, it's still a fantastic and fun game. I just hope that if there's ever going to be another Smash game that they will bring back Stage Builder and normal Final Smashes...


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