Super Smash Bros Ultimate Review
Super Smash Bros Ultimate is a fighting game, for the Nintendo Switch, based around popular and well known characters across Nintendo and other games.
Super Smash Bros was introduced on Jan 21, 1999, for the Nintendo 64 and was made by Masahiro Sakurai. It originally started as a side idea that Nintendo was testing and this proved to be lucky since Mortal Kombat caused a huge increase in fighting games. This helped Super Smash Bros to rise and sell billions of copies across Japan. Then the game went over to the U.S. and became very popular where it was the fifth best selling game on the Nintendo 64.
Now, today, the game is even more popular than before with more characters added to it. At the start, it only had eight playable characters, but now has 72 playable characters and is still growing. Super Smash Bros Ultimate is the 5th title of the Smash series.
The main game mode “Fight” is what most people play online where it is multiplayer with other people that also play Super Smash Bros Ultimate. In “Fight” game mode it can involve up to eight players, or computer programmed players (CP’s), to fight each other.
There are a variety of maps the game has to offer for design or competition. In addition to that, you can customize the game to what you would like to play. This could include stage hazards, stage morphing, handicaps, items, and many more. Also, there is story mode, spirits, and challenges to complete for people wanting to do something more than just play the “Fight” game mode.
The fighters in Smash Bros Ultimate need to be balanced for competitive players and causal players. Nintendo has learned over time to make these fighters balanced so they won’t be unfair. Most characters are hard to master and takes time to learn how to play them effectively. This is very crucial for the game’s success.
Super Smash Bros Ultimate is a fantastic game that is very popular and very fun to play.
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