Published: Tue, June 12, 2018
Technology | By Russell Knight

E3 2018: GameCube Controllers Work In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate For Switch

E3 2018: GameCube Controllers Work In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate For Switch

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is set to launch on December 7, exclusively for Nintendo Switch. The roster is the biggest in Smash Bros. history and caters to fans from every game in the past two decades.

The almost 25-minute long breakdown of characters, combat stages, fine-tuned combat maneuvers (like "short-hop attacks" and "perfect shield"), and "assist trophies" was so long, in fact, that the special began to feel less like a Nintendo Direct and more like a Smash Direct. The Switch version includes new features, like playing with multiple Switch consoles at the same time. Super Mario Party could take this to the next level with a bunch of mini-games that could appeal to several people with different skill levels. This title alone has the power to be one of the most interesting games at E3, provided that Nintendo keep going with the reveals and really give us a deep dive into the next entry in the series.

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One question that we don't know yet is whether the game will be only local multiplayer or if there will also be an online option that'll let players party with others around the world.

The show began with a segment of new game Daemon X Machina, an explosive mech battle game, from Marvelous Entertainment.

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