Nintendo Switch Calendar #1: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate micro-review

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Closing out the Advent Calendar is the least surprising Nintendo Switch review of all: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Happy Christmas to everyone, especially to those who regardless of this review he found a console under the tree Nintendo Switch with a copy of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The game is such a cornucopia of content that we are unable to discuss every single aspect of it. For what it’s worth, of course, we’ll try anyway. The only way to properly conclude the Advent Calendar it could just be the biggest videogame crossover ever, which it does from crossroads to a myriad of different series. Everything is then remixed with a gameplay that acts as a lowest common denominatortailoring where each character comes from with a hybrid of fighting game and platformer. If you want to learn more, we have plenty of guides on the subject.

The 25th and Final Review of the Nintendo Switch Calendar: Merry Christmas with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate!

The base game features a mass of contents out of every parameter, and the overview trailer we’ve included below shows all the features that the title presented on day one. This is already something that would have propelled the title to the top of the standings. To embellish the whole, however, is the support that Masahiro Sakurai and his talented team have subsequently provided to the game. The first updates have introduced new characters whose presence on Nintendo consoles was considered unthinkable, starting from Joker of Persona 5 and concluding with Sora from Kingdom Hearts, with the addition of post-launch modes such as the historic Home-Run Contest in which you throw away a punching bag and, above all, a editor to create both your own arenas and Mii Fighters to elevate to expert cosplayers.

If there is only one nitpicking, it is a pity that the “walking museum” aspect (words with which NRU described Super Smash Bros. Melee for GameCube in the early 2000s) is a little less with this title. But even here the complaints fail, because it is the exact opposite. Instead of having three-dimensional Trophies in our hands with encyclopedic descriptions of the subjects, we now have images of the characters with which to fight the cast members best suited to play them. There Adventure mode ties these clashes together, contributing to a collection of over thirteen hundred specimens. It must not be missing in your collection, with or without DLC, at any cost.

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