The Super Smash Bros. Ultimate 4.0 update arrives today, July 30, 2019! Find out what is included right here.
It looks like Nintendo of Europe made a quick oops when they accidentally tweeted the release date of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s 4.0 update.
Nintendo shocked gamers today by announcing not just one upcoming DLC character for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, but actually two!
Nintendo kicked off their E3 2019 festivities a few days early with a three-part tournament on Saturday, June 8. We have the full list of winners right here, as well as links to the videos of the finals for each tournament.
Labo VR functionality is coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate via a free 3.1 update. The update also includes additional amiibo support, including sending them on journeys and using them in Battle Arenas.
As we predicted last night on our podcast, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is about to get its 3.0 update, which…
Did Nintendo just leak a new mode for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate in their latest commercial?
With the launch of Ver. 2.0.0 of Super Smash Brothers Ultimate on January 29, multiple changes have been made to the game.
Smash Update 1.2.0 is live!
Sakurai has explained why Kirby was the lone survivor from Galeem in the brand new World of Light adventure mode in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
The final Smash Bros. Direct before the game launches on December 7, 2018. During the 40-minute presentation, we saw the complete list of 74 fighters coming at the game’s launch, details on Spirit Mode, all 59 Assist Trophies, info about upcoming DLC and amiibo, both local and online multiplayer features, and a small peak into the game’s adventure mode called “World of Light.” We have the entire video presentation and all the details right here!
Smash Direct for November 1st, 2018
Steve had an opportunity to play the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate on Nintendo Switch demo at Best Buy. Here are his quick first-impressions…
Nintendo earned some major bonus points for honoring Chris with his wish.
This morning, Nintendo had a quick Nintendo Direct focused solely on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate for Nintendo Switch. Not only did they announce several new fighters, they also brought us information on returning and new stages, modes, and music…