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December's Smash Bros. Ultimate includes every existing character, plus Ridley

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’ launches Dec. 7 exclusively for the Nintendo Switch

Check out the character reveal trailer above, and be sure to cop Super Smash Bros. Super Smash Bros. sucks the air out of the room for all other titles, and with next-to-nothing known about the upcoming Switch entry in the beloved series, expect this to be Nintendo's E3 2018 flagship.

The biggest video game conference of the year has just finished its publisher's stage conferences with the Nintendo E3 2018 Direct.

A few new additions to the roster have also been confirmed.

Nintendo got to close out E3, but it's hard to say whether or not it stood up to the competition.

If you missed anything out of the Nintendo E3 2018 Direct, we have you covered.

There are so many changes in Super Smash Bros. Breath of the Wild's Great Plateau Tower debuts as a new stage, and every environment in the game now has a Battlefield counterpart for hardcore players. Ultimate at its pre-E3 2018 presentation with a promise that the game included every previous character from the series. I absolutely hate it when fighting game characters cut characters. Smash Bros. is a game made for the Nintendo Switch and will doubtless be one of the biggest releases of the holiday period.

Nintendo stumbled with the Wii U, but its follow up console/portable hybrid has been a hit.

Nintendo did announce other games, we swear. You can play it exclusively on Switch in 2019.

"The developers have to feel like they have new creative ideas to bring any franchise to life in a new way", Charlie Scibetta, senior director of corporate communications for Nintendo of America told Player One. With Nintendo Switch, players can throw down whenever and wherever they like in Handheld or Tabletop mode while enjoying online play. You can use GameCube controllers and Melee techniques like directional air dodge and ideal shielding should up the technical game.

With the Switch, that's not an issue, and the company showed a long sizzle reel, showing off several games that are coming including Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, Starlink: Battle for Atlas, Megaman 11 and many more.

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