Remember Another World? It's getting a re-release on the Nintendo Switch

Alonzo Simpson
March 10, 2018

A new Super Smash Bros. is coming to Switch this year, Nintendo has announced.

The Nintendo Switch has now been out for a little over a year, and fans are still spending quite a lot of time on it.

An appetite-whetting video has been released with both Mario and Link from Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild making appearances.

Super Smash Bro.s Switch is all-star fighter which sees characters and worlds from practically every Nintendo franchise come together in a single fighting game. Unique to Nintendo Switch, Okami HD will offer new functionality for the Celestial Brush, taking advantage of the Nintendo Switch system's touchscreen and motion-control support to create intuitive new ways to solve puzzles and defeat foes.

The GameCube's original Luigi's Mansion will join its sequel on 3DS, meanwhile, bringing in refreshed graphics and a boss rush mode.

Nintendo Switch's first year on the market wildly overachieved everyone's expectations, even Nintendo's!

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We are not sure if this is a new version of the game altogether or just an updated version of the Super Smash Bros.

If that is not enough, the video ends with the person going back to the home screen revealing the home menu of the Nintendo Switch. In addition to the basic swing types, Nintendo is also introducing Zone Shot, a special move that lets you use motion controls to aim your shot precisely.

We can tell you what we do know, however.

Screenshots and box art leaked, and it seems like this time around Aces will be a more serious game compared to the more casual Tennis games, like Wii U's Mario Tennis Ultra Smash.

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