Special edition of 'Smash Ultimate' comes with a GameCube controller

Special edition of 'Smash Ultimate' comes with a GameCube controller

Special edition of 'Smash Ultimate' comes with a GameCube controller

Luigi has seen his share of spooks in haunted mansions, but Wednesday's Super Smash Bros.

Luigi first appeared in the original Mario Bros arcade game in 1983, and has since been a vital part of most Super Mario franchises, including Super Mario Bros, Mario Kart, Smash Brothers, Mario Tennis and Mario Party. Dracula's Castle is the new stage, which spawns items from candlesticks and features appearances from Castlevania bosses including Dracula, and 34 songs from the series.

As revealed at the very end of the presentation, you'll also be able to play as King K. Rool from the Donkey Kong Country games. Simon Belmont and King K. Rool are coming as brand new fighters, while Richter Belmont, Chrom, and Dark Samus are joining as Echo Fighters. Besides a new stage based on an actual grid that helps measure distance, it can also transition into a Battlefield-style stage complete with platforms. Ultimate Limited Edition will contain a physical copy of the game, a Super Smash Bros.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate releases for the Nintendo Switch this December 7.

Bearing all of this in mind, it's safe to say Super Smash Bros.

In Smash Bros Ultimate, players will have 103 stages to choose from, which is nearly double the amount found on Smash Bros Wii U. You'll also be able to turn on "stage morphing", which will show the stage switch out with a new one in the middle of a match. Ultimate, but there are new stages in the mix as well. You can choose to stack all of the echo fighters or have them display separately on the character select screen. Ultimate, the Belmonts come rushing through to save the day, revealing their inclusion in Smash Bros.

Fans of the classic game recognised "Bloody Tears" and "Monster Dance" as sound tracks from the NES title Castlevania II: Simon's Quest, which suggested protagonist Simon Belmont will become the new fighter. Though it's fairly simple, it's also quite a bit different from the other two standard modes, which focus on earning points through knock outs. The amount of content that's here, whether it's all of the characters, stages, assist trophies, or even music, borders on absurd. Ultimate amiibo, as well as a special Limited Edition package containing a GameCube controller and adapter.

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