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E3 2018: GameCube Controllers Work In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate For Switch

E3 2018: GameCube Controllers Work In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate For Switch

The roster is the biggest in Smash Bros. history and caters to fans from every game in the past two decades. This all appears to emphasize Nintendo's burgeoning esports aspirations, with a list of ridiculous details clearly meant for a specific hardcore audience. The Switch version includes new features, like playing with multiple Switch consoles at the same time. There also seems to be a little influence from 1-2 Switch in the form of players sharing information outside of the game to win events. Nintendo ran the franchise into the ground during the Gamecube era, releasing four games in as many years to middling results.




As had already been spoiled via rumors, the hugely popular Fortnite Battle Royale mode is coming to Switch-as in, today, at 1pm ET, as Nintendo announced the game is going live at the Nintendo eShop. You'll also be able to play as a Goomba in Super Mario Party, so we'll have to wait and see what the full lineup looks like to see if you can play as any of the other minor characters as well. It's the first Mario Party console game since Mario Party 10 debuted on the Wii U in 2015. Once the field is set, the game begins, and players can move their characters between both Switches like it was one large screen.