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Nintendo news (Nov. 27): Super Smash Bros. Ultimate / Super Mario Odyssey

Today’s Nintendo news: various tidbits for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, but also…

  • Super Mario Odyssey
  • Kirby Star Allies
  • Nintendo Live 2018
  • The Legend of Zelda Concert 2018
  • ARMS

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Here’s a the first countdown GIF for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate:

Also, the game will once again be featured in Famitsu magazine this week. Here’s some screenshots and preview pages:

Finally, here’s the recording of the special stage show featuring Yoiko at Nintendo Live 2018 in Kyoto:

Want some more footage? No problem! Here’s more recordings from Nintendo Live 2018:

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Switch) comes out on December 7th worldwide.

Source: Famitsu

Super Mario Odyssey

Yesterday, Christopher Dring from revealed that Super Mario Odyssey has now sold over 500 000 units in the United Kingdom (most likely digital-only). It’s the second Nintendo Switch game to do so in that country, following Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.

Source: Christopher Dring (Twitter)

Kirby Star Allies

Here’s the first countdown picture for the 3rd major update for Kirby Star Allies, releasing on November 29th/30th:

Source: HAL Laboratory (Twitter)

Nintendo Live 2018

Here’s the recordings of the various stage show with Yoiko at the Nintendo Live 2018 event in Kyoto:

And here’s more livestream recordings from Nintendo Live 2018:

The Legend of Zelda Concert 2018

Famitsu has shared their report about the Legend of Zelda Concert 2018 that was held last week in Japan (and more precisely the first performance in Tokyo). Here’s their pictures of the events:

Don’t forget that the performance on December 14th will be livestreamed (albeit, only for fans in Japan)!

Source: Famitsu


Last weekend, the first battle of the Party Crash Bash event took place, and Min Min ended up winning against Lola Pop with 56% of wins. Here’s the leaderboards:

Source: Nintendo (Twitter)


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