Super Smash Bros. Ultimate: all the details, pictures, videos, etc. from the official Twitter account
For Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, Masahiro Sakurai himself shared new screenshots and details via Miiverse. We actually got a fair amount of brand new details about the games, including some that were not even mentioned in the various presentations (Nintendo Direct, E3, etc.). And for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, it looks like we’re getting daily updates on the official Super Smash Bros. account, in Japan.
It’s not clear if the tweets are from Masahiro Sakurai himself, or if they will be officially translated in English for the Nintendo of Europe and America Twitter accounts, though. In any case, we’re going to gather all the details, screenshots, and videos shared on the official Twitter account on this page, so you can find it all in one place (for convenience purposes)!
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Today’s fighter is Mewtwo, a Legendary Pokémon with rather technical moves. Skilled players can use Confusion or Disable as diversion, before landing a well placed Shadow Ball. It can transform into Mega Mewtwo Y when using its Final Smash, which allows it to fire a projectile that freezes and launches your opponents!
This week’s music track is “How to Play”, an original track from Super Smash Bros. Melee. The arrangement was done by Motoi Sakuraba!
And this week’s stage is Midgar, from Final Fantasy VII. You can grab the Summon Materia in order to summon powerful beings. Said summons can knock fighters out, and whoever summoned them will get the point(s) if that happens, so make sure to grab any Summon Materia you come across… because you can be sure your opponents will try to do the same!
Today’s item is another Assist Trophy: Tiki. As you already know if you’re a fan of the Fire Emblem series, Tiki is a Manakete, which means she can transform into a fire-breathing dragon using a Dragonstone. And believe it or not, she’s actually over 1 000 years old!
And today’s fighter is Roy, who requires you to get up close and personal if you want to deal lots of damage. The closer you get to the base of his blade, the more powerful his attacks get. When triggering his Final Smash, his sword bursts into flame and it sends flying anyone caught in the blast.
Today’s fighter is the one and only Bayonetta, a stylish Umbra Witch who holds guns in her hands… and on her legs. Her fighting style is known as Bullet Arts, and it’s pretty deadly! Using Witch Time, she can slow down her opponents for a few moments.
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Source: Super Smash Bros. (Twitter)