Super Smash Bros.: Ultimate Gaming Series For Nintendo

Super Smash Bros.: Ultimate Gaming Series For Nintendo

   Super Smash Bros. is a series of fighting video games available on Nintendo switch. Currently, there are four versions of Super Smash Bros. The 5th edition named the Super Smash Bros. ultimate will be launching in December 2018 for all Nintendo switch models. Super Smash Bros. has specific gameplay. The objectives of this series are basically fighting and knocking your opponent off. You complete in a number of modes in this series of the game. This makes Super Smash Bros a complete entertainment package, for both children and adults who love to play games on the Nintendo switch.

Initially, the first Super Smash Bros was launched with a small budget in Japan itself. Even after being targeted for Japan, the game spread to other parts of the world because of its amazing gameplay. The later versions of Super smash bros saw a successful worldwide release. There are various characters in this series which is owned by popular Nintendo franchises like Mario, Fox, Pikachu etc. The 5th edition of Super Smash Bros, the Super Smash Bros. ultimate, will have more playable characters and a number of new features that would increase the popularity further.

1. Super Smash Bros.

This was introduced to the Nintendo 64 model, back in 1999. There are exactly 8 characters like Mario, Link, Yoshi, and Pikachu. Additionally, there were four characters that could be unlocked by achieving certain levels in the game. In which match you have to choose a player. Moreover, you can play with up to 4 players in the multiplayer mode. There were two versions in the initial version of Super Smash Bros. In the first one, the winner was selected on the basis of the number of KOs, while in the other mode, winners were decided when either of the players was eliminated due to depleted life. There are nine playable stages in the multiplayer mode. Eight stages are played with the initial 8 characters, whereas, the final stage had the four unlocked characters.

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2. Super Smash Bros. Melee

This version was launched in May 2001. It added 26 characters, out of which 15 were available initially and others were unlocked on different stages. Super Smash Bros. Melee also introduced trophies for profiles depending upon the playable characters and achievements in single player mode. It added different game modes like battle modes, which allowed a different kind of battles.

3. Super Smash Bros. Brawl

This version was launched worldwide in 2008. The number of characters went up gradually. Super Smash Bros. Brawl had 39 playable characters and 41 stages. The game had a number of modes featuring a unique character storyline. You get the option to play in both single and multiplayer mode.

4. Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U

This version was launched in 2013 with 58 characters. Characters adult life to the game. Each character has its own unique storyline. Moreover, it was one of the best selling games for Nintendo at that time. The number of players and different stages along with new characters attracted a mass population to buy Super Smash Bros. The best part of this version was that cross-compatibility with each other was introduced.

5. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

This is the latest and 5th version of Super Smash Bros. It was launched in December 2018. We witnessed a great launch of this version live on YouTube. A number of matches were played live before the game was officially released for public. It is released for all versions of Nintendo. the number of characters has been increased for attracting more and more game. The winners are selected based on the best performance between different modes. It is a complete bundle pack entertainment for gamers.  Moreover, controls have been greatly simplified compared to other fighting games.

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