Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Simon Belmont & King K. Rool Reveal Trailer

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Simon Belmont & King K. Rool Reveal Trailer

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Nintendo made a whole bunch of announcements during today's Smash Bros Ultimate Direct, including revealing brand new characters such as everyone's favorite monarch, King K. Rool.

Freshly announced assist trophies include some beloved characters like Knuckles from the Sonic universe, and some terrifying foes like the moon from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask and a Rathalos from the Monster Hunter franchise. The new Dracula's Castle stage is pretty awesome, too, with tons of bosses from throughout the series along with a whopping 34 arranged music tracks.

The Direct ended for the day with a final trailer, announcing the arrival of Donkey Kong's arch-rival, King K. Rool.

Echo Fighters: Richter Belmont wasn't the only Echo Fighter revealed - we're also getting Chrom from the Fire Emblem series (an echo of Roy) and Dark Samus (I think you can guess who she's an echo of).

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But, it looks like there are still some juicy details coming to the surface, like this limited edition Super Smash Bros.

Previously it was suggested that despite including every character from the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, but it wouldn't be hard to also sneak in a new Switch exclusive Castlevania annoucement as well. Ultimate. It was an exciting reveal as the classic Castlevania score coupled with iconic Belmont fighting styles filled the stream. Smash Bros. Ultimate will feature 103 stages from the beginning, and will also allow for you to turn off stage hazards. Richter Belmont, a descendant of Simon Belmont and the star of his own Castlevania games, also joins the Super Smash Bros.

Tourney Mode - Exactly what it sounds like - play through tournaments with up to 32 players!

The launch rate of characters when they're hit by most moves has been greatly increased. He's written about local government, food, nightlife, Korean culture, craft beer, cycling trails, land preservation, video games and more.

He's been widely requested from Smash players for quite a while, but Nintendo waited for their Super Smash Bros.

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