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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Review

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Review

Noah Holt, Staff Reporter

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is the newest installment on the Nintendo Switch family of games and is MASSIVE.
With 74 character, a story mode that I zoomed through in almost two full days, a Spirits mode, a bunch of solo player modes and a family tournament modes this game almost too much to complete in two days.
Every character and game mechanic is faster, more fluid, even cleaner looking and almost every new thing works. Even Online is working great with no lag, lost connection or lowering of frame rate.
The only thing that seemed to be lacking was the less cinematic story mode than in “Brawl” on the Wii and felt kind of long and vague, even for a fighting games story mode.
All-in-all, “Ultimate” is truly the ultimate Smash Bros. game to date and makes me excited to complete the rest of the game on my own. Thanks a ton to Max McCarthy for helping me complete this massive game! “Smash Bros. Ultimate” really is ULTIMATE!

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