Shocking Revelation: The Ultimate Super Smash Bros. Makeover You Won’t Believe for the Switch 2


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Masahiro Sakurai, the genius behind Super Smash Bros., is reaching his limits, and the future of the game is uncertain. He’s given his all to Smash Ultimate, even collapsing during development. While dehydration and dietary changes played a role, it’s clear that Sakurai may not have another Smash game in him.

With the anticipated launch of the Switch 2, Nintendo will want a new Smash game in development. Traditionally, Smash games release a couple of years into a console’s life cycle. If the Switch 2 arrives in 2024, a new Smash game might be ready for the 2025 holiday season. But what should this game look like?


The most straightforward option is to take the Deluxe route, like Mario Kart 8. Add a few new fighters and stages, label it “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Deluxe,” and call it a day. It wouldn’t disrupt Sakurai’s YouTube channel, and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe sales speak for themselves.

But here’s where it gets interesting. Nintendo should consider a more ambitious approach. The current roster is amazing, but some classic characters feel outdated. Mario, for example, needs an overhaul. He could incorporate Cappy from Super Mario Odyssey, along with other abilities he’s picked up over the years.

And it’s not just Mario; other characters need updates too. Daisy, Peach, Luigi – they could all benefit from new abilities inspired by recent games. Even Link, who got a boost from Breath of the Wild, could use Tears of the Kingdom abilities.

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The list goes on. Samus has some new tricks from Metroid Dread, Kirby can swallow cars whole, and Pokemon Trainer could shake up the roster. But it doesn’t stop there; some fighters need to be removed entirely.

Farewell to Captain Falcon, Fox, Ness, and others from a bygone era. It’s time for Splatoon’s Inkling, Animal Crossing’s Isabelle or Tom Nook, Pyra/Mythra from Xenoblade, and more to take center stage. And don’t forget about Waluigi!

In short, it’s time for a fresh start in the world of Smash Bros. While Mario and Link remain iconic, Nintendo has evolved, and so should Smash. Whether it’s a continuation of Ultimate or an entirely new game, change is on the horizon, and it may be the only way to let Sakurai go, even though Nintendo will undoubtedly want him on board.

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