Even though Starfield is over, it’s back to the usual cycle of rumors now called Bloodborne, GTA 6 and Super Smash Bros. As for clockwork, everyone’s shaken their heads, wondering what could come next for the best-selling franchise. You ask what’s causing that frenzy? No other than Papa Genos, a Nintendo leaker, depending on who you ask, a messiah of truth or a conjurer of disappointment. There’s no point in the track record, but some info such as the Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl 2 leak and Metroid Prime Remaster are working with attention. With some loatheing his smug demeanor, others want to see if the rumors hold water.
The Nintendo Switch 2 will need a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and a Deluxe Ultimate edition will definitely be worth a watch.
Now, let’s get to her meat. Papa Genos has not long complained about a very vague claim, but it was pointed out that the franchise could be “returning sometime soon.” What new game is it? It is probably no longer possible. Masahiro Sakurai is vocal, saying that he didn’t even get an eye on a fresh installment. We’re real. But Sakurai sees Super Smash Bros. as his baby, a game that is tied to his identity. He is clearly convinced that it would be an herculean job to separate him from the franchise. Of course there isn’t any official peep from Nintendo, so we’re in the world of rumor and conjecture.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is a fairly simple encyclopedia that’s basically a video game crossover game. Nintendo had some really clear intentions about it. Do we get DLC on that? This idea might not be entirely completely off-topic. Mario Kart 8 got a big DLC, so why not smirk? And here’s the kicker. Fans are more than ready to splurge.
Whether it be added skin or crossover costumes, Nintendo is in a position where fans will want to throw money at every new content that the Super Smash Bros. franchise has released.
It is hard to say that Nintendo would have something to offer, such as placing Zelda (yes, the princess, not Link) in a Zero Suit like Samus Aran or seeing Donkey Kong in Mario’s hat and generals.
Eventually, it’s time to take the Mario Kart treatment and prolong it to a full-blown appeal.
Over the years we’ve seen so many new characters hit Super Smash Bros. This isn’t any better if it means they do, yet there’s no more reason for us to break out any more characters anymore.
This then translates to something that’s likely to happen – an Ultimate Deluxe edition for the next Nintendo console, which is exactly the same as the PlayStation 5.
This pack contains all fighters, stage DLC and updates, and perhaps even a new expansion fighter pass? It makes sense, at least. Smash Ultimate is too big, but it doesn’t allow for just a bit of an attack. If Mario Kart 8 can take a longer life, why not Super Smash Bros. Nevertheless, the game deserves an impressive encore, perhaps one like that.
The idea of an Ultimate Deluxe sounds fantastic, but it pushes the notion that this game will remain relevant for the next-gen Nintendo console. All of the roster and the DLC bundled in, with additional fighters slated for the future release, that title would be more than a rehashed version of a new system, and this would be a complete experience worth the hard work of the whole time. If this hypothetical Ultimate Deluxe still gives money away from Mii fighter costumes, then it’s the same as taking some basic customization and longevity of the game. That’s the right time, but even if we didn’t get an entirely new game, an upgraded edition would be a wonderful deal.
The next Nintendo console could be Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Deluxe.
But now only one, the ones that we have are riddles filled with mysteries – all over the world – or even even the words of Churchill. Every fan threw up for official announcements, and siped through leaks and rumors, and thought that this is the last time that the oracle uttered the truth.
On both sides, what we know is the fact that Super Smash Bros has a fan base that is ready for more. This franchise isn’t going anywhere if it’s a new game, a DLC, or whatever it is a game. He built a legacy, and whatever comes next will just add to his legend.