Super Smash Bros Switch: 10 Ways Nintendo Can Learn From Their Best Games
October 12, 2017 - Super Smash Bros
Nintendo have been on a hurl lately, pumping out genre-defining masterpieces like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of a Wild, while pitter-patter adult expectation for large holiday hitters like Super Mario Odyssey. The Nintendo Switch has taken a universe by storm, there’s no doubt about that, though a large N has been conspicuously still about one of a many dear franchises – Super Smash Bros.
Each Smash pretension brings with it an collection of new characters and stages from all kinds of Nintendo games and whatever diversion comes subsequent in a venerable array isn’t expected to change that. It’s usually been dual and a half years given Smash Bros graced a Wii U (and 3DS), though during that time, a really opposite Nintendo has emerged.
Since a final Smash Bros was released, we’ve seen Nintendo let lax on third-party partnerships, reinvent their many brave franchises roughly over approval and even recover a integrate of new IPs.
Taking all of this into consideration, what could Nintendo be formulation to supplement to a subsequent Super Smash Bros?