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  1. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is a 2018 crossover fighting game developed by Bandai Namco Studios and Sora Ltd. and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch.It is the fifth installment in the Super Smash Bros. series, succeeding Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.

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    3 days ago · Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is a 2018 crossover fighting game developed by Bandai Namco Studios and Sora Ltd. and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch.It is the fifth installment in the Super Smash Bros. series, succeeding Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.

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  3. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Ver. 9.0.0 Out Now; Here Are All ...

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    Oct 14, 2020 · Minecraft Steve made his way into Super Smash Bros. Ultimate late last night alongside Alex, Enderman, and Zombie. The new update not only adds the new fighter to the roster, but there are also ...

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    Bold denotes a Pokémon character. Italics denote a newcomer. ε denotes an Echo Fighter. Outside of the World of Light, the initial character roster is the same as that of the first Super Smash Bros.game.

    The trophies of previous Super Smash Bros. games since Super Smash Bros. Melee have been replaced with Spirits. These mostly represent non-playable characters that provide power-ups for the playable characters, similar to Stickers in Super Smash Bros. Brawl's Subspace Emissary.

    Gaming magazine Famitsu gave Super Smash Bros. Ultimate a score of 38 out of 40. IGN rated the game an "Amazing" 9.4/10. It holds a rating of 92.17% on GameRankings, based on 47 reviews.

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    On the German cover of the game, Yoshi was removed to make room for the USK rating and Pikachu was moved further up due to popularity.
    All of the new Pokémon that come out of Poké Balls are from Generations I or VII.
    The second remix of the Diamond and Pearl Wild Battle theme, which debuted in Smash Bros. for Wii U, is the only Pokémon track previously featured in a Super Smash Bros. game to not be featured in...
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    Oct 11, 2020 · The most extensive Super Smash Bros Ultimate Character Tier List, with everything that you need to know about each Smash Character. Within the Tier List, you'll find character movesets, strengths, and weaknesses. Find in-depth videos within each character page, containing knowledge from the world's best pros.

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    Oct 16, 2020 · Fighting your friends in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has become more heated than ever, but with over 70 playable characters, it can be tough to choose which is the best Smash Bros Ultimate ...

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    Complete one of the following: 1. Play VS. matches, with Incineroar being the 46th character to be unlocked. 2. Clear Classic Mode with Samus or any character in her unlock tree, being the 4th character unlocked after Pit. 3. Have Incineroar join the player's party in World of Light.With the exception of the third method, Incineroar must then be defeated on Boxing Ring.

    Incineroar draws many comparisons to some of the slowest, hardest-hitting fighters in Super Smash Bros. history: it is a super-heavyweight with the sixth-highest weight (tied with Charizard), the nineteenth-fastest falling speed (therefore classifying it as a fast-faller), and average air acceleration. However, it is the overall slowest character in the game, with the slowest walking and dashing speeds in the base game, the eighth-slowest air speed, and the twelfth-slowest initial dash speed....

    Incineroar has been buffed by game updates. The most notable one involves its recovery move, Cross Chop, which travels farther than before, heavily improving its notoriously weak recovery at certain angles (although lower angles that are not directly below the edge are still almost impossible to recover from). Some of its moves have also been improved by being able to grab edges faster (up aerial), gaining the ability to auto-cancel (down aerial), or dealing more knockback (up smash and up th...

    1. Incineroar takes continuous damage when swimming. This trait is shared with Charizard, Sonic, and Inkling. 2. Incineroar will display various animations after using certain attacks, such as striking a boastful pose if it hits, or expressing frustration if it misses. These animations are all interruptible. All pose-inducing attacks (excluding neutral attack's third hit) result in a crowd (separate from the standard crowd) to cheer.Note: All numbers are listed as base damage, without the 1v...

    From the start of Ultimate, Incineroar has usually been considered a mid-tier by most professionals, with access to moves that have the potential to deal high knockback and damage thanks to Revenge, a powerful back throw that can potentially KO earlier than Ness', and a suicide KOing option in the form of Cross Chop, which can be performed out of a down throw. It also had a decent amount of success from players, especially Magister, who placed well at both regional and national tournaments. D...

    Incineroar's opponents are all heavy characters and are stylized in a way as if it was similar to a Championship Tournament. Additionally, all rounds aside from the final round take place on Boxing Ring.Note: Incineroar teams up with Greninja in the third and final round.Note 2: Each round uses a track taken from the series the characters are fought in the respective round.Credits roll after completing Classic Mode. Completing it as Incineroar has The Battle at the Summit! accompany the credi...

    Although Incineroar does not appear in the World of Light opening cutscene, it was vaporized and later imprisoned alongside the rest of the fighters (except Kirby) when Galeem unleashed his beams of light.Incineroar was one of the many fighters that fell under Dharkon's control upon Galeem's first defeat. It can be found on the southwest path of the Realm of Darkness, where the spirit of Caeda must be beaten to access it.

    1. Incineroar's splash art. 2. Artwork of all playable Pokémon characters and Poké Ball Pokémon, as posted by the official Pokémon Twitter account. 3. Incineroar's amiibo. 4. Incineroar's fighter card. 5. Incineroar on Kongo Falls. 6. Using its dash attack on Little Mac on Big Blue. 7. Using Alolan Whip on Falco on Pirate Ship. 8. Using its down taunt alongside multiple Pikachu and Pichu on Paper Mario. 9. Rolling next to a Smoke Ball on Wii Fit Studio. 10. Using Revenge on Mushroom Kingdom...

    1. Masahiro Sakurai references Red Cyclone, the nickname of Street Fighter wrestling character Zangief, when explaining Incineroar's neutral special, Darkest Lariat. 1. Additionally, Zangief's spirit is placed within an Incineroar puppet fighter for his Spirit battle. 2. Aside from Zangief, Incineroar happens to have few similarities as another grappler-based Street Fighter character, Alex, such as having similar mobility and even sharing few moves, such as Flying Cross Chop (albeit with dif...

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    Complete one of the following: 1. Play VS. matches, with R.O.B. being the 31st character to be unlocked. 2. Clear Classic Mode with Pikachu or any character in its unlock tree, being the 3rd character unlocked after Shulk. 3. Have R.O.B. join the player's party in World of Light.With the exception of the third method, R.O.B. must then be defeated on Wrecking Crew.

    R.O.B. is the seventeenth heaviest character in the game, being tied with Snake, thus making him a heavyweight. R.O.B. sports average mobility: he has the thirty-third fastest walking speed, thirty-ninth fastest dashing speed and average initial dash, twenty-sixth fastest air speed, thirtieth highest air acceleration, and the forty-eighth highest traction. R.O.B. also has the thirty-ninth highest falling, fast falling speeds, and gravity.Like in Brawl and Smash 4, R.O.B. is a zoning-oriented...

    Though R.O.B. received few changes in his transition to Ultimate, he benefits greatly from major improvements to his toolkit, as well as changes made to the engine. As a result of this, R.O.B. has been significantly buffed overall in his transition to Ultimate.Arguably R.O.B.'s most impactful buff in his transition to Ultimate was towards his Arm Rotor, a move that was universally regarded as one of the worst attacks in SSB4; it has reduced start-up lag, much less endlag and faster execution,...

    R.O.B has recieved a mix of buffs and nerfs. 1.1.0 1. Removed instant Gyro Cancelling. 2.0.0 1. Arm Rotor connects more reliably. 3.0.0 1. Robo Beam deals less shield damage. 2. Gyro deals less shield damage. 3.1.0 1. Neutral attack 1 connects into neutral attack 2 more reliably as the first hit's 180° hitbox has higher base knockback (18 → 40). This notably also allowed the move to lead into a down tilt which could begin a loop (jab → down tilt, jab → down tilt etc.) known as the \\"Robble\\". 2...

    Any number following the Smasher name indicates placement on the Spring 2019 PGRU, which recognizes the official top 50 players in the world in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate from February 1st, 2019 to July 7th, 2019. 1. 8BitMan (#51) - One of the best R.O.B. players in the world. Placed 9th at both Smash Conference United and Glitch 6, and 17th at GENESIS 6. Has wins over CaptainZack, Shoyo James, and Sinji. 2. Benny&TheJets - The best R.O.B. player in South Carolina. Placed 9th at 2GG: Grand To...

    R.O.B.'s opponents all wear masks or lack expressive faces. His boss, Galleom, fits in with the theme due to being a robot and lacking expressive face.Credits roll after completing Classic Mode. Completing it as R.O.B. has Stack-Up/Gyromite accompany the credits.

    Although R.O.B. does not appear in the World of Light opening cutscene, he was vaporized and later imprisoned alongside the rest of the fighters (sans Kirby) when Galeem unleashed his beams of light.R.O.B. was one of the many fighters that fell under Dharkon's control upon Galeem's first defeat. He can be found in the Mysterious Dimension sub-area, as the fighter closest to the entrance, standing in a floating island with scattered mechanical junk. To reach him, the player must first defeat t...

    1. R.O.B.'s fighter card. 2. Taunting on Shadow Moses Island. 3. Taunting on Port Town Aero Dive. 4. Attacking Mega Man with Robo Beam on Battlefield. 5. Crouching with a buried Wario on Gaur Plain. 6. Attacking Marth with his down smash on Tomodachi Life. 7. Blue, metal, and pink R.O.B.s with a Bombchu on PictoChat 2. 8. Crouching with Snake on Magicant. 9. Getting kicked by Sonic on Skyworld. 10. Taunting on Shadow Moses Island. 11. Using his back aerial on Lucas on Magicant.

    1. R.O.B.'s stock icon is one of four to show eyes, the others being Kirby, Meta Knight, and Sonic. 2. On the official site for Ultimate, each character is accompanied by a background image of a stage from their universe. As R.O.B. is the only character to not have a stage from his home universe, his page is the only one with no stage for the background image. 3. R.O.B. is one of four characters to have appeared since Brawl to have a different Final Smash across every installment; the other...

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    Complete one of the following: 1. Play VS. matches, with Wolf being the 51st character to be unlocked. 2. Clear Classic Mode with Fox or any character in his unlock tree, being the 7th character unlocked after Bowser Jr. 3. Have Wolf join the player's party in World of Light. With the exception of the third method, Wolf must then be defeated on Lylat Cruise.

    Wolf's attributes and moveset give him a versatile gameplan, somewhere in the middle ground between Fox's focus on pressure and Falco's focus on punishes. This is reflected in his attributes, which include a slow run speed (though his initial dash is quite fast), above average walk speed, and a high falling speed and gravity characteristic of the Star Fox characters. Unlike the other space animals however, Wolf has among the highest air speeds in the game, and is also significantly heavier than them, as he is a middleweight (shared with the Ice Climbers, Lucario, and Villager). Though his special moveset and vertical mobility are derived from his brethren, the similarities end there, with Wolf's being the most unique of the trio. Wolf's Blaster is the centerpiece of his neutral game. With the lasers causing higher knockback (and therefore hitstun) than the average projectile, and having a long duration with transcendent priority, they grant him the ability to disrupt opponents' appr...

    Wolf received some of the most noticeable changes of any returning veteran, similarly to Link and Mr. Game & Watch. Being a last-minute addition in Brawl, most of his moveset has been reanimated to look more polished and further differentiate from Fox. As a result, Wolf received a mix of buffs and nerfs in his transition from Brawl, but has been considerably buffed overall. Like most of the returning veterans, his initial dash is much faster, while his run and air speed have been slightly increased. In addition to this, however, his fast falling speed is significantly faster, no longer providing the smallest falling speed increase out of the cast by a considerable margin, greatly enhancing his aerial approach and landing ability. Coupled with his superior mobility are the buffs to his Blaster, already an effective projectile in his previous appearance, and his new dash attack; the former's lasers deal more damage and knockback, while the latter covers much more horizontal range and...

    Wolf has received a mix of buffs and nerfs via game updates. In 3.0.0, on top of the universal shield changes which hinder Blaster's shield damage, the sweetspot of his down smash's front hit, infamous among the community for its extreme power especially near edges, was made slightly weaker. An exploit that allowed Wolf to reduce Wolf Flash's landing lag with a directional air dodge was also removed. These nerfs, however, were negligible as he still retained all of his positive traits and continued to perform very well in tournaments. Wolf was once again nerfed in 3.1.0, which slightly weakened his down smash's frontal sweetspot a second time, reduced the range of Fire Wolf's last hit, and most significantly increased the ending lag of Blaster, previously notable as a safe neutraltool that could counter approaches with relatively low risk. However, this update also brought some buffs to Wolf: his neutral attack and Fire Wolf connect more reliably, the former no longer causing the th...

    Initial opinions of Wolf were mixed before the release of Ultimate, with players noting the loss of his renowned back aerial and powerful DACUS, reduced invinciblity from Reflector, alongside Wolf Flash still causing helplessness, which was a big detriment compared to Fox and Falco's respective side specials. However, players began to realise the effectiveness of Wolf's buffs past the game's release, as it gave him a powerful projectile courtesy of his Blaster, effective combos due to his modified physics, and a notorious edgeguarding tool in down smash, which kept its high power even despite being nerfed twice through game updates. This caused Wolf to gain a renowned, controllable neutral game, allowing him to dictate the flow of battle through use of his Blaster, overall speed, and combo ability. As a result, Wolf has consistently been a very popular pick in competitive play during Ultimate's early lifespan; he has been the most used character in many competitive events, including...

    Wolf fights fighters who, like himself, were cut from Super Smash Bros. 4‘s playable roster, but some debuted in Melee and the others debuted in Brawl. Notably, his boss, Galleom, fits in with the theme, as he was cut from SSB4as well. Credits roll after completing Classic Mode. Completing it as Wolf has Star Wolfaccompany the credits.

    Although Wolf does not appear in the World of Light opening cutscene, he was vaporized and later imprisoned alongside the rest of the fighters (except for Kirby) when Galeem unleashed his beams of light. Wolf was one of the many fighters that fell under Dharkon's control upon Galeem's first defeat. He is unlocked in the Mysterious Dimension in the Dark Realm. The player must defeat the Andross spirit (which is the answer to a given question) to reveal a path leading to a wrecked airplane. His unlock battle is on the plane's tail (just to the left of the Krystalspirit).

    Wolf's Fighter Spirit can be obtained by completing Classic Mode. It is also available periodically for purchase in the shop for 500 coins. Unlocking Wolf in World of Light allows the player to preview the first spirit below in the Spirit List under the name "???". As a Fighter Spirit, it cannot be used in Spirit Battles and is purely aesthetic. Each Fighter Spirit has an alternate version that replaces them with their artwork in Ultimate.

    Wolf's amiibo.
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    Wolf taunting on Corneria.
    Posing with his Blaster in Skyloft.
    Early gameplay footage of Wolf in Ultimate contains a few inconsistencies between his official render and his in-game model. The soles of his boots are blue in his official render while they appear...
    The visual effects for all of Wolf's claw-based attacks display three slash trails, despite attacking with four fingers.
    Wolf's unique line when winning a match against Fox is not present in the Sound Test.
    Wolf is the only playable Star Fox character whose Fighter Spirit does not use artwork from Star Fox Zero.
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    Complete one of the following: 1. Play VS. matches, with Bowser Jr. being the 61st character to be unlocked. 2. Clear Classic Mode with Fox or any character in his unlock tree, being the 6th character unlocked after Daisy. 3. Have Bowser Jr. join the player's party in World of Light.With the exception of the third method, Bowser Jr. must then be defeated on Delfino Plaza.

    Bowser Jr. is a unique heavyweight in the sense that, his Junior Clown Car has a separate hurtbox from him, making his survivability variable. Bowser Jr. has the sixtieth fastest walking speed, sixty-second fastest dashing speed and initial dash, twenty-sixth fastest air speed, thirty-first highest air acceleration, thirty-fourth highest gravity, the twenty-eighth fastest falling speed and fast falling speed, and the sixty-eighth highest traction. As a result of these attributes, Bowser Jr.'s...

    Near the end of SSB4's metagame, Bowser Jr. had been considered a low tier, and was thus ranked as the 8th worst character in SSB4's most recent tier list (48th out of 55). Because of this, he was noticeably buffed in his transition to Ultimate.One of the biggest changes include the Junior Clown Car now taking priority over Bowser Jr.'s hurtbox, making him unique as he will now take less damage on average compared to any other fighter. He also benefits heavily from the universal frame 3 jumps...

    Bowser Jr. has been buffed by game updates so far. However, how these buffs will affect his status is yet to be known. 1.1.0 1. Abandon Ship! has more super armor. 2. After using Abandon Ship!, Bowser Jr. can no longer air dodge more than once. 3. When using Clown Kart Dash to collide into a wall, Bowser Jr. descends instead of ascends. This removes its ability to stall an opponent. 3.0.0 1. Neutral attack's second hit deals more hitstun. This makes it connect more reliably into neutral infin...

    1. Fighter ability: Moves that hit the Junior Clown Car deal 0.88× damage, whereas those that hit Bowser Jr. himself will deal 1.15× damage. The Junior Clown Car's hurtbox takes priority over Bowser Jr.'s hurtbox.Note: All numbers are listed as base damage, without the 1v1 multiplier.

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    All of Bowser Jr.'s opponents are princesses, some of which are teamed up with their love interest (or in Lucina's case, her father).Credits roll after completing Classic Mode. Completing it as Bowser Jr. has Delfino Plaza (Remix) accompany the credits.

    Although Bowser Jr. does not appear in the World of Light opening cutscene, he was vaporized and later imprisoned alongside the rest of the fighters (except Kirby) when Galeem unleashed his beams of light.Bowser Jr. was one of the many fighters that fell under Dharkon's control upon Galeem's first defeat. He is found in one of two alternate pathlines on the Triforce of Power segment of the Sacred Land sub-area, guarded by various Legendary spirits.

    1. Bowser Jr.'s fighter card. 2. Bowser Jr. idling on Onett. 3. Charging his forward smash on 3D Land. 4. Performing his dash attack on Princess Peach's Castle. 5. Jabbing at Villager on Boxing Ring. 6. Performing his forward tilt towards tempura shrimp on Tomodachi Life. 7. Roy, Iggy, Larry, and Ludwig on Wuhu Island. 8. Taunting with Lemmy, Wendy, and Morton on Tomodachi Life. 9. Idling next to Snake on Tomodachi Life. 10. Struck by Alucard on Castle Siege.

    1. The \\"Everyone is Here!\\" trailer features a visual glitch: when Lemmy uses his down taunt, his face disappears for a few frames at the end of the animation. 1. The Junior Clown Car also shows a visual glitch, with two mouths overlapping each other when Ludwig is seen falling off a ledge. 2. In Bowser Jr.'s showcase video, at one point the seven Koopalings follow Jr. in the same order they are fought in New Super Mario Bros. U. 3. Despite the fact that Bowser has his own sub-world in World...

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    Kirby is known for being a small lightweight, being tied for the eighth lightest character in the game. Despite this, Kirby's mobility is very poor in the air and only average on the ground, giving him a mediocre mobility overall: he has the twenty-first slowest walking speed, thirty-eighth fastest dashing speed, and a decently quick initial dash. He also has the fourth slowest air speed, fifteenth highest air acceleration, third lowest gravity, the fourth lowest falling and fast falling spee...

    Near the end of SSB4's metagame, Kirby had been considered a low tier, and was thus ranked as the 6th worst character in SSB4's most recent tier list (50th out of 55). Most likely as a result of this, Kirby has been granted a mixture of buffs and nerfs, but has been noticeably buffed overall.Kirby's buffs lie in the increased utility of his ground and aerial moveset. The first the first two hits of his jab can now jab lock, making them more useful for set-ups for downed characters, and the lo...

    Kirby has been buffed via game updates, having his damage output, KO potential, and attack safety slightly improved. His forward tilt has less ending lag and deals more knockback, giving it newfound KO potential at very high percentages, while boosting its safety. Neutral and up aerials have less ending lag, with the former being able to auto-cancel earlier as well, aiding Kirby's aerial game. Dash attack deals more damage on all hitboxes, while its clean hitbox has wider range, enabling it t...

    1. Kirby can perform five midair jumps.Note: All numbers are listed as base damage, without the 1v1 multiplier.

    Since the release of Ultimate, many professionals immediately noticed Kirby's significant flaws from the previous installment have been retained, and that his improvements to his other attributes are considered to be too negligible to fix them. As a result, his representation in the national levels has been minimal, with his reception being notoriously negative across the community. Kirby does, however, achieve at least some results in the local and regional scene. Jesuischoq has won a few lo...

    Kirby's opponents are characters who, like Kirby, are known for their large appetites. For each battle, Kirby and his opponent each spawn with 35% damage and several food items appear on the stage as the match begins.Credits roll after completing Classic Mode. Completing it as Kirby has Staff Credits - Kirby's Dream Land accompany the credits.

    Kirby was among the fighters summoned to the cliffside to assist in defeating an army of Master Hands. After Galeem absorbed all of the Master Hands during the opening cutscene, he began to unleash beams of light that vaporized all of the fighters and later imprisoned all of them. Kirby was the sole survivor after escaping on his Warp Star, barely warping away from the beams before they could engulf him. Despite being the sole survivor, Kirby is still seen as a puppet in a few areas of the mo...

    1. Kirby artwork, as posted by Kirby's official Twitter account. 2. Link, Kirby, Mario, and Cloud artwork, as posted by Tetsuya Nomura's official Twitter account. 3. Kirby's fighter card. 4. \\"Mario Kirby\\" tossing a Fireball on Battlefield. 5. \\"Jigglypuff Kirby\\" using Rollout with Jigglypuff on Onett. 6. Using his Hammer on Little Mac in the Boxing Ring. 7. \\"Fox Kirby\\" using a Blaster with Fox on Mario Galaxy. 8. Performing Final Cutter on Tomodachi Life. 9. Inhaling an Ice Shot on Summit wit...

    1. Kirby's stock icon is one of four to show eyes (the others being Meta Knight, R.O.B., and Sonic), due to it being a simplistic pink circle otherwise, in order to tell that it is his stock icon. 1. It also greatly resembles his stock icon in the original Super Smash Bros. 2. Kirby's pose resembles his character artwork in Kirby Super Star, but rotated to slightly face the screen. Coincidentally, this was also used for his character select artwork in the original Super Smash Bros. 3. Kirby...