During a Nintendo Direct stream on March 8, 2018, Nintendo revealed a host of exciting games and ports, including Okami for the Switch and the original Luigi’s Mansion for the 3DS. Overshadowing all, however, was the announcement of the highly anticipated Super Smash Bros. sequel.
Scheduled to launch on the Switch, the aptly-titled Super Smash Bros. has been a hot request among the fan community since the system’s first reveal. In a trailer (seen below) that first looked like new Splatoon 2 content, Nintendo finally delivered. When it comes to the Super Smash Bros. series, one of the biggest debates to form immediately after a reveal is what the roster will look like.