A Switch entry of the series has been expected and long rumored.
Nintendo baited fans into thinking it was more news for Splatoon 2 until the trailer went dark and in the one of the Inkling's eye was a reflection of the Smash logo. The game will allow players to use their Mii characters as a support gunner, according to GameSpot.
KitGuru Says: While I am thrilled that a new Super Smash Bros is making its way to what would be the ideal platform for it, it is a shame that Metroid Prime 4, the new Pokémon RPG or even a Switch-based Fire Emblem hasn't seen an announcement.
Nintendo made no announcements regarding the release of the game. Meanwhile, the indie game "Undertable" has also been confirmed for the Switch, but Nintendo didn't say if it will be out this year or in 2019.
To speculate a bit more, we wonder what other new characters could be joining the inklings on the roster. The good news is that it looks like it will be arriving on the Switch, as announced during the most recent Nintendo Direct presentation where it will be known as Taiko Drum Master: Nintendo Switch Version.
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In terms of obscurities I'd still love to see Nell or one of the Advance Wars crew, plus Birdo, Chibi-Robo, and the return of the Ice Climbers.
Really, I could see it going either way, and frankly I'd be happy with Super Smash Bros.
The big reveal came to us in a trailer for what first appeared to be Splatoon. Is this a port/update of the Wii U and 3DS versions? Even the best titles sold far less than they deserved, so pushing them onto the Switch, where they can sell millions more, is a sound strategy that has worked a number of times so far.
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The news follows last night's Nintendo Direct reveal that Undertale will be coming to the Nintendo Switch. eventually.