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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (SWITCH) game cover art
Platform: Switch
Genre: Fighting Action (Versus)
Developer: Nintendo
AKA: Dairantou Smash Bros. Special (JP)

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate review

Reviewed January 02, 2019

Jason Venter says: "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate offers a compelling trip down memory lane that Nintendo and retro fans shouldn't miss."
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