Will Netflix Eventually Come To Nintendo Switch?

Pablo Tucker
March 11, 2018

Regardless of potential serious health risk, Sakurai is back and so is Smash Brothers, and the world can not wait.

After Thursday's surprise Super Smash Brothers announcement, Masahiro Sakurai has confirmed that he is heavily involved with the Switch entry of Nintendo's classic series. A nice teaser trailer has been released and can be seen below...

It may be assumed that the Inklings of Splatoon 2 will join the battle, and Mario and Link will be there too from their appearances in the trailer.

Luckily for us, it's 2018 and many of said onlookers filmed themselves during those Christmas morning moments. "These games contain a solid mix of first-party franchises starring some of Nintendo's most recognizable characters, acclaimed third-party titles and promising indies".

Nintendo will also release a remastered "Crash Bandicoot" trilogy on July 10 and the Zelda-esque game "Okami" in the summer.

While the Nintendo Switch has a lot of good things going for it, some have been confused as to why certain services haven't been added. Soon, Super Smash Brothers's working title will be a thing of the past.

Back in 1999, Masahiro Sakurai gave the world a lovely gift: Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo 64.

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