Nintendo has announced its newest Super Smash Bros. tournament. Ultimate, titled "The Road to Becoming Fighting King", and will last three days from Friday. If you plan on competing, it is best to start training as it fights fighters in strictly individual fights against Omega levels, which means there is no hiding if you are defeated. The revelation came during Terry Bogard's live broadcast on Wednesday, hosted by Smash Bros. director. Ultimate, Masahiro Sakurai.
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Stamina mode is what sets me apart in this new tournament, seen almost as much as Time and Stock modes. It is not clear whether it will be layered with a time or life limit, but it is certain to make some exciting matches, whether you are playing or watching. Combined with the intensity of one-on-one structure and uniquely de-shaped maps, this is not a tournament for the casual Smash Bros. player. – this is the one who decides who the "fighting king" is.
The graphic posted next to the announcement features Fatal Fury's latest DLC fighter Terry Bogard, along with Little Mac, Kirby and Ryu, each looking battle-ready. The three boxers make sense, but I didn't expect to see Kirby, who seems to have just inhaled Terry Bogard. Regardless, it is invigorating to see Nintendo do something different, and it will give Smash Bros competitive players. Ultimate chance to test your skills against each other in a balanced competition.
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