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Every Hidden Detail From the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Website

Nintendo revealed so much information about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate at E3 2018; surely there can’t be much more to talk about, right? Well, it turns out that the news blowout for the game at E3 wasn’t the only information that they dropped that day.

Following the game’s grand unveiling, Nintendo relaunched the Super Smash Bros. website. In the past, this has been used to provide daily updates about the game, and that is true this time around, too. Even more than that, however, Nintendo dumped an enormous amount of details on the Fighters page from the get-go. Every fighter has received a bunch of screenshots and a 20-second video each. It’s here that Nintendo has hidden a slew of new details about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, of both the small and large variety.

Here is a list of everything new that we can learn about the upcoming game from each character’s page:

Mario

  • F.L.U.D.D. is definitely returning as a special move.
  • The original version of the song ‘Jump Up, Super Star’ from Super Mario Odyssey will appear in the game.
  • A New Donk City stage, based on Super Mario Odyssey, will appear in the game. Pauline and her band will be in the background.
  • The Mario Finale final smash will be returning and looks generally the same as previous.

Donkey Kong

  • Donkey Kong has a yellow fur/blue tie alternative costume.
  • The song ‘Jungle Level Ver. 2’ from Brawl will return.

Link

  • Can shoot a sword beam at 0%.
  • Link has a new taunt (or idle animation, it’s not entirely clear) in which he poses with his sword out in front of him.
  • The heart container item will is back.
  • The Cucco item from the Wii U and 3DS games will return.

Samus

  • The Mother Brain assist trophy will return.
  • Samus’ gravity suit will appear as an alternative costume.
  • The song ‘Brinstar’ from Super Smash Bros. Melee will return.
  • The Zero Laser final smash will be returning and looks generally the same as previous.
  • The Pyrosphere stage from Super Smash Bros. Brawl will return.

Yoshi

  • Yoshi stands upright like he did in the Wii U and 3DS games.
  • Yoshi has yellow, purple and blue alternative costumes.
  • The Yoshi’s Story stage has a new cardboard aesthetic.
  • The song ‘Yoshi’s Story’ from Melee will return.
  • The Yoshi’s Island stage from Brawl will return.

Kirby

  • Kirby has a blue alternative costume.
  • Kirby’s dash attack returns to the burning attack from Super Smash Bros. Melee.
  • The song ‘Green Greens’ from Melee will return.
  • Kirby’s stone special move can now turn into a treasure chest from Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
  • The Ultra Sword final smash will be returning and looks generally the same as previous.

Fox

  • Fox has an alternate costume that makes him look like Wolf.
  • Star Fox’s Krystal will appear as an assist trophy for the first time.
  • The song ‘Corneria’ from Melee will return.
  • The Corneria stage from Melee will return.

Pikachu

  • An image shows a solid gold Pikachu with sparkles. It is unclear what this is, but people are speculating that it may be a new gold flower item.
  • The song ‘Road to Viridian City’ from Super Smash Bros. Brawl will return.
  • The beetle item from the Wii U and 3DS games is back.
  • You can no longer control Pikachu’s Volt Tackle final smash.

Luigi

  • Luigi has an alternate costume that makes him look like Waluigi.
  • A new arrangement of the ‘Main Theme’ from Luigi’s Mansion will appear in the game.
  • Luigi can now get stuck in a wall after using Green Missile.

Ness

  • Ness has a Mr. Saturn shirt as an alternative costume.
  • The song ‘Mother’ from Melee will return.
  • Ness’ PK Fire has a longer startup.
  • PK Thunder will now show the direction in which Ness will be launched when it gets close.

Captain Falcon

  • The fire from Falcon Punch is more intense.
  • Captain Falcon has a Blood Falcon alternative costume.
  • The song ‘Mute City’ from Melee will return.
  • The Kalos Pokemon League stage from Super Smash Bros. for Wii U will return.
  • The Port Town Aero Dive stage from Super Smash Bros. Brawl will return.

Jigglypuff

  • The Puff Up final smash will be returning and looks generally the same as previous.
  • The song ‘Pokemon Center’ from Brawl will return.

Peach

  • Peach has a black and yellow alternative costume.
  • Toad still shoots out spores when hit.
  • The song ‘Princess Peach’s Castle’ from Melee will return.
  • Toad now appears during Peach’s grabs.

Daisy

  • She glides at an angle.
  • Daisies pop out when she collides with Peach Bomber (which will presumably be named Daisy Bomber) instead of hearts.
  • Her and Peach have white alternative costumes.
  • The original version of the song ‘Classic Tennis’ from Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash will appear in the game.

Bowser

  • Bowser has green and blue alternative costumes.
  • The spiny shell item from the Wii U and 3DS games is back.
  • A new arrangement of the song ‘Bowser Battle’ from Super Mario Bros. 3 will appear in the game.
  • The Dream Land stage from Super Smash Bros. will return with its original pixelated look.

Ice Climbers

  • Ice Climbers can freeze assist trophies with Ice Shot.
  • Arcade Bunny from Nintendo Badge Arcade will appear as an assist trophy for the first time.
  • Nana has a green alternative costume.
  • The Iceberg final smash now rotates and features a dancing polar bear.
  • The song ‘Ice Climber’ from Brawl will return.

Sheik

  • Goldeen will be a returning Pokeball Pokemon.
  • Sheik has a green alternative costume.
  • The song ‘Gerudo Valley Remix’ from the Wii U and 3DS games will return.
  • Sheik’s Bouncing Fish special move now sparkles.
  • The Gerudo Valley stage from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS will return.

Zelda

  • Zelda has a red alternative costume and one that makes her look like Princess Hilda from Zelda: A Link Between Worlds.
  • The Phantom now materializes in stages during Zelda’s Phantom Slash special move.
  • Zelda’s wave taunt is much more energetic.
  • The song ‘Hidden Mountain & Forest’ from Brawl will return.

Dr. Mario

  • The fairy bottle item from the Wii U and 3DS games is back.
  • The song ‘Dr. Mario’ from Melee will return.
  • Dr. Mario has a new down-air spike where he slams down with both feet.
  • The Doctor Finale final smash will be returning and looks generally the same as previous.

Pichu

  • The ‘Pokemon Battle (Gold/Silver)’ from Melee will return.
  • Pichu’s final smash is almost identical to Pikachu’s Volt Tackle.

Falco

  • Falco has a green and red alternative costume.
  • The song ‘Main Theme (Star Fox 64)’ from Brawl will return.
  • The Venom stage from Melee will return.

Marth

  • Marth has a white alternative costume.
  • The tip of Marth’s sword flashes during certain attacks.
  • The song ‘Fire Emblem Theme’ from Brawl will return.
  • The Critical Hit final smash will be returning and looks generally the same as previous.

Lucina

  • The original version of the song ‘Destiny’ from Fire Emblem: Awakening will appear in the game.
  • Lucina also retains her Critical Hit final smash.

Young Link

  • The four giants and moon still appear in the Great Bay stage.
  • Young Link has a new taunt where a fairy flies around him.
  • Young Link has a blue alternative costume and a Dark Young Link alternative costume.
  • He has a standard boomerang for his side special move like he did in Melee, as well as his Fire Bow special move.
  • A new arrangement of the song ‘Termina Field’ from Zelda: Majora’s Mask will appear in the game.

Ganondorf

  • Ganondorf now uses his sword during smash attacks.
  • Gonondorf has a dark alternative costume that changes his skin color to gray.
  • The song ‘Ocarina of Time Medley’ from Brawl will return.

Mewtwo

  • Mewtwo has a black alternative costume.
  • The song ‘Victory Road’ from Brawl will return.
  • The Psystrike final smash will be returning and looks generally the same as previous.

Roy

  • Roy has a gold alternative costume.
  • Roy can now turn around at the end of his Flare Blade special move.
  • As with Marth and Lucina Roy’s Critical Hit final smash will be returning and looks generally the same as previous.
  • An arrangement of the song ‘Beyond the Sky’ from Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade will appear in the game.

Mr. Game & Watch

  • Mr. Game & Watch has blue, green, red, and teal alternative costumes.
  • The song ‘Flat Zone 2’ from Brawl will return.
  • The 75m stage from Super Smash Bros. Brawl will return.
  • Characters now turn into tiny juggling balls when Mr. Game & Watch uses his down throw.

Meta Knight

  • The Halberd stage from Super Smash Bros. Brawl will return.
  • The beam sword item will return.
  • Kirby has an alternate costume that makes it look like Meta Knight without the armor.
  • Meta Knight has a Galacta Knight alternative costume.
  • The song ‘Meta Knight’s Revenge’ from Brawl will return.

Pit

  • The Dark Emperor from Find Mii II will show up on the Find Mii stage like he did in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS.
  • Pit has a light blue alternative costume.
  • The song ‘Underworld’ from Brawl will return.
  • The ore club from the Wii U and 3DS games will return.

Dark Pit

  • The Reset Bomb Forest stage from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS will return.
  • The Dark Pit Staff final smash will be returning.
  • The song ‘Dark Pit’s Theme’ from the Wii U and 3DS games will return.

Zero Suit Samus

  • The song ‘Theme of Samus Aran, Space Warrior’ from Brawl will return.
  • The Saffron City stage from Super Smash Bros. will return with its original pixelated look.

Wario

  • The WarioWare stage from Brawl will return.
  • Wario has a green and pink alternative costume. He can also use his original outfit as an alternative costume.
  • Mario has an alternate costume that makes him look like Waluigi.
  • The song ‘WarioWare, Inc.’ from Brawl will return.

Snake

  • The Ramblin’ Evil Mushroom enemy from EarthBound will make an appearance in the game in some capacity.
  • Snake can now stick C4 onto opponents.
  • Snake has a yellow alternate costume that resembles Naked Snake’s choco chip camouflage from Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater.
  • The song ‘Encounter’ from Brawl will return.
  • Snake has a new final smash where he calls an airstrike to attack marked opponents.
  • The Metal Gear series symbol has changed from the FOX Unit’s insignia to an exclamation mark.

Ike

  • The song ‘Ike’s Theme’ from Brawl will return.
  • The Great Aether final smash will be returning and looks generally the same as previous.

Pokemon Trainer

  • The song ‘Pokemon Main Theme’ from Brawl will return.

Diddy Kong

  • The Jungle Japes stage from Melee will return.
  • Diddy Kong has a blue alternative costume and one with darker fur, a brown shirt and yellow hat.
  • A new arrangement of the song ‘Bonus Stage’ from Donkey Kong Country will appear in the game.

Lucas

  • Entei will be a returning Pokeball Pokemon.
  • Lucas has a Masked Man shirt as an alternative costume.
  • The song ‘Unfounded Revenge/Smashing Song of Praise’ from Brawl will return.

Sonic

  • Has an alternate costume with yellow cuffs and shoes.
  • The song ‘Green Hill Zone’ from Brawl will return.
  • Knuckles from the Sonic series will appear as an assist trophy for the first time.

King Dedede

  • The song ‘King Dedede’s Theme’ from Brawl will return.

Olimar

  • An image of Mario, Sonic and Pac-Man with a flower on their head implies that the lip’s stick item from Melee and Brawl will return.
  • Alph is one of Olimar’s alternate costumes.
  • A new arrangement of the song ‘Garden of Hope’ from Pikmin 3 will appear in the game.
  • The End of Day final smash will be returning but is much quicker than previously.

Lucario

  • Lucario has a purple alternative costume.
  • The song ‘Battle! Team Flare’ from Super Smash Bros. for Wii U will return.
  • Eevee will be a returning Pokeball Pokemon.

R.O.B.

  • R.O.B. has blue, purple and Famicom-colored alternative costumes.
  • The bombchu item from the Wii U and 3DS games will return.
  • The song ‘Gyromite’ from Brawl will return.
  • R.O.B.’s down throw now buries his opponents in the ground.

Toon Link

  • Toon Link has blue, red and purple alternative costumes.
  • A new arrangement of the song ‘Main Theme’ from Zelda: Tri Force Heroes will appear in the game.
  • The Triforce Slash final smash will be returning and looks generally the same as previous.

Wolf

  • Wolf has a pink alternative costume.
  • The song ‘Star Wolf’ from Brawl will return.
  • It looks as though Wolf’s final smash will also be the Arwing, just like Fox and Falco’s.

Villager

  • A new arrangement of the song ‘Title Screen’ from Animal Crossing: Wild World will appear in the game.
  • The Dream Home final smash will be returning and looks generally the same as previous.

Mega Man

  • Mega Man has a red alternative costume.
  • A new arrangement of the song ‘Wood Man’ from Mega Man II will appear in the game.
  • His Leaf Shield startup is much quicker.

Wii Fit Trainer

  • Wii Fit Trainer has a green alternative costume.
  • An arrangement of the song ‘Results’ from Wii Fit will appear in the game. (There’s a chance that this may be a small snippet of a new Wii Fit medley.)
  • The Mushroom Kingdom II stage from Melee will return.

Rosalina & Luma

  • The bunny hood item will return.
  • Rosalina has an alternate costume based on Fire Rosalina from Super Mario 3D World.
  • The song ‘Gusty Garden Galaxy’ from Super Smash Bros. for Wii U will return.
  • Gravitational Pull now equips the items that it reels in.
  • The Power Star final smash will be returning but is much quicker than previously.

Little Mac

  • He now bites the seam of his glove during his side taunt.
  • The song ‘Jogging/Countdown’ from the Wii U and 3DS games will return.
  • Little Mac has a wire frame alternative costume.

Greninja

  • The Leviathan summon will definitely show up on the Midgar stage.
  • The song ‘Battle! Trainer (Pokemon X/Y)’ from the Wii U and 3DS games will return.

Mii Fighter

  • The song ‘Save The World, Heroes!’ from the Wii U and 3DS games will return.
  • The Mii Brawler uses both the Soaring Axe Kick and the Piston Punch up special moves at separate points in the video, implying that editable moves are returning for the Mii Fighter.

Palutena

  • Palutena has a purple alternative costume.
  • The song ‘Destroyed Skyworld’ from Super Smash Bros. for Wii U will return.
  • The Black Hole Laser final smash will be returning but is much quicker than previously.

Pac-Man

  • The Pac-Land stage from Super Smash Bros. for Wii U will return.
  • The song ‘Pac-Man’s Park/Block Town’ from the Wii U and 3DS games will return.

Robin

  • Male Robin has a green alternative costume and Female Robin has a pink alternative costume.
  • The song ‘Id (Purpose)’ from the Wii U and 3DS games will return.
  • Elwind is sent in diagonal directions.

Shulk

  • Shulk’s zero suit (his undies) is an alternative costume.
  • The song ‘Gaur Plains’ from the Wii U and 3DS games will return.
  • The giant turtle will show up on the Great Bay stage.

Bowser Jr.

  • The green shell item will return.
  • A new arrangement of the song ‘Delfino Plaza’ from Super Mario Sunshine will appear in the game.
  • The Shadow Mario Paint final smash will be returning but is much quicker than previous.

Duck Hunt

  • The Duck Hunt stage will return.
  • Four Duck Hunt alternative costumes are shown: a black dog and purple/green duck, a dark brown dog and green/brown duck, a dalmatian looking dog and green/orange duck, and a brown dog and brown duck combo.
  • A new Duck Hunt medley song will appear in the game.

Ryu

  • Ryu has a green alternative costume.
  • A new arrangement of the song ‘Vega’s Stage’ from Street Fighter II will appear in the game.
  • Both Ryu’s Shin Shoryuken and Shinku Hadoken final smashes will be returning, both of which look generally the same as previous.

Cloud

  • The Ifrit summon will definitely show up on the Midgar stage.
  • The song ‘Let the Battles Begin!’ from the Wii U and 3DS games will return.
  • The Omnislash final smash will be returning and looks generally the same as previous.

Corrin

  • A new arrangement of the song ‘Lost in Thoughts All Alone’ from Fire Emblem: Fates will appear in the game.
  • The Torrential Roar final smash will be returning, and looks generally the same as previous.

Bayonetta

  • The Mr. Saturn item will return.
  • The song ‘Let’s Hit the Climax’ from the Wii U and 3DS games will return.
  • Her hand now sparkles purple during a grab.
  • The Infernal Climax final smash will be returning and looks generally the same as previous.

Inkling

  • A new arrangement of the song ‘Splattack!’ from Splatoon will appear in the game.

Ridley

  • The Brinstar stage from Melee will return.
  • A new arrangement of the song ‘Ridley’s Theme’ from Super Metroid will appear in the game.

The website’s About page features an image of an item page that is “coming soon.” This image shows a bunch of new and returning items:

  • Bob-omb
  • Beehive
  • Banana peel
  • Maxim tomato
  • Barrel
  • Spiny shell
  • Star Rod
  • Capsule
  • Bunny hood
  • Ray gun
  • Beetle
  • A new item that looks like a bulb
  • Master ball
  • Super scope
  • Dragoon piece
  • Super leaf
  • Boss galaga
  • Timer
  • Super Mushroom
  • Hammer
  • Hocotate bomb
  • Launch star
  • Screw attack
  • Bomber
  • Crate
  • Mr. Saturn
  • Cucco
  • Beam sword
  • X Bomb
  • Hothead
  • Bumper
  • Drill arm
  • Franklin badge
  • Squid sisters (assist trophy)
  • Bomberman (assist trophy)
  • Solgaleo (Pokeball Pokemon)
  • Lunala (Pokeball Pokemon)
  • Alolan Vulpix (Pokeball Pokemon)

There is also a Music page that shows a couple of new songs that will be added into Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Added to the ones we already know about, there is ‘Bomb Rush Blush,’ which is a new arrangement of a Splatoon song, and ‘Brinstar Depths,’ which is a new arrangement of a song from Super Metroid.

One final speculatory note, the character page for R.O.B., unlike every other character page, doesn’t have a stage attached to it. The reason why is unknown, but it could mean that we’re going to see a brand new stage for R.O.B. based on one of his games that has yet to be announced – Gyromite or Stack Up, perhaps. In the past, his home stages have been Mario Bros. and Wrecking Crew, so he is definitely past due a stage themed around his own games.

That’s everything new that we’ve managed to spot from the Super Smash Bros. website so far. Unfortunately, we couldn’t find a trace of the Poke Floats stage from Melee. Hopefully, that one is announced soon. The website is being updated daily, so there’s sure to be plenty of new details for us to eat up leading to the game’s launch on December 7.

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