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Smash Bros Ultimate Full Character List, All Stages

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Super Smash Bros has revealed their epic roster of characters, and also stages, and the list is growing, almost to 70 characters in total to start.

Super Smash Bros Ultimate Character List:

  • Bayonetta
  • Bowser
  • Bowser Jr.
  • Captain Falcon
  • Chrom (Roy echo fighter)
  • Cloud
  • Corrin
  • Daisy (Peach echo fighter)
  • Dark Pit (Pit echo fighter)
  • Dark Samus (Samus echo fighter)
  • Diddy Kong
  • Donkey Kong
  • Dr. Mario
  • Duck Hunt
  • Falco
  • Fox
  • Ganondorf
  • Greninja
  • The Ice Climbers
  • Ike
  • Inkling
  • Jigglypuff
  • King Dedede
  • King K. Rool
  • Kirby
  • Link
  • Little Mac
  • Lucario
  • Lucas
  • Lucina (Marth echo fighter)
  • Luigi
  • Mario
  • Marth
  • Mega Man
  • Meta Knight
  • Mewtwo
  • Mii Brawler
  • Mii Gunner
  • Mii Fighter
  • Mr. Game & Watch
  • Ness
  • Captain Olimar
  • Pac-Man
  • Palutena
  • Peach
  • Pichu
  • Pikachu
  • Pit
  • Pokemon Trainer (Charizard, Ivysaur and Squirtle)
  • R.O.B. the robot
  • Robin
  • Rosalina
  • Roy
  • Richter (Simon echo fighter)
  • Ridley
  • Ryu
  • Samus
  • Sheik
  • Shulk
  • Simon Belmont
  • Solid Snake
  • Sonic
  • Toon Link
  • Villager
  • Wario
  • Wii Fit Trainer
  • Wolf
  • Yoshi
  • Young Link
  • Zelda
  • Zero Suit Samus

And here are the announced stages:

Smash 64 Stages

  • Dream Land (Kirby’s Dream Land)
  • Final Destination (New Smash Ultimate variant)
  • Hyrule Castle (Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
  • Kongo Jungle (Donkey Kong Country)
  • Mushroom Kingdom (Super Mario Bros)
  • Peach’s Castle (Super Mario 64)
  • Saffron City (Pokemon)
  • Super Happy Tree (Yoshi’s Story)

Smash Bros. Melee Stages

  • Battlefield (New Smash Ultimate variant)
  • Big Blue (F-Zero)
  • Brinstar (Super Metroid)
  • Brinstar Depths (Super Metroid)
  • Corneria (Star Fox 64)
  • Final Destination
  • Flat Zone (Game & Watch)
  • Fourside (Earthbound)
  • Fountain of Dreams (Kirby)
  • Great Bay (Zelda: Majora’s Mask)
  • Green Greens (Kirby)
  • Jungle Japes (Donkey Kong Country)
  • Kongo Falls (Donkey Kong Country)
  • Mushroom Kingdom II (Super Mario Bros 2)
  • Onett (Earthbound)
  • Pokemon Stadium (Pokemon Red/Blue)
  • Princess Peach’s Castle (Mario 64)
  • Rainbow Cruise (Mario 64)
  • Temple (Zelda: Adventure of Link)
  • Venom (Star Fox 64)
  • Yoshi’s Island (Super Mario World)
  • Yoshi’s Story (Yoshi’s Story)

Smash Bros. Brawl Stages

  • 75M (Donkey Kong)
  • Bridge of Eldin (Zelda Twilight Princess)
  • Castle Siege (Fire Emblem)
  • Delfino Plaza (Super Mario Sunshine)
  • Distant Planet (Pikmin)
  • Flat Zone 2 (Game & Watch)
  • Frigate Orpheon (Metroid Prime)
  • Green Hill Zone (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Halberd (Kirby)
  • Hanenbow (Electroplankton)
  • Luigi’s Mansion
  • Lylat Cruise (Star Fox)
  • Figure-8 Circuit (Mario Kart)
  • Mario Bros.
  • Mushroomy Kingdom
  • New Pork City (Earthbound/Mother)
  • Norfair (Metroid)
  • Pictochat (DS)
  • Pirate Ship (Zelda Wind Waker)
  • Pokemon Stadium 2
  • Port Town Aero Dive (F-Zero)
  • Shadow Moses Island (Metal Gear Solid)
  • Skyworld (Kid Icarus)
  • Smashville (Animal Crossing)
  • Spear Pillar (Pokemon)
  • Summit (Ice Climbers)
  • Wario Ware Inc (Wario Ware)
  • Yoshi’s Island

Smash Bros 3DS Stages

  • 3D Land (Mario 3D Land)
  • Arena Ferox (Fire Emblem)
  • Balloon Fight
  • Dream Land GB (Kirby’s Dream Land)
  • Find Mii (3DS)
  • Gerudo Valley (Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
  • Golden Plains (New Super Mario Bros 2)
  • Living Room (Nintendogs)
  • Magicant (Earthbound)
  • Mute City SNES (F-Zero)
  • Paper Mario
  • Pictochat 2 (DS)
  • Prism Tower (Pokemon)
  • Reset Bomb Forest (Kid Icarus)
  • Spirit Train (Zelda: Spirit Tracks)
  • Tomodachi Life
  • Tortimer Island (Animal Crossing)
  • Unova League (Pokemon)

Smash Wii U Stages

  • Big Battlefield (New Smash Ultimate variant)
  • Boxing Ring (Punch-Out!!!)
  • Coliseum (Fire Emblem)
  • Duck Hunt
  • Flat Zone X
  • Gamer (Wario Ware)
  • Garden of Hope (Pikmin)
  • Gaur Plain (Xenoblade)
  • Great Cave Offensive (Kirby)
  • Kalos League (Pokemon)
  • Mario Circuit (Mario Kart)
  • Mario Galaxy
  • Midgar (Final Fantasy 7)
  • Mushroom Kingdom U (New Super Mario Bros U)
  • Pac-Land (Pac-Man)
  • Paletuna’s Temple (Kid Icarus)
  • Pilotwings
  • Skyloft (Zelda: Skyward Sword)
  • Super Mario Maker
  • Suzaku Castle (Street Fighter)
  • Town and City (Animal Crossing)
  • Wily Castle (Mega Man)
  • Wii Fit Studio
  • Windy Hill Zone (Sonic Lost World)
  • Wrecking Crew
  • Wuhu Island (Wii Sports)
  • Umbra Clock Tower (Bayonetta)

New Stages for Smash Ultimate

  • Dracula’s Castle (Castlevania)
  • Great Plateau Tower (Zelda: Breath of the Wild)
  • Moray Tower (Splatoon)
  • New Donk City Hall (Mario Odyssey)
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Soedesco Acquires Superlumen

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Game publisher Soedesco has officially acquired 100% of the share in Spanish studio Superlumen for a pricetag that has not been disclosed.

Sperlumen, which was founded back i 2015, specializes in virtual reality development, and is the team behind the point-and-click game Desolatium, which is set to make it’s official arrival later this year.

“We strongly believe the acquisition of Superlumen to be a great long-term strategic decision,” Soedesco Ibericá general manager Barnando Hernandez said in an official statement. “The studio has a talented and passionate development team, a strong brand identity and a lot of creative potential which we intend to leave uncompromised as we move forward. We’re looking forward to bringing new IPs and games to our audience in the coming years.”

“After 6 years of developing virtual experiences for prominent Spanish brands, we have decided to focus more on developing our own IP” Superlumen CEO Juan Cassinello commented. “We are eager to work and learn alongside our new colleagues and create the best possible video games for our audience.”

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Microsoft Accuses Sony of Paying Game Devs to Stay Off Game Pass

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Microsoft claims that Sony has been paying video game developers to keep their games off the Xbox Game Pass subscription service offering, according to VGC.

As part of a document sent to Brazil’s Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE) to justify its proposed acquisition of Activision Blizzard, the company claimed that Sony actively attempts to “inhibit growth” of Game Pass by trying to prevent content from landing on Game Pass.

“Microsoft’s ability to continue expanding Game Pass has been obstructed by Sony’s desire to inhibit such growth,” the company said in the documents. “Sony pays for ‘blocking rights’ to prevent developers from adding content to Game Pass and other competing subscription services.”

Additionally, Microsoft called Sony’s concern regarding the potential that Call of Duty could become an exclusive Xbox title “incoherent”, pointing to Sony’s own exclusivity strategies related to Playstation.

“It only reveals, once again, a fear about an innovative business model that offers high-quality content at low costs to gamers, threatening a leadership that has been forged from a device-centric and exclusivity-focused strategy over the years,” Microsoft said.

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Sales Drop 15% in Square Enix Q1 Report

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Square Enix, the team behind the classic franchise Final Fantasy, has officially released their financial earnings for the three months ended June 30th, 2022, and numbers demonstrate a drop in sales.

Square Enix’s Digital Entertainment division is comprised of HD Game, MMO, and Mobile/PC browser sub segments as well.

In summary:

  • Net sales: $553 million, down 15.5% year-on-year
  • Profit: $136 million, up 45% year-on-year
  • Digital Entertainment net sales: $397 million, down 23% year-on-year
  • Amusement segment net sales: $89 million, up 27% year-over-year
  • The HD Games subsection generated $89 million, a decrease of 52.2% from the same period last year
  • Mobile/PC Browser games saw a 17% drop year-over-year, clocking $202 million
  • MMOs clocked $104 million, a 20.7% growth year-over-year

Square Enix attributed the decline of HD Games to the lack of game releases for the quarter, while also adding that its MMO Final Fantasy XIV continued to see an increase in its monthly subscribers.

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