Isabelle Joins Smash Bros. Ultimate As Nintendo Teases New Animal Crossing

Isabelle Joins Smash Bros. Ultimate As Nintendo Teases New Animal Crossing

Isabelle Joins Smash Bros. Ultimate As Nintendo Teases New Animal Crossing

Since releasing Animal Crossing in 2001, Nintendo has started to capitalize on their entire backlog of classic games.

While many expected Isabelle to appear as a Smash Bros Ultimate Echo Fighter for Villager, it turns out she's a brand new fighter with her own unique move set.

Nintendo's about to launch its first ever paid online service, Nintendo Switch Online, for $20/year. Anyone who pays for a 12-month or family plan will also get some exclusive in-game gear for Splatoon 2 (Online Jersey and Online Squidkid V Shoes). Following rumors of its existence, this title further confirms Nintendo's plan to pretty much port over every quality Wii U title. The PC game first arrived on consoles past year, but this is the first time you'll be able to take your city, manages your resources, and keep your citizens happy on the go.

Nintendo is also introducing NES-style controllers that work wirelessly with the Nintendo Switch and are created to work with all the vintage NES games. However, they also announced that multiple Final Fantasy games on Nintendo Switch are coming, too.

Today, Nintendo has confirmed that the series is coming to the Switch in 2019. Usually, Nintendo saves your information on Cloud, but with the expiry of subscription you might end up losing it. Animal Crossing will in fact be getting a new title next year, though the exact date is yet to be revealed.

But the NES Controllers actually look like something I'd buy.

Offsetting some of this good news about Nintendo's fast-approaching online service, it was recently revealed that in order to play the included NES games offline, players will need to sign in to the online service once a week and check in. Nintendo is bringing unbelievable first parties to the Nintendo Switch. Our fingers are crossed that Nintendo Switch Online will include a system-level method of connecting players that will take the load off developers. Apparently we can add "play "Fortnite" online" to that list as well. Is this possibly some kind of remake of the original game? The teaser itself sees Tom Nook reference the addition of an Animal Crossing character to Super Smash Bros.

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