Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Limited Edition comes with a GameCube controller

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Returns with Castlevania's Simon Belmont and Way More Info

Ultimate Direct, and, as you would expect, it was jam-packed with exciting info, including the reveal of two debuting characters, as well as new "Echo Fighters", Assist Trophies, stages, modes, and more!

We don't know how much this limited edition of Smash Ultimate will be, but if it's less than $110, it's a deal. The vampire hunter could be seen sporting his classic look/attire while he fended off demons and rival Smash characters.

His main weapon comes in the form of his signature chained whip, which retains its properties from the classic NES Castlevania entries.

Meanwhile, "Monster Hunter's" fearsome Rathalos will be joining the game as a series-first boss and Assist Trophy. Well, purists will be in luck when Super Smash Bros.

In a tweet, Nintendo said that a limited edition of the game will be available, which includes one GameCube controller along with an adapter to use it on the Switch. The big lizard sports his regal attire and is also capable of donning his pirate captain costume. King K. Rool showed up as a surprise announcement at the end of the Direct presentation, so Sakurai didn't get into any gameplay details for him. King K. Rool looks to be a powerhouse on par with King DeDeDe. A couple other echo fighters were revealed as well.

If you miss the days of sitting around your living room TV to beat up your friends in Super Smash Bros. We also got a glimpse at the fresh New Donk City Hall stage, which features Mayor Pauline performing "Jump Up, Super Star!" in the background. It enables players to select two different stages and move from one to the next mid-fight. Though if you do want some a brand new feature was revealed: Stage Morph! Counting game music tracks and other music, like in-game menus and other short musical passages, there are approximately 900 compositions - that's more than 28 hours of video game music! We haven't had one of those since The Subspace Emissary in Super Smash Bros. The Direct also showed a glimpse of the Tourney Mode in Ultimate, which supports up to 32 players and can mix-and-match players in with CPU opponents. And since Nintendo Switch can be played anywhere, these tournaments can even take place in unexpected places! Ultimate's Training mode will come with a grid overlay, allowing you to easily determine ranges on abilities. The stage is going completely over-the-top with 34 music tracks, from across the Castlevania series.

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