Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s Final Week Covers Yoshi, Bayonetta, And Roy

By Alistair Wong . December 5, 2018 . 5:00pm

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The final week of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s Super Smash Blog is upon us, and the few final fighters to get an introduction are Yoshi, Bayonetta, and Roy. We also got introduced to the Flies & Hand and Tiki Assist Trophies, and fittingly, the arrangement this week is from the Smash series itself, being “How to Play” from Super Smash Bros. Melee.

 

#05 Yoshi

 

Yoshi is all about egg-related moves, like throwing eggs, swallowing opponents and turning them into eggs, or turning into an egg and charging toward an opponent. With a high jump, recovery is a piece of cake for Yoshi! And for his Final Smash, a Yoshi army stampedes through the stage.

 

#63 Bayonetta

 

An Umbra Witch who equips guns on her arms and legs, Bayonetta has mastered the beautiful but brutal Bullet Arts fighting style. She can even slow down her opponents with Witch Time!

 

#25 Roy

 

Get up close and personal for major damage! Unlike Marth, Roy’s attacks are more powerful the closer you get to the base of his blade. For his Final Smash, his sword bursts into flame and sends anyone caught in the blast flying.

 

Flies & Hand – New Assist Trophy

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Flies buzz around the stage, and a hand holding a fly swatter goes around swatting up a storm. Getting caught in the swat-storm will cause severe damage, so think like a fly and run away!

 

Tiki – New Assist Trophy

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Tiki is a Manakete, a race of dragonkin. While she usually stays in human form, she can transform into a fire-breathing dragon using the power of a Dragonstone. She doesn’t look it, but Tiki is actually over 1,000 years old.

 

Midgar – Returning Stage

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Grab the Summon Materia to call forth powerful beings. If a Summon knocks out a fighter, the point is awarded to whoever grabbed the Summon Materia, so make sure it’s you!

 

How to Play – New Arrangement

 

You can now listen to “How to Play.” This original track from Melee has a fresh update. Enjoy this arrangement by Motoi Sakuraba as you wait for the game launch in just two days!

 

Arrangement supervisor: Motoi Sakuraba (known for work on Tales of series, Baten Kaitos series, Golden Sun series, Star Ocean series, and Mario Sports games)

 

Here’s a link to the other remixes and arrangements, and other character features so far:

Vega Stage, Bomb Rush Blush, Brinstar Depths – here

Noisy Notebook – here

City Trial – here

Mega Man 4 Medley – here

Snake Eaterhere

F-Zero Medley – here

Galaga Medley – here

Bloody Tears / Monster Dance – here

Gangplank Galleon – here

Gear Up For… – here

Yoshi’s New Island Main Theme – here

Fortress Boss – here

Pikmin Main Theme – here

Happy Home Designer Title Themehere

Battle! (Steven)here

Afternoon on the Islandhere

Id (Purpose) – here

Flash Man Stage, Main Menu short loop – here

Lost Paintinghere

Lifelight, Battle (Wild Pokémon)here

Guile Stage, Main Menu final version, Splattack!here

Seaskape – here

King Bowser – here

Nintendo Switch Presentation 2017 Trailer BGMhere

 

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will launch on the Nintendo Switch on December 7, 2018.


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