Masahiro Sakurai Super Smash Bros Ultimate Stages Detail
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Masahiro Sakurai Shows Off Super Smash Bros Ultimate Stage Details

Masahiro Sakurai shared detailed footage of many stages from Super Smash Bros Ultimate. The latest video on his YouTube channel Masahiro Sakurai on Creating Games celebrates the work of the Super Smash Bros Ultimate stage team.

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In a fifteen-minute video, Sakurai gave a quick introduction before jumping into the stage presentation. Each stage appeared via a flyover, zooming in on specific details. Sakurai provided no commentary during any of this, preferring to let the work of the stage team speak for itself.

The video doesn’t show every stage from Super Smash Bros Ultimate, instead focusing on a representative sample. We get to see close-ups of background characters on stages such as Great Bay, New Donk City Hall, Dracula’s Castle, and Moray Towers. We see the full structure of detailed stages such as Delfino Plaza, Skyloft and Yggdrasil’s Altar. We get to follow the plane from the Pilotwings stage. We can see how far back the King of Fighters stage stretches. Plus a lot more in the full video.

It’s not the first time that Sakurai talked about Super Smash Bros Ultimate on his channel. He previously discussed subjects such as Kazuya’s unusual Roundhouse to Triple Spin Kicks animation and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on development.

Super Smash Bros Ultimate is available for the Nintendo Switch.

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