The Ultimate Super Smash Bros Character Guide Mr Game and Watch

first_imgWho Are They?Mr. Game and Watch is the primordial retro gaming homunculus representing the Game and Watch, some of Nintendo’s oldest video game hardware. First appearing in 1980, he’s older than Mario. The single-game portable systems were created by the late Gunpei Yokoi, who later created the Game Boy. Some Game and Watch systems even experimented with two screens decades before the Nintendo DS.Smash HistoryMr. Game and Watch was the final secret character in Super Smash Bros. Melee and truly no one saw him coming. He’s a monochrome little sprite moving at single-digit frame rate animation. Some of the novelty had worn off when he reappeared in every Smash game since, but at that point his totally original moveset had made him an interesting fighter in his own right.What Looks New in Ultimate?Mr. Game and Watch has a lot of fresh aesthetic changes in Smash Ultimate, which seems weird for a character who originated from rigid LCD displays. Whenever he uses moves from specific games, his sprite changes to match that game. And aside from an unfortunate Native American stereotype that’s being removed, these sprite changes are all pretty stylish. Beyond that he also has some new moves like a bomb-based aerial attack and adjusted existing moves like reflecting physical projectiles with your oil bucket.Our Hopes?First off, we hope Mr. Game and Watch doesn’t have any more secret racist animations. But I guess that’s fitting given his old-timey cartoon nature. Also fitting is just how weird and awkward I’ve always found Mr. Game and Watch to be, not just his jerky movement but his attacks, too. I’m not hoping that changes. I’m hoping that I change and can suddenly appreciate it.Super Smash Bros. Ultimate releases Dec. 7 for Nintendo Switch. Until we can play more for ourselves, changes we talk about here are mostly speculation. For more thoughts check out our Smash hands-on as well as cool Switch games to play that aren’t Smash Bros., because those definitely exist.View as: One Page Slides1/761. Read Mario’s Guide2. Read Donkey Kong’s Guide3. Read Link’s Guide4. Read Samus’s Guide5. Read Dark Samus’s Guide6. Read Yoshi’s Guide7. Read Kirby’s Guide8. Read Fox’s Guide9. Read Pikachu’s Guide10. Read Luigi’s Guide11. Read Ness’s Guide12. Read Captain Falcon’s Guide13. Read Jigglypuff’s Guide14. Read Peach’s Guide15. Read Daisy’s Guide16. Read Bowser’s Guide17. Read Ice Climbers’ Guide18. Read Sheik’s Guide19. Read Zelda’s Guide20. Read Dr. Mario’s Guide21. Read Pichu’s Guide22. Read Falco’s Guide23. Read Marth’s Guide24. Read Lucina’s Guide25. Read Young Link’s Guide26. Read Ganondorf’s Guide27. Read Mewtwo’s Guide28. Read Roy’s Guide29. Read Chrom’s Guide30. Read Mr. Game and Watch’s Guide31. Read Meta Knight’s Guide32. Read Pit’s Guide33. Read Dark Pit’s Guide34. Read Zero Suit Samus’s Guide35. 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Read Hero’s Guide76. Read Banjo and Kazooie’s Guide Stay on target ‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’ Was Final Mission From Late Nintendo President‘Undertale’s’ Sans Is Basically a Brand New ‘Sma… center_img Mr. Game and Watch Gets Old-School!Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is huge. Not just in terms of hype and importance and sales potential, but just in terms of sheer stuff. The Nintendo Switch mascot fighter features over a hundred stages, nearly a thousand songs, and too many Pokemon and items and Assist Trophies to think of crammed onto a cartridge you can plan on the go or on a TV. When you have as many big franchises as Nintendo, putting them all in one game will make that game is very big boy indeed.But the biggest, most exciting thing about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is its mind-blowing, heartwarming roster of playable characters. Fighting games pride themselves not just on the strength of their mechanics but the strength of its fighters, especially in a crossover fighters like this. And Super Smash Bros. Ultimate crushes all rivals by including every single playable character from the across the four previous games in the twenty-year-old series. Include the new combatants and so far we have over 70 fighters to wrap our heads around. We’re excited, but we’re also intimidated. So to get ready for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, every day, character by character, we’re creating the ultimate guide to all of its characters. Today’s fighter: Mr. Game and Watch.last_img

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