Is Sakurai Coming Back to “Smash for Switch”?




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  1. I think you guys hit the nail on the head with this one; in one form or another Sakurai will be advising Smash for Switch’s development, even if that is only in an advisory role, and may be beginning to work on a new project that isn’t Smash related. I thought the note brought up about future potential for DLC was interesting; it’s hard to imagine another full year of new Smash content in the same vein as we got for the WiiU/3DS versions, and personally I would hope that ‘Smash Switch’ would remain the definitive version of the game without DLC, to justify paying full price for a game that the entire core audience has already paid for.

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