All Super Smash Bros. Ultimate represented games on Nintendo Switch

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Each time a new version is released, Super Smash Bros. offers more and more characters to battle with from different franchises. An under-rated benefit of the game is discovering different franchises that aren't just the main faces of Nintendo. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate on the Nintendo Switch is no exception, with a large amount of both the best games on Switch and some lesser-known games represented. Take a look at all the franchises you will see within the game and their latest title.

Animal Crossing

Isabelle Smash Bros Switch Screenshot

Isabelle Smash Bros Switch Screenshot (Image credit: Nintendo)

Only in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will you take someone out as an adorable Villager or the lovable dog Isabelle. If you need to retreat from all the battle and relax for a bit, Animal Crossing: New Horizons has a whole island waiting for you.


Min Min Smash Bros

Min Min Smash Bros (Image credit: Nintendo (screenshot))

Get a taste of what the ARMS fighters are like when you play Min Min in Super Smash Bros Ultimate. Her cute personality and those of the other fighters are shown so well in their origin game, ARMS. Test your skills in a different kind of fighting game and see who is your favorite.


Banjo Kazooie Smash

Banjo Kazooie Smash (Image credit: Nintendo)

Banjo-Kazooie were a later addition to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate but they showed up with a bang. Unfortunately this is their only appearance on the Switch. Their most recent title on a Nintendo Console is Banjo-Pilot for the Game Boy Advance. Since that has been so long ago your best bet for finding this title online would be eBay, if you're looking to break out your old Game Boy.



Bayonetta (Image credit: PlatinumGames)

This powerful, stylistic female is here to take names in both games. In addition to taking names in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Bayonetta 2 offers more fighting and more weapons for action lovers to enjoy.


Super Smash Bros Ultimate Simon Switch

Super Smash Bros Ultimate Simon Switch (Image credit: Nintendo (Screenshot))

Simon and Richter are not afraid of anything. They have taken on Dracula in many stories! This may be why they're such powerhouse fighters in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. With the Castlevania Anniversary Collection, you can follow the whole story directly from your Nintendo Switch.

Donkey Kong

Smash Bros Ultimate Donkey Kong Kirby Switch

Smash Bros Ultimate Donkey Kong Kirby Switch (Image credit: iMore)

Bring in the brawlers with the familiar faces of another Nintendo classic, Donkey Kong! Play as the ape himself Donkey Kong, his tiny but mighty counterpart Diddy Kong, or baddie King K. Rool. The Donkey Kong bunch have an adventure on their own, fighting off enemies throwing frosty blasts into the jungle. While King K. Rool isn't in the game, there are some new Kong characters to try.

Dragon Quest

Dragon Quest XI S Hero with sword

Dragon Quest XI S Hero with sword (Image credit: Nintendo)

The Dragon Quest Hero is used to traveling with a party, but he doesn't let that stop him in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. See what more he can do with a party in DRAGON QUEST XI S: Echoes of and Elusive Age.

Duck Hunt

Super Smash Bros Ultimate Duck Hunt Switch

Super Smash Bros Ultimate Duck Hunt Switch (Image credit: Nintendo (Screenshot))

From a classic game to a dog with complex moves, Duck Hunt is an original worth representing and it makes us very happy to see him in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Duck Hunt is not available on Switch right now, but was made available on the Wii U. If you still have your Wii U system, give this classic a try!


Super Smash Bros Ultimate Lucas Switch

Super Smash Bros Ultimate Lucas Switch (Image credit: Nintendo (Screenshot))

Two cute characters, Ness and Lucas, can pack some of the biggest punches in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate! These two come from the EarthBound game. While this doesn't have anything available on Switch, if you still have your 3DS you're in luck!

Alex Huebner

Alex has been working with iMore as a Freelance Gaming Writer for three years. You can also find a few articles of hers on Android Central and Windows Central. She regularly covers Nintendo Switch games and accessories as well as iOS game apps. In addition to the Nintendo Switch, you may also find her playing on the PlayStation and PC. When she doesn’t have a controller in hand she likes to spend her time with her husband, son, and dogs, exploring new places, or hiding away with a book (or comic book). A few of her favorite games include the Zelda franchise, Little Nightmares, and Animal Crossing.