Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Summary: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate lives up to its "ultimate" name, successfully exceeding player expectations with an expansive roster, dozens of stages, and a fun single-player mode.
Top Critic Average
A chaos of details and features come together for one of the Switch's most generous - and exhilarating - games.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is Smash Bros. done right, and done bigger than ever before.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate takes characters we've played for decades and remasters them into a robust, fantastically enjoyable package
Easily the best Smash Bros. ever made, with a fantastic new story campaign and a near infinite range of characters and options for multiplayer.
A wealth of tweaks and new additions like the World of Light campaign help to keep Ultimate from feeling like a greatest-hits retread
Ultimate is a comprehensive, considered, and charming package that refines and builds on Smash's already strong and enduring fighting system.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s gameplay is so snappy and fluid, its characters so rewarding in their variety, that it feels destined to dominate living rooms once again.
It’s difficult to imagine the type of gamer for whom Smash Ultimate has no appeal. This is a big game, and with the fat skimmed off, a remarkable one. Its core attraction—fighting on a platform—is as polished and brilliant and sharp as ever, its fighters the most unique and deep.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate feels like a mic drop for the series. It packs in almost every conceivable character and stage, plus a sizable single-player mode. Spirits don't quite land, but the battles feel better than ever. It feels like Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will be a Switch party staple for a long time to come.