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14 November 2017, 05:35 | Casey Mitchell
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A new Smash Bros. game could be in the works if new trademarks apparently from Nintendo of Japan are found to be legitimate, according to news site GoNintendo.
Besides two trademarks for Legend of Zelda, Nintendo files two image trademarks for amiibo, three standard character trademarks for Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp and Marika not to mention Pokemori exist somewhere in the mix. Nintendo went from hopeless to the hottest ticket in town when it launched the Switch console this past March, and the Switch continues to be the most sought-after video game console out there. In the list, there were games like The Legend of Zelda, Xenoblade Chronicles X and, obviously, Super Smash Bros.
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Even though the previous Super Smash Bros game came out at the tail end of the Wii U's run, there hasn't been any news that the game will be ported over to the Nintendo Switch.
Either way, whatever Nintendo has planned for Super Smash Bros, a new Super Smash Bros trademark still hopefully means that another new game is in the making. The trademark, however, only includes a Japanese logo, and does not reveal any specific information about the upcoming game. One suggested possibility is that it will be a "deluxe" version of the last entry in the series for the Nintendo Wii U, similar to what Nintendo did with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. To this, we add that the hybrid console already has support for GameCube controls, so it would be possible to play Super Smash Bros. without problems.
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