Videos: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate graphics comparison – Nintendo Switch vs. Wii U, 3DS, N64, Wii and GameCube

A total of at least 103 stages will be in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, but because the popular Battlefield and Omega forms can also be selected for each stage, more than 300 total stages are available right from the start. Each stage in the game will also support eight-player battles and feature the ability to turn off hazards. To watch comparison videos between the Nintendo Switch, Wii U, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo 64, Wii and Nintendo GameCube versions of all returning stages, check out the embedded videos below. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate launches exclusively for Nintendo Switch on December 7.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Graphics Comparison: Switch vs. Wii U (ALL RETURNING STAGES!)

There are a ton of stages returning in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate from Smash Bros. Wii U, but how much better do they look? Find out in our head-to-head comparison that pits every returning stage from Wii U against the Nintendo Switch version, including Pirate Ship, Bridge of Eldin, Pilotwings, Hyrule Castle, Dreamland, Peach’s Castle, Yoshi’s Island, Bridge of Eldin, and tons more, so you can see the upgrade for yourself!

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Graphics Comparison: Switch vs. 3DS (ALL RETURNING STAGES!)

There are a ton of stages returning in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate from Smash Bros. 3DS, but how much better do they look now? Find out in our head-to-head comparison that pits every returning stage from Smash 3DS against the Nintendo Switch version, including Peach’s Castle, Dreamland,Hyrule Castle,Kongo Jungle, Yoshi’s Island, Mushroomy Kingdom, Magicant, 3D Land, and tons more, so you can see the upgrade for yourself!

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Graphics Comparison: Switch vs. N64 (ALL RETURNING STAGES!)

There are a ton of stages returning in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate from Smash Bros. 64,, but how much better do they look now? Find out in our head-to-head comparison that pits every returning stage from Smash Bros on the Nintendo 64 against the Nintendo Switch version, including Peach’s Castle, Saffron City, Dream Land, Hyrule Castle, Kongo Jungle, Mushroomy Kingdom, and more, so you can see the upgrade for yourself!

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Graphics Comparison: Switch vs. Wii’s Brawl (ALL RETURNING STAGES!)

There are a ton of stages returning in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate from Smash Bros. Brawl on the Wii,, but how much better do they look now? Find out in our head-to-head comparison that pits every returning stage from Brawl against the Nintendo Switch version, including Delfino Plaza, Mushroomy Kingdom, Bridge of Eldin, Yoshi’s Island, Halberd, New Pork City, and tons more, so you can see the upgrade for yourself!

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Graphics Comparison: Switch vs. GameCube’s Melee (ALL RETURNING STAGES!)

There are plenty of stages returning in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate from Smash Bros. Melee on the GameCube, but how much better do they look now? Find out in our head-to-head comparison that pits every returning stage from Melee against the Nintendo Switch version, including Peach’s Castle, Venom, Rainbow Cruise, Great Bay, Jungle Japes, Fountain of Dreams, Big Blue and tons more, so you can see the upgrade for yourself!

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