After nearly 20 years of being requested, it would appear that King K. Rool and Simon Belmont will finally make their Super Smash Bros. Ultimate debut.
Now that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has been officially announced by Nintendo at E3, we’re seeing new Amiibos that are making their way on the news thanks to Nintendo’s Treehouse Live E3 event.
We all know that the Nintendo Switch will be getting a new Super Smash Bros. video game later this year, but the hype is real now that Xbox is willing to let the famous Banjo & Kazooie from the original Nintendo games into the mix.