Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Adds Donkey Kong’s King K. Rool To The Roster (VIDEO)
Not only do a few iconic faces from the Castlevania series get to grace the Nintendo big screen in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, a villainous Kremling has decidedly made himself welcome as well. Hailing from the vibrant and tropical universe of Donkey Kong, King K. Rool and fearless leader of the Kremling race joins the roster. The line-up of characters added to the latest Super Smash title is a diverse cast, that’s for sure! From Metroid’s Samus and Ridley to various others from the Fire Emblem series, and so much more.
Nintendo doesn’t aim to disappoint. To see King K. Rool in action, check out the Nintendo Direct below as marked for your viewing convenience:
Joining the already present Donkey Kong and friends, King K. Rool’s golden belly helps deflect attacks from oncoming attackers. His boxing gloves help him deal extra damage and that vibrant red cape adds to the cause. How? It looks good and hides a propeller that helps him from falling off the edge. Why destroy enemies when he can look good doing it too? Additionally, his crown acts as a short-ranged boomerang because physics. Other than that, King K. Rool is a melee character that packs a literal punch.
To see other characters added to the fight in today’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Nintendo Direct, check them all out here! What do you think of the array of characters added to the party? What are your favorite new additions? Let us know what you think in the comments section below or start a conversation on DFTG Facebook page. To stay up to date on gaming news as it happens, follow us on Twitter! Here’s some of our latest:
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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate arrives December 7th, 2018 exclusively for the Nintendo Switch.
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