Hilarious ‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’ Live-Action Stunt Video Is The Best Thing Ever (VIDEO)
The debut of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has many enthralled to take part in the game’s fast-paced battles, and with so many fighters to choose from, there ought to be plenty of fist-flying to go around for the foreseeable future. YouTube filmmaker Micah Moore has now taken the big-time brawling associated with Smash and adapted it for new live-action video.
Assembling a group of high-flying stuntmen, the likes of Mario, Link from The Legend of Zelda, Captain Falcon, and Ness from Earthbound receive an action-packed makeover, all of which 100% look the part thanks to some spot-on cosplay. Featured in the video below, the four portray each character’s various abilities with stunning fight choreography and an array of Smash-accurate special effects. The inclusion of the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate theme overtop all the fireballs and Falcon-Punching is arguably the icing on the cake.
The hype of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is currently in full effect, with many of the series’ fans either battling amongst each other in multiplayer or grinding through World of Light mode to unlock all 70+ launch fighters. Of course, these are only the starters, as Nintendo has quite a few more characters to bring into the fold such as Joker From Persona 5, Super Mario’s Piranha Plant, and a slate of many more playable fighters to come.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is out now exclusively for Nintendo Switch.
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