The Ultimate Super Smash Bros Character Guide Bowser Jr

first_img ‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’ Was Final Mission From Late Nintendo President‘Undertale’s’ Sans Is Basically a Brand New ‘Sma… Bowser Jr. Clowns The Competition!Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is huge. Not just in terms of hype and importance and sales potential, but just in terms of sheer stuff. The Nintendo Switch mascot fighter features over a hundred stages, nearly a thousand songs, and too many Pokemon and items and Assist Trophies to think of crammed onto a cartridge you can plan on the go or on a TV. When you have as many big franchises as Nintendo, putting them all in one game will make that game is very big boy indeed.But the biggest, most exciting thing about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is its mind-blowing, heartwarming roster of playable characters. Fighting games pride themselves not just on the strength of their mechanics but the strength of its fighters, especially in a crossover fighters like this. And Super Smash Bros. Ultimate crushes all rivals by including every single playable character from the across the four previous games in the twenty-year-old series. Include the new combatants and so far we have over 70 fighters to wrap our heads around. We’re excited, but we’re also intimidated. So to get ready for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, every day, character by character, we’re creating the ultimate guide to all of its characters. Today’s fighter: Bowser Jr. Who Are They?Bowser Jr. is (presumably) Bowser’s son. I mean, he does look just like Bowser’s baby form. However, while Bowser Jr., may be Bowser’s sole legitimate heir (making his debut as the evil Shadow Mario in doppelganger in Super Mario Sunshine) he isn’t the only playable Koopa. Bowser Jr.’s seven alternate costumes are the seven Koopa Kids who have been terrorizing Mario since Super Mario Bros. 3: Morton, Wendy, Lemmy Ludwig, Roy, Iggy, and Larry.Smash HistoryBowser Jr. first appeared in Smash Wii U/3DS and although he was a secret character in the 3DS version he didn’t get a snazzy CGI trailer until the weeks-long gap between the release of that game and the Wii U version. The different Koopaling outfits especially showed off the Wii U version’s even more chaotic eight-player battles.What Looks New in Ultimate?Bowser Jr. relies on lots of wacky gimmicks Bowser has used over the years, from cannon balls to Mecha-Koopa exploding drones to the protective Koopa Clown Car itself he rides in and transforms into a wheeled Mario Kart-esque form. However, many of these tricks are easily dealt with, making Bowser Jr. arguably worse in Ultimate than before, and he was never a great character. Still, it’s hard to complain too much when you can whack enemies with a giant tongue and one of your best attacks involves bailing on your exploding hovercraft to bash somebody with a hammer.Our Hopes?Right now Bowser Jr. sticks out as a notably poor character in a game that otherwise has an impressively balanced roster. So we hope they make him better. It’s like the opposite of Mario Tennis Aces where Bowser Jr. was an overpowered character in need of nerfs. With his awesome Koopaling alt costumes, improving Bowser Jr. would be like improving eight characters for the price of one. We need not one but two strong Roys in this game.Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is available now. Read our review of this majestic video game pageant. And for more check out cool Switch games to play that aren’t Smash Bros., because those definitely exist.View as: One Page Slides1/761. Read Mario’s Guide2. Read Donkey Kong’s Guide3. Read Link’s Guide4. Read Samus’s Guide5. Read Dark Samus’s Guide6. 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