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The last Nintendo Direct gave us a closer look at Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and it revealed the crazy amount of stuff Nintendo is packing into the game, including even more new characters, over 900 pieces of music, and over 100 stages.

For the stages in particular, the Direct showed one image of a menu with screenshots of every stage. Now, GameXplain has taken on the herculean task of comparing each and every one of those stages to their Wii U counterparts.

The layouts of most of the stages remain the same, since, after all, these are the stages players want to see out of nostalgia. All, however, have gotten a significant graphical touchup, with better lighting, improved colors, and more detail. In some cases, small details in the background have been added or skyboxes changed, to add to the atmosphere of the stage.

With so many stages, the full video takes just over 10 minutes to watch. It can be see on the GameXplain channel or below.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate releases exclusively on the Nintendo Switch on December 7th.

Source: GameXplain on YouTube

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Madman compares every Smash Bros. Ultimate stage to its Wii U version

There are over 100 stages in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and this video lays them all out side-to-side.

By Emma Schaefer | 08/15/2018 02:00 PM PT

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The last Nintendo Direct gave us a closer look at Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and it revealed the crazy amount of stuff Nintendo is packing into the game, including even more new characters, over 900 pieces of music, and over 100 stages.

For the stages in particular, the Direct showed one image of a menu with screenshots of every stage. Now, GameXplain has taken on the herculean task of comparing each and every one of those stages to their Wii U counterparts.

The layouts of most of the stages remain the same, since, after all, these are the stages players want to see out of nostalgia. All, however, have gotten a significant graphical touchup, with better lighting, improved colors, and more detail. In some cases, small details in the background have been added or skyboxes changed, to add to the atmosphere of the stage.

With so many stages, the full video takes just over 10 minutes to watch. It can be see on the GameXplain channel or below.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate releases exclusively on the Nintendo Switch on December 7th.

Source: GameXplain on YouTube

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About Emma Schaefer

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Emma’s early gaming was mostly done in secret, as the only gamer in a family of normal people. She still retains skills from this dark period in her life, such as the ability to teleport instantly across the house away from the computer, and holds a gold medal in the Olympic sport of “Hide the Gameboy.” Sorry, Mom, now you know. Find her on Twitter @Emma4EGM