Nintendo has announced that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is getting an update to version 3.0 today, adding the ability to create and share custom stages. The first DLC fighter is also available today.
Nintendo's biggest crossover brawler ever is out today on the Switch, and the company announced the first DLC character for the title at The Game Awards last night. It's Joker from Persona 5.
When it comes to Japanese games, if they're not made by Nintendo, developers can have a pretty tough time appealing to the mass market; and Michael Pachter believes this trend will continue.