Smash Bros. Ultimate's Min Min stage DLC includes a logo mistake

Sorry to spring this on you

Min Min joined Smash Bros. Ultimate last week, bringing the Spring Stadium stage with her. The stage pays tribute to the ARMS roster by showcasing character art and logos for the lineup in the background. That's where an ARMS superfan has spotted a slight mistake.

SuperNintendGuy hopped on Nintendo to spread the word about the logo issue. It turns out that Spring Man's appearance on the background billboard is accompanied by the wrong logo. Instead of Spring Man's logo, the Springtron logo is used instead. A minor mistake to be sure, but still surprising seeing Sakurai's keen eye for finer details. Without a doubt, this mistake will be patched in a future update.

Can giant Min Min stretch across every stage in Smash Bros. Ultimate?

Reach for it!

Min Min arms have a longer range than any other character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate...but what if we amplified that? Is it possible for a Dynamaxed Min Min to cover the distance of EVERY single stage?

Nintendo releases a statement concerning stories of abuse within the Smash Bros. community

In recent days, a wave of information has come out about the Smash Bros. community. Unfortunately, it appears that multiple people within that community have been engaging in multiple forms of abuse, and some prominent players have been named in the allegations. While Nintendo has nothing to do with the horrible things going on in the community, they have still provided a comment on the matter. You can read a statement the company provided to IGN below.

"At Nintendo, we are deeply disturbed by the allegations raised against certain members of the competitive gaming community. They are absolutely impermissible. We want to make it clear that we condemn all acts of violence, harassment, and exploitation against anyone and that we stand with the victims."

IGN Video - 9 Minutes of Min Min Online Gameplay in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

We stretch out our arms and put Min Min to the test in some online matches of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Here's 9 minutes of gameplay from the latest DLC character, Min Min.

Smash Bros. Ultimate 'Armed for the Victory' tournament kicks off July 3rd, 2020

Armed and dangerous

Nintendo has shared news on the next Smash Bros. Ultimate tournament. The theme for the next tournament is 'Armed for the Victory,' which includes fighters who are proud of their arms and fists. The tournament starts on July 3rd, 2020 and will run for three days.

Seeing how far Min Min can reach in Smash Bros. Ultimate

It's a stretch

Is Min Min now the fighter the longest range fighter? Join us as we compare a selection of her moves (including her grab) with the previous record holders to see just how she stacks up!

Nintendo releases special artwork to celebrate Min Min's arrival in Smash Bros. Ultimate

Min Min fits in

Min Min was added to Smash Bros. last night, and fans all over the world have been enjoying the stretchy-armed competitor. To celebrate her arrival in the game, Nintendo has released the special artwork you see above. Looks like Min Min is more than ready to hang with the Smash Bros. gang!

Smash Bros. Ultimate 'Version 8.0.0' gameplay round-up (Min Min, Mii Fighter costumes, and more)

Version 8.0.0 of Smash Bros. Ultimate is now live, which means Min Min and a host of new content is now available. We'll be adding gameplay videos for all the footage below!

Smash Bros. Ultimate updated to Version 8.0.0

Min Min has arrived

The next big Smash Bros. Ultimate update is here! Min Min has joined the roster, along with a host of other content. Get the full details on content included in this update below. You can also check out the nitty-gritty details through the patch notes here.

Min Min, a member of ramen royalty from the Nintendo Switch fighting game ARMS, brings her own brand of bounce and bravado to the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate game! The Spring Stadium stage and 18 music tracks from the ARMS game are available as well.

Min Min is the 81st video game character included as a playable fighter in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, with a roster representing one of the largest crossovers of video game characters in history. From her humble beginnings as a ramen-loving employee at the Mintendo Noodle House, to her knockout performance as a champion contender in the ARMS Grand Prix, it’s no stretch to say Min Min has made a huge name for herself. As a one-of-a-kind fighter, it’s only natural for Min Min’s fighting style in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate to be equally unique. Each of her extendable ARMS – the Ramram, the Megawatt and her laser-firing Dragon ARM – can be controlled individually and used to access a diverse range of tools.

Min Min’s accompanying stage, Spring Stadium, features a variety of interactive elements ARMS players will instantly recognize, including the ability to damage opponents when making contact with them after using a jumping platform. Foes will also bounce off the striking ceiling arches when they’re launched. The adorable ARMS drones will also make an appearance to deliver items that aid in battle, but make sure to approach them with caution when freeing boxes to claim their rewards!

In addition to this new fighter update, new Mii Fighter costumes, including Ninjara from ARMS, Heihachi, Callie & Marie from the Splatoon series and Vault Boy, will also be available as separate purchases.

Patch Notes


You can now begin a spirit battle rematch at any time via Spirits → Collection → Inventory → Spirit List → Fight. The score will also be recorded.

The following spirits will appear in the Shop on the Vault menu:

Master Mummy
Byte & Barq
Kid Cobra
Max Brass


The following downloadable content will be usable after purchase:

Min Min Challenger Pack Ninjara Wig + Outfit Callie Wig + Outfit Marie Wig + Outfit Vault Boy Mask + Vault 111 Jumpsuit Heihachi Wig + Outfit

You cannot make videos of replays that contain DLC you have not purchased (fighters, stages, music, Mii Fighter costumes, etc.).

Game balance adjustments have been made. Please see the details of fixes and changes to fighters.

Several issues have been fixed to improve gameplay experience.

Smash Bros. Ultimate 'Min Min' screens and more

Got a Minute?

As you all know, Min Min is the next fighter to make their way to Smash Bros. Ultimate. While we wait for her to join the game with the Version 8.0 update, we can check out some more screens of her, along with her stage, and the next round of Mii Fighters costumes. Check out the galleries here and here for more content.


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