Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Has 59 Assist Trophies: Here’s All Of Them In A List

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This week’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Direct saw the mascot brawler’s director Masahiro Sakurai reveal that the game has 59 assist trophies.

These are based on recognisable gaming characters, and, once summoned, will assist a player with either an offensive or defensive power.

Those that were shown for the first time this week include Guile from the Street Fighter series, Isaac from the Golden Sun series, the Fly Swatter from Mario Paint, Spring Man from ARMS, Vince from the Art Academy series and Yuri Kozukata from Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will release exclusively for Nintendo Switch worldwide on December 7th.

List of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Assist Trophies

  1. Akira (Virtua Fighter series)
  2. Alucard (Castlevania: Symphony of the Night)
  3. Andross (Star Fox series)
  4. Arcade Bunny (Nintendo Badge Arcade)
  5. Ashley (WarioWare series)
  6. Black Knight (Fire Emblem series)
  7. Bomberman (Bomberman series)
  8. Burrowing Snagret (Pikmin series)
  9. Chain Chomp (Super Mario series)
  10. Chef Kawasaki (Kirby series)
  11. Color TV-Game 15
  12. Devil (Devil World)
  13. Dillon (Dillon’s Rolling Western)
  14. Dr. Kawashima (Brain Training series)
  15. Dr. Wright (SimCity)
  16. Flies and Hand (Mario Paint)
  17. Ghirahim (The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword)
  18. Ghosts (PAC-MAN series)
  19. Gray Fox (Metal Gear Solid series)
  20. Guile (Street Fighter series)
  21. Hammer Bro (Super Mario series)
  22. Isaac (Golden Sun series)
  23. Jeff (Mother series)
  24. Kapp’n (Animal Crossing series)
  25. KlapTrap (Donkey Kong Country series)
  26. Knuckle Joe (Kirby series)
  27. Knuckles (Sonic the Hedgehog series)
  28. Krystal (Star Fox series)
  29. Lyn (Fire Emblem series)
  30. Metroid (Metroid series)
  31. Midna (The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess)
  32. Moon (The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask)
  33. Mother Brain (Metroid series)
  34. Nightmare (Kirby series)
  35. Nikki (SwapNote)
  36. nintendog (nintendogs series)
  37. Phosphora (Kid Icarus Uprising)
  38. Prince of Sablé (For the Frog the Bell Tolls)
  39. Rathalos (Monster Hunter series)
  40. Riki (Xenoblade Chronicles)
  41. Rodin (Bayonetta series)
  42. Samurai Goroh (F-Zero series)
  43. Shadow (Sonic the Hedgehog series)
  44. Sheriff (Sheriff)
  45. Shovel Knight (Shovel Knight)
  46. Skull Kid (The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask)
  47. Spring Man (ARMS)
  48. Squid Sisters (Splatoon series)
  49. Starfy (Starfy series)
  50. Starman (Mother series)
  51. Sukapon (Joy Mecha Fight)
  52. Takamaru (The Mysterious Murasame Castle)
  53. Thwomp (Super Mario series)
  54. Tiki (Fire Emblem series)
  55. Vince (Art Academy series)
  56. Waluigi (Super Mario series)
  57. Wily Capsule (Mega Man series)
  58. Yuri Kozukata (Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water)
  59. Zero (Mega Man X series)
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After starting out with a Yellow Game Boy and a copy of Donkey Kong Land, Alex once hid in his room to play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time one Christmas. Now he shares his thoughts on Nintendo Insider, keeping track of everything to do with Nintendo.

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